The Inle Inn is a simple property where you stay in either in wicker bungalows or sturdy brick built chalets, each with en-suite facilities, including hot and cold showers. Our pick would be the chalets, which have a few more comforts such as a fireplace, TV, mini bar and tea and coffee. However, its splitting hairs and to tell the truth, a certain amount of charm is evident in both. Overall, the Inle Inn turns out to be a very agreeable overnight stop.
The bright and pleasant restaurant serves local fare, influenced by the Danu ethnic group that inhabits the area. Indeed, the hotel itself is set around some vegetable gardens, whose produce you can enjoy when in season. There is also a small spa.