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Hotel Seven Nite

No. 11, Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 50000
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According to 13 guests
Based on 23 traveler reviews
24-Hour Front Desk

Nearby attractions
Chinatown / Petaling Street
(0.05 km)
Guan Di Temple
(0.19 km)
Central Market
(0.28 km)
Pasar Seni MRT
(0.43 km)
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Based on 6 reviews

Very Good
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You get what you paid for. but it's comfortable enough and everything seems to be functioning well. the hotel is bang smacked right next to the hustle and bustle of Chinatown and easy walking to the commuter station.
- Business travel
Like home, every come to kualalumpur definitely stay here
Location strategic for shopping and travelling around KL
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Very satisfying and reasonably priced
- Business travel
During the 3 day stay TV off, ask for room cleaned but just return the room still had not been cleaned, the rooms are small, no toiletries at all.
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Friends getaway3
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Nasty Malay manageress - Nur/Noor
the a/c room was good. not complain. the toilet are clean but bcz of quality of other guests, toilets got disgusted. the elevator is very helpful. they are generous with fans so it's very windy. the young female and male staffs very nice and helpful except the malay woman called Nur/Noor, who couldn't wait to show off that she is in charge! she took petty matter in a nasty ways until I said i'll report she to the owner then she withdrew a bit. she was weak in mathetematic, asking to check out while i had already paid for the night. a trouble maker not a solver. Stayed March 2015
Solo travel - Feb 14, 2016
A BIG NO!!!!
I stayed in this hotel for few weeks due to work. This hotel has the worse ever receptionist with irritating loud voice I have seen in my life!! She is an Indian lady named Amutha,extremely rude & even shout at customers. She acts as if she is the owner of the hotel & act so bossy.She literally chased me out from hotel because of making payment late in the night for somedays.Note that I have been paying like that to the night shift receptionist for past weeks & no problem arised. Once she even refused to refill our soap when it has finished. We also got to know from other customers that she behaved rudely to them too.This hotel is a favourite destination for Bangladeshi as there is a transgender bangladeshi prostitute & other nationality prostitute who can be seen everyday in this hotel to provide ‘service'. They can be quite nuisance due to their paper-thin walls. I have to beg them everyday to do housekeeping as they only have 1 housekeeping staff per shift & some time only midnight you can get your room cleaned.Corridors are filled with rat's urine smell. Ants all over mattress.Towels are not clean,i got skin infection from it & was suffering for weeks. Otherwise, other staffs are polite & friendly.Dear Owner of Sevennite,if you seeing this review & still continue to hire rude staff & provide bad housekeeping servise im sure your hotel's rating is gonna fall down the drain!!!
Business - Aug 23, 2015
Good budget hotel in central Chinatown
We stayed here for one night whilst travelling through Kuala Lumpur. We paid RM45 for a private room (double bed) so overall quite cheap and this review reflects our experience for this room, considering how inexpensive it is to stay here. The hotel is ideally located in central Chinatown, nearby to local transport links (LRT and KTM), which made getting to and from the hotel very easy! The room was fairly small and didn't have a window facing outside. It had a good fan and a comfy bed. There were dubious stains on the bed sheets and the wall. The internet was good for us, there are a few different WiFi routers in the hotel, so you may have to connect to different routers until you get a decent connection. The breakfast was toast and jam and a hot drink. The communal area/reception area had a computer and hot and cold water dispenser, which is useful. Overall, for a budget hotel this place is pretty good. We only stayed for one night and was ideal for us as it was ideally located near to good transport links.
Couples - Aug 1, 2015
forget wifi
I stayed at the backpacker in a private room 2 nights and then when I realized that the 4 people dorm was empty and cost 25 RM I moved there. But if you are the person that after been out need to search for information for your next activities and book your fly tickets, skype with family, etc...Don't go!! is a clean place and good for sleep. Beads and rooms are very, very small, but ok for sleep.
Solo travel - Mar 28, 2015
John S
Good price/quality
I stayed in a standard two person bedroom for three nights. There are more types of rooms and obviously my experience only reflects the room I stayed in. Overall, I would recommend this hotel to anyone. Do keep in mind what kind of price category this hotel is, don't expect too much of it. Location 5/5: In the middle of Chinatown next to Petaling Street, within walking distance of the northbound bus station, free city bus, subway and monorail. Hospitality 4/5: Our room clearly wasn't cleaned before our arrival. When we noticed it, they throughly cleaned the room. You get fresh towels and room service on request. If you need a power adapter/converter, they will borrow you one. The receptionists give great and honest advise about Kuala Lumpur and your exit route to you next destination. Room 2/5: Lack of power outlets (only one) and storeroom (one chair). The bed is comfortable and the AC is good. Walls are thin, you can hear your neighbours showering and everything in the hallway. Also some sort of water pressure pump that makes noise. It sounds horrible, but I slept very good! On the plus side, our room didn't have any windows so it was pitch black and you don't hear any street noise. Bathroom 5/5: On the small side, but big enough for me. The Water pressure is amazing and it's hot. Utilities 4/5: Wifi works and it's fast, but not accessible in some rooms. Few computers in the lobby are free to use. Useful city maps at the reception.
Couples - Jan 19, 2015
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Hotel facility


Hotel policy

  • Nearby Facilities
    • Shops
    • ATM/Banking
    • Hair salon
    • Grocery
    • Supermarket
    • Laundry
    • Beauty salon
  • Hotel Services
    • 24-hour Receptionist
    • Luggage storage
    • Limited hours room service
    • Late check-out
    • 24-hour security
  • Public Facilities
    • Room service
    • WiFi in public area
    • Elevator
    • Late check-out
  • In-room Facilities
    • Desk
    • TV
    • Shower
    • Cable TV
  • General
    • Family room
    • Smoking area
    • AC
    • Non-smoking room
  • Business Facilities
    • Computer station
    • Photocopier
  • Connectivity
    • LAN Internet

      Check-in and Check-out Time

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

      Hotel Seven Nite is a hotel in a good neighborhood, which is located at Chinatown.

      The hotel is located only 1.06 km away from Hang Tuah Station.

      Not only well positioned, but Hotel Seven Nite is also one of hotels near the following Chinatown / Petaling Street within 0.05 km and Central Market within 0.28 km.

      About Hotel Seven Nite

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

      If you plan to have a long-term stay, staying at Hotel Seven Nite is the right choice for you. Providing wide range of facilities and great service quality, this accommodation certainly makes you feel at home.

      Hotel Seven Nite is the right choice for you who are looking for affordable accommodation in Chinatown.

      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.

      Hotel Seven Nite is a wise choice for travelers visiting Chinatown.

      i. Please note that this is a strictly non-smoking hotel. As alternative, guest may smoke outside of the premises.

      ii. Due to security reasons, only the person whose name appears on the booking is allowed to check-in.

      iii. At check-in, please bring along the Booking Confirmation sheet along with your Malaysian Identity Card (citizens) / Passport (foreign guests) for identity verification.

      Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
      Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
      Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
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