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Reviewed 28 September 2015 via mobile

We booked Lucky Hotel through Agoda and we chose Junior Suite. Somehow we ended in the room that is more "Deluxe" than Junior Suite. Anyway we were quite happy with the room. It was quite decent and fairly clean. It was near to places and it was not difficult to find. I must say we had a pleasant stay in the hotel. Just one tiny bit of a complaint. There is no covered parking at the hotel area and we reached there when it was heavily rain.

Date of stay: September 2015
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank pixie-alex
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Reviewed 2 August 2015 via mobile

Stayed here for a night not as a tourist. Tried to check in at 3pm, room not ready..at 5pm when we got our keys, we were surprised that the cleaner is still cleaning our room. So finally we came back to our room after dinner.

Room size is quite big but a bit dark due to lack of lightings. Bathtub looked horrible. Bed is fine. There were coffee n tea making facilities which we did not use. No place to hang our towel. Ceilings were mouldy due to leaking roof.

Private carpark at the back of hotel. No restaurant. One massage centre. Paid rm120~130 if I'm not mistaken. Wouldn't recommend this.

Date of stay: May 2015
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank fayyong
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Reviewed 13 October 2014

Not much to say about this hotel except that it is probably over-priced rooms but for those travelling with heavy luggage (due to shopping for local products) and by express coaches, it is just a stone throw away to broad the bus - nearest to Sri Maju, slightly further away Five Stars, 88, Grassland & one other.

The room goes from M$120 (online booking slightly cheaper) for a twin-bed room and compared to other tourist cities in northern Malaysia, it is considered not value for money. Even within Ipoh Town, which is between 15 to 20 minutes walking distance via short-cut route, there are more value for money hotels, especially in the "New Town" side of Ipoh Town.

Generally the room is basic (key lock rather than card key), but relatively clean, aircon/heater working, limited channels TV, hair drier etc. But for a short one night stay and the need to rush to take the 10.30am express coach after a good one hour walk to and fro the Old Town for breakfast, it is considered an acceptable choice.

For those who wish to venture out to the nearby smaller towns of Ipoh - such as Menglembu (highly recommended - see photos attached), it is better to stay nearer to the Ipoh New Town which has easier accessibility to local bus. Likewise for those who wish to go round sampling local food including two excellent western-style kitchens (Plan B and STG Boutique Cafe) and travel light, I would suggest you try staying nearer town.

Room tip: Limited street view (try 5th floor and above). But slightly more noise expected around 4.30am (motor bikes and cars) surprising on a Sunday!
Date of stay: October 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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3  Thank PKWSingapore
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