Hotel Kesawan

Address: Jalan A. Yani / Kesawan No. 97 / 99, Medan, Sumatra, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jalan A. Yani / Kesawan No. 97 / 99, Medan.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Kesawan Medan

Reviewed by vadetotravel

Hotel Kesawan in Medan

Reviewed Dec 17, 2013
by (13 reviews) The Hague , Netherlands Flag of Netherlands

This is a cheap hotel and facilities are very basic. No washbasin to brush your teeth. Noisy. Somebody knocked on my door at 03.00 in the morning trying to open it. Staff were chatting, singing and giggling at 07.00 in the morning which woke me up. Staff were otherwise friendly but if I would pay a little more next time for some extra comfort at another place.

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