Located on the main road of Nyaung Shwe, Ostello Bello Nyaung Shwe is the ideal base to explore the unique Inle Lake and its bucolic Shan State surroundings.
Within a 2-minute walk, you will reach the local Mingalar market and the jetty from where local long-tail boats leave for excursions to the Inle Lake floating villages and pagodas. Be sure not to miss local treats such as the five-day rotating markets gathering visitors and sellers from the local villages, and the tasty Shan culinary specialties. Shan State is the place to sit back, relax and enjoy nature.*

*Some services offered by Ostello Bello Inle Lake are temporarily suspended due to law restrictions for public health protection – Covid-19

The Hostel

  • Reception open 24/7
  • Bar and restaurant serving both local and Western food
  • Free WI-FI in every room and common areas
  • Reading light and 220V plug by each bed
  • Sunrise and sunset tours on boats
  • Travel desk for information and tickets
  • 22 shared and 9 private rooms
  • All shared and private rooms with ensuite Western style toilets and showers
  • Facilities for Early Arrivals and Late Departures
  • Air Con in all rooms
  • Lockers in every shared room 
  • Linen and towels provided to every guest

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All facilities are free!

supplies
  • Luggage storage
  • Ear plugs
  • Shampoo and soap
  • Towels
  • Safety deposit box at reception
  • Hairdryer
  • Laptops
  • Locks (for sale)
  • City maps
  • Travel guides
  • Printing of your next boarding pass or tickets

taste
  • Free breakfast (6am to 10am) or early breakfast box
  • Free flow coffee, tea and water 24/7
  • Free Burmese cigars
  • Restaurant open for lunch (11:30pm-2.30pm) and dinner (4.30pm-10pm)
  • Pasta sharing to meet new friends: free pasta snack at 1pm, 7pm and 9pm
  • Discounted drinks at our Happy Hour in the Sunset Rooftop bar (5pm-9pm)

enjoy
  • Chilling area on the rooftop (4am-10:30pm)
  • Guitars & board games
  • Book swap
  • Free cultural activities (different selection every week: local market tours, winery tour, movie nights, Burmese language lessons, Trivia, Bingo, Yoga classes, Shan noodle night, boat tours)

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