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Shan, Myanmar (Burma), Paris Hotel
The Paris Hotel: Taiunggyi Pa-O: is the capitol of Shan State, Myanmar (Burma) and is located in the Myelat area. From 2014 Taunggyi has an expected 380,665 inhabitants and is the fifth biggest town in Myanmar (with Naypyidaw, Bago) and is located at an altitude aboveseas. Taunggyi means "huge mountain" in Burma's dialect and is the name of the hill crest in the eastern part of the town, part of the Shan Hills system, whose distinctive highlight is referred to as Taung-chun or "The Spur".
" On a local level, this skid is known as Phaya Taung. HistoryBefore the colonization of Britain, Taunggyi was a small town with several shelters. This area was located on a broad side of the Sittaung Hills of the Shan Hills and was inhabited by the Shan ethnic group at that age. Tunggyi has long since disappeared from the primitive Taunggyi community, but the surrounding towns are still clearly visible.
It became the capitol of southern Shan during the English occupier. Taunggyi's contemporary evolution began in 1894 when the Britons transferred their administration from Maing Thauk (Fort Stedman) on the east shore of Inle Lake to the higher hill of Taunggyi for medical and geographic considerations.
Taunggyi was the main guard of the Shan State army because of the civilian riots in the early 1900s. Taiunggyi also serves as a care center for the Shan states and serves people of many nations. Beautiful adventure, astonishing facilities, astonishing space, astonishing bath. During our sojourn we felt at home and had the joy of being enhanced and received many additional benefits that made our sojourn even better.
Having got used to such a hotel, we are not getting any nearer to the experience we had in Georges V, we will come back very soon! The best hotel in Paris and perhaps the best hotel in the town. Flower arrangements are nice, lounges and bars are very comfortable, restaurant are excellent, for breakfasts you get everything you need, etc.
Magnificent hotel and unbelievable services. We had a great time with the lovely lady who came to check us in and made us think we were at home at the hotel with our help. There is a good reasons why I keep going to George V. and not just because it's a nice hotel.
Services and personnel are immaculate - always so alert, go the additional miles and real. The best hotel I have ever spent the night in has raised the bar so high that no other hotel is nearby. The personnel was astonishing and remembers our name. Whenever we went or came back, there was a warm hello to us all.
They gave us an astonishing lunch when the electricity went out through no blame on her. All the free treats, teas, coffee and room facilities were fantastic (the robes and cloaks, which were personalized for us, and the children's T-shirt, along with the bulkari cream and hair conditioner, were fantastic). I' d and I' ll be back.
This is if you can buy a 5-star hotel. Level of services and love of detail are as good as everywhere. They are very kind and do everything to help. This is the best hotel-bar hotel in Paris. A great level of customer care that you'd want from a Four Seasons.
Astonishing arrivals at the airport. It was really astonishing, similar to the Four Seasons in Geneva. We suggest you stay here when you're in Paris. Situated in a beautiful setting, this hotel has a vibrant and dedicated personnel dedicated to meeting all your needs. It was my second time on this estate and I have been to several Four Seasons around the year.
I had a perfect last stop, but this one, her record is completely ailing. Usually I pick Four Seasons for their high standard of services and excellent client support, but this visit didn't have either. The room was very nice, but the view in this hotel is nothing out of the ordinary except the presidential suite.
When the view is important, I would recommend staying at Shangri-La so you can see the Eiffel Tower. We had a good night's rest, we had our breakfasts in the hotel pub, which for almost 200 Euro (without alcohol) was totally not the right place for the lackluster meal or the very snobbish wait.
Leaving the hotel in the afternoons before our last overnight stop, we were suddenly pulled over by a lady in the foyer after our return at 9:00 pm, who said that the hotel was "privatized", whatever that was. I will repeat that we did not leave the hotel until 2 pm to tell ourselves that we have to move to another hotel!
Apparently this was due to a last-minute meeting of the President's delegations, which drove away every individual visitor to the hotel. I' ll say that I'm four month pregnant and they made us grab our room and move through an unfamiliar town at 9:30 pm. It was offensive, we paid and decided to remain in Four Seasons, for Christ's sakes, nothing less than their calibre would have been reasonable in this case.
At the end they brought us to Le Bristol, which I would strongly suggest about this hotel, but the comfort that was sent into the room in their name was a glass ofampagne? Must have said I'm 4-5 pregnancies, another marker that Four Seasons misses. Overall, I will never be back on this estate and I am totally disillusioned and amazed at the services we have got.
I' ve been here on official business last weekend and was very pleased with the workload. The room was perfect and liked the floral decorations around the hotel. We' ve traveled all over the globe, Singapore, Monaco, the Netherlands, London, Spain and Bali to name but a few, and have been accommodated in various luxurious properties.
But of all the places we've slept in, George the V is at the top of the world! I' m traveling a great deal and staying in a number of 5,4,3* properties, but this is really a comedy! "Rooms 003" is located on room floor next to the front desk, so you can listen to the sound of the streets and the personnel all day long for 250 Euro per room!
Especially the services in the GV were flawless, friendly, really alert and inviting. It' a good hotel. It' the centre of Taunggyi.