Harbour Inn

Address: No.28 Jalan TMR 12, Tmn. Melaka Raya, Melaka, Melaka State, 75000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.28 Jalan TMR 12, Tmn. Melaka Raya, Melaka, is near Malacca Sultanate Palace, Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall, Portuguese Square, and Kite Museum.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsHarbour Inn Melaka

      Reviewed by kenobi61

      Soggiorno all'Harbour Inn Hotel

      Reviewed Aug 17, 2013
      by (10 reviews) Stresa , Italy Flag of Italy

      L'unica nota positiva di questo albergo sono le stanze enormi, arredate in stile coloniale. Peccato che in queste grandi stanze non funzionava quasi niente: il televisore non dava segni di vita, la lampadina della luce del bagno era fulminata, il condizionatore era funzionante ma inadeguato alle dimensioni della camera, anche acceso tutto il giorno non riusciva a rinfrescare. Se ci aggiungiamo la posizione infelice, almeno mezz'ora di buon passo dal centro e nulla di interessante nella zona, direi che al prezzo che ho pagato (oltre 20€ a notte senza colazione) si puo' trovare di meglio.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Harbour Inn Melaka

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