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Reviewed September 24, 2012

I stayed at the Summit Parkview on my first night in Yangon and eight days later for another night, at the end of my mini-tour of Myanmar.
Overall, the hotel represents a good solution for a quick stopover in Yangon on your way in and out, I wouldn't recomment a longer stay, though.
Rooms are a bit shabby, simple, tired and vaguely smell of mould; humidity is pretty tangible despite the aircon system. The lobby area could do with a good revamp.
The Money changing facility within the hotel is very useful and their rates of exchange are definitely better than the ones at the airport.
The buffet breakfast is quite rich and offers Asian, local as well as traditional Western options: bakery, yoghurt, cereals, fruit, juices, an omelette station, mixed grill and cold cuts and cheeses.
All staff is extremely polite and helpful, the level of spoken English is quite high.

Date of stay: August 2012
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1  Thank enryfal
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Reviewed August 28, 2012

We stayed here for two separate nights and were pleased with our stays. The rooms were fine, with excellent views of the Pagoda which were particularly good at night. Breakfast was good both in the restaurant and the packed breakfast provided when we had a very early morning flight. There are good restaurants nearby for dinner.

Date of stay: August 2012
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2  Thank jackygr
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Reviewed August 26, 2012

You are right by a park as th name suggests and although not really walking distance you are very close to the biggest Buddhist temple I have ever seen - covered all in rubies diamonds and gold donated by relatives of the deceased and access by elevator it is so big.

Service not too bad, polite and friendly staff and tips in US dollars greatly appreciated. Taxis cheap but ramshackle but cheap,

We were on business to visit a ew pharmaceutical companies so did not have much chance for sightseeing - tip many restaurants out by the lakes but avoid the floating palaces and go for a lakeside restaurant - many have a stage show with excellent dances etc. Great food there but don't expect too much from the restaurant of this hotel

Rooms a bit past it bu the view from my room was great could see the Shwedagon Pagoda in the distance - very pleasent

Date of stay: April 2012
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2  Thank DRMB
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Reviewed August 18, 2012

A location away from the centre, but convenient for the Shwedagon Pagoda. Spacious rooms and good service made for a pleasant stay. The public areas are attractive. Good money changing facility. The breakfast buffet offers plenty of choice.

Date of stay: July 2012
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4  Thank Katravel
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Reviewed August 17, 2012

A straight-forward business hotel reminding me of the European type IBIS hotels. In terms of price/quality I still think the price is slightly on the high side for what this hotel has to offer to the business traveller for USD 85-100 per night, including breakfast.

Rooms are poor to fair, but with most amenities, including a water cooker and a old-small TV set. Towels were clean. Food was good. No quality spa. No in-room massage service. A bar with no younger folks. A business center where a normal USB stick could not work and the young employee of no help; it took us over 30 minutes to print 15 pages for about USD 0.5 per A4 page!

One must be aware that you do not always have a view on the Buddha Temple. So, please request for it or stay away, otherwise you will have fun with looking over the old roofs of retired buildings!

Room tip: Ask for a room with the Buddha Temple view.
Date of stay: July 2012
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