Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Govt negotiates with Yangon hotels for SEA Games

Rose GardenThe Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has been discussing with the Shangrila Residence and the Rose Garden Hotel in Yangon about the possibility of being operational in time for the upcoming Southeast Asian Games.
Yangon and Nay Pyi Taw are the two major locations that are expected to face room shortage problems during the SEA Games, according to the Ministry.
The Ministry's director Hlaing Oo said Shangrila Residence will provide 240 rooms while the Rose Garden Hotel will provide 300 rooms so Yangon will have enough hotel rooms if the two hotels can be operational before the SEA Games.

"Shangrila Residence may be able to hold an opening ceremony in November. They are trying their best to provide the rooms. Rose Garden has also submitted that their hotel will be completed by December. So, we think we will be able to get enough rooms," said Hlaing Oo.
Shangrila Residence and Rose Garden Hotel are being built by Hong Kong and Thailand respectively.
Eighty-six hotels will provide over 7,000 rooms in Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay during the SEA Games including over 1,000 rooms from 33 hotels in Yangon.

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