Chulia Heritage Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsChulia Heritage Hotel Georgetown
Hostel-like, lots of young people (although not all). Very basic accommodation, shared bathrooms. All in all very pleasant though. Staff and fellow lodgers were pleasant - the place was nicely decked out for Xmas.
Not that they can do anything about it but we dislike those bathrooms where the whole bathroom is the shower-stall. Everything else about this place you could totally accept, even the shared bathrooms because they were close by, clean and ample. But the toilet seat is always wet, etc. because the shower head is simple over the toilet and sink. I didn't love this. Still, for the price and location and general attitude and comfort level, two thumbs up.
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