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The cleaning services was poor. Overall condition of the apartments was very basic. For the price they charge, there should have been better facilities in the apartments. Also, the general cleanliness is poor. Carpets were not vacuumed for days...until requested by us. Some the front of office staff were also rude and not approachable. Of course, they were also some that were very helpful.
Ramesh | Sat, Jun 22, '13
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The hotel interior didnt reflect the beautiful appearance from the outside. The interior was tired and in need of maintenance and redecoration. The corridor carpet was shabby and stained, the room was however clean and quiet but basic. Service was impaired by inadequate staffing which was probably owing to the public holidays, however this should not be compromised. Allow costs of eight dollars a day for parking unless you are prepared to pay four times that for the valet service. The location was excellent however in the midst of the buzzing city of Fremantle close to bars and restaurants etc...Would recommend this hotel if the prices were more reasonable and the experience better value for money.
Michael | Sat, Dec 27, '14
Rs. 6,754Choose Dates
I had a room on the road and next time would request one further back as the gardens are beautiful and it would dull the road noise a bit more.
Kirsten | Fri, May 8, '15
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The room was great and just what we ordered. Service was very good as was location as we were going to the Arena for the Stones concert. We didn't eat however so cannot comment on the food. Nothing in Perth is worth the money. I live in Perth but have travelled a lot and we are the most expensive city in the world for accommodation, eating out and drinking! Can never justify this. The Quest was not overpriced compared to others in Perth - that's all. People seem to think that because WA is heavily into the mining industry that we all have heaps of money. I am a pensioner, but even when I worked, it was not in the mining industry. ONLY those in the mining industry earn big dollars - not the majority of us!
Lindsay | Sat, Nov 1, '14
Rs. 10,470Choose Dates
I stayed at Miss Maud Swedish Hotel on 12 - 16 September this year. I chose it mainly for its central location and safety, as well as the many good reviews I read, including its cleanliness and the good breakfast spread. I also wanted to try a hotel with character, not a serviced apartment or any that one would find in a typical hotel chain, just for a change. Overall, Miss Maud Swedish Hotel lived up to its promise. The hotel is very conveniently located - just across the malls along Hay Street and Murray Street, with access to key places like the Tourist Info Centre and the Perth Bell Tower where many tours/cruises originate (Read: Almost everything is within comfortable walking distance!). I also discovered that just a few doors away is a quaint Japanese restaurant called Nao which serves delicious, authentic ramen and other Japanese fare at relatively affordable prices (I saw long queues that weekend and realized I had really stumbled upon a gem). On my arrival, I had a pleasant surprise and was given the lovely Room 160, the Albin Suite (named after the owner Miss Maud, I believe), which was spacious and clean, with an equally roomy bathroom that had a shower/bath tub as well as a huge mirror and counter top that ran the entire length of the wall, making it perfect for preening and placing one's toiletries etc. The only setback was that the windows faced a wall and the room was just below the herb garden. It makes one wonder if anyone visiting the herb garden could accidentally look into the room, especially near the window area with a full length mirror. (In my feedback to the hotel, I suggested proper - instead of merely decorative - curtains to be fitted to ensure total guest privacy.) So there was clearly not much of a view to talk about, but thankfully the lovely room itself almost negated the need for a view, especially since I was busy sightseeing etc and was hardly in the room at long stretches during the day. I did however wander up to check out the herb garden and found four rooms there. So these may have a bit of a view and balcony (am not sure) but I managed to see one that was unoccupied (probably a Single Standard), without a window, and it was definitely a lot smaller and less spacious compared to my room/suite. The hotel is supposed to be 4-star, so it's DIY for several things (like carrying your luggage and moving it to their store room after check-out) and there are of course limited facilities other than the restaurant, pastry shop and a tiny corner for the use of the computer/internet and printing. The rooms are also arranged along very long, winding corridors, which can be a tad confusing - I lost my way a couple of times on my first day. This could be a bit of a problem for those with heavy luggage and/or mobility issues. However, it was all right for me, for I was just there for a short break, and put it all down to having a really unique experience! The breakfast spread was good, although I have become very used to excellent hotel spreads, so I found it a bit monotonous by Day Two when I was faced with more or less the same fare. But to be fair, it was the usual breakfast fare that one would expect at a 5-star hotel. I particularly enjoyed the presence of a couple of very friendly and attentive staff at the restaurant and that certainly contributed to good start to each day. I only had dinner there once and found the (Australian) beef steak and mash done with a Swedish twist simply excellent. Overall, it was a very pleasant stay, and yes, I would stay again, and would recommend others to give the hotel a try. Thank you.
Eunice | Wed, Sep 12, '12
Rs. 5,303Choose Dates
Need to improve the restaurant with different cuisine with multiple dishes to choose. Location is superb and can enjoy the swan river park with your free time. Have a good stay in this hotel. And you can go for dining for different restaurants around the hotel.
Narayanan Asokan | Wed, Aug 26, '15
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