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Reggae mansion was a very nice hostel, it sort of seemed like a hotel but with massive dorm rooms. The room was huge and you sort of get a private pod to sleep in with a curtain, lamp, power point and mirror! All staff were...More
Probably the best hostel i have stayed in.
Good clean rooms with bunks/pins built into the walls. Very private with single bed, light, air con, socket etc.
Good food and rooftop bar over looking the petronas towers.
Would definitely recommend this place for...More
This is the best hostel I have ever stayed in & was great value for money. The rooms were basic very clear, ladder to the top bunk is quite steep but as long as your tall it's not a big deal. Showers & toilets are...More
Stayed here while travelling SE Asia in February with a friend, only for 3 nights but the value was incredible. All bunks had their own private light, shelf, plug socket, usb socket and large mirror (essentials when you're a girl). The best hostel amenities. Only...More
Stayed at this hostel for 5 nights while in KL - we stayed in one of the private rooms with 1 king bed. The room was clean, and the bed comfortable. Shared bathrooms, but also very clean and never had to wait (at one point...More
US$19 - US$116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi People! So I'm seeing many positive reviews, which is great, but all the negative/average reviews are built around how the staff was unfriendly or racist in a sense. Now I'm concerned as I'm thinking about booking this hostel for my stay and I am hailing from India. Any suggestions on what I should expect? Also, should I consider other hostels considering the 'racism' issue here?
14 December 2016|
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Response from David P | Reviewed this property |
I think you won't have a problem since in july even two of the downstairs bar staff were malaysian-indians, if I say it correctly. Also, I think that the problem with the staff is not about racism. In fact, I think they are... More
I think you won't have a problem since in july even two of the downstairs bar staff were malaysian-indians, if I say it correctly. Also, I think that the problem with the staff is not about racism. In fact, I think they are not racists. The are simply unkind and like to trick with the prices.