This family-run hotel is on the outskirts of Hpa An (about a five minute drive), the capital of Kayin State. This region is well known for its mountains where there are caves crammed with thousands of antique clay Buddha statues and carvings. The hotel, which opened in 2010, offers simple accommodation and great views of the impressive Mount Zwekabin, 723 metres high.
All twenty-four guest rooms are air conditioned and have satellite TV, phone, minibar and private bathroom. There are two categories of room, superior and deluxe, furnished in similar style with wooden furniture and polished wood floors. Superior rooms are located in a two-storey wing of the hotel and deluxe rooms, which are more spacious, are in individual bungalows. All rooms have either a balcony or terrace looking out over rice paddies towards the mountains.
The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meals include tasty fish dishes such as stir-fried prawns and crab fried rice. There's a terrace so you can enjoy meals in the open air.