Spacious hillside villas and floating boat-shaped rooms offer guests beautifully designed accommodation by the peace and quiet of Lake Inle.

49 Bedrooms, Sleeps 130

Air conditioning
Free bottled water each day
Hot springs
Baby cot available

"A really quirky concept with the boat rooms. Wonderful peaceful setting with excellent staff and great breakfasts!" - Fiona McF, Feb 2019

"Great hotel, lovely rooms, fantastic setting and approach by boat. Excellent spa." - Sarah R, Dec 2016.

The Pristine Lotus Spa Resort is by the stunning Inle Lake and offers guests a tranquil getaway amid beautiful scenery.

Guests can choose from a Lotus Villa, Lotus Suite or the quirky boat-shaped Floating Duplex Rooms. The latter are one of the best value luxury options on the lake. They have lovely lake-views with a boat shape terrace at the front and wonderfully high bamboo ceilings. They have a standing shower in the bathroom as well as a boat-shaped bath in the main room (get the theme here?!)

Nestled on the hillside, the Lotus Villas are a huge 115msq and, with a separate living room and bedroom, is a real home away from home. The interior is stylish yet in keeping with the local culture, filled with rich wood tones and vibrant oranges. The Lotus Suites are sightly smaller but decorated in the same tasteful style.

What sets this resort aside from all the others, is that it has direct access to natural hot springs on site. All guests can enjoy hot spring jacuzzis as well as the sauna and steam room.

The Padonma Lotus Spa is an exotic and elegant haven offering a range of different massages, reflexology and beauty treatments. The spa caters for women, men and couples.

The large restaurant terrace, a beautiful wooden construction by the lake, overlooks the gardens and pool and offers a mix of local Shan and European cuisines cooked up their specialist chefs. International drinks are also available, ideal for sitting back and enjoying the sunset.

Pristine Lotus Spa Resort is only 45 minutes by car from Heho airport and 20 minutes away from sightseeing at a floating bazaar and the glorious Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda. It has a private jetty so you can arrive in style by boat.