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The Heritage Hotel Kempinski Yangong The Heritage Hotel Kempinski Yangong

Spring Opening for Restored Heritage Hotel Kempinski Yangong

In the final phase of restoration, The Heritage Hotel Kempinski Yangon is scheduled to open its doors to guests in spring 2018.

The property was built in 1927 as the New Law Courts and is hailed as the first multi-level steel structure in the far east. The address was created by architect Thomas Oliphant Foster and built by Doorman Long UK, who built the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Over the last five years the building has been carefully restored to preserve the spirit and grandeur of its past.

The five-start deluxe hotel will offer 219 spacious rooms and suites. It will feature a modern Cantonese restaurant as well as the brasserie serving breakfast, lunch and dinner under a skylight.

The hotel will have a classic bar and cigar lounge as well as a roof top bar by the pool.