75 Travellers Lodge
Friendly and homely
What we say:
The 75 Travellers Lodge is a little bit tatty in places but very easy on the budget, with cheap dorm beds and very affordable budget rooms. The people who run it have succeeded in creating a warm atmosphere and you will find guests hanging out at the table and chairs at the front chatting and swapping stories. The rooms downstairs are a bit dark so it's best to have a look at some upstairs if they're available. All rooms have windows and there's a downstairs terrace to hang out on too. The WiFi is free and reasonably priced drinks and traveller fare is available. The location is relatively quiet, making this a reasonable choice for light sleepers. Friendy staff and the cavernous ground floor provides welcome respite on a hot afternoon.
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Contact details:75 Lebuh Muntri, Georgetown. T: (04) 262 3378
Email them at: email@example.com
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dorm Fan||12 ringgit||12 ringgit|
|Sgl fan share b'room||22 ringgit||22 ringgit|
|Dbl fan share b'room||32 ringgit||32 ringgit|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||45 ringgit||45 ringgit|
Added to Travelfish on: 24th June, 2009
Last visited or updated on: 23rd November, 2012
Read 75 Travellers Lodge reviews
Rated 4 out of 5
Based on 1 ratings and 1 reviews
grows on you :)
They don't respond to email. So we booked our double ac room with bathroom over the phone for 42 ringit. Basic rooms. bed and pillow with sheets. toilet , shower and a sink. ac and a fan. nothing fancy. You buy toilet paper and the use of a towel. But the staff is great. helpfull. smiling. funny. and it's a great place to meet people. we ended up staying for 6 nights. we looked around at the other places, and this is a good on.
75 Travellers Lodge reviewed by trineeugenia (Total reviews: 22) on
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