Hotel Review: Angsa Hotel Seremban Standard Queen Room

Angsa Hotel Seremban

With just a short overnight layover in Seremban, I searched for a hotel based on price, and Angsa Hotel had a good deal on agoda which I paid just RM35 for. It was also just about 500 meters away from Terminal One Seremban and a straight 750 meters away from Seremban Railway Station which makes it convenient to get to wherever I needed to go.

The façade of Angsa Hotel Seremban.

Heading into Angsa Hotel Seremban with a livery on their glass door which looks familiar.

Check-in was straightforward with my room already booked on agoda. A key deposit of RM25 was taken which was returned at the end of my stay.

Do note that there are no lifts in Angsa Hotel Seremban, and all access to rooms above the front desk are by stairs only. Also, 1st floor is actually the 3rd level if starting the count from ground, so head up another flight of stairs.

  • 3rd
  • 2nd
  • 1st
  • M
  • G (Front Desk)

Angsa Hotel Seremban Standard Queen Room

I booked a Standard Queen Room for my stay. Despite the online reviews saying that there were bugs and the air-conditioner wasn’t working, I thankfully id not face any issues throughout my stay.

A side table is available with tissues and cups. 3-pin power sockets are also located beside this side table.

A TV was also available but I didn’t use it at all since I only spend the few hours at night sleeping.

An open wardrobe is available which was convenient to store my things.

The air-conditioner is also an older type which fits through the hole. Some online comments say this makes a ticking sound at night, which I figured out was probably due to rain or water dripping on it from the above room.

The toilet was a simple affair with soap provided on the shelf above the sink, and the toilet and shower placed together. A hose was also provided for a bidet spray.


It’s a budget hotel with budget facilities, but for RM35, it was pretty worth it. While the facilities are not modern, they are functional. Everything that needed to work worked like air-conditioning, water heater, and no bugs in the bed. While the room looks run down, the floor was surprisingly squeaky clean.

I only needed a room to sleep for the night anyway, as I would be out and about again in the morning, so Angsa Hotel Seremban was a good enough transit hotel for me in Seremban.

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