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The RH Hotel in Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia

By on April 20, 2014 in Malaysia

I stayed in the RH for four nights and wasn’t overly impressed.

The breakfast was very poor, a lot of the food was not that hot, and the choice wasn’t that great. Even the orange juice was odd (it was orange and very sweet, and I doubt it had been near an orange!).

The room was clean and tidy, nice shower, but what was odd was there was no way to turn the lights off other than at the plug!

Wifi was free, but patchy and slow, and you have to get a new pass for each day with a username and password.

Parking was free – but you had to remember to get a ticket from reception to get out of the car park (lifts don’t go down to the parking garage).

Front of house service was slow. Overall I would say that the hotel needs some investment and TLC. Fixtures and fittings in my room were tired and worn, and the place needed a paint job. Not the best hotel I have stayed at.

On the plus side, the hotel was conveniently located for walking around town and was next door to a large shopping mall. However, Sibu has a rather confusing one-way system around town, so it was quite tricky to get the approach to the hotel just right, and on some occasions, I sailed right by,,,

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