Jermyn's Ramblings (scorpiojerm) wrote,
Jermyn's Ramblings

Sahabat Guesthouse Kuala Lumpur

A couple of my friends got together and opened a guesthouse in Kuala Lumpur. They threw a slumber party for friends to celebrate this which I thought was a wonderful idea as I got sleep in their rooms and experienced first hand the coziness and quietness of the place. The guesthouse has little details left over from the original house which gives it a nostalgic atmosphere as well.

My friends say it's a no frills kind of place but I think with the decor of the rooms and friendly ambiance it's a little on the luxurious side of no frills. Of course the place is Wi-Fi enabled and there are even 2 internet stations upstairs making it easy for guests to get connected.

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I believe a trip can be made of broken by the location of the place you stay. Sahabat Guesthouse is really centrally located as it's walking distance to the great clubs and bars along Changkat Bukit Bintang, some really great shopping at Pavillion and the most amazing food just round the corner at Jalan Alor. Despite its central location, the guest house is nestled in a quiet area where many locals live.

We all were free to pick which room we wanted to spend the night in so having arrived early I chose the Suite which has it's own balcony and is the largest of all their rooms. They have a total of eight rooms; 2 standard rooms, 3 deluxe rooms, 1 superior and 1 suite ranging from RM120 - RM180 per night. All rooms have their own attached toilet.

Yam cooked up a storm and the food was delicious as always. Pictures of us having a great time are below.

I tweeted about the slumber party and someone tweeted back that it would be a great place to take up for a hens-party or a birthday party. She was right. The slumber part was great fun as we all made a lot of noise laughing, playing and run around to each others rooms. We designated one of the bigger rooms as the hang-out area.

Just to make sure we weren't making too much noise I actually took a walk around the front and back at the height of our rowdy slumber party and I can safely say you can trust buildings of old to take into consideration noise pollution.

So if you're looking for a nice cozy place to stay at a great price or are thinking of a place where you can book out all the rooms which won't be too hard on your wallet, try Sahabat Guesthouse.

Check them out at their website

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Tags: kuala lumpur, sahabat guesthouse

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