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Queen's Park - Review of Queen's Park Hotel, Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar
In order to look at the ratings on TA, one would think that this was one of the poorest hotel in Yangon, which is over priced. and we stayed four night in a refurbished room on the fifth level. As a matter of fact, all the personnel are quite kind and queue up to welcome you as you go through the doors and hurry to help you with route descriptions to call a taxi, whatever you need.
Air conditioning worked well - which is important because Yangon gets really warm. Paints are new and the bath faucets are all new. Those corridors and the lonely lift look like something out of an deserted psychiatric hospital, run-down and somehow frightening. While it is under pressure and heat, the showers do not run off, but flood the whole bottom of the bath and soak the bath mat and everything else.
As there are no bath or room holders, it is a little bit harder to dry the bathrobes. Yangon is a messy, muddy, damp town with no sanitary facilities, and cockroaches are probably NBD for the natives, but they're a big business for travellers like us.
Toot or not?
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Yangon Best Square, Myanmar - Review of Queen's Park Hotel, Yangon (Rangoon)
I' ve been looking forward to visiting Myanmar for the first in December 2015 as I've seen and listened to so many images of its beauty. I' ve been booking two overnight stays at this hoteI. Myanmar is a country where the people at the airports tell me that I need a permit to travel to Myanmar.
Coming from an ASEAN state, it was my fault to think that I did not need a visas. So, I decide to reverse my journey and call my agents to get in touch with the hotels and to reverse my reservation for a good cause. At first my agents could not reach the motel because the phone line was bad.
Later, they were able to talk to the personnel and were asked to call back. As I was talking to my agents again, they said that the hotels said that the hotel's cancelation policies remain and that there is no repay. I' d hoped to go to the countryside in the near distant past and spend the night in the same hotels, but after this bad client support from them I chose not to do it.
After all, this is only a shortterm deal, punishing the guests to make a few dollars if my grounds were justifiable to lose the deal from the guests forever. Mr President, I regret the poor experiences you had during your trip to Myanmar and the rigidity of our people.
Hopefully on your next journey (with visa:)) to Myanmar and hopefully to Queen's Park.