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Plaza Athenee Hotel Fair 5.4 The location is good and close to the major shopping malls
Swiss-Belhotel Plaza Kuwait Pleasant 6.9 Location good in the vicinity of major sightseeing sites of Kuwait. Friendly and helpful staff and a spacious comfortable room
Oasis Hotel Pleasant 6.5 I had moved from the Ibis Hotel as the stuff and hotel did not meet the star rating, it was a quick move, not many hotels available at my time of stay, so I checked into the Oasis, I had a wonderful stay, the staff was very helpful and pleasant, I will certainly will return next year on my next visit to Kuwait.
Safir International Hotel Kuwait Good 7.1 Good staff who accommodated my request for a late check-out without giving me some grief like other hotels do. Nice view from restaurant on the 19th floor.
Kuwait Continental Hotel Good 7 The management is interesting with the small issues like the big issues. The reception is so wide that many guests can meet their visitors. The breakfast was very good. It is the first hotel I found praying carpet inside the room. Hospitality upon arrival is so nice. Its price is very reasonable comparing with the others in same classification.
Le Royal Express Sharq Hotel (Previously Known as Ritz Sharq Hotel) Good 7.3 Good size place for a family of five. Reasonable price for a location close to tourist sites. A decent breakfast buffet is included.
Gulf Casa Suite Pleasant 6.6 Its location Its staff Its affiliation with kuwait intercontinatal
Flora Park Hotel Apartment Pleasant 6.1
Gulf Rose Hotel Good 7.1 Restaurent .wi fi its close to down town
City Tower Hotel Pleasant 6.6 Great location. Availability of car parking. Wi Fi service