So, I attended ECC6 Impact Assessment Workshop at Rennaisance Hotel for 2 days recently. Initially I planned to stay at the same hotel where the event was organized. Until later when I learnt that there was no free internet service provided, I opted for an alternative. Nowadays, being away from office even if only for two days is a long period for my mailbox to be left unchecked. I mean, if there is another hotel nearby which provides the internet service with free of charge, why would I want to bother to pay for the usage internet at this hotel? Thus, I settled with Maya Hotel, which is located only a few walks away from Rennaisance Hotel.
The different setting of this hotel as compared with other hotels is that the layout is like hostel dormitory, whereby we can see the other rooms across our room. I was at level 11, and there are a lot more rooms up there.
The receptionist informed me that my room was upgraded to the deluxe room, with two complimentary breakfasts. The room was huge and cozy that my mind immediately freshen up with the sight of the cozy room.
|I love the couch. Must get one at home!|
It was not only Hilton which has some sort see- through bathroom. Apparently Maya has more advanced version I-can-see-you-there-bathroom! Hahahah.. Fret not,there was a curtain at the left hand side to cover up. It just that the 'security' level was a bit hmmm, not trustworthy. If you happened to bring a playful friend to stay over with you, please be careful. hihihih
The hotel management is putting very much effort in welcoming their guest which I think is a good gesture. The carpet inside the lift is replaced on daily basis. It is very useful to the guest who always on-the-go, and the guest like me who sometimes lost my sense of time. I wonder if the staff in-charge forget to replace the 'day', one day. Hmm hmmm..
The stay came with complimentary breakfast, for two. But I didn't have a friend staying with me. On the contrary, my colleague was also staying in the same hotel but she was only given one complimentary breakfast. She brought her friend along, assuming that she was entitled with two complimentary breakfasts. It turned out that she had to pay almost RM70 for the additional breakfast upon checking out. Poor her. Oh, it might turned out differently if I told the cashier to charge the additional breakfast to my room. But this lucky friend, she didn't ask anything, but signed off the bill.
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