Established in 1995 as the first foreign investment in accommodation by international standards, Summit Parkview Yangon represents a national landmark of Myanmar’s hospitality. Located in the touristic heart of the city, in immediate proximity of the National Museum, the People’s Park and the iconic 2.600 years old Shewdagon Pagoda, the hotel has been on the forefront of Yangon’s accommodation, hosting innumerable guests. The hotel ensures unforgettable and unique experiences blending the local hospitality charm with the lavish Myanmar architecture, set within a spacious garden that faces the vivid greenery of the People’s Park.
Summit Parkview Hotel is backed by employees with great enthusiasm, providing high quality service for every visitor. Caleb Wong, General Manager, points out, “Employees are our greatest asset and with a motivated team, we able to offer a great stay experience for our guests, creating valuable memories for them”. The hotel provides accommodation for tourists and business clients, mainly coming from Europe, Japan, China and Thailand.
Sumptuous dining experiences in the Parkview Café
The hotel offers 251 spacious rooms with a perfect blend of classic and contemporary design and magnificent views of the Shewdagon Pagoda and the People’s Park. The rooms are categorised into Superior, Deluxe and Premier, and the suites include Studio, Executive, Premier, Premier Family and a Pagoda Suite, all fitted with Wi-Fi connection, flat-screen cable TV, air conditioning, hairdryer and coffee/tea making facilities.
Summit Parkview Hotel provides unforgettable dining experiences with an extensive A La Carte menu in the all-day international cuisine dining at Parkview Café. The hotel also features a Business Centre, a Bar with live entertainment, a Fitness Centre, transportation and laundry services and complimentary car parking on site.
Embracing the future of Myanmar’s tourism
Focusing on the perspectives of the country’s tourism sector, the hotel is developing a new building structure named the Contemporary Wing, a project that will include six storey accommodation facility, encompassing 157 Contemporary Designed Rooms, Executive Rooms, Duplexes and an Executive Lounge. This first-class modern facility built under the latest international standards will also feature a new lobby, hotel reception, business centre, ballroom, meeting rooms, all day dining restaurant, swimming pool, gym, spa, retail shops and an Ethnic Restaurant and Bar.
Caleb Wong concludes, “Myanmar is called the Golden Land offering plenty opportunities. In terms of tourism, Myanmar is unexplored. The tourists need to discover the people, the culture and our monuments. Our contribution in the process is to provide accommodation by international standards, safety and comfort.”