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Sunday, 30 January 2011

Sneaky hollow.

A growing trend for provincial hotels Asia-wide it seems is to

plough all of the renovation budget into a boutique styling of the facade and lobby, whilst leaving the rooms themselves (several storeys up) in their original thread-bare state – a reality you only witness after you’ve paid upfront.

But who cares though as long as everyone on the street thinks you're staying somewhere swanky?

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