The HTOO Group owns and operates the largest hotel and resort network in Myanmar, with 16 properties across every major tourist destination. We aim to achieve sustainable value-driven growth through providing top-quality, high-value accommodation and hospitality services, while contributing to local social and economic development in an environmentally responsible manner.
Kandawgyi Palace Hotel
Located on the shores of the tranquil Kandawgyi Lake (Royal Lake) in Yangon, the historic Kandawgyi Palace Hotel is a 5-star international hotel and resort with breath-taking views of the iconic Shwedagon Pagoda.
Designed with classic Myanmar architecture and using local golden teak, its 195 rooms seamlessly blend into the beauty of the lake, gardens and rainforest trees to make the Palace an ideal tourist hotel, full of character and heritage. Modern conveniences provide 21st century luxury, combined with traditional Myanmar hospitality and charm.
The Palace provides a comprehensive range of services, including two swimming pools, spa facilities, banquet and conference rooms, restaurants and bars, a nightclub, business centers and meeting rooms, and executive lounge and dining facilities.
Aureum Palace Hotels – Resorts
Aureum Palace is a luxury hotel brand with exquisite properties located at the scenic landscapes of Bagan, Inle, Nay Pyi Daw, Ngapali, Ngwe Saung and Pyin Oo Lwin.
Since the first Aureum Palace hotel opened in Bagan in 2003, the chain has been recognized for its achievements. Its hotels have been regular winners of international hospitality awards, including the prestigious World Luxury Hotel Award, the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and Travellers’ Choice Awards, and the ASEAN Green Hotel Award.
Currently operating a total of 618 rooms, Aureum Palace is already well-established as one of the largest luxury hotel groups in Myanmar.
Myanmar Treasure Hotels – Resorts
Myanmar Treasure Resorts is a hospitality chain branded under the concept of “Authentic Myanmar Hospitality”, with the objective of developing infrastructure in the Myanmar tourism industry. The name “Myanmar Treasure” comes from the round pillars of finest Myanmar teakwood that adorn each and every one of its resorts.
The first Myanmar Treasure Resort opened in Ngwe Saung in 2002, followed by rapid expansion to Bagan and Inle in 2005. The Kandawgyi Hill Resort in Pyin Oo Lwin, Malikha Lodge in Putao, Popa Mountain Resort are also managed under the Myanmar Treasure Resorts brand.
Espace Avenir Serviced Apartments
Located at Pyay Road near Hledan Junction, the Espace Avenir Executive Serviced Apartments are a premium hospitality brand of unparalleled comfort and elegance. Its 47 rooms range from efficiency studios to multi-room suites, for both short and long-term stay.
All guests are provided with daily maid service, hotel laundry and 24-hour security and concierge. Other facilities include a gym, swimming pool, health club and spa, a cafe and function halls.