The originally named Brunei Hotel is one of maybe a dozen places to stay in the entire country of... See full review
Mar 30, 2010
Brunei hotel is considered as 3 stars, first class hotel which offers complete with bathroom and full amenities. The hotel is situated in a centre of town. 05/08FW low rise modern building. Brunei is located in Town Centre. Walking distance to Major Airlines, Banks, Offices and Shopping Complex. From Brunei International airport will take only 15 minutes drive.
Complete with private bathroom and full amenities of individual air-condition, satellite/ Colour TV, IDD, Mini Bar, Hair dryer, Coffee & Tea making facilities and Digital Safe Deposit Box.
24 hour room service
Car rental desk
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Situated on Ground floor. Cozy and warm atmosphere with a friendly service.
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The originally named Brunei Hotel is one of maybe a dozen places to stay in the entire country of Brunei. The location in central Bandar Seri Begawan is the most important asset of this hostelry, not that there's a lot to do in central BSB. The
rooms are very small, with outdated fixtures and the "wear and tear" associated with an older accommodation in bad need of refurbishment. The hotel was very quiet, but this might be due to the fact that it was mostly vacant. The bed was comfortable, as were the pillows, but they were old pillows. There is a mini-bar, with soft drinks only because alcohol is haram in Brunei. "A big bottle of water is provided free of charge," said a card on top of the mini-bar, and indeed there was a big bottle of water, full, but opened, without a label, and an expiration date printed on the bottle dated "2005." I only had breakfast in the hotel restaurant, my only beverage choices were instant coffee or weak tea, no juice. Due to the fact that there are few taxis in Brunei, I had to wait 15 minutes for one to pick me up and take me to the airport. On the whole, it wasn't that bad of a hotel, given the limited choice.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Check out the Kampong Ayer, the "floating" neighborhood with houses built on stilts over the water, home to 10% of Brunei's population.