Thande Beach Hotel
On a prime stretch of white sand beach and crystal blue waters, this hotel is regarded as one of the area's finest. Set amongst pleasant and picturesque landscaped gardens, the hotel offers modern facilities and impeccable Burmese hospitality. All rooms are fully air-conditioned and tastefully decorated, located either in the gardens or along the beachfront.
- Set on the lovely shores on Ngapali Beach
- Beach-side dining
- Spacious bungalows
Best time to go
October right through to May is the best time to visit, temperature for this period is at an average of 25°C. Monsoon season is from June to September.
Thande Beach Hotel is the best kept hotel along this stretch of beach. It is centrally located on a beautiful section of the beach, which allows you to walk either north or south for exploration. This is a great spot to choose as even during high season the beach remains uncrowded. The food is local and tasty, the rooms well maintained and the grounds beautifully kept.
- Souvenir & coffee shop
- Swimming pool and Jacuzzi
- Pool-side bar
- WiFi in the lobby
- Thazin spa
You can enjoy a variety of delicious cuisines including Chinese, Thai, European, Myanmar and traditional Rakhine cuising from the two restaurants at Thande Beach. The Pon-Nyet-Yeik restaurant is the outdoor restaurant with beautiful views of the ocean, and the Shwe-War-Chaing restaurant provides indoor dining.
The Thande Beach Hotel has 38 deluxe bungalow-type rooms, all with air conditioning. The spacious rooms have private terraces overlooking view of the Bay of Bengal and are elegantly furnished with polished teak and rattan furniture, fine fabric and traditional Burmese handicrafts.
Choose from three room types:
- Deluxe Sea View
- Deluxe Garden View
- Superior Garden View
- Boat trip to the nearby islands
- Shopping at Thande Market
- Visits to three sacred pagodas
- Sightseeing at local fishing villages
The Garden Bungalows give families a more comfortable stay. This is a family friendly hotel with a children's pool and babysitting facilities. First floor rooms should be avoided for young children as the balconies are particularly low.