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Lonely Planet review
Rooms are clean and well looked after here, with sit-down toilets but cold-water showers, and the location in the busiest part of town is handy for food, internet access and finding CNGs. Rooms at the back have balconies and small lake view. There's also a reasonable restaurant.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Sufia and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Rangamati.
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