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We were very happy with our stay at YiuFai guesthouse. We stayed in a double with shared bathroom one night, and a double with ensuite for two nights and the rooms turned out to be a bit bigger than we expected for a budget guesthouse...More
We stayed at Yiufai 4-7April2011. The room is perfect for our needs (2 adults, 2 small kids). We were looking for something without the frills and glamour of 3 to 5 star rated hotels but has all the essentials we need for our stay. Location...More
The price is affordable to think its right smack at the city center. MRT is just a few steps away from the hostel. Theres a security person right by the elevator so you will feel secure. Raymond, the owner is very accommodating. Some might not...More
Found this hotel from trip advisor. And we book 2 double bed with bathroom, via email straight to Raymond, the owner. It's simple. And the room is just as we expected. Small, standard, very great location, hard bed and nice host.
Raymond, the manager, and Patrick, his right-hand, were friendly, accommodating, and speak impeccable English, so you can discuss your issues easily. But there was no issue. The double room we reserved was spacious, really. I got much more space for my cheap budget than if...More
US$46 - US$203 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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