Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
Room service [24-hour]
|Value for money||6.5|
"Location was good except for the dogs that barked on the main road at night and the announcements/chanting that started at 5am."
February 2, 2017
February 15, 2016
"Everything was great about this hotel."
February 2, 2017
Designed for both business and leisure travel, Honey Pine Hotel is ideally situated in Kalaw; one of the city's most popular locales. The hotel is not too far from the city center: just away, and it normally takes about 120 minutes to reach the airport. For those of you who want to venture out, Kalaw Market, Palaung Village, Elephat Camps are just some of the attractions available to visitors.
Honey Pine Hotel offers impeccable service and all the essential amenities to invigorate travelers. To name a few of the hotel's facilities, there are 24-hour room service, free Wi-Fi in all rooms, facilities for disabled guests, Wi-Fi in public areas, car park.
Step into one of 24 inviting rooms and escape the stresses of the day with a wide range of amenities such as television LCD/plasma screen, free welcome drink, slippers, towels, internet access – wireless (complimentary) which can be found in some rooms. Besides, the hotel's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. With an ideal location and facilities to match, Honey Pine Hotel hits the spot in many ways.
"Nice staff, good breakfast."
December 21, 2016
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
All children are welcome.
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Children 0-10 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding.
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 11 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
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The only problem is poor wifi connection
No room in the inn.”
They gave away our room for New Years eve . They were full. We had changed reservation from two to one night so second night was sold. Bad news after a long bus trip from Yangon!
Clean friendly Chinese type hotel”
You have to shop around for a room.but we have a great one on the fourth floor. I would negotiate price if you are here a while. It would be great if they had better coffee though Poe Poe bakery is a block a way.
Did not like it one bit”
The best thing about this hotel was the location from the bus stop. The room was small and noisy. The towels and shower did not seem clean. The breakfast was terrible. The cups in the room were not clean. I really don't have anything good to say about this hotel. It was also way over priced and the details on the Agoda website do not match the room I ended up with. I would not return to this hotel.
Receptionist warm hotel cold”
If location is your only criterion for selection hen this hotel will serve. If you wish to access the double bed from both sides, be warm, watch TV in English without arguing with the night staff, have your egg served as you wish, be provided with a teaspoon and communicate with waiting staff (apparently untrained teenagers) then Give it a miss. Female hotel receptionist spoke English was warm and friendly.
Did not stay the night”
Generally you get a decent room for USD 25 in Myanmar, not a charming one but a clean one. This was unfortunately not the case this time. Apart from the room being far from inviting, it was also the first one right next to the reception desk and entrance. The room itself smelled of cold smoke, which was in the carpet and curtains (I hadn't realized that the rooms came with carpets or I wouldn't have booked) and the bed linnen was dirty, both with old, permanent stains but also with some that looked fresh. The pillows smelled freshly laundered but the sheets looked and smelled not fresh. When I explained my objections and asked if there was another room, they said "no" there wasn't. And that's when I started to feel a little annoyed, having not seen or heard any other guests, but okay, maybe it was true. I asked for fresh linen, which they were willing to give me, when I suddenly thought that I'd rather not stay the night even though I had paid in advance. I decided to relocate to another hotel that I had checked out earlier in the day for the following night. When I apologized to the staff and said that I'd leave, they suddenly "found" another room key. It's not as if they were unfriendly or anything but they were also not too keen to take this seriously right from the beginning. So I left and had a great stay in a hotel down the road.
comfortable well located hotel with a roof terrace”
5mins walk to the market and some lical bars and restaurants. plenty of trekking companies nearby or the hotel does offer a setvice if you are feeling lazy or are short on time. Great roof terrace wigh huge potential for sunset - great views of the small town and nice clean airy rooms.
clean, nothing special ”
Staff was friendly. Rooms relatively basic but clean. We had a room with no view (looking on a wall).
Everything was great about this hotel. Location was good except for the dogs that barked on the main road at night and the announcements/chanting that started at 5am.
Good sized room but cold”
Like most travellers, we intended to stay here one night while we arranged a hike to Inle lake. Knowing that we would arrive 5am I asked if an early check in would be available but didn't receive a response. When we did arrive we had to wake the staff who told us that the room we had book hadn't been cleaned and so we would have to pay for another room. As we were tired we paid for an additional night. The room was spacious but very cold with no form of heating. Breakfast was basic but did the job and serving staff were friendly. Quite an expensive hotel for very little comfort.
I booked superior for 2 nights, they gave us standard room for the first night, saying they were full. It was ok, a bit overcharged.
A pleasant choice at Kalaw to start your trekking”
Spacious room with large pine wood beds, bathroom large with hot water. Water pressure for WC low. Mattress just ok. Breakfast is very limited. Toast with two eggs, jam or fried rice. A glass of juice, a cup of coffee or tea and a plate of papaya fruit. All in all: pleasant
Good place to stay”
We appreciated the early check-in getting off the bus from Yangon at 4AM. 100m from where the bus dropped us. Nice staff, good breakfast. A bit cold at night in the room, which was on some kind of subsoil.
Spent a night here before our trek to Inle Lake. We had a strange ant problem but it didnt concern us too much since it was just one night. Facilities were fine, bathroom was spacious. Breakfast included and was suitable. Location is just a couple of blocks away from the market. Staff's English is limited.
Room at cellar level , information about activities not good ( offre us a trecking at 75 USD , we round the same at 32 USD !)
Good location. Hotel nere bus staion and nere market
A rustic stay in a rustic town”
Kalaw's a little town that serves as the base for treks, and Honey Pine is a nice place to stay while you're there. The wood paneling has the right feel for the place. It's nothing special, but it's clean and decent and located in the heart of town. There was an odd smell from the bathroom, but I asked at the front desk and they fixed it. They also provided extra blankets, a necessity during the cold snap when I was there.
Outdated but clean”
We only stayed here for one night as a stopover before our train to Hsipaw. We looked for a budget hotel and the Honey Pine actually exceeded pur expectation. Note that it is outdated, especially the bathroom, but our room was clean and breakfast was okay so all in all we had a pleasant stay.
Good stock standard tourist hotel which delivered.”
I spent a pleasant four nights here while I explored the area. The staff were very friendly and helpful. Delightful. The hotel is on the main street just up from the market. Very convenient. Basically it is a stock standard tourist hotel offering basic clean and comfortable accommodation and a bit of breakfast in the morning. Wi Fi was appalling but so it is everywhere in Myanmar. It delivers what it advertises.
Nice hotel for good price”
My boyfriend and I stayed at Honey Pine Hotel for one night before a trek from Kalaw to Inle Lake. The hotel was just what we were looking for. Our room was clean, large, and comfortable at a very reasonable price. The hotel is also close to the main market in Kalaw.