Guest Reviews

Cheong Fatt Tze – Blue Mansion: "Excellent say in a period mansion"

Review by: vultureMelbourne | Source: Trip Advisor
"My wife and I stayed here for 9 nights recently in the traditional Nanyang room and the enormous 50's retro rock n' roll style room. The mansion has undergone a superb restoration unlike the mostly shabby restorations seen in similar historic buildings in China. A lot of care and love has gone into this great house. The staff were all excellent and helpful. The breakfast in the superb dining room was a highlight. The food was a basic buffet supplemented with cooked to order choices. Everything was fresh and tasty. Did not try the inhouse restaurant but other guests we spoke to recommended it. Location is excellent. Will come back again."

Inle Heritage Stilt Houses: "Another world"

Review by: Stuart J | Source: Trip Advisor
Incredible concept to support the local economy. Wonderful and gracious service in one of the best settings on the lake. Food was plentiful and tasty. One hour boat ride from the jetty but fairly central to attractions on the lake.

Locavore: "Birthday dinner"

Review by: Caiuxoo | Source: Trip Advisor
Me and my wife loved the experience there and just how creative they were with the menu! Recommend it for a special evening

Villa Song Saigon: "Indulged myself"

Review by: Allaround1 | Source: Trip Advisor
"Travelling solo and arriving jet-lagged in Saigon, I wanted to indulge myself in a little luxury before my onward journey. Villa Song lived up to my expectations. I really enjoyed my Writer's Room - all dark wood, sparsely decorated but tasteful with a charming balcony. I slept so well that I have considered smuggling the bed back home with me! The staff were extraordinary...very helpful for this first time traveller to Vietnam. I enjoyed my a la carte breakfasts by the river, especially the fact that they were served all day. Just right for jet-lagged, lazy, old me. I have really enjoyed my three - night stay at the Villa Song. To be recommended, especially if you need a little peace and quiet, in elegant surroundings from the whirlwind that is Ho Chi Minh City. "

Satri House: "Absolutely loved this hotel"

Review by: Julie D | Source: Trip Advisor
"Really enjoyed our stay here. It was tranquil, lush gardens, very professional staff and the loveliest rooms with a morning makeup and evening turndown service, even replacing our towels at both times. We enjoyed the a la carte breakfast. Plenty of choice. Most days we headed out to sight see, which the hotel staff organised without a glitch. Upon returning from each tour, we relaxed poolside. Both pools were lovely, we preferred the smaller more refreshing pool after a hot day out. Be sure to take out one of their bikes to explore this beautiful town. And the French Bakery in town makes the loveliest, croissants, pastries and baguettes. Highly recommend!"

Cuca: "Deliciosa experiencia"

Review by: Felix A | Source: Trip Advisor
Fuimos a este restaurante la última noche del viaje en bali y fue la mejor decisión que tomamos.. Se nota que hay mucho trabajo y disciplina en cada uno de lo detalles de este restaurante desde el diseño el personal el concepto......llegamos aqui a las 6 de la tarde para tomar un almuerzo-cena... Cada plato es una experiencia culinaria exquisita. Los cócteles Deliciosos!!! La atención del personal increíble... Recomendadisimo....volvería aquí sin ninguna duda

Supanniga Luxury Bangkok River Cruises: "Just beautiful!"

Review by: cjudenmann | Source: Trip Advisor
Top Service, very good and sufficient Thai Food, the view is beautiful. We enjoyed this nearly perfect Cruise very much and can recommend it. Very familiar athmosphere.

Glenburn Tea Estate: "“Awesome trekking in perfect surrounding – in and around glenburn tea estate”"

Review by: Sachiv V | Source: Trip Advisor
"Just got back from a 3 night solo stay at the glenburn tea estate. I can't believe how they are ranked #4. They should be #1 hands down. Pick up at the airport was prompt with a safe driver and clean car. The driver stopped at a picturesque spot for a quick picnic lunch - paneer Kathi rolls, brownies and of course tea! Enough had been written about the last descent to glenburn, so I won't write anymore. But it's all true! Once you reach the estate, you are blown away by the setting. I was lucky as the weather was clear and I could see the Kanchenjunga peak in all its beauty. Luxurious accommodations with all the conveniences you need. I had some issues with the hot water in my bathroom but they moved me to another room immediately. And even offered complimentary massages for my inconvenience. I did use the massage as I did 3 treks on the next day - 1. Hike to Ramitay Dara, 2. Hike to the campsite and 3. Hike to manjitar suspension bridge. Great views from ramitay Dara and it's an easy 1.5 HR uphill trek. The campsite is a completely different setting from the mountains. And they do a fabulous barbecue lunch. Just relax by the river and enjoy the food. The 3rd trek to manjitar was ok and can be skipped. I wasn't impressed. The dinners are along with all the other guests and it's like you are having dinner in someone's house. Met people from Germany, London, San Francisco, Denver and Singapore. Wow! Great conversations over great food. Food is a little bland for Indian taste but Faye made me a spicy butter chicken thx next day. Breakfasts are outside the water lily bungalow. Awesome setting. Fabulous service and good choices - eggs, one special every day, and the usual stuff. The 2nd day I hiked to Badamtam tea estate and the Buddha of Badamtam. It's on the hill right opposite the glenburn tea estste - so you go down to 1000 feet and then trek uphill back to 3300 feet. And then they sent a car there to take me to Darjeeling - it's about 40 mins from Badamtam tea factory. Nothing great in Darjeeling. Except to have coffee/tea at Glenarys. Faye ( the estate manager) is very good with the guests and is always available to answer any questions and offer suggestions. Along with Will and Camilla, they make a great team. And not to forget all the staff - my trekking guides - Mandeep and Dinesh. The staff - Sajit, Binod, everyone. A great place in the eastern Himalayas -'not to be missed!"

Tugu Malang: "Beautifull java architecture"

Review by: kimstet | Source: Trip Advisor
"I stayed in Hotel Tugu malang for 2 days in last February, I stayed in one deluxe room in 2nd floor not the cheapest room in the Hotel. The room is very spacious,we had a welcome message and welcome drink also welcome fruit when we are check in,Bath room is very wide Bed is very nice also,I think Hotel Tugu malang is the cheapest Tugu in Indonesia especially if you are compared with Hotel Tugu Lombok or Bali. We also have dinner last night in the Hotel they have so many choices of food,I ordered some duck and my friend ordered sop Buntut Also,Breakfast also nice they have traditionall Indonesian or java food,they provide buffee and alacarte also for the breakfast,for me the Hotel is the best Hotel in Malang. "

Samanea Beach Resort: "True Service in a Relaxing Getaway"

Review by: Berit B | Source: Trip Advisor
Samanea is delightful and the staff is very responsive to any questions or requests you may have. They truly desire to respond to your needs. We did a package for two vegetarians and the chef designed meals for us that were delcious - so much food! Lovely bungalows with mosquito nets. Charming woman who gives the spa treatments - her reflexologies and body wraps are so relaxing. Jonathan was very helpful in helping design the package and answer any questions we had. We had dinner on the beach, on the rooftop. Took a tour of the town. They have computers and a printer for your use. It was a peaceful stay where we could not have asked for anything more.
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