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... you need to cross a main road via a bridge). The twin room was very small though. Just space for the single beds and...
Location near maharajalela monorail station, room tiny but comfy, i chose twin bed with window, bathroom clean (include towel,...
... are charging 10myr Malaysia Tourism Charges even for Dorm room Even though it is not applicable for Dorm beds which is a...
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... this 18th for 4 nights. do you provide airport pickup? and i need a small personal room for me. what is the price? please get back to me on this email asap. ...
I think you'd be better emailing the hotel directly Manoj, they might not see this question in time. Go to their website and send ...
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Desk
... an individual night light and charging port (bring an adaptor or you can buy at the reception desk for a reasonable price).
Telephone
The service also "OK" Just one thing that I would reccommend is "The telephone" you know?
Internet
... nice lobby to stay where you can play billiard, board games which quite fun and desktop for your own internet conviency! 5.
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We stayed in twin rooms in this hotel for a couple of nights while visiting Kuala Lumpur. The location is great, next to a Metro station and walking distance of Chinatown (although you need to cross a main road via a bridge).
The twin room was very small though. Just space for the single beds and just one little bed-side table. No room for storage, to put suitcases nor wardrobes.
The bathroom was also pretty small. But overall the hotel has a modern look and rooms are kept clean.
Breakfast is not offered but there is a cafe on the ground floor where you can order some food.
Try to ask for a room that doesn't go to the main street, as it's a highway and the noise is constant (specially the lower the floor you are, we were in first floor and it was a bit silly).
There is a nice common room with a couple of computers and some beanbags and pool that all guests can use.
Overall it's a budget option and good location to explore.
Beware check-in is not allowed before 2pm and they're very strict with it. Also some of the desk staff are not very helpful.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Room Tip: Avoid rooms with window looking over the highway, they're too noisy
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Location near maharajalela monorail station, room tiny but comfy, i chose twin bed with window, bathroom clean (include towel, bodywash, shampo, handsoap).
Staff very nice and helpfull. All of the complete my holiday.
Cheap price but good service.
Oh ya. Sorry for the mistake i broke your glass.

See you again my lovely hotel
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Date of stay: April 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
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The Location, Maharaja Leela is in half way between KL Central and Bukit Bintang. Pure Indian Veg Food is not available nearby.
The Free WiFi is not working properly.
The Lady Receptionist was always Rigid, Rude and Unfriendly. The Management has not provided the International adapter temperorily even after the payment of security deposit. They are insisting us to purchase the adapter and market it.
Over and above the bed charges per day, they are charging 10myr Malaysia Tourism Charges even for Dorm room Even though it is not applicable for Dorm beds which is a type of Hidden Cost. Here after i won't stay here.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
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The checking in was nice and the welcome was warm. Unfortunately, due to a concert nearby, the parking lot charges RM30 per car per entry. The room is cool enough but quite small. It is however enough to fit 2 twin bed and perhaps 2 more luggages. There are limited toiletries provided (soap, shampoo & lotion). No toothbrush is provided, no fridge and no kettle. The room is basic enough for a short term stay. No breakfast is provided during my stay, but deliveries are convenient. The wifi was okay, until midnight when it was down until the next day. The water pressure was strong, but the tap is a little loose, hence we lost water for almost half a day, until i figured it out.

it is extremely near to public transportations, and around 10 minutes walk to the stadium merdeka and chinatown.
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Date of stay: March 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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it just a basic room but comfortable and worth it to stay for price 40 bucks. Cleanliness of the room is better than expected. No kettle and mini fridge in the room but for iron and kettle can be requested at reception. They do provide hot and cold drinking water at Mezzanine Floor. In term of location, this budget hotel is very close to Maharajalela Monorail Station.
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Date of stay: January 2019Trip type: Travelled solo
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I think you'd be better emailing the hotel directly Manoj, they might not see this question in time. Go to their website and send a message from there.
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Hi, As far as I know, they have triple bedroom (La Familia Room). Why don't you choose that option?
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Is there a mini-bar in the family "Triple" Room ?
Nope. However there is a bar at the ground floor
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Hey there - check out their room link: *I'm not allowed to post their website for some reason but on their website it is under /rooms/ Down at the bottom - shows they do a 4 bed "superpod" room. My girlfriend and I stayed in a basic double room which was small but very comfortable. Was excellent value and I imagine the pod rooms are the same. Hope that helps.
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