You've hit the travelling mother-load at Mother Land Inn 2
Come morning, you have the choice of a traditional Myanmar breakfast or a continental, Western style breakfast. Our stomachs still weren't back to normal after the train so we ate light, with an orange, "Tang" style juice, instant coffee, and a fluffy, sponge-style breakfast cake.
Prices at MLI2 range from $27 for a single room with a fan and shared shower to $35 for a double room with air conditioning and an en suite shower. Without question it's the most popular budget accommodation provider in Yangon (and deservedly so) and booking well in advanced is highly recommended. If you have limited mobility (or just hate the idea of climbing a lot of stairs), make note that there is no elevator. You will most likely be asked to secure your booking by paying in advance with Western Union. This seemed like an unusual request at the time but we soon learned it's quite common in Myanmar.
MLI2 is exactly what budget conscious travelers need in Yangon. The staff are there to take care of every travel need imaginable, the value priced food is great, and the minor inconvenience of the location is of little consequence compared to the comprehensive services available. I wouldn't hesitate to stay here again and I would especially encourage first time visitors to Myanmar to stay to connect with other travelers.
Navigating Mandalay Airport
Kipling, Orwell, and Harry Potter: A Day in Mandalay
Sailing Down the Irrawaddy: Traveling by Boat from Mandalay to Bagan
The BEST Travel Experience of my Life: Balloons Over Bagan
The WORST Travel Experience of my Life: The Overnight Train from Bagan to Yangon
Besotted with Bagan: Day 10 &11 of Our Round The World Trip
At Long Last: Yangon. Day 12 &13 of Our Round The World Trip