Babylon guest house is a fully renovated guest house situated in the heart of golden triangle of Kuala Lumpur having 38 rooms all with attached toilets having hot and cold shower, mini bars and free Wi-Fi and free breakfast.
Babylon guest house provides a unique experience of accommodating tourists, leisure travellers and also business travellers. We are best rated by our customers for running a clean, safe and very friendly accommodation.
Babylon offers 16 standard twin beds with attached toilet, twenty standard double rooms
(Queen sized beds) and also four deluxe rooms.
From airport you can either take a taxi for rm 70 or bus to bukit bintang for rm 9 or to kl sentral and then take a mono rail to bukit bintang. Buses from all over Malaysia come to pudu sental station which is at a five minutes’ walk to us. Any further assistance you may contact us.
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.
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As I had booked on a computer without printing facilities the man at reception insisted on the full amount not accepting that I had already paid a deposit.
When I managed to get a printout he stalled and said that he would sort it out when I checked out but it still took half an hour argueing to get my deposit back.
The rooms were very small and not serviced so whilst it was reasonably clean it never recieved any attention until we left. It was very noisy with people arriving late at night and doors slamming I would not stay here again.
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