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Number Twenty Guest House

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Singapore, Singapore
Reviewed 25 November 2010

This guest house is located in the very accessible Jonker Street, where the weekend night market stalls are lined. Such is the convenience that one would have to bear with the din created by its surroundings. We were assigned a Double Bed Room on the 2nd level. Unfortunately, our room is situated directly above a retail shop, which only closes...

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 November 2010

after reading the other reviews on here i also have to say that the host was very rude. i don't expect a conversation but he couldn't be bothered to look up from his computer screen to say 'bye, thanks for staying' or 'hello'. Other than that the place was nice and the location very good. If you are a lone...

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Vienna, Austria
Reviewed 15 September 2010

all in all the 20 is a nice place in the middle of the tourist area and u r at all the great sights within a few minutes. english breakfast (nescafe, butter, jam, toast, end of story) is included, bathrooms r shared. another thing r the paperthin walls - especially when ur neighbours snores at night. Maids don´t show up...

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Belfast
Reviewed 1 August 2010

My wife and I stayed here as part of a long honeymoon trip in south east asia. The guesthouse, although really a hostel, is clean and comfortable but basic. Shared bathrooms are fine but on our floor they were located between our room and the breakfast area which was a little weird. The room itself was very comfortable but with...

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Australia
Reviewed 5 July 2010

After reading these reviews I realise that it wasn't just us, but the night shift host was rude to everyone. Like a Gay Malaysian Basil Fawlty. Three things he did to annoy us. When I couldn't get the hot water working in the shower he was rude and pissed off about having to help. Secondly, when we asked him if...

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Bruxelles, Belgique
Reviewed 7 June 2010

We stayed in this hotel as a family of 4, we selected it based on good advice from the Lonely Planet and booked it in advance. Upon arrival, the "host" said that usually he does not accept children because they are noisy and with the wooden floor any noise is transmitted to the whole hotel. So he asked us to...

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Malaysia
Reviewed 1 April 2010

i have to say this place is located at the most strategic place in Melaka town - right on the most famous tourist spot, Jonker Street. very convenient place to stay. i only stayed there once btw. finding this GH is not hard as it's very near to the Jonker Street entrance. if u drive there, there's ample parking space...

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kuala lumpur
Reviewed 19 March 2010

loved the interior.. lovely decorations.. east meet west concept.. nice room.. fully air-cond with shared bathroom.. very convinent as the historical places, souvenare just minutes away from the guesthouse..

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London
Reviewed 11 January 2010

This is a 'guest house' and the low price reflects that. It's an old wooden building with wide corridors and wooden floors. There is an air of calm away from the busy street outside. The rooms are large, very simple and very clean. The bathrooms are shared. The staff are friendly and helpful, there is a very relaxed vibe here....

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SEA
Reviewed 29 November 2009

It's a really nice space and right on historic Jonker Street. It does look a bit spartan as other reviewers have observed but I don't mind it that much. The rooms are clean and newish. The dealbreaker is really the timber floors and soundproofing (or lack thereof). If you get inconsiderate fellow guests (as I did) who talk loudly at...

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Address: Twenty Guest House 20 Jalan Hang Jebat, Melaka 75200, Malaysia
Region: Malaysia > Melaka State > Central Melaka District > Melaka
Number of rooms: 6
Also Known As:
Number Twenty Guest House Hotel Melaka
Number 20 Guest House
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“Rooms in the back would be more noisy because of he noise from the restaurant”
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