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The Red Inn is a beautiful big building , me and my mum had a lovely stay for 4 nights. It is close enough to the heart of Georgetown , which is a lovely place to walk around - so many interesting things to stumble upon. Staff were friendly , wifi worked, breakfast was yummy , rooms were big , a happy hostel experience!
The Red Inn Cabana is central and next to a chocolate & coffee museum as a good and cheap food court with live music every night. The double room was ok, and clean, but really old and the walls thin. For us, who was waiting a modern room like on the photos, it was a disappointment. As the breakfast - toast, baked noodles and a little bit of fruit (sounds like a big choice, but it was really cheap breakfast) and it was served in a kind of living room. The people there was helpful for travels.
wow wow wow enjoy choclate butique love the food festival next door with live dancing and music love to come again
The room is neat and tidy, we had a good night there and continue to extend another night. It's definitely valued for money. The breakfast they prepared was nice too, people there were friendly and helpful. The location is great because it is near to many landmarks in Penang, beside the hostel there is a food court that is one of the popular ones in Penang. I'll definitely visit it again. However, the water flow from the shower was too low, it's inconvenient when we wanna wash our heads.
- Novice Nomad
- Mixed Group, 18-24
- (1 review)
Nice pictures in the internet but reality was different, hostel has not nearly that atmosphere it pretends to have, crew shows occupied women dorm to a man at 11 pm, don't forget your earplugs