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Filling a midrange gap in the market

Lot 243 Jalan Sultan T: (03) 2031 6888 F: (03) 2031 6811

The 5 Elements Hotel

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Chinatown may be able to boast of many excellent budget options, but when it comes to decent midrange choices, the cupboard is somewhat barer.

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The 5 Elements is one of the few places that successfully bridges the gap between the low and high ends of the market. For your money, you get good sized, comfortable rooms, with mostly tasteful contemporary decor, modern attached bathrooms, tea- and coffee-making facilities and flat screen televisions. The highest floor rooms, not surprisingly, have the best views, and are as a result more pricey. Room rates include a basic breakfast and WiFi.

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Walk-in rates at The 5 Elements Hotel

Type of room
Type of room, low and high season prices
Standard double room
150 ringgit
150 ringgit
Upto 170 ringgit
Superior double room
180 ringgit
180 ringgit
Upto 199 ringgit
Deluxe double room
190 ringgit
190 ringgit
Upto 230 ringgit
Room: Standard double room, low season: 150 ringgit, high season 150 ringgit. Notes: Upto 170 ringgit
Room: Superior double room, low season: 180 ringgit, high season 180 ringgit. Notes: Upto 199 ringgit
Room: Deluxe double room, low season: 190 ringgit, high season 190 ringgit. Notes: Upto 230 ringgit

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Where is The 5 Elements Hotel

The 5 Elements Hotel
Lot 243 Jalan Sultan
T: (03) 2031 6888 F: (03) 2031 6811
Room rates: 120 to 250 ringgit

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