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Kosma Budget Hotel

59, Jalan Haji Abdul Aziz, Kuantan City, Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia, 25000
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According to 12 guests
Perfect for solo traveler. Clean room. nice staff, great for muslim traveler to listen the adzan as well. Perfect!
Husna A.
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Based on 3 traveler reviews
24-Hour Front Desk

Nearby attractions
Sultan Ahmad Shah State Mosque
(0.30 km)
Teluk Cempedak Beach
(4.71 km)
Natural Batik Factory
(13.25 km)
(13.96 km)
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5 Traveloka customers have stayed in this hotel and given reviews:

Budget hotel. Centre town, noisy from traffic road
I really curious, why the room is too small, because the other room I accidentally see is bigger and comfortable when I ask, they said same type of room.
Good hotel for budget vacation.
Perfect for solo traveler. Clean room. nice staff, great for muslim traveler to listen the adzan as well. Perfect!
Strategic points in the city, many eateries close walking distance only. Budget hotels correspond to a short stay.
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Only Suitable For A Young and Single Backpacker (or Two)
The best thing about this budget hotel: Cheap. RM60.00 (and RM10.00 deposit) for a queen-bed room (suitable for two adults) with a clean private bathroom. Suitable for a single and short stay. The room has a brand new lcd tv (astro), aircon, an old broken cupboard and a hanger, a small mirror in the bathroom, a pair of bathroom slippers, a weirdly brown-coloured towel, a small piece of soap, a small bottle of drinking water, a sejadah and enough space for a Muslim to do his/her prayer. Bedsheets look like the oldtime but clean. Just a walking distance to the famous Pahang's royal desserts shop, Royal Pudding. In the evening, the open parking around the hotel is free. WHAT I DISLIKE ABOUT THIS HOTEL (please ready for my outbursts): Situated in an old building where the safety and security procedures were unheard during the construction of the building; so the higher your room situated the more concerned about safety if fire broke out. If you decided to stay here, please check out the emergency route first before you settle down in your room for good. Not suitable for a family with young children or senior citizen because there is no elevator/lift to get you to the rooms on 1st, 2nd or 3rd level. You have to climb the steep narrow but high stairs to get to your room. And from one level to another, you have to climb quite high and can be a challenging thing to do if you carried some heavy and big suitcases. Fuh. Oh and I found some mosquitoes inside the room trying to get to me. I guess i shouldnt open the bathroom once I check in. Maybe the mosquitoes were from the bathroom because i cant think of any other place for them to wait for the right moment before come out and play. The free wifi? I don't have the time to check it out because it was a really really short stay and i think it barely reach the 2nd level room where i stayed. No 7Eleven or any other convenience store nearby. There is an eatery which open in the evening in front of the hotel and a restaurant nearby but I think the restaurant opens during working days only. Found some hairs on the handheld bath sprayer shower which made me think they did not clean the bathroom properly. The hot shower looked brand new but wasnt function properly; i have to wait for sometime for the water to heat but what came out just barely lukewarm. There is only one plug to charge your gadgets. And the plug situated in a highly unsuitable place. I have to be a genius and tied my smartphone onto something above me in order to charge it. So you can never use the free wifi while charging your smartphone because you have to put it up above near the tv or whatever can hold it on the walls. Was told that the frontdesk reception is available 24 hours but when i wanted to check out at 6.00am the next day, there was no one there. Since i was in a hurry i decided to leave the key and the tv's remote control on the front desk and just burnt the deposit. I HALALKAN TAU because it's just RM10 and because of the nostalgic feeling; during the old days when I was so so young and smartphone was still not invented, I used to enjoy staying in this hotel. And if it wasnt for the rude male receptionist, i would never write all of the above. I can ignore bad services because i had travel some parts of the world on my own but i can never accept a rude reception by a fellow countryman who is serving and representing my favourite budget hotel in Kuantan. For so many years since i came to work in Kuantan in the early 2000s, i had recommended this hotel to anyone who needed a budget place to stay and i remember the amazing friendly, accommodating and nice people in the front desk (where are they now?). My recent stay in July 2017 was my very first time made the booking through an online booking (previously i booked by phone calls). Before i check in I made a call to tell the hotel that i will check in a little late than usual. However I was surprised and disappointed to get a rude respond from the male reception, that i must come by the promised time or else he will give the room to others because "ada ramai lagi yang nak bilik ni!" Amboi. So diva eh. With this kind of attitude, definitely will make me stay away from this hotel for a very long time.
Solo travel - Aug 1, 2017
Khalilah Sari R
First and fall in love
Ok..value for money..but i they implement the lift..i'm sure it quiet attractive...friendly fo staff...easy park for bikers...the room is good..big and very comfortable..value for money..strategic for muslim as you can hear azan subuh from near mosque...
Business - Jul 11, 2016
A Budget Hotel Worth the Price and the Location
The keyword is "budget." But to a budget traveler like me, this is a good place to stay with a range of RM60.00 to RM100.00 depends on the types of room - RM60.00 a double-bed with bathroom (a small locker with mirror/a hanger and sejadah but no TV), RM75.00 a double bed and a single bed with bathroom (TV or no TV), and RM95-RM100 for a family room (2 double beds or 1 double with 2 singles) with TV and complimentary (could be fruits or bottled mineral waters). Bear in mind this is a budget hotel so it is small in size sometimes I have to perform my prayers on the bed and of course there is no minibar or hot water for tea or coffee unless you make request to the hotel. For years this hotel has been my only choice to stay whenever I need to stay close in town for work or personal events. I love the friendly staff and the security is guaranteed. The front doors are locked after 12a.m. but there is a front desk staff or the security guard to answer the door. The hotel is old but clean. For the single and double bedrooms, the towel provided could be as old as the hotel too but it is clean. Housekeeping is provided during the day. In daylight, the area of the hotel is busy because it is situated in the office area and several banks so you may find it is hard to find a parking lot (it is a coupon parking but the parking is free from evening til night) but abundant to choose at night. It could be noisy at night so you may want to call earlier request for a room not too close to the roadside. The hotel is situated close to the Pejabat Pos Besar Kuantan. The closes malls to the hotel is Berjaya Megamall and Capital Mall (East Coast Mall). If you travel with cars and you crave for some good seafood, it is 5 minutes drive to Tanjung Lumpur where at night its the seafood haven. I remember stayed here during Kuantan on water shortage. My room was on the 3rd floor so the hotel management recommended me to use the public bathrooms and toilets situated on the 1st floor. It was a little bit problematic at first and I had to queue to use the toilets and the baths the same way like you stay in dorms.. but it was an experience which is one of the kinds..
Solo travel - Dec 14, 2015
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Hotel facility


Hotel policy

  • In-room Facilities
    • Desk
    • TV
    • Shower
    • Cable TV
  • General
    • Family room
    • Smoking area
    • AC
  • Public Facilities
    • Room service
    • WiFi in public area
  • Hotel Services
    • 24-hour Receptionist
  • Connectivity
    • LAN Internet

    Check-in and Check-out Time

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

    Kosma Budget Hotel is a hotel in a good neighborhood, which is located at Kuantan City.

    The hotel has a very good location, also near the Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport (KUA), which is only 13.96 km away.

    Not only well positioned, but Kosma Budget Hotel is also one of hotels near the following Teluk Cempedak Beach within 4.71 km and Sultan Ahmad Shah Airport (KUA) within 13.96 km.

    About Kosma Budget Hotel

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

    Have fun with various entertaining facilities for you and the whole family at Kosma Budget Hotel, a wonderful accommodation for your family holiday.

    Kosma Budget Hotel is the right choice for you who are looking for affordable accommodation in Kuantan City.

    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.

    Kosma Budget Hotel is a wise choice for travelers visiting Kuantan City.

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