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Security man just outside the door wanted money because he carried 1 luggage (3 kg) up to 4 steps, i just laugh and i didn't answer. We paid to much and wasn't a respectful standard of South east Asia hostels. 30.000 kyat (more then 30...More
Terrible place. Stayed there many years ago and it was fine. but it has gone downhill a lot. We arrived late and were made to stand in the lobby for about 15 minutes while the workers tried to figure out that we had already paid...More
Being a frequent traveller makes you realize that there are certain standards you look for in your travel accommodations. Unfortunately, the Sunflower Hotel does not meet my personal standards.
The hotel is old and is located in a busy, noisy part of Yangon. There is...More
Value for money. Hotel owned by a Muslim. So, halal foods served at the hotel. Close to city attractions. Stayed for 2 nights, not consecutively. First night got a room that was very small with shared bathroom. Bathroom was clean. Second time, I got a...More
Firstly, this review is for the Sunflower Hotel in downtown Yangon near Scott Market. NOT their other establishment, the Sunflower Inn. They also have a hotel called Mayflower (I think) that is opposite to the Sunflower Hotel and down a small road.
Anyway, I think...More