CAPSULE TOWN HOTEL, KUALA LUMPUR
Situated in Kuala Lumpur, 0.2 km from Petaling Street, Capsule Town Hotel provides the cheapest capsule hotel options to all types of travelers ranging from solo travelers, local travelers, couples, and even small families. Looking at the strategic location right at the smack of Kuala Lumpur with a 4 min walk to the MRT station “Pasar Seni”, Capsule Town Hotel is nevertheless the cleanest and the most affordable hotel cater to everyone. 😀
CLEAN AND FULLY EQUIPPED
Talking about cleanliness, I realized that most of the cheap dorms, capsules, and hotels around the world are full of dirt and spider webs which have been there for years. I was bitten by bed bugs in one of the cheapest dorms in Denmark (apparently not very cheap). It was an awful experience to travel with the itchiness around. However, Capsule Town Hotel is well-equipped with basic amenities such as big lockers, towels, hangers, mineral water, flip-flop, hair dryer, iron, vending machines, daily maid services, 24 hours front desk service, and laundry service to the all guests. If you need any help around the area, don’t be afraid to approach their friendly staffs to ask about directions and the best food in town! 😀
Capsule Town Hotel has a very interesting modern concept with an easy check-in process. It has three floors :
1st Floor: Standard Room
2nd Floor: Mix Capsules
3rd Floor: Female-Only Capsule
AFFORDABLE PRICES YOU CAN’T BEAT
The Standard Room (total 8 Rooms) cost around RM80-RM90 for two people. It includes a large double bed, mineral waters, hangers, towels, FREE Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, safety deposit box, hairdryer, free toiletries, slippers, drying rack for clothing, toilet paper, and a private bathroom. For this price, you will also be entitled to a FREE breakfast (until 11 am) on the property! If convert to Dollar, it is just USD10/pax. Where can you get this price with full services included?
If you are a solo traveler who wants privacy, then capsule is the best option for you as it is super worth the price for a short night stay! It cost around RM38 includes breakfast, towels, FREE Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, safety deposit box, hairdryer, free toiletries, slippers, wardrobe or closet, toilet paper, and a share bathroom. There are a total of 84 capsules that are well-equipped with a control panel on the side with blue-space LED light where you will feel like sleeping in a time machine embarking on a long journey back in time. 😛 You are also able to adjust the lighting depending on the atmostphere you like.
Last but not least, they speak your language! 🙂
Check-in Time : 14:00
Check-out Time : 12:00
BEST-RATED LOCATION – NEAR TO THE CITY OF KUALA LUMPUR
Situated at an ideal location in Kuala Lumpur, Capsule Town Hotel is within walking distance to Petaling Street aka Chinatown, Central Market, Alor Street, Bukit Bintang, and MRT Station. It has many varieties of local delights that you can never run out of choices. 😀 If you are taking the MRT, head over to the iconic Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC), Pavilion Shopping Mall, Berjaya Time Square, Lot 10, Fahrenheit 88, or dine in at Atmosphere 360 restaurant in KL Tower and Troika Sky Dining. These two restaurants will give you the best night view of Malaysia that you couldn’t ask for more! xD
LOCAL DELIGHTS AND RICH CULTURES
Petaling Street Market, which located just 4 mins walking distance from the Capsule Town Hotel is a bustling and colorful shopping district with haggling vendors that offers a range of clothing and food. It is also known as ‘Chee Cheong Kai’ (Starch Factory Street), a reference to its roots as a tapioca-producing district. Deeply immersed in Oriental culture, heritage and history, Chinatown is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist spots in Malaysia!
On the left side of Capsule Town Hotel, you will notice Guan Di Temple 關帝廟. It is one of the most impressive Chinese temples in Kuala Lumpur. It is a 121 year-old Taoist temple located along Jalan Tun HS Lee. You can easily recognise the building with a bright orange façade, that is dedicated to Guandi, the Taoist God of War. The best time of the day to visit the temple is in the early morning 7am. Not only is it much more quiet in and around the temple, you will also witness many Chinese locals burning incense and praying to a prosperous future. The best time of the year to visit the temple is around Chinese New Year.
CONTACT DETAILS :
Address: 160A, JALAN TUN HS LEE, 50000, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
“I like the willingness of the staff to help and to give you the best option on your travel and also the privacy I get with the capsule.” – Retchiel, Philippines
“Cleanliness is perfect, no weird smell in the capsule and the corridor area. The washroom is always in clean conditions. Staffs are willing to answer at most time with a good smile.” – Nam, Malaysia