x The average starting price for a place to stay in Malacca is £21 per night.
28 Kampung Banda KabaAwesome 88%
bernesg This homestay is conveniently located within walking distance of the center of old Malacca. Its garden provides a peaceful shelter against rain, heat... and tiredness. Its main asset nevertheless is the exceptional welcome each guest receives from the the family operating the place. Any problem ? Any question ? They have the answer. Thank you.
roddy Tony is a friendly , helpful , laid back person who is not interested in selling or persuading you to do anything but will provide any answers he can. The most laid back place I've stayed in anywhere in the world.
39, Jalan Kampong Pantai MelakaGreat 84%
elizabethrleigh We really enjoyed our stay at Roof Top Guest House. The owners, Mani and Raymond, were extremely helpful and very nice people. The location was excellent, close to everything you need to see in Melaka and the hostel was extremely clean throughout. Wish we could have stayed longer!
d_curzons Me and my girlfriend stayed at the hostel for 3 days and found it to be very clean and the owner Sam was very helpful. This was a good experience and if in Melacca I would suggest this as a good place to stay. The only negative point is that the double ensuite room we had overlooked the open lounge area and it was quite light at night due to the lights other than that very pleasant experience.
No. 3 Jalan Bunga Raya MalaccaGreat 81%
1-19, Jalan PM3 Plaza MahkotaGreat 80%
10-J, Jalan Laksamana 2 Taman Kota LaksamanaGreat 80%
No 63 Lorong Hang JebatVery Good 79%
liyi I stayed 1 night there. The location is great. Its closes Malacca heritage and shopping mall..you can reach by walk around 5 to 10 mins. Besides, The owner is friendly who willing to tell you the direction which you want to go.
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