Make Your Own Bed & Stay For Cheap: Resorts World Genting Brings 'No-Frills' To Hotels

A bedding amenity kit, which includes bed sheets, pillowcases, duvet covers, and toiletries, is provided for guests to make their own bed.

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For those who want to travel to Genting Highlands, Pahang, and stay there for a night but don't want to book an expensive room, Resorts World Genting has got your back

You can now book a standard room at a cheaper price range under their F.W.H. package, which is valid from now until the end of this year, 31 December.

But there's a catch: you gotta make your own bed. 

The letter 'F' stands for "Fix your own bed" because no hotel staff will do it for you. 'W' is for "Waived early check-in fee", so you do not need to rush to check in. Lastly, 'H' stands for "Hygienic stay", which is maintained by the hotel to ensure that guests are comfortable and their stay is satisfactory.

Guests who book under the F.W.H. package will be provided with a bedding amenity kit

This kit includes bed sheets, pillow cases, a duvet cover, and toiletries to help you make the bed.

However, if you would like to change to a different room and no longer want this package, do note that the prices are subjected to what the hotel charges during that time.

On the occasion you don't feel like making your bed, you can request for your bed to be made for you with an additional charge of RM60.

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After Resorts World Genting introduced the package, some netizens found this deal hilarious and got creative with their responses

One netizen commented, "Soon, you will have to clean the whole room yourself before you are able to check in."

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"Maybe someday there will be a 40% discount on the 'self-cleaning toilet package'," another joked.

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One wrote, "I just want a room! I will bring my own bed! 80% discount? Is it okay?"

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Meanwhile, others pointed out the serious issue of labour shortages in Malaysia

One Facebook user said, "Looks like there is a shortage of workers... Or maybe they're (the hotel) trying to save wages."

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"Serious staff shortage in Malaysia," another added.

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