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It was my first international flight... My room was good, but the building itself has some issues, I really did not like the long wait for the elevator and it's so crowded, But overall experience is oK.
Location is very good, convenient and plenty of food around. Room is too small for 2 pax. Our room was near washing machine which we have to bear with Clorox bleach smell throughout our stay(fortunately we always out). Thought of changing hotel when our neighboring...More
This was a very nice budget friendly place. We have been upgraded to family room for free so the room was bigger than expected. The hotel is clean, wifi is fast and strong. There is a microwave, a fridge and hot water in the common...More
First the positive:
The location is great to access almost anything / anywhere. Our room was also reasonable clean.
Negative: We booked the hotel under the name G-Loft. There was no mentioning of the name G-Loft anywhere at the location. Luckily we were aware of...More
- Value for money
- location is great, well... the neighbourhood it is but the building itself will put some people off
- extremely small 6sq metres like HK style
- building block is dodgy and looks dangerous but nothing serious happened to...More
US$23 - US$149 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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