Silka Maytower Hotel & Serviced Residences
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilka Maytower Hotel & Serviced Residences Kuala Lumpur
I know there are a lot of mixed reviews, but we went against all odds and thought we'd give this place the benefit of the doubt. For the amount you pay per night at this hotel, you're better off taking your money somewhere else. It's no where near what you should get for what you pay. No free wi-fi, which most hotels have now for that price. the breakfast buffet made us both sick, their pool was out of order, and the general up keep is horrible. most of the switches in our room did not work' our safe broke once, and that whole warning of cockroach and pest control completely threw us off. The people in the room next to ours decided to be super noisy and party in their room at 2:00am. When we called the front desk to issue s noise complaint, they thought we wanted a wake up call.
The service is horrible, and this was our biggest downfall of our entire honeymoon. I would not recommend this to anybody. Stay somewhere else.
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