Summit Parkview Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSummit Parkview Hotel Yangon (Rangoon)
This hotel was very central, the staff were very friendly and helpful in every way. The gym and pool were a real bonus. The breakfast was a huge array of delicious food to suit every taste. We ate in the Dagon bar one evening and found it good value for such an upmarket hotel.
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Arrived later than expected due to large amount of traffic at Changing airport. 12 planes lined up behind us and we had 6 in front of us while we waited. Hotel comfortable - can see Shwedagon Pagoda from our window. Will try to get a photo tonight. Meeting group and tour leader shortly for briefing and the out to dinner with group. Only 10 in our …
- We arrived early evening in a hot and steamy Yangon after a 2 hour delay on our Air Asia flight from KL. We were happy to be whisked away by a friendly taxi driver who kept offering me his smart phone to learn all about what was on offer in the city. This was rather distracting as we were keen to experience the sights first hand as we went …
We settled back into the Summit Parkview Hotel, had a swim and enjoyed a
lazy afternoon. It was Lin's birthday so he was happy to join us for
dinner to celebrate. He led the way for about 15 minutes to a local
restaurant where we had a table in the garden. It did seem a bit of a
tourist venue as there were tourist buses pulling …
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