What attracted me to this hotel was the low price for a single room. I paid only $25.
The room for double occupancy is $45 and that is a rip off considering the hotel's out-of-center location and numerous disadvantages.
The myriad of problems of this hotel are:
#1: If you are escaping the noise and traffic of more central areas of KL by coming here you are in for an unpleasant surprise. There is a very loud night club next to the hotel. It operates from midnight to 5am every night.
#2: Room is depressing, small and is as far from "boutique" as a frozen hot dog is from "gourmet".
#3: There are only Chinese channels on TV (that is all 4 of them). Oh, and one English sports channel.
#4: If you still entertain the notion that you are in a boutique hotel, the uninterested staff do their level best to dispel this silly idea by listening to loud music and screaming at each other across the hall.
If you do choose to stay here you can catch bus U41 or U48 to central areas in KL.
Buses run frequently and you can catch them from the bus stand that is a 2 minute walk from the hotel.
They take you very near Times Square shopping center and the monorail from where you can get to KL Sentral or Bukit Bintang.