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I found the staff at the hotel rude, insincere and on occasion argumentative. The place is brand new and I would imagine they are still trying to get on their feet. However this is no excuse for arguing with visitors. I would recommend finding somewhere...More
Firstly, please note the name of this hotel as there is a similar named hotel called Maple Leaf. Do not get confused. This is actually a strange hotel as it has 6 floors of normal hotel room and from 7-24th floor onward, they are apartments...More
We stayed here for 3 nights. The hotel is pretty much brand new and I love the Canadian rustic theme, but it has a long way to go.
The breakfast is really good
The staff are very pleasant and helpful
The rooftop bar...More
I book a room under expedia last minute. I arrived to see that my city view was concealed by a huge building under construction a few feet from my balcony. Not only no view but no natural light comes into apartment. Unfortunately I am stuck...More
3 bedroom 2 bathroom city view apartment was in brand new condition. Well furnished, nice bathrooms, and equipped with washing machine. 17th floor. Partial ocean view from livingroom. Bedrooms were facing a wall. Excellent front desk. Decent breakfast.
Location is the best and is a...More
Response from Adamsnowman | Reviewed this property |
No breakfast buffet is in the restaurant on the 2nd floor, accessible by all guests of the hotel. Breakfast has excellent variety, and decent quality and has both western and Vietnamese options. Location of hotel could not... More
No breakfast buffet is in the restaurant on the 2nd floor, accessible by all guests of the hotel. Breakfast has excellent variety, and decent quality and has both western and Vietnamese options. Location of hotel could not be better.
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