Finding an ideal hotel in Yangon (Rangoon) does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Sakura Residence, a nice option for travellers like you.
Close to some of Yangon (Rangoon)'s most popular landmarks, such as Maha Wizaya Pagoda (1.3 mi) and Nga Htat Gyi Pagoda (1.4 mi), Sakura Residence is a great destination for tourists.
Rooms at Sakura Residence offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a sofa providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, a concierge, and room service are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A pool and an on-site restaurant will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Sakura Residence, parking is available.
If you like seafood restaurants, Sakura Residence is conveniently located near Min Lan, Tian Xiang Hot Pot, and The Sushi Bar.
If you are interested in exploring Yangon (Rangoon), check out one of the historic sites, such as The Secretariat, Aung San Suu Kyi House, and National Races Village.
Sakura Residence looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Yangon (Rangoon).
There are two buildings on the property (one slightly older but rooms are refurbished, one newer). All rooms are well maintained. We are living there since a longer period but also had friends staying over for weekends or public holidays as a staycation. All staff is great, from the security at the entrance, to the reception, housekeeping, service and kitchen and engineering - smiles everywhere. Requests are solved immediately. The cafe serves great breakfast and meals during the day. Sip a margarita by the pool, enjoy the afternoon sun, best time.
I stayed a little over two months in a one-bedroom suite at Sakura Residence. The attention to guest and staff health and safety during the Covid-19 pandemic is excellent and very reassuring. The location is very good, being within easy reach of downtown Yangon and major shopping areas, and taxi drivers are very familiar with the property. The one-bedroom suites - comprising a kitchen/living room (with balcony), bedroom and bathroom are very comfortable and spacious. They are well equipped with everything needed for an extended stay, included a good quality proper oven in the kitchen. There are TVs in both the living room and bedroom. The wifi is, in general, good. On site, there is a lovely pool, a well-equipped gym and a well-stocked minimart. There is also a restaurant/bar with a somewhat limited menu. But the dishes are well cooked and presented, and good value for money. Other amenities include children's play areas and table tennis, and a number of ATMs. What really sets this place apart is the staff and the service levels. Staff members in all departments go above and beyond to satisfy their guests and offer excellent service. I enjoyed my stay at Sakura Residence very much and have no hesitation in recommending it to others for short or long stays. One minor irritation is that the property charges for minor breakages. Having stayed at the property for over two months, and also spent a considerable amount of money in the minimart and the restaurant/bar, it was rather annoying to be charged for two broken glasses in the room. I understand that guest should pay for damage but charging for a broken wine glass seems rather petty and creates a negative last impression.…
A very respectable place: clean, spacious flats; a modern gym and pleasant swimming pool; extremely helpful staff; and an OK (although far from top-notch) restaurant. Highly recommended for long or medium-term stays.
I've had the pleasure of living at Sakura Residence on three occasions now. Having previously experienced Pearl Condo, Star City and Lotte Hotel, I can safely say this is the best all round option, especially when you consider price and location. It's not cheap, but the price is justified when you consider the service, residential feel, unrivalled view of Shwedagon, central location, proximity to decent bars / restaurants, size of apartment, quality of furnishings and facilities (sauna, pool and gym). As an added bonus, its surrounded by lots of green and they regularly host one of the best Sunday markets in Yangon. Another thing to add is that it's Japanese and Myanmar managed. This is ideal as you get the best of both worlds; efficiency (Japanese) and down to earth service from the heart (Myanmar). There's also a decent range of Japanese snacks available in the shop including wasabi flavoured kaki no tane, instant ramen and curry cubes. It's worth staying here for access to these alone!…
I had a long say planned for Yangon for work and didn't fancy living in a hotel for 6 months so opted for the Residence. So glad i did, a one bedroom apartment that was relatively spacious and good amenities; bar pool, small restaurant come coffe shop. A small shop for the basics (great yogurt) and a very well equipped gym. The staff were great and very polite, the supermarket is a 15min stroll away but taxis are cheap if you don't fancy the walk. All in all a great stay