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7-2 Jalan Danau Lumayan Pusat Perniaagan Danau Lumayan Bandar Tasik Permaisuri,CherasOutstanding 97%
rauldelacruzr Excellent people, very nice hosts they will help you with anything that you need. Highly recommended
No. 36 - 38, Jalan Baba Off Jalan Thambi DollahExcellent 90%
65 B, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang,Excellent 92%
jmigalbin very helpful staff. new rooms, mattresses and facilities. well kept and clean. i'd definitely come back.
No 2, Jalan Lapangan Permai 1, Off Jalan Sungai Besi, Batu 2Excellent 90%
30, Jalan Tun H.S. LeeExcellent 92%
kvladn A nice place, especially I liked the staff of the hostel, thanks to their advice was the most optimum route of travel. With pleasure, stop by the next visit Malaysia.
30, Jalan Tasik Utama 10,Medan N. Tasik Damai, Sungai BesiExcellent 90%
Kuala Lumpur City CentreExcellent 90%
No 128 & 130 Jalan Tun H.S LeeExcellent 91%
franchine2 The hotel is very well kept and the location is close to all major tourist attractions in KL. Being close to Chinatown makes it convenient for food, markets, massages etc. There is no curfew and someone is at the reception 24 h/d. The staff is very helpful weither to plan a day trip in KL or outside KL, they really know the cheapest way to get around. It is also possible to book tours with their help and they have you picked up at the guesthouse!! There was plenty of hot water for showers and A/C in the room worked well. Breakfast: Toasts with jam and peanut butter, and coffee or tea.
41, Jalan Sahabat, Off Tengkat Tong ShinAwesome 89%
andrea.k Sahabat says: "It is our goal that you return to your home with the feeling that you met new friends at Sahabat." Well congratulations, Thomas, Omar and the rest of the hosts/owners of Sahabat Guesthouse ! You've accomplished what you set out to do! I'd say I'm a rightfully cautious traveller when away from my home. The realist (but hopefully not pessimist) in me generally held the point of view that business owners and service people in the hospitality industry are your best friends until your bill is paid and you walk out their door. But this was not the feeling I was left with when I came to and eventually left Sahabat Guesthouse. I loved my stay here for many reasons ! Besides the basics: very clean, safe, all the amenities worked, plus free coffee or tea , but most important to me, the hosts/business owners (Omar and Thomas specifically, and Yum [hope I spelled that right]) were superbly hospitable, gracious, knowledgeable and helpful about KL and Malaysian travel in general. If they didn't know the answer - they'd find out for you. Sahabat Guesthouse was perfectly situated for me – on a quiet street for late night reading and emailing, and for perfectly paced slow mornings, while very convenient for getting out and about during the day. For my first stay in KL, I couldn't have asked for a better, helpful, welcoming experience. The perfect first impression of a very friendly Malaysia ! I'll come back again, if I'm ever in the 'neighbourhood'. Andrea (from Canada)
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