Central and good value
What we say:
Do not be put off by the name of this place; it's a typical inn in name only, and this place is by and far the best inn that exists in Miri, being centrally located and having good value rooms. Glory Inn is unequivocally not a backpackers hostel either; its tiled reception is filled with plastic flowers and an intimidating looking front desk. As it does not cater solely to foreign tourists, there is little information available for those looking to find out about trips that are off the beaten track, however the staff have a good command of English, if they're a little hands off. Rooms themselves range from small doubles to family sized rooms, and include TVs, air-con, WiFi, private bathrooms and a daily change of sheets. The doubles all contain queen-sized beds and range from medium to spacious. Twin rooms are on average larger than the doubles and this is reflected in the price. Family size rooms can fit up to four people. All are a good size, with comfortable beds with proper linen. The bathrooms all have rain showers and, in keeping with the rest of the inn, are clean and new looking. Although this inn is a little sterile, if you are looking for somewhere with more privacy than a backpackers hostel then you could do worse than stay here.
Contact details:Lot 1122 & 1123 Off Permaisuri, Miri. T: (085) 420 181
What we were quoted
|Type of room||Low season||High season||Notes|
|Dbl air-con private b'room||73 Ringgit||73 Ringgit||Upto 98 ringgit|
|Family room||118 Ringgit||118 Ringgit||Upto 138 ringgit|
Added to Travelfish on: 15th November, 2012
Last visited or updated on: 15th November, 2012
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