New Park Hotel is part of a chain owned by an off-site family, and not your typical airbnb. Rooms are serviced daily, although they are not cleaned unless you ask them to do so. Fine for a night or two, but more than that and it really shows. Bagan is a very dusty place, so daily cleaning is a must! I noticed porches being swept, but ours seemed to be missed a few times. A huge difference was noticed once it was cleaned. The room was spacious and well-lit, unlike many hotel rooms we saw in Myanmar. The bathroom had a tub/shower combination, however the tub had quite a few chips in it and there was almost no water pressure. Hot water took a long time to heat up, although I found showering earlier in the evening seemed better. Still no water pressure, but more hot water! The sink faucet in our room was loose, so we had to be careful when turning it on. The room did not appear all that clean when we entered, so I used clorox wipes on light switches, faucets, and most surfaces. The amount of dirt on the clorox wipes was heavy. Towels are changed daily, but they are stained and grungy in appearance. Regarding linens - our top sheet felt synthetic. Not the best for Asia. Fortunately, I had my "sleep sack" with me. Having clothes laundered here was inexpensive, but they had a strange smell. I ended up hand-washing what I could. AC was quiet and worked great. I also liked that there was a fan in the room, so you didn't have to run the AC all the time. Breakfast was disappointing (after being spoiled everywhere else in Burma with mohinga and a plethora of Asian selections). If you prefer a western style breakfast though, you may like it. You get eggs, white toast, that horrid fake butter used in so many hotels in Asia, jam, a banana, watermelon wedge, and sticky rice topped with chickpeas. The chickpeas were my favorite part. The coffee sucked, so we stuck with tea. We spent a week here, and breakfast was the same every day. You can go around the corner though and get mohinga at a local restaurant. With a bunch of toppings, it will set you back $.50 and keep you going well into lunchtime! You can rent e-bikes here for 8,000 MMKs per day (6,000 at most other places, but I recommend you go for the larger ones that cost 10,000- you can find them on the main road-you will notice the difference + they are safer for driving through thick sandy roads). The staff at New Park Hotel will arrange a taxi for you, but it will cost more. Take a walk down the main street and shop for the best price. I recommend saving yourself the airbnb fee by booking direct, since this is a hotel, or better yet, shopping around and finding something of better value.