This is the 2nd property we stayed in KL for a week-long vacation in Malaysia, coming back from Genting Highlands. The intention was for us to just have a place to rest before our flight back home.
I booked this hotel due to the good rate and a review said it is new. I thought the inexpensive rate was due to an "opening" promotion. It is NOT new.
I found several strands of hair on the bed. No toiletries in the bathroom. You pay 50 Malaysian ringgits (about USD$17.00) for WIFI good for 24 hrs.
It is in a crowded bargain shopping complex. A lot of people sitting by the entrance who looked like homeless people.
It is located close to the train station but you have to walk through a flea market that sells what appeared to be counterfeit smart phones, among other things. Women have to hang on to their purses for fear of having it snatched.
Food at the hotel buffet breakfast tasted like left-over food. Even the cut fruits appeared to have been a day old.
The staff were all nice though.
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