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We are pleasantly surprised with the amenities provided in the hotel. Our room was spacious, even though a little noisy as it was just next to the restaurant. But overall feeling was that they treat all guest with respect and prompt service (laundry person appear almost immediately after calling). I did my laundry everyday as the price was very reasonable.
I would recommend business or vacation traveller to this hotel definitely.
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Day 2 of Malawi Trip:
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