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Le Village Guest House

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    kl
    Reviewed 20 September 2016

    This is cheap, clean and very well spotted accommodation! I can remember a very good and friendly atmosphere, always met nice people at this place. No trouble people, only peaceful souls! But then don't expect luxury, it's basic, but it was always clean each time i went there

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    Sydney, Australia
    Reviewed 17 May 2015

    I miss this place - it was like a second home to me!!! <3 <3 <3 Hassan & Locky are the best guys running the show! It was a great place to meet people and get stuck for a while in the heart of Chinatown. To be fair, it was a bit dirty and run down but that totally added...

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    1Thank EstyPants
    Reviewed 13 May 2015

    Dirty beds, sheets never changed. No one at reception usually, they freely give out the keycode for the locking door, anyone can come in, and grab their key left at reception, to a dorm room. No lockers, very dirty all around, no AC, weak fans. Windows left open, constant mosquitoes, and smokers everywhere, the whole building reeks of cigarette smoke....

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    2Thank Aaron W
    Finland
    Reviewed 7 May 2015 via mobile

    Le Village changed from its previous location to Petaling street in the heart of Chinatown, and the bedbugs all stayed in the old place....been to the new location 3 times and not even 1 bedbug.So much better now,before was a serious problem. About the weird people staying here- HEY,you gotta be a bit open minded when you leave the safe...

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    2Thank Ancelikh
    Banda Aceh, Aceh, Indonesia
    Reviewed 16 September 2014

    I spent 2 nights in a tini tiny densely bedded room that I couldn't walk over freely. no lockers in the room so we must keep our own belongings safe by any other way. the toilet was dirty and the toilet was dirty and clogged. things that bothered me so much, dirty bed with (what looked like bodily) fluid stains...

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    1Thank RezaFahmi
    Reviewed 9 September 2014 via mobile

    This place is disgusting! THE PHOTOS ABOVE ARE OF THE OLD BUILDING which is being knocked down! This is the first bad review I have given but you need to know this place is vile! We booked 4 nights and left after second nights sleep. It was filthy dirty the place reaked of cigarettes and had a constant smokey air....

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    3Thank Cnblack
    Johor
    Reviewed 25 June 2014

    Location should be very good, as close to Puduraya & lots of F&B along/around Petaling street. There are lots of Bangladesh, but supposed is a safety place. Some amenities but observe its water dispenser supplied from direct water pipe (means probably not a filtered water). Easy to spot by building around it : It's corner block, opposite got Hong Leong...

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    1Thank TweeBoon
    Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
    Reviewed 26 September 2012

    Very interesting from a sociological point of view, if you’re interested in finding out what caricatural post-hippie backpackers look like. Let’s however precise that this involves spending a sleepless night due to the live unplugged concert of some of the local residents, with the bedbugs as chorists. Extra fun is guaranteed when the bulb of the only light passes out...

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    8Thank Tommy H
    Oakland, California
    Reviewed 22 July 2012

    I wrote a review about the Agoda Inn, everything new, clean, good mattresses, etc. None of that is true at Le Village, although the mattresses are okay (if not infested with bedbugs, that is), but I still prefer it here. Actually I was asked to pay a week ahead at Agoda Inn or move from a RM19 a night dorm...

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    3Thank nomadstar
    Saigon
    Reviewed 8 July 2012

    Ended up staying here as it was cheap not the dirtiest of places bathrooms were clean. the rooms however are crawling with bed bugs!! I have stayed in some s**t holes but for bed bugs this has to be the worst!! Also a lot of long time freaks staying there, harmless folk but totally wired to a different planet and...

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    Address: 99A Jalan Tun H S Lee, Kuala Lumpur 50000, Malaysia
    Region: Malaysia > Wilayah Persekutuan > Kuala Lumpur
    Number of rooms: 33
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    “It's corner block, supposing got window for every room.”
    • Single bed
    • Table + fan
    • Cupboard + table + fan
    • 1 Single room entrance
     of 5 bubbles TweeBoon, 25 Jun 2014 | Read review
    “I've had some wonderful naps here, and some good nights of sleep. It really depends on the habits of the guests who come and go. But when I have trouble sleeping and get rudely awakened by people being inconsiderate, it sucks... just like in any other hostel. It's handy to stay on the main floor, but if you're near the kitchen, the walls are thin and you can hear whole conversations as well as people cooking. The rooms off the common room can be noisy, too, depending on who's out there and what they're up to. There's only one bathroom on the main floor, and that requires a high level of sharing, which I think is the biggest drawback here. If you get a bed crawling with bedbugs like I did at first, you can always ask to have your room changed and they will fumigate. It's an ongoing battle, of course. After all, it is a tropical place.”
     of 5 bubbles nomadstar, 21 Jul 2012 | Read review
    “Room 32 had bed bugs... Room 19 is right outside the communal TV area...AVOID BOTH”
     of 5 bubbles hannahb52, 25 Jan 2012 | Read review
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