Surrounded by natural beauty, the Inle Princess Resort is enhanced by incredible wildlife and vistas. Set beneath the Blue Mountains, the shimmering lake is home to stilted villages and spectacular temple islands, and you can watch as local tribal fishermen row across the water. The hotel employs local staff where possible and helps to preserve its environment with a range of conservation practices.
Choose from rooms right at the water’s edge, in the depths of the lush gardens or on stilts over the lake itself. Interiors reflect the local region with traditional Burmese weavings, artwork and lanterns. En suite bathrooms are equipped with designer baths and rain showers. In the cooler months, log fires and clay ovens will offer a cosy warmth.
At this unique accommodation, you’ll have the chance to meet with the chefs and bartenders to learn about how the local specialities are prepared. Vegetables are grown on site, wild herbs are foraged locally, and produce is sourced from the lakeside markets; Inle Lake truly makes the most of its environment.
Dine on traditional meals on the idyllic decking, or underneath twinkling lanterns in the restaurant. Choose a regional tipple or international fine wine from the cave cellar, or sample a cocktail made using innovative local ingredients. Ask one of our tailor-made specialists about wine tasting courses and cookery lessons to learn how to recreate these specialities at home. Discover ultimate relaxation on spa island, with stilted treatment rooms adding to the luxurious ambience.