Eight Mentigi Guesthouse
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEight Mentigi Guesthouse Tanah Rata
the dorm we were put in was right next to the common area. they allowed families, and kids played in the common area until very late, making too much noise. there were only two bathrooms available for those staying in the dorms and they were constantly occupied. it was cheap, but i would have happily paid extra for something better.
do not stay here unless you intend on getting a private room.
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