Shangri-La Residences debuts in Yangon

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts opened the Shangri-La Residences, Yangon in Myanmar, situated in Yangon's residential area in 15 acres of greenery overlooking the Kandawgyi Lake and Shwedagon Pagoda. Boasting 240 apartments housed in twin towers, the property has various two-bedroom units and four-bedroom penthouses with rooftop terraces.  Exclusive residential facilities include a lounge and function room, gourmet shop, gymnasium, tennis courts, a swimming pool and a covered car park.

Minutes from the central business district, the apartments measure between 1,679 square feet and 2,250 square feet. The penthouses are the largest units with 3,175 square feet to 4,672 square feet of space and views of the city from the roof terrace. All residential quarters are built-in with a kitchen, laundry area with dryer, backyard with a live-in area for a domestic helper, complimentary Wi-Fi and high speed Internet access.

Phillip Couvaras serves as the GM of Shangri-La Residences, Yangon.

Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts currently owns and/or manages more than 80 hotels under the Shangri-La brand with a room inventory of over 34,000. The group has a development pipeline with upcoming projects in mainland China, India, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Qatar, Sri Lanka and the UK.




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