Please check for any errors. Correct them and I would appreciate it. Thanks!!!
The first error I saw was how you wrote, "English." Only the first letter is capitalized.
This will confirmed your reservation for a sweet of four rooms on a non-smoking floor for the dates of July 3-July 9.
"Will confirmed" are 2 separate tenses. You used past tense and future tense.
"This confirms" is correct.
Right now, it also looks like someone reserved candy. :-) Suite is the word you need.
As you requested, we will hold your sweet for your late arrival.
Incidentally, we have opened a new mall of shops on the lower floor of the hotel that includes a clothing boutique, a florist, a barbershop, a beauty salon, and a sweet shop.
This is good, but I would change "sweet shop" to something else (candy store, maybe?!). It looks too much like "sweat shop" when I quickly read it. That is not a good thing to have. :-D
We look forward to your arrival. Visit our website to see a list of events and services we offer.
I would say, "Please visit..." Just sounds less demanding
If there are any way we can serve you, while you are here donít hesitate to let us know.
If there is any way we can serve you while you are here, don't hesitate to let us know.
(Notice I moved the comma).
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