In Kuala Lumpur, we enjoyed all the benefits of an hotel for two nights and days. We slept a little longer, had elaborate breakfasts and worked, blogged and relaxed by the pool. After that short break it was time for some actual traveling again so we stayed at Sahabat Guesthouse for another five nights ($121.70) to really visit the capital of Malaysia. It’s close to the Bukit Bintang station where you can take to monorail to get around the city for little money and is in walking distance of plenty of attractions as well.
At Sahabat Guesthouse we had a double room with airconditioning (with working remote, always a pleasure) and a private bathroom (with soap dispenser). After two days they ask you for the key to clean your room. If you need fresh towels or more toilet paper, you can just ask. The staff is really friendly and will serve you with a smile. There is no fridge in the room, but there is one in the common kitchen.
A light breakfast is included: toast (classic) with jam or butter and three types of cornflakes. There is an electric kettle for making tea or coffee. They have a water purifier on the taps in both kitchens as well, so unlimited drinking water. We used the little oven twice for making lunch (baguette with tomato and mozzarella) after working a morning. The WiFi connection is great in the kitchen, not so great in our room (probably depends on the room you’re in). All the rooms have a name, a nice touch! We stayed at Tangerine.
We liked our stay at Sahabat Guesthouse in Kuala Lumpur. We had all we needed, with most importantly a great WiFi connection in the common area. The room was clean, the breakfast was nice, the staff was friendly. We will remember them when ever returning to Kuala Lumpur!