STAY AWAY: The 10 Dirtiest Hotels In Asia

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Asia is a continent of old-world wonders, as well as the most recent technological and architectural advances.There’s plenty to see, whether you’re on the beaches of Thailand or in the bustling urban landscapes of China.

But be careful where you choose to stay, because some of the continent’s hotels are plagued with roaches, hairballs and worse.

TripAdvisor has rounded up the grossest hotels according to reviewers. Check them out before booking your next Asian adventure.

58% of reviewers disliked the Mahkota Hotel Melaka in Melaka, Malaysia

'First room air con broken, sliding door wouldn't lock, and lots of noise from up stairs. Changed rooms. Faced the street. Big deal you say but many rooms must do. It was like sleeping ON the street with all the traffic noise. Room smelled moldy. mould evident on bathroom tile and ceiling. Balcony door wouldn't lock.'

--TripAdvisor reviewer

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72% of reviewers disliked the Corus Paradise Resort in Port Dickson, Malaysia

'Please do not go to this godforsaken hotel. Do not get carried away by their web and ratings. It sucks. Worst service i have come across. Breakfast - flies are more than diners!!!. Rooms r crawling with cockroach.'

--TripAdvisor reviewer

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74% of reviewers disliked the Hotel Namaskar in New Delhi, India

'It wasn't completely clean, the paint on the walls was stained. But the thing that irritated us the most was that the door couldn't be closed entirely. And that was very uncomfortable.'

--TripAdvisor reviewer

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80% of reviewers disliked the Ya Ya Resort in Krabi City, Thailand

'The rotten egg smell was so strong.'

--TripAdvisor reviewer

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84% of reviewers disliked the Raj Residency in Chennai (Madras), India

'We were welcomed in to the room by two fairly grown COCKROACHES. I reported this to the receptionist and he said ''ITS NORMAL!'' in the hotel and that he would send somebody to apply cockroach killer spray!!'

--TripAdvisor reviewer

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87% of reviewers disliked the Haad Gruad Beach Resort & Spa in Ko Phangan, Thailand

'There was a massive hole in the bathroom roof and the place was so damp mould was growing on the walls. After smelling the sheets I think they don't clean after the other guests.'

--TripAdvisor reviewer

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88% of reviewers disliked the Goldkist Beach Resort in Singapore, Singapore

'This resort is really horrible! We pay so much to stay in a dirtiest place is never never worth it! Firstly the whole team including the management staffs are all very rude! They will never rectify any problems which we guest face!'

--TripAdvisor reviewer

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91% of reviewers disliked the Aspinals Hotel in Singapore, Singapore

'My gosh, i was barefoot when I notice that the floor was so dusty, i think they never vacuumed a long time, the bed, the blanket was so smelly, the window, the dresser, the toilet was totally dirty. mine you, am not that kinda meticulous that much, am a cowgurl considering I love travelling, secondly, they got this front desk smoker and funky rude. terrible experience.'

--TripAdvisor reviewer

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94% of reviewers disliked the Centaur Hotel, IGI Airport in New Delhi, India

'Wouldn't stay here if they paid me to.'

--TripAdvisor reviewer

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98% of reviewers disliked the Hotel Metro Tower in New Delhi, India

'As frequent travellers: The worst hotel we have ever been! The hotel was rotten, dirty, nothing worked, no air condition, no hotel water, smelly and dirty toilet along with mosquitoes and dirty bed sheets, extremely loud from the road, and hard to get a sleep there, the most extraordinary was ' BREAKFAST'. Three slices of burned toast bread without any additionals and one cup of black tea. If you are not a masochist then avoid this 'hotel.''

--TripAdvisor reviewer

Source: TripAdvisor

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