Hotel China Town Inn2.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Location is good for the Market however, the room is very basic and worn, it was quite expensive for what it was but we only stayed for a couple of nights so it was fine. Room cleaned everyday by staff with fresh towels etc but seemed like more of a hostel than a hotel in terms of the standard.
We stayed here with our family and really loved it, clean ,friendly staff and very central . Would definitely stay again . We use to stay at a hotel up the road ( swiss ) but this is half the price cleaner newer and much more friendly staff . Thanks
Traveling for many moons thro out Asia this was far the BEST room for our budget in Malaysia Spot less rooms , great receptionist s answered all our needs Room cleaned every day by wonderful cleaning staff Wi-Fi good Best shower we have experienced in all of Asia All private bathrooms which can be difficult to find in Malaysia Very comfy beds Very quiet considering your in the middle of Chinatown Location few minutes from train station and the bus station very close only 12 ringets to airport Can't speak night enough of this hotel
Thr hotel is well located for those coming from the airport by shuttle bus. But with almost no dining options around, you have to walk. Exactly on Petaling Street, so to find the hotel, make sure you walk behind the stalls. For one or two nights it is ok. All rooms and bathrooms are tooo tiny and very basic with no amenities. That's what you got in KL for cheap prices. The hotel also offers nothing besides lift and wifi, very basic. For booking with low rates, I suggest contacting the hotel, asking for a discount code and booking directly on their website. Card payments require an extra fee.
Got a Superior Triple room - a queen and a single for about S$34 per night. Expect only the bare necessities - bed, v small tv, small toilet with shower, no windows (no noise from night market) and wifi. Centralised air-con - pretty cold for my room on the 4th floor. Day and night market right at doorstep. Day market starts as early as about 8am and the road is closed when the night vendors roll in. Expect lots of imitation products (sports shoes, sportswear, etc). Do bargain. Food stalls just right around the corner. Most noodles / porridge cost about RM$5-10. Supermarket nearby as well.
Stay at this hotel for 5 nights with my wife..the reception staff (i think all 4 person)is very friendly and helpfully. What i really like about this hotel is their cleanlines where its hard to find in other hotel around KL chinatown..even the toilet and bathroom is very clean..kudos to their housekeeping staff. Only you cant control airconditioner tempreture because its automatically centralised system..so in certain nights u will feel very cold.
My husband and I spent a night here after their sister hotel overbooked and could not give us a room. It has a great location in Chinatown, which is the primary reason to stay here. The rooms are windowless, beds are reasonably comfortable, water is hot. There is a cooler with water in the lobby. Room is reasonably clean and our neighbors were quiet, at least on the night we were there. It's a cheap place to stay in a great location. But remember: you're staying for the location, and not much else.
Pros: good position, helpful staff, rooms and beds clean, central aircon, fair price. Cons: peaceful sleep depends on neighbors, wifi free but very unreliable (in Room 102 at least). Have been coming here for five years, more out of habit than anything else.
This hotel is a decent budget hotel. Everything is ok but the aircond and toileteries. They provided only soap and shampoo. i think they should provide body shampoo instead. The aircond is a centralized aircond, so you can't adjust the temperature and fan speed of the aircond. Hair dryer is only available at the reception counter. No lift from Ground floor (main entrance) to 1st floor (Reception counter). One staff is not friendly. When i was asking for Water Dispenser, He kept pointing only, didn't even try to explain nicely. Overall is just ok.
Pros: Amazing location within Chinatown - wifi - price Cons: You can hear EVERYTHING that happens in rooms surrounding you. Even to the extent that you can hear what happens in the bathroom If you have luggage it is a struggle going through the centre of Chinatown, squeezing past all the narrow stalls in order to get to the hotel. Then you must climb the stairs
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54% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 391 reviews