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Photo of Sahabat GuesthouseSahabat Guesthouse

A class apart

41 Jalan Sahabat, off Tengkat Tong Shin T: (03) 2142 0689 F: (03) 2143 0689   info@sahabatguesthouse.com
http://www.sahabatguesthouse.com

Sahabat Guesthouse

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The word boutique is much overused, but Sahabat is one of only a handful of guesthouses in KL which thoroughly justifies use of the term.



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It is classy and comfortable in a way that puts many of the city’s expensive hotels to shame. Although the prices jump up at the weekend, this place offers seriously good value for money – it’s no wonder its eight rooms are so often booked out. Although located on a peaceful side street, it is within easy walking distance of dozens of bars and restaurants. Rates include a light breakfast, tea and coffee, and WiFi.


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Walk-in rates at Sahabat Guesthouse

Type of room
Low
High
Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
99 ringgit
99 ringgit
120 ringgit on weekends
Superior double room
119 ringgit
119 ringgit
140 ringgit on weekends
Deluxe double room
136 ringgit
136 ringgit
160 ringgit on weekends
Room: Standard double room, low season: 99 ringgit, high season 99 ringgit. Notes: 120 ringgit on weekends
Room: Superior double room, low season: 119 ringgit, high season 119 ringgit. Notes: 140 ringgit on weekends
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: 136 ringgit, high season 136 ringgit. Notes: 160 ringgit on weekends

Where is Sahabat Guesthouse

Sahabat Guesthouse
41 Jalan Sahabat, off Tengkat Tong Shin
T: (03) 2142 0689 F: (03) 2143 0689  
info@sahabatguesthouse.com
http://www.sahabatguesthouse.com
Room rates: 60 to 120 ringgit

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