Milano Hotel Kluang Review

Milano Hotel Kluang

Milano Hotel is a local hotel in Kluang within a few neighbouring shop lots, located about 500 meters away from Kluang Railway Station. For this short overnight stay in Kluang, I chose Milano Hotel based on price and location for a twin bed room.

Heading up the stairs to the front desk.


Scan your MySejahtera and take your temperature before entering the front desk area.

I booked my Milano Hotel Deluxe Twin stay on agoda which offers the room at RM83. The check-in process was straightforward and fuss-free.

Deluxe Twin

My Deluxe Twin room was compact but sufficient.

A pillow is provided on each single bed.

Bedroom slippers and interestingly shoe polish are provided in the middle bedside desk.

A 3-pin power socket, phone, and remote controls for TV and air-conditioning are provided on the middle bedside desk.

There is a working desk in front of the TV.

2 bottles of mineral water are provided in the room.

Interestingly, there are a lot of common sense room items labelled as “not complimentary”. I wonder what was the back story for everything to be labelled as such.

An in-room safe is provided below the open wardrobe.

Additional pillows are provided on top of the open wardrobe.

Towels and soap sachets are provided in the toilet. Bar soap and shampoo are provided.

The shower isn’t very straightforward. I took about 3 to 4 minutes of fumbling with the button combinations to get warm water flowing through the water heater. Instructions are pasted on the water heater but it isn’t as straightforward as written either.

I opened the curtains in the morning longing for a fresh view of Kluang, and after taking this photo, drew the curtains again.

A day time view of Milano Hotel Kluang.


Overall, Milano Hotel Kluang offers a basic stay for a night’s sleep, but it was exactly what I needed with my late arrival in Kluang from the Ekspres Rakyat Timuran 26up and my planned morning activities in Kluang which I would have needed to check out early already. The simple stay with a reasonable price made the short stay worth it.


  1. ‘Not complimentary’ was interesting. I have never seen such labelling. I guess using them would mean a additional charge at checkout. Can you elaborate what some of these ‘common sense’ items were ?

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