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Allexsis Hotel & Cafe Chinatown

31-M1, 31-1 & 31-2 Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Chinatown,, Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 50000
Main Entrance
standard single
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According to 39 guests
Based on 8 traveler reviews
24-Hour Front Desk

Nearby attractions
Plaza Rakyat LRT Station
(0.22 km)
Chinatown / Petaling Street
(0.29 km)
Guan Di Temple
(0.37 km)
Central Market
(0.54 km)
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Based on 22 reviews

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- Backpacking
Overall it's okay, but need to improve on hotel service. Not bad
- Backpacking
I wait almost 45 minutes to get inside room, no air cond remote, cannot connect to WiFi
Cheap hotel with double bedroom
- Family vacation
The Toilet is out of order so the reception give us other room to use the toilet, Television Off. Good for Backpacker Only.
- Shopping & Culinary
As a budget hotel, the price is low.
place is nice, price ok cheap and service standard for back packer I think is nice
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Narrow and stink Not much like a post picture.
- Backpacking
Pretty and quite strategic place, but for setting the temperature of the room and remote, please give the remote yes ☺
- Backpacking
There are no items in accordance with the price of money paid. Worth
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Very cheap and very bad
Rooms are about 4m2, no windows, the ac is 50cm above your head. The bathroom is mini. BUT the warm water works, it's very cheap. The place is in chinatown, very near to the most crowded market petaling street
Solo travel - Feb 7, 2017
Allexsis hotel&Cafe
Alexxis Café is one of the most café that is care for its customers. Allexsis café is the café that served fresh food, served hot with affordable prices. This is has always been Allexsis café philosophy. At this place, individuals can drop by to have a meet up with their friends; can hang out at our magazines corner. Here also an individual can bring along their notebook to enjoy surfing our WIFI services. The guest also can enjoy the view outside the café that is the live of Kuala Lumpur which is near the Petaling Street Market and Petaling Street. Being stated by our previous guest, they have always love this place for its wide range of food and beverages with affordable prices. Not to forget our dedicated staffs who put their best efforts to handle any custom orders from customers. One of the recent additions to Kuala Lumpur’s nightlife scene, Capricorn is already becoming a favourite of locals and expats alike. Being spread into two floors, the club’s massive party space aim to defy the trend towards venues with smaller rooms featuring types of music. The first floors are huge dance floor, comfortable sofas and a diamond-Shaped DJ deck that can be adjustable. The second floors are giving features of a chic VIP area overlooking the main floor below. Variety of music are prepare to guest like a mix of hip-hop, house, EDM and retro with a regular DJs including MIO and DJ EDz. Thinking of treating yourself a Set Lunch with a relaxing moment? Come on down and try our lip choices of mains which is Spaghetti Bolognese, Spaghetti Carbonara, Kampung Fried Rice, Nasi Lemak Ayam Berempah and a delicious Ice or hot Lmon Tea with affordable price.
- Mar 24, 2016
poor room
The food in this cafe is great. They do a lunchtime special for 10ish rinngit. We asked to see the rooms when we were finished. They showed us a decent sized room which we said we would take for the next day. Fast forward to the next day the girl had given the room to someone else, we were given a teeny tiny room that was smaller than a jail cell, you could sit on the toilet seat while taking a shower! We checked the bed for bedbugs and all was clear. Later in the night the aircon refused to work and we were offered another room which was a "dorm room"....included a double bed and bunk beds. This room reeked of stagnant water and stale cigarrettes. We stayed with the room we were given. We slept well and the room wasn't too hot and I was really happy and suprised that I didn't get bitten by anything during the night. There was some noise during the night but not a lot Breakfast was extra for about 6 rinngit for toast, tea/coffee and eggs. If you are desperate for a cheap room I would look elsewhere this hotel needs a facelift....BADLY.
Couples - Feb 5, 2016
Good Location, Bad Room
For the price I've paid for a single room with A/C (although my room's A/C was blowing little warm air) that I was better off having a regular fan. The room was very small and I mean tiny small. The bathroom/shower was also tiny small but the location and security was good. The staffs were friendly and helpful. I stayed only one night only to explore other places and there's a whole bunch of other good places for the same price.
Solo travel - Aug 20, 2015
Karl P
Terrible night sleep
By booking through Agoda this place had a pretty decent review. It seems that its because they are using the old reviews of a guesthouse called Ribbons. Firstly the rooms are tiny and I mean I have done prison tours with bigger rooms and me and my Girfriend call it the prison. The place is quite tidy and location is good. The website says stay for a complete Malaysian experience, and they do seem to have all the main mix of Malaysia working here Chinese, Malay and Indian. Unfortunately that means sleepless nights as the walls are paper thin from the chatty staff all night long, if their not talking, music is on high volume. I have never stayed in a hotel with scant regard for guests sleeping. This is my third and final night here its 2am an no sign of the noise stopping i actually think friends of the staff come here to talk after their work. Really disappointed first hotel in Malaysia and hoping that the rest of my trip the owners and workers have a lot more respect.
Couples - Jul 27, 2014
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Hotel facility


Hotel policy

  • Public Facilities
    • 24-hour room service
    • WiFi in public area
    • Coffee shop
  • In-room Facilities
    • TV
    • Shower
    • Cable TV
  • Hotel Services
    • 24-hour Receptionist
  • Connectivity
    • LAN Internet

      Check-in and Check-out Time

      Check-in: 2:00 PM
      Check-out: 12:00 PM

      Staying at Allexsis Hotel & Cafe Chinatown is a good choice when you are visiting Chinatown.

      The hotel is located only 0.8 km away from Hang Tuah Station.

      This hotel is very easy to find since it is strategically positioned close to public facilities.

      About Allexsis Hotel & Cafe Chinatown

      For you, travelers who wish to travel comfortably on a budget, Allexsis Hotel & Cafe Chinatown is the perfect place to stay that provides decent facilities as well as great services.

      24-hours front desk is available to serve you, from check-in to check-out, or any assistance you need. Should you desire more, do not hesitate to ask the front desk, we are always ready to accommodate you.

      WiFi is available within public areas of the property to help you to stay connected with family and friends.

      Staying at Allexsis Hotel & Cafe Chinatown will surely satisfy you with its great hospitality and affordable price.

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