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This Property offered good accommodation in a traditional setting, however the room we had needed major refurbishment to keep the standard they wish to project. A hugh step over the bath to get into shower, very dangerous. Fluctuating hot water a Hugh crack in the...More
We are guests of the Majestic hotel and will be checking out tomorrow, we booked the colonial suite and have to say we are very very disappointed. First they try to put us in the suite right next to the restaurant which we can smell...More
We came here as a large group and were immediately accommodated with a lovely big table on the roof terrace where we enjoyed several cocktails and a great live band. Atmosphere and views were excellent
We stayed at Hotel Majestic for 4 nights in March. The location was close to everything and our balcony room (333) overlooked the river. The room was very comfortable and quite spacious. Breakfast in the Breeze Sky Bar was excellent with an amazing range of...More
returning from Ha long bay and on my way to Australia I stayed one night in this luxury hotel. The rooms are big and even the single bed is very wide. The bathrooms is ok but the shower needs to be updated to new and...More
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So you'll have no probs plugging into the wall but Vietnam is 220 volts 50Hz. One of our hotels had a 120v pllug as well, can't remember if it was Majestic (or even Vietnam). Nearly all phone/phone chargers these days can be... More
So you'll have no probs plugging into the wall but Vietnam is 220 volts 50Hz. One of our hotels had a 120v pllug as well, can't remember if it was Majestic (or even Vietnam). Nearly all phone/phone chargers these days can be charged at 120v 60Hz or 240 volts 50Hz so should not be a problem, but maybe check your specifications. I've heard some chargers get hot if used on the alternative voltage to home, even though they do both voltages.