Friday, 29 May 2015

Wah May Hotel

In last year, my family and I went to attend my sister’s convocation in Kota Kinabalu so my sister had arranged a hotel for us to stay in.


22nd – 25th November 2014


The times we arrived was around 12 p.m. so we direct checked in hotel. We stayed at 3rd floor with standard twin room. It cost us RM 105.00 per night.


This hotel has provides lift but its lift is quite small which enough for 4-5 people.


At lobby has a reading corner which has travel brochures for your reference. It will help you to plan your future trip in Sabah.


The hotel is so nice which provide City Bus route for references. By knowing the route of City Bus, it will make your life easy as you know which route of bus that you suppose to take off to reach the destination that you want to go.

Based on Sabah Booking, the description of route as below:-

Sector 1

Route A: Route A starts at Wawasan Bus Terminal, travels along the waterfront all the way to Jesselton Point. It then turns along Tunku Abdul Rahman Street on the other side of town and heads back to Wawasan Bus Terminal.

Route B: This route starts off in direction Api-Api, goes past Centre Point and turns around at Wisma Merdeka. It then travels back past Wisma Wawasan, before making a u-turn at the Police HQ in Karamunsing and ending up back at Wawasan Bus Terminal.

Sector 2

Route A: This route starts at Wawasan Bus Terminal and goes via Berjaya Palace Hotel to the Sabah Trade Centre. It then returns via the KK Bypass to end up once more at Wawasan Bus Terminal.

Route B: Similar Route A, return at roundabout near Police Station of Traffic.



The room has 2 double beds which suitable for 4 people to stay in.



The washroom is small but clean which I quite satisfied with it.



It has provide some sanitary such as soap, shampoo and towel.


Inside of room has a small window which can see the view of shops in Kota Kinabalu.


This room has a makeup table, TV, chairs and small cupboard.


Talking about TV, we cannot turn on the TV so we asked the help of receptionist. The staff had come to our room to repair it. The staff told us that this floor still maintain using old TV while first and second floors had been changed to LED TV while third floor will be change to LED TV soon.


At the back of door has a simple floor plan to know where the emergency exit is in case has any emergency happen.


Besides that, it has a rule and regulation at the back of door such as ensure water faucets are completely turned off, keep the noise down to a minimum level and many more. It has includes a handwriting Chinese explanation.


This hotel was still using key as the way to access to the room.

Hotel did provide WiFi but the password need to request from the receptionist.


Room Rate: 
* The price of room as below for year 2014 

Normal Bed - RM 83.00
Standard Twin - RM 105.00
Deluxe Twin - RM 10.00

* No extra charge for children aged 12 and below occupying the same rooms with parents. (Using existing beds)
* Reservation are held until 6:00 pm unless notify of late arrival or with security deposit.
* Check out time is at 12:00 noon.
*Extra bed at RM 30.00 & extra mattress at RM 25.00. 

Facilities
24 rooms with air conditioning, IDD telephone 
In house Astro with color TV
Attached bathroom with hot and cold shower 
Fridge in every deluxe room

Services
Laundry services, courier service, Facsimile service, safety box service, Rent a Car service, tourist information & Hair dryer (available upon request).

Wah May Hotel is quite strategic as it is located at the town area. The price of room is considering cheap. Around hotel have many shops and shopping mall such as Milimewah Superstore, Wisma Merdeka and Suria Sabah. Behind Wah May Hotel has taxi station and bus stop.

Map to Wah May Hotel

Wah May Hotel
36 Jalan Haji Saman
88000 Kota Kinabalu,
Sabah
Tel: 088-266118, 266119
Fax: 088-266122

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