Adjacent to Yangon’s People's Park, this contemporary hotel is close to the priceless wares in the National Museum, the magnificent jewel-encrusted Buddha in the Chaukhtatgyi pagoda and the kaleidoscope of sunset colour in the world-renowned Shwedagon pagoda. Following a rewarding day of exploring, an air-conditioned room awaits as does a refreshing splash in the outdoor pool. Guests can choose to dine onsite at the Asian restaurant or head downtown to seek out a traditional Mohinga noodle dish in one of the local eateries.
Why we recommend the Summit Parkview Hotel
- Modern hotel next to Yangon People’s Park
- Close to major cultural sites and attractions
- Contemporary air-conditioned rooms
- Restaurant serving Asian cuisine
- Outdoor swimming pool
Attractions near the Summit Parkview Hotel
Feast on local flavours
Yangon is a vibrant city like no other, and the food is equally as enticing. From the busy streets of the Chinatown market to the strip of outdoor bars along 19th Street, you’re sure to find something to tempt your tastebuds in the city.
Minn Lan Rakhine Seafood Restaurant serves up the day's freshest catch, or a Western-style steakhouse meal can be enjoyed at Onyx Restaurant. Shwe Sa Bwe Restaurant on the shores of Lake Inya is an excellent spot for authentic French fare, and for an after-dinner drink, savour a frosty Myanmar brew at one of the many local beer stations, Yangon’s answer to pubs, located on almost every corner.
Explore Yangon’s golden destination
The Shwedagon Paya Pagoda, situated just one block away from your hotel, is one of the most spectacular sites to see in Yangon. Take a leisurely stroll to this iconic building and soak up its reverent atmosphere and architectural beauty. Covered in gold, the temple shines brightly during the day, then as the sun sets, it turns deep orange and then red. The best location to view the sunset is from the eastern side of nearby Kandawgyi Lake.
As the most sacred of all Buddhist temples in Myanmar, Shwedagon Paya has been in this location for some 2,500 years. Due to common earthquakes in the region, the temple has been destroyed and rebuilt; the current structure dating back to 1769.
|Laundry service||Wheel chair access in hotel|
|Concierge||Gift shop or boutique|
|Baby sitting||Swimming pool|
|Recreation game room||Health club or gym|
|Minibar (some rooms)||Air conditioning|
|Television||Microwave (some rooms)|
|Cable TV||Room service|
|Telephone||Tea and coffee making facilities|
|Internet cable fee||Kitchenette|