Sinabung Resort Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSinabung Resort Hotel Sumatra
this hotel allow 7 local to check in the room at midnight in room 202. At last , they change me to room 208. My nightmare was starting after change to this room. There was some sound coming from top, like pushing chair, playing ball or walking around noise. I made complain to the hotel workers but they did not take this matter seriously. According to them nobody was staying 3rd floor , only a couple. Ghost ??? It stopped makig noise right at 6am.
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