Aureum Palace at the Governor's House
Sympathetic recreation of a striking governor's residence of old
34 deluxe bungalows in the gardens and five suites in the main house
Governor Restaurant, Aureum Restaurant, indoor and outdoor pools
In the leafy suburbs of the verdant hill station of Pyin Oo Lwin
From the hotel
Completely recreated to reflect the epoch of the 1920s and 1930s, the two-storey late-Victorian colonial mansion successfully resurrects its legendary charm and grandeur. Aureum Resort at the Governor’s House is an indulgent oasis for the modern traveller.
It is worth indulging in one of the suites in the striking 'Governor's House' to appreciate the nostalgic atmosphere of the place. The bungalows are also spacious and comfortable and are connected to the main building by electric golf buggies, which feels a little surreal in this relatively remote part of Myanmar. Nearby attractions include the National Kandawgyi Gardens, laid out by the British in 1915.