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Photo of Heeren InnHeeren Inn

Heritage inn without the charm

23 Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock T: (06) 288 3600 

Heeren Inn

Just a few steps past the Heeren House is this inn of the same name.


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Like all of the buildings on this street, it is technically a historical building but hasn't been lovingly restored like the others. Past reception is a maze of staircases, yellowing hallways and, eventually, some pretty average rooms. They're not particularly comfortable or stylish, but do have air-con, ensuite bathroom with a hot shower and a TV with local channels. The location is central to the night life of Jonker Street and it's decent value, if nothing memorable. Heeren Inn is family-run, but they seem more interested in going about their own business than welcoming their guests.

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Last updated on 6th October, 2012.


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118 ringgit
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135 ringgit
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135 with 1 double 1 single, 165 with 2 double beds
Room: Dbl air-con private bathroom, low season: 90 ringgit, high season 90 ringgit. Notes: Upto 105 ringgit
Room: Triple air-con private bathroom, low season: 118 ringgit, high season 118 ringgit. Notes:
Room: Family room, low season: 135 ringgit, high season 135 ringgit. Notes: 135 with 1 double 1 single, 165 with 2 double beds

Heeren Inn
23 Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock
T: (06) 288 3600 

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