My boyfriend and I booked grid 9 after reading how great the location is and all the positive reviews. Yes there is a station near by and yes the rooms are clean (ish) and have beds and a bathroom but apart from that there are not many more positives . The walk to chinatown (or anywhere) involved walking beside a crazy busy road,over a dark bridge and then down roads that the alot
of homeless people were sleeping and wandering on. I wiuld havr turned around instantly had I been alone. The rooms are cramped,clostraphobic and smell damp with only a small lift and no stairs to get to it. The receptionist was clearly new so we didnt mind the 30min check in time too much. To end on a positive The free computers were a bonus.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We built Grid 9 with a vision to create a social experience unlike any other hotel. Inspired by the design of a grid, we want the paths of our guests to intersect, forming a network of globetrotters around the world. More than just a hotel or a flashpacker, we are a hybrid of both. From our pods to our rooms, from our lounge to our gastropub, the Grid 9 experience is what differentiates us from the pack.Located in the heart of KL, we are a 10 minute walk to Chinatown and right next to the Jalan Maharajalela monorail station.P.S. The wifi is free =) ... more less
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