Nov 2, 2015

27 A Stay At Prescott Hotel Kajang - Part 2

In April, I shared about my wonderful stay at Prescott Hotel Kajang. That was not the end of the story, however. It has a Part 2! Going ha-ha yet? I was so tied up with taking care of my relatives that I neglected my blog for several months.

Anyway, on to the continuation of this missing piece of the story. You see, the electricity tripped that night, not once but twice. The maintenance staff was extremely apologetic about it and offered to move us to another unit. I was surprised to walk into a spacious corner room - an upgrade! Here I stayed for two relaxing days.

Prescott Hotel Kajang

I love waking up with the sun on my face even if I scrunch it in protest at the early wake-up call. I'm not sure if I have ever mentioned in my blog that I have no curtains in my living room, just see-through rattan blinds which rays of sunlight can stream through. Bright and airy, that's how I love my home.

Prescott Hotel Kajang

Below are pictures of the rest of the room. At night, we relaxed at the TV corner and feasted on street food that we had packed back on our walkabout around town. The large shelves held only our half-full backpacks. We traveled light. The bathroom is equipped with all the basic necessities. And finally, that's me fooling around with the hair dryer which is attached to the drawer. I was just trying to show my friends back home how difficult it is to blow-dry my hair whilst standing up, with such a short cable.


The hotel provides a simple buffet breakfast for which I will offer no complaint. Lets just say that I am no Ms Eggs Benedict and am completely at peace to walk away grateful with a full stomach to start the day's adventure. I'm really not much of a fusspot.

Buffet Breakfast

There ends the tale of my very-pleasant stay at Prescott Hotel Kajang.

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27 comments:

  1. Not bad. Upgrade to a better room. I wouldn't mind at all. Lovely and spacious room.

    The only hotel room that I ever stayed and had dryer attached to drawer was in Cameron Highlands.

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    1. I like to be quick with the hair-drying when I'm on holiday. Sitting down and taking my time is not my idea of fun..lol.

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  2. The food photo makes me want to eat right now even though I just finished dinner. Your photo with the blow dryer is cute. I suddenly miss staycations.

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    1. Thank you, Lei! Oh, I miss staycations too. Have been so busy with other things. On a brighter note, I have a trip planned this month! ;)

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  3. Haha, so long only now got part 2. Nice spacious room.

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    1. Itulah ...hahaha ..after so long baru ingat!

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    1. Thanks, Ann - will make my way there soon! :D

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  5. The hotel is so nice to move you to a bigger and better room. Looks spacious. You look cute trying to blow your hair and at the same time trying to take a selfie. I too wouldn't mind the breakfast because I am also not a fussypot!

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    1. You and me alike, Nancy - grateful! x

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  6. Hahaha! You look so cute with the hair dryer & camera. Not sure if I can manage that. I'm really bad at selfies. Lol! xoxo

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    1. I'm started to figure it out, Shirley. I think not looking at the camera works..haha! xoxo

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  7. I do love a good hotel buffet breakfast. The room looks clean and comfortable

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    1. It was a pretty good place to stay, for a small town. :)

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  8. Place is nice, but breakfast a little bit strange for me. Too heavy maybe.

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    1. It's a typical breakfast for us ..haha ^.^

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  9. wow what a wonderful stay :D
    that's our local style of breakfast

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    1. I enjoyed the experience, yes. :D

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  10. the room look so much better than the outer. Whoa Sharon so 'gigih' one hand camera and one hand hair dryer. So Selfie Queen pose!

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  11. mmmm. Gotta love a buffet breakfast!

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  12. It's nice to have staycation sometimes.

    *Clap hands* Bravo...wah....multi-tasking...can snap photo and dry hair at the same time :)

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    1. Hahahahaha ...hard work, you knoww...! ;)

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  13. Hotel buffet...hm....it's a waste for me as my tummy cant take much in the morning. But my boys would sure love it

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    1. If it didn't come with the room, I would be having a piece of bread or biscuit for breakfast. :P

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  14. GOod that they gave you an upgrade.

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