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Rooms are generous proportioned rooms and bathrooms (31 square metres) are well appointed and sumptuously decorated, though the standard rooms which do not enjoy the better city views (ie no pagodas) have had some facilities taken away. They are still the same size as the rooms with better views. Rooms come with voice mail, satellite TV , IDD telephone, electronic safe, minibar, coffee/tea making facilities and executive writing desk. The Cafe takes 152 pax for buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Lunch and dinner dishes are a mixture of Burmese, Indian and International dishes. Almost as many covers will fit into the signature Japanese restaurant Tategoto. Cantonese and seafod are served in the plush Summer Palace, Whilst the smaller Gallery bar serves cocktails and steaks. It is tall and modern building, flush frontage, but not out of keeping with its immediate surroundings. It is quite a long building and more noticeable when entering the lobby. Lobby is expansive, with the lobby lounge directly opposite the entrance, and the reception desk concealed to the left. It is ample room for group check-in. Facilites: There are outdoor swimming pool, children's pool, baby sitting, fitness centre with jacuzzi, massage, sauna and steam room. Business centre and conference facilities including a ballroom which can hold 900 seated pax. Shopping gallery including a clinic.
General: The hotel is in an unbeatable location, high standard of comfort and part of the Shangri-La group.
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