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Over Mulu Marriott Resort & Spa
Het Mulu Marriott Resort & Spa is een perfecte uitvalsbasis voor dagtochten naar het Gunung Mulu National Park. Van de 30 miljoen jaar oude grotten is inmiddels 150 kilometer verkend en vier grotten zijn toegankelijk voor publiek. Een absolute 'must' als u deze omgeving bezoekt. Ook kunt u vanuit het resort talrijke andere activiteiten ondernemen in de tropische jungle, zoals raften, kayak varen, wandelen en fietsen. U hoeft zich hier dan ook niet te vervelen. In de Spa van het resort kunt u van een heerlijke ontspannende massage genieten, terwijl u de vogels hoort fluiten en de geuren van de jungle op u in laat werken. Is dat geen vakantie?
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Airco, televisie, minibar, kluisje (tegen betaling), badkamer met douche en föhn, veranda met jungle- of rivierzicht.
Gelegen aan de rand van het Gunung Mulu National Park, op ongeveer vijf minuten van de luchthaven van Mulu.
• 2 Bars
Mulu is vooral bekend vanwege de wel 30 miljoen jaar oude grotten. Hiervan is 150 kilometer verkend en zijn er vier toegankelijk voor publiek.
"Very Nice Stay"
We spent seven nights here and had a great time, very quiet and peaceful retreat after touring the National Park. We had a very nice room #206 and we had everything we needed and more. All the staff were very friendly and helpful especially V and BB in the main Bar. The only small fault was some of the food, very hit and miss some items were very good others were not very good at all such as the freezer burnt calamari and a club sandwich that was cold. and the restaurant meals came out very fast, lots of microwaves working out back. We had a great time and would like to return very soon. Thank you all.
"Luxury in the jungle"
everything about our stay here was fantastic, especially the staff. The hotel itself is really comfortable, with unbelievable luxury buried deep in the jungle. It's immaculate, and being constantly cleaned. The food was excellent, spa was perfect. The staff went above and beyond when our flight was cancelled and could not have been more helpful and supportive. It's next door to the Mulu national park and runs a free shuttle very regularly and we're quite happy to take you and pick you up on request. I would highly recommend staying here, it's a very special place.
"Nice place to stay"
I was there with my family and had a good stay for 2 nights. We opted for buffet breakfast & dinner in our package and has a good meals in their cafe. The resort is located quite near to the airport and has a jetty for boats to bring you to the caves. The accommodation is spacious and bed is comfortable. We had a wonderful stay at the resort.
"Five Stars in the Jungle"
Don't know how they keep such a high standard in such an isolated place. The only way here is a flight into the small airport unless you want to take a 12 hour boat trip up the river from Miri. The rooms are large and well appointed. The meals in the restaurant are buffet style but excellent. Staff are knowledgeable and friendly. The only problem is that the Internet service is weak, but let's face it you are in a very isolated place, so who cares. The are a number of well organised trip to the national park. We went to the bat caves one evening but only saw a few bats exiting the cave at night fall. The following day was an exciting boat ride to visit the Clearwater Cave.
"Lovely hotel in a wonderful setting"
We stayed a week at the Marriott in early June in a river facing room. The hotel was quiet as it was low season. We booked quite late (mid-May) through Agoda paying GBP90 per night including breakfast. You can sign up to Marriott Rewards to unlock other offers but the one we got was better value at the time getting a larger room for only GBP20 per night extra Airport pickup: we'd forgotten to email the hotel to confirm our flight arrival but the free shuttle was there to pick us up when we arrived at Mulu airport. Check-in: it was friendly, efficient and we got ice cold towels and a cold juice to welcome us. The room: it was huge with a separate lounge area and huge bedroom. Whilst it was a nice space, we sat in the lounge only once as we we out most of the time (that was the point of staying). The large balcony is a similar story, except we didn't sit on it once. The bed was large and comfortable. There was plenty of wardrobe space and a room safe in one of them. The bathroom was spacious and had plenty of hot water and a decent shower (plus a bath we only used for washing our clothes in). Breakfast: you can sit inside or outside. We sat outside every day but it did come with a few flies and a good smattering of ants that find their way on to the table. If that's bothers you, sit inside. The food selection was typical of this part of the world and an international hotel brand. If you want fried food then you'll find beef sausages and turkey/beef bacon. Beyond that, everything is as you'd hope for. A result for me was finding they had Lea and Perrins sauce to put on my scrambled eggs! The pool: it was quiet most days as the guests tend to spend the day in the national park but it was low season. The hotel does allow non-residents to use the pool if they buy lunch. We did see a couple of people who weren't staying asked to leave. They'd had a couple of hours by the pool by that point so they weren't too bothered. Plus it was done politely. If there is ever 20 people wanting to sit by the pool then that would use up all the sun beds. Towels are provided at the pool. Pool bar/ lunch: the choice of food was limited, particularly as they'd run out of some food items. The drinks selection was good if a little pricey. Restaurant: we are here every night choosing the buffet on the 2 nights it was available. The a la carte options aren't extensive so if you stay more than a week you will probably repeat dish selection. That said, we picked a favourite of ours a couple of times as they were so tasty. If we're being honest (and a little picky) this is where there is room for improvement. Service was inconsistent every night and depended on who was serving. Most nights bread was brought to the table, but one night we had to ask. The same is true for the water. We'd be given menus, and be asked if we were ready to order a little too quickly sometimes so would end up ordering drinks only, but then we'd sometimes have to get someone's attention 5 mins later (or more, depending on hunger levels) to order food. We also like to leave our dinner to digest before ordering dessert. Again we'd ask for a few minutes but rather than the staff return to ask in say, 5 mins, they just didn't come back. On one occasion we selected our desserts - ice cream and a slice of cake - but my partner had finished her ice cream before the waitress came back to say my cake wasn't available. And I stress that at no point was the restaurant under staffed or busy. The service was all the more frustrating because it was so fixable and it stood out because everything else was so good. The staff just need to be consistent with service, a little more attentive and be aware of any food that isn't available. That's it! The Spa: we did a mix and match, which was good value. We both chose a muscle ease massage and facial. The massage was firm and a little painful on the tired, tight muscles but the following day neither of us had any tension or tightness so it worked a treat. Wifi: good luck! It takes a long time for a page to load so don't come here expecting to remain connected to the world or to upload photos to the cloud. In a limited way you can stay in touch but you need to be patient. Instead, try putting down your phone / tablet and enjoy your rain forest surroundings! Park shuttle: whilst this, in theory, goes back and forth every 30 mins, it pretty much goes when you need it to. The park is less than 5 mins drive away so it's not a long journey. It was also at the park to pick up guests who'd done the bat exodus or night walk without a need for security at the park to call the hotel. Staff: they were all friendly and helpful with English spoken by all those we encountered. We particularly enjoyed chatting to 'Bibi' in the bar one evening when we were the only customers. Other things: We'd chosen to go bed and breakfast as we thought we'd eat in the national park a couple of nights but we didn't. As such, it might have been cheaper to go half board but we did notice there was a fixed menu each night whereas we had the whole a la carte menu to choose from. Most park tours get you back to the hotel before 7.30 so dinner in the restaurant every night isn't rushed. The hotel and national park restaurant did run out of some items. They rely on a small amount of cargo be shipped on the daily flights along with other travellers so if the flight is busy, they get less cargo. It's kind of nice that this happens as it reminds you of where you are - the middle of nowhere!
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