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I don't have anything against hostels. I've spent months living in them when traveling. But this "guest house" did not have the friendly vibe anywhere. The manager/owner was beyond unfriendly and I didn't trust him. Some of the other folk staying there seemed a bit...More
We paid 140000 kip for a room (set price) and because we were only staying one night and couldn't be bothered continuing to look for other places (we took a look at the Mixok but it was too expensive) so decided to stay.
I stayed there twice ,first on july 14 was in a dorm,located in 5th floor,makesure u have enough energy to carry ur luggage ,room is ok,big bed wt ac.Then second stayed was on 20 in single fan room,room is nice,bathroom are clean n big.Wifi ans...More
I don't have any complaints about the standard of the hotel, my stay was very pleasant. Except for my last night. I was having a drink in the lobby and the night manager/supervisor got in to a fight with his wife. I had to intervene...More
The reception staff always stop me and ask my room number everytime when I stepped in like I am a trespasser, even worst that sumore they asking me to pay which I had already paid, they dont even have a proper system to manage on...More
Response from soh_kien_peng | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Smith, I am not sure if your question is whether the staff at this guesthouse are friendly and kind? I would say yes. They are not hostile and if you ask for a cup of complimentary tea or coffee over the counter they... More
Hi, Smith, I am not sure if your question is whether the staff at this guesthouse are friendly and kind? I would say yes. They are not hostile and if you ask for a cup of complimentary tea or coffee over the counter they will provide you with the cup and the tea or coffee bag. They also provide complimentary breakfast but the wifi is only available at the lobby and I saw many of the guests gathered around the lobby with their laptops. Their English proficiency level is just ok and if you ask more they may not be able to reply you. But generally speaking, as long as you make your own research, I do not think there is a need to ask them too much.
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