There are five cabin types: Single Cabins, Deluxe Cabins with three windows that take full advantage of the views, State Cabins that have a dressing table and armchair, Superior Cabins with a large feature window and the exclusive Governor’s Suite with three windows and a small lounge area (as this is the most spacious accommodation, it is ideal for passengers on an eleven-night cruise).
All guest cabins feature an en suite bathroom, satellite television (only available when moored at Mandalay or Bagan), wardrobe space, a telephone, safe, air-conditioning and fine linens.
Early morning tea and coffee is served in your cabin, on request. Breakfasts, buffet-style lunches and dinners are served in the restaurant on an open seating basis, while Afternoon Tea can be enjoyed on the Observation Deck or in the Piano Bar.
Luxury Itinerary Ideas
Belmond Road to Mandalay sets sail from the royal city of Mandalay and cruises between the ancient capital of Bagan, in the south, and Bhamo, with its thriving market scene, in the north. The route allows you to observe villages and cities as the lives of the Burmese people unfold before you; farmers ploughing fields with oxen and carts, children splashing about at the river’s edge, fishermen in their little boats, tradesmen transporting goods on bamboo rafts, not to mention some spectacular scenery, including forest-covered gorges and valleys dotted with monasteries and temples.
Itineraries on Belmond Road To Mandalay are from 3 to 11 nights long and include:
11 nights: Mandalay - Bhamo - Bagan
7 nights: Mandalay - Bagan - Mandalay
4 nights: Bagan - Mandalay
3 nights: Mandalay - Bagan
Belmond Road To Mandalay's smaller sister ship, Belmond Orcaella, offers alternative luxury sailing itineraries in Burma.