The Inle Princess Resort sits nestled beneath Blue Mountain, offering a serene refuge to unwind in and modern comforts alongside Burmese culture and tradition.
The Inle Princess Resort offers locally constructed and sustainably-sourced traditional pyinkado, teak and bamboo-thatched houses with bespoke furnishings and leafy verandahs, and an array of modern amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. The on-site restaurant features freshly prepared dishes made from locally produced as well as home-grown ingredients. Guests can explore the lake on boat trips or by canoe, go for leisurely walks, saddle up a bike for a ride, enjoy the views from the sunset terrace, unwind a the on-site spa, have a splash in the pool or bird watch from their spacious private decks.
On the shore beside the lawned garden are two traditional teak frame Princess Houses, featuring all the comfort Inle Princess has to offer. The houses feature large plant-filled private verandas to watch sunset above the rustling reeds and lake wildlife and a bespoke furnished interior.
Set back among natural pools of lily-pads and mature tropical gardens, the spacious Garden Houses share the stillness and peace of nature. The houses feature traditional Burmese artisanal architecture, artisanal creations, rain showers, baths clay ovens, a private expansive wooden deck and binoculars to view the wildlife.
Each individually built by local artisans and finely decorated with Shan paper lanterns, artwork and Inthar weaving. Lake House gives guests the opportunity to see the lake from their private deck and birds in the peaceful Lotus flower filled inlet, shower outdoors beneath the Blue Mountains and warm up by the clay oven in the cooler months in the exclusive traditional pyinkado and palm thatch Lake House.