360 Urban Resort Hotel Hock Lee Center
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TravelPod Member Reviews360 Urban Resort Hotel Hock Lee Center Kuching
Specious, tidy, bright non-smoking hotel, comfortable beds, modern, clean, has everything - desk, fridge, phone, iron, ironing board, kettle, tea, coffee & cream, bottled water, complementary fruit basket, all toiletries & 3-story shopping arcade. Breakfast menu is OK but could be expanded.
Free shuttle service to and from city center. To & from airport shuttle at MYR 5.99., compared to MYR 27.00 by taxi. Scenic river-front close-by Suggestion: Stock-up on snacks for the night; the arcade closes before 9:00pm and there is not store anywhere around the hotel!.
Courteous staff and room maintenance.
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