We got a huge double room for £10/night, in a hostel that had a decent common area (TV, free dvd (pirated of course) movies to watch and comfy sofas) as well as a kitchen for use. These all added to the atmosphere which is less common these days, so a real bonus.
Also included was free all you can eat breakfast (noodles, eggs, toast and tea/coffee) and filtered water.
David, the receptionist who also ran the tours, was a great character that really added to our experience in Borneo. The owner is lovely and helpful, you get a useful map on arrival that we used for our entire 4 night stay!
It’s located on the edge of the main backpacker area which was the only minor down point...but we’d still recommend it :-D
- Also Known As:
- Beds Guesthouse Kuching, Sarawak
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Beds Guesthouse, located in the heart of Kuching’s very own China Town, is just a 15 minutes walk from the City centre. Nestled in between old historical buildings along the Padungan Road, we offer budget travelers a cosy, clean, friendly and hospitable stay in Kuching City. Close to eateries, watering-holes, shopping centres, banks, airline offices, money changers, florist, fruits, sundry shops and city bus routes. ... more less
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