Set on a peaceful inlet near the Blue Mountains in southern Shan state, Inle Princess is a welcoming gateway to the unique cultural and natural treasures of Inle Lake.
Princess Houses: These 71sqm chalets are set along the shore beside the garden, and feature private verandas to watch the sunset and wildlife, replete with Inthar textiles and traditional furnishings.
Lake Houses: Overlooking the lake, these traditional 56-69sqm chalets feature a spacious private deck, outdoor shower and clay oven, replete with Inthar textiles, Shan paper lanterns, and traditional furnishings and artwork.
Garden Houses: Set back amongst natural pools with lily pads and mature tropical gardens, each of these spacious 53-63sqm chalets features traditional artisanal architecture, a rain shower, bathtub, clay oven, and an expansive wooden deck.
Mountain Houses: These traditional 50-52sqm chalets feature spacious indoor bathrooms with a bathtub, clay oven, private deck and Inthar touches.
In the Grounds
In the grounds you can visit and get stuck in at our traditional craft workshops where the hotel’s artwork, pottery, furnishings and paper are made, sip local vintage in our wine cave or relax by the pool. Cross the bridge into the sanctuary of our spa island, stilt treatment rooms and yoga and meditation facilities. Out front our great hall covers a shop for lake crafts, our low slung, high-class bar and fine dining on breezy wooden decks overlooking the lake and sunset.
Inle Lake is famous for its farm produce and its fishermen, so it is unsurprising that Inthar cuisine is also well regarded. The wider Shan state is Myanmar’s culinary hub, and our menu, which change daily nad reflect sesonal availability revolve these two cutural influences, with our own creative twists.