This isolated resort is amazingly quiet, refreshing and relaxing. The bungalows over the lotus-choked waters are comfortable and roomy. Mornings in Inle can be chilly, and the staff readily supplies extra blankets and they also capably attend to sightseeing needs and taxi service into town. The buffet breakfast is simple and flavorful with Shan noodles and a variety of other dishes that change daily. The downside to this place is the dinners. We had a bad experience with unbelievably slow service on our first night there, we were only one of four tables of diners, and tasteless food - my Burmese extends to ma-chai-boo, meaning "I don't like it", but we decided to give it another chance. The next night we scaled down our expectations, but it still took 45 minutes for a side of french fries and the other food was equally unappealing. So, I would recommend the hotel, but go elsewhere for your evening meal.