This landmark property is operated by a well-known international brand and is probably the best and the most expensive hotel in Yangon. This gem is an intimate, colonial-styled hotel that was restored to its original glory in the 1990s. Staying true to this mission, there is no swimming pool or fitness center. That said, the furnishings and teakwood floors are fantastic. Something else you won't find here is a front desk, as guests who arrive are taken directly to their rooms. Each guest has a private butler who waits outside the door just down the hallway. Rooms are beautiful and are also spacious with large walk-in closets. The Strand Hotel is indeed an excellent place of stay.
Classic Afternoon Tea
Offering selection of homemade Pastries, strand signature scones, Tea sandwiches as Classic afternoon tea from 02:30pm to 05:00pm.
Myanmar Traditional Afternoon Tea
Myanmar High Tea includes tasty dishes from various regions of country with full of condiments, from sweet, sour to savory with Shan Tea which provides you the smell of liquorice or jujube's sweet candy with astringent taste from 02:30pm to 05:00pm.
The Strand Cafe
The Strand cafs large, teak-formed windows look out onto scenic Strand Road- the perfect vantage point from which to observe daily life in the City .Tile floors inlaid with teak, dining chairs of sturdy egg-cane rattan and black-lacquered ceiling fans give the meandering room, with all its intimate spaces, an air of timelessness, Breakfast, Lunch, afternoon tea and dinner are served daily, with the menu featuring both western and Burmese cuisine.
The Strand Grill
Unquestionably one of Yangons most elegant dinning rooms, The Strand Grill is dressed with large black- lacquered prints from Bagan. With a vaulted ceiling, a skylight and exquisite chandeliers throughout, the dining rooms ambience exudes the grandeur of the 1902 s and 30s.Gentle classical guitar music completes its refined mood. Open for dinner only (and lunch on request).