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Coco Valley is a budget hotey to stay located at Kuah town.Hotel at upstairs and Chocolate shop is downstairs.Surrounding area of the hotel is a lot of shoplots that sell a lot of things likes bags,clothes and also household items that are duty tax free.There is also a variety of food stalls that we can choose to eat.The best food we eat is at Uncle Jai's Cafe which is located at the back of the Coco Valley hotel that offer variety of foods from Western Food to Local Foods.Last and not least if you're coming on school holiday there will be Uptown @ Night Market at Kuah Town that sell a lot of things.
Let's start with the hotel. There is no lift, so I had to lug my bag up two flights of very STEEP stairs. The lady saw that I was single and alone, so I believe she gave me the worst room. The room had no window, and the walls were filthy with stains of God knows what. The furniture was old and the bed had springs coming out of it. I pulled back the comforter and there were long black hairs on the sheets. The air conditioner was barely working and there were no remotes for the air conditioning or the TV. She said, "You have to do everything manually. I also told her that I was new to the area and wanted to take an Uber to the pier to take pictures. She rudely mocked me and said, "What do you want to take pictures of". Ok, in all of the pamphlets that I picked up it said that the jhetti was one of the best places to take pictures. I stopped communicating with her. Also, after leaving the room, I realized there is some sort of mold or allergy in the room because I was stuffed up and couldn't breathe the entire night. The town - This hotel is in a horrible location and it felt very dangerous. It was apparent they do not like single women travelers. There was no decent place to eat breakfast or lunch. I went to the only coffee shop around the corner, and the woman rudely stated when I wanted a basic hot coffee, "Maybe in 10 minutes". I left. Although there are duty free shops, after exploring the merchandise, it appeared that most of the merchandise was expired, old or dirty. I bought nothing. Also, I went to the night market and was stared at and looked at like I had 5 heads, as the men and women refused to serve me. This is not a welcoming area for foreigners or white women, and they will refuse to serve you. Also, two times I went into the local market to get water, and although they actively refused to take my credit card, (Cash only), I saw both had active and open credit card machines. This is overall a very unwelcoming, sketchy area and I would AVOID at all costs. I would recommend staying closer to the beach. I took an Uber away from this little town and the areas outside this town were PERFECTION. This is a really bad area. I am a single woman, and a foreigner.
The hotel is quite new and the room is clean with slippers provided in the room. The wifi in my room is quite stable as it is located just beside the reception. Some room does not come with window (i get the room with no window), if you need one with window, best suggest to request it when you make the booking. The air con is very noisy during the first night stay and i complained about this to the reception the next morning. They promptly react and solve the problem. When i arrived back to the hotel, they already fix the problem. The room was tidily cleaned up and new towels were provided. The hotel is located strategically in the Kuah commercial zone where you can easily accessible to banks, restaurants, free duty shops and 24 hours mini marts. The Kuah Jetty is located about 5 minutess drive from the hotel. Overall, it was a comfortable 2 night stay.
Stay there for 2 night and is really a nightmare. The air-cond is not working properly and we feel so damn hot, request them to repair and asked us to wait tomorrow. I had a feeling due to we check-in late therefore, the room we get is not properly maintain or seldom use that explain why from the bathroom shower to the air-cond, all is not working properly.
Stayed here 3 nights, clean rooms with TVs and AC. The receptionist was friendly. We did our laundry here aswell. I'd advice people that are staying here to rent a bike or car to go around, the place is fairly quite with no much to do. We ended up going to a different beach everyday.
The inn is at food location, just beside the Saturday night market. The room is nice, offering in good price, but there's the smoking smell in the no window room, unlike the windows room without it.The receptionist is nice also, she can talk in english, malay and chinese. She helped us calling a car to arrive for rental instead of we walking outside to find. One thing is bad for travelers is that the inn is at the second floor and there is no elevator. [price of the day (p.o.d.) = 70 RMs]
This hotel is recommended to those who need a cheap place to sleep. Bear in mind, that you going to need rent a car as the best place to hang out is at chenang not kuah. So far it is still recommended for those who need cheap place for a family.
Stayed in this fabulous hotel for 5 days. Did not prebook, was a walk in guest, was given the room on a daily rent of MYR60. The airconditioned room along with its spacious and very clean bathroom is well worth the money. The staff is very courteous , and I thank them for their services. There is cold filtered water available for guests in the lobby to stock up. Providing Iron board was an additional facility for guests. The one and only small complaint I have , is the quality of their mattress, at times you may feel the springs inside it. Otherwise a great stay and will revisit if ever plan to visit Langkawi again
Pros: Value for money. Clean and smell good room. Nice and new furniture. Air conditioning working well. Flat screen LG brand tv. Comfortable and clean bed. Very near to duty free shop, just downstairs of your room. Fresh towel everyday. Free wifi. Cheap food just go near by restaurant within the same block of this hotel. I buy of a box of Salem light cigarette only RM8.20 very cheap compare to mainland. You can store your luggage here if you waiting for evening flight. Cons: Front door closed at 10pm, you need to use your key card to open front door. Noisy road traffic from beside road. No bottled drinking water provide, the only drinking water is from dispenser located at front counter. Water flow noise coming from wall, must be bathroom the other side of wall. CAUTION: Avoid yourself from eating at food stall nearby the river, from this hotel only 50 meter. It cost me RM45 which in KL it only cost me RM25, really unacceptable, maybe this cut throat shop owner seen tourist have a lot of money. First and last eat there. The said food stall location (6°19'14.0"N 99°51'04.1"E) http://goo.gl/maps/fRUfz
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Located in Kuah, Coco Town Inn is adjacent to Night Market with other popular attractions like Kuah Jetty within a couple of miles (3 km). This 10-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi.
The 10 rooms are air-conditioned and have ironing boards. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch LCD TVs. Rooms also include hair dryers.
At Coco Town Inn, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas. Staff members can answer questions about accommodations, and also provide tour or ticket assistance.