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15 Love Lane, Georgetown T: (04) 262 0991

Red Inn Heritage

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Set on the northern stretch of Love Lane, past the intersection with Lebuh Muntri, Red Inn Heritage is one of a number of properties under the Red Inn label in Georgetown.

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It’s a big property, running a long way back with a large reception and common fronting onto the street, along with a couple of cafe seatings laneside. There are a dizzying variety of options from large dorms to compact double rooms with private bathrooms. Most rooms have shared facilities but they’re kept quite clean. Bear in mind that the front ground floor rooms get a lot of passing traffic and the TV and chit chat may annoy light sleepers. The common area is spacious, with a pool table, big flatscreen TV and a couple of internet terminals. Advertised WiFi is very patchy -- if you need it, test it in the room you want before paying. Staff are friendly and helpful and are able to provide basic tourist information. The private bathroom rooms are not great value, but the dorms are competitively priced. Rates include free breakfast.

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Walk-in rates at Red Inn Heritage

Type of room
Type of room, low and high season prices
Dorm air-con
25 ringgit
25 ringgit
Upto 34 ringgit
Dbl air-con private bathroom
90 ringgit
90 ringgit
100 ringgit with a window
Room: Dorm air-con, low season: 25 ringgit, high season 25 ringgit. Notes: Upto 34 ringgit
Room: Dbl air-con private bathroom, low season: 90 ringgit, high season 90 ringgit. Notes: 100 ringgit with a window

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Where is Red Inn Heritage

Red Inn Heritage
15 Love Lane, Georgetown
T: (04) 262 0991
Room rates: 60 to 120 ringgit

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