Hotel Royal Penang
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Royal Penang Georgetown
That Hotel comes together with a great Air Asia offer, for real valuable price. The hotel is huge, with nice view to the pier, Penang hill, and the seaside. The rooms are comfortable, well equipped and clean, daily room service include complementary Nescafe and tea. No mini bar, no wifi in the rooms. Cable connection is available in the rooms join to the internet, and lobby has wifi. The location is one of the best, can walk to Georgetown, or to the seaside restaurants. Also the bus Rapid Penang has stops near by.
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