The smell of the hotel was really good. There was a parking in the basement. The metro station Salahudin was a stonethrow away, really close by.
The security at the parking (an African man) and Kamal, the helping staff or bellboy, were helpful and accommodating. In fact, I rated this 3 star mainly because of them. While checking in, I got informed about some alarming incident at home. Kamal observed that I became restless; he asked me if I was fine and even offered some comforting words! He even followed up after few minutes how my child concern was. He was really concerned!
Another plus was a Barrio Fiesta (a Filipino restaurant) as the resident restaurant where breakfast is going to happen.
Toiletries have Dental kit, which was also good. No sleepers. Has safe box and ironing board and iron.
I found the Reception/front desk lady named Icee rude not welcoming. While I was still enquiring about the twin vs king size beds, she replied to her colleague referring to me in a manner that was sarcastic, accusing and offending. She said in Filipino, “eh ayaw niya eh” (“well, she didn’t like it!”) when I didn’t mention I didn’t like and while I was still in front of her and enquiring yet from her. The room had broken window curtains, and did not not have night towels i.e. bath mag and face towels.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking