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A unique tented resort in Bagan's monument zone area managed by Apple Tree Hospitality

A unique tented resort in Bagan's monument zone area managed by Apple Tree Hospitality

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  • 1. BAGAN LODGE Myat Lay Road - New Bagan - Nyaung Oo Township Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 2. INSIDER’S INFORMATION Introducing our owner :-) Managed by Apple Tree Asia - Hospitality Division Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 3. ABOUT APPLE TREE ASIA A hotel and club management company focussing on emerging destinations: Vietnam Emeraude Classic Cruises, a replica French colonial-era steam ship that plies the waters of Halong Bay. La Residence Hotel & Spa, is an historic hotel on the banks of the fabled Perfume River overlooking the former Imperial Citadel in Hue. Press Club, founded in 1997 as one of the most distinguished business and culinary addresses in Hanoi. Laos Villa Maly, a classic Laotian residence originally built in 1938 in the heart of Luang Prabang by the grandson of a Lao king. Kamu Lodge, a rustic tented and thatched roofed eco lodge on the shores of the legendary Mekong River, 30 kilometres upstream from Luang Prabang. Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 4. THE PEOPLE Kurt Walter - Group General Manager The 29 years experience in the field of hospitality have allowed Kurt to travel the world and work in some of the top hotels and private members clubs including the Regent Hotel of Hong Kong, which was rated the world’s finest hotel for 2 consecutive years, as well as properties in Ho Chi Minh City -Vietnam, Singapore, Beijing - China, Durban - South Africa, London - United Kingdom, Paris - France, Moscow - Russia before finally returning back to Hanoi -Vietnam once again. Marcel Isaak - Group Executive Chef Marcel Isaak is a native Swiss who has started his career in Lucerne in 1975 as a young chef apprentice. He left Europe a few years after completion of his training and joined Hilton in countries such as Canada, USA,Australia, Venezuela, Colombia, China, Singapore, Indonesia and India. He moved to Ho Chi Minh City,Vietnam in 1995 to work at the Saigon Floating Hotel and in 2004 returned for the second time to take over all food and beverage operations for Apple Tree Hospitality. Brenda Ho - Group Director of Sales & Marketing Brenda’s career highlights include launching river vessel La Marguerite, launching SIF-Standard Chartered Bank African Scholarship program, rebranding Delta Caravelle Hotel to Caravelle Hotel, launching Traumatology Project in Malang, launching Dove Spa for Unilever, launching Concert Series for Kimberly Clarke. She has worked in the UK, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka andVietnam. Brenda graduated from the National University of Singapore with Economics and holds a MA in Leading Innovation and Change withYork St John University UK. Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 5. THE MAN IN BAGAN Shane McKirdy Shane's hotel life began in his home town of Sydney during the 2000 Olympics at The Grace Hotel in Front Office. From there he moved on to Lizard Island Resort where he swopped the hustle- and-bustle of city life for the natural beauty of The Great Barrier Reef as Assistant Front Office Manager. Shane then worked throughout Australia on the East Coast of Tasmania at Freycinet Lodge as Front Office Manager, followed by a new role as Resident Manager in the Red Centre of Australia at Ayers Rock Resort. Attracted by the prospect of gaining international exposure, Shane's next move took him to Filitheyo Island Resort in the Maldives as Rooms Division Manager. He arrived inVietnam as the General Manager of Life Resort Quy Nhon, then onto the Life Resort's managed Blue Ocean Resort in Mui Ne as General Manager. Shane brings with him around 14 years of hospitality experience, balanced between Australian and International resorts. Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 6. NEW DESTINATION - BAGAN Some 300 km southwest of Mandalay and 700 km north of Yangon, Bagan is to Myanmar what Angkor is to Cambodia, Ayuthia is to Thailand and Borobudur is to Indonesia - the most magnificent architectural flourish of an ancient people. Sprawling away from the banks of the Irrawaddy River, more than 2,200 temples, pagodas, stupas and ruins grace more than a 100 square kilometres. Some date back to the 11th and 12th Centuries, and all contribute to what National Geographic hails as “one of Southeast Asia’s greatest archaeological heritage sites.” Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 7. THE LOCATION Bagan Lodge Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 8. THE LODGE OVERVIEW Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 9. THE LODGE OVERVIEW Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 10. THE RECEPTION Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 11. THE LODGE CONCEPT Perched on the edge of an archaeological wonderland, Bagan Lodge is gateway to some of the world's most magnificent temples and pagodas. Romance of a storied expedition, albeit in upscale, air- conditioned comfort. Our restaurant and bars are fuel to the fire of local adventure, and our swimming pool and spa are an oasis any time of day. Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 12. THE ROOMS & SUITES However mystical the wonders of Bagan, the Lodge’s rooms and suites are familiar, upscale sanctuaries, each with a private balcony. A fusion of classic Burmese design and contemporary decor 82 Deluxe Rooms 02 Explorer Rooms 01 Courtyard Suite Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 13. DELUXE ROOM - 72M2 Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 14. EXPLORER ROOM - 144M2 Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 15. COURTYARD SUITE - 288M2 Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 16. IN-ROOM FACILITIES Air-conditioning with individual controls Hot showers Cable television IDD telephone Wireless Internet access A fully stocked mini-bar Tea and coffee making accoutrements Bath robes and slippers An in-room safe Hair dryers Bottled water 220-volt electricity Baby cots are complimentary and available upon request, depending on availability Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 17. THE DINING EXPERIENCE Tiffin Box Open-air restaurant Authentic Myanmar cuisine Western favourites Lobby Lounge Bar Enjoy a coffee, cold drink or afternoon tea Pool Bar Fresh fruit juice Refreshing cocktail Delicious poolside snack Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 18. THE LOBBY BAR Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 19. THE POOL BAR Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 20. THE FACILITIES Swimming Pool 20m x 9m lap pool The Spa 08 private treatment rooms Wednesday, March 13, 13
  • 21. TO CHILL! Wednesday, March 13, 13