Okinawa Guest House
Lonely Planet review
A brief walk from Sule Paya is the red pitched roof of this charming bougainvillea-fronted guesthouse. The interior is a bizarre hotchpotch of decorations and building styles that blend wood, bamboo and red brick. The handful of rooms are small and dark but very clean, although noise – both from the street and the staff – can be an issue here. It also has a cosy dorm upstairs for penny-pinchers and a number of communal areas with old wooden chairs and tables.
Our independent authors have visited Okinawa Guest House and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Yangon (Rangoon).
Services & facilities
- Air conditioning
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