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- The Majestic Malacca, Bar
- The Majestic Malacca, Deluxe Room
- The Majestic Malacca, Exterieur
- The Majestic Malacca, Receptie
- The Majestic Malacca, Restaurant
Over The Majestic Malacca
Dit hotel ademt de historische sfeer van de stad waarin het gelegen is. Het koloniale verleden is overal in de details terug te vinden. Toch zijn er ook moderne kanten aan het hotel; het verleden wordt geëerd, terwijl er gebruik gemaakt wordt van de gemakken van tegenwoordig. Dit ziet u ook terug in de prachtige kamers. Deels traditioneel ingericht maar met moderne gemakken als een televisie en compleet ingerichte badkamer. Het hotel biedt u daarnaast een spa voor een stukje extra ontspanning en beschikt over een bar en restaurant. Zo heeft u alles binnen handbereik!
Insiders tipAanrader voor de gastronomen onder u is de Nyonya laksa bij Donald & Lily’s. Deze laksa staat bekend als de beste van Malacca. Wees er vroeg bij, tegen lunchtijd is het uitverkocht!
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(35 m²) Ttelevisie, telefoon, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten en badkamer met bad, aparte douche en föhn.
Gelegen direct naast het centrum, aan de rivier, in de buurt van vele bezienswaardigheden.
- Diverse excursiemogelijkheden in de directe omgeving
Malacca is een gezellige stad met veel overblijfselen uit het kleurrijke verleden van Maleise sultans en Portugese en Engelse kolonisten. Ook de Nederlanders hebben hier hun sporen achtergelaten, zoals de opvallend roodgekleurde Christ Church en het Stadthuys. In de nabijgelegen St. Paul's Church liggen zelfs nog grafstenen met oude Nederlandse teksten.
U kunt Malacca bezoeken op een dagtocht vanuit Kuala Lumpur, maar het is ook zeer zeker de moeite waard om hier ook te verblijven. Dan ervaart u de stad en de sfeer op haar best.
"Good, if a bit pretentious "
No doubt this is one of the best hotels in Melaka, but so it should be given the room prices. Lovely colonial building with a modern twist in the block behind which houses the rooms. The rooms are quite spacious and well appointed, though the small TV and lack of a Nespresso machine (again, I'd expect one at this price) are a bit disappointing. Service is excellent throughout but I didn't fancy the half buffet breakfast where you had to order your main dish through a waiter.
A very beautiful hotel. Perfectly located. Just outside the centre, 15 mins walk out and also on the river if you fancy the long walk round. The river walk is wonderful, old and new buildings span each side, some painted with murals. Lots places to stop for a drink, when the heat gets too much. The hotel is divine, and from the moment you walk in, you get the scent of jasmine. The rooms, four postered, have roll top baths or showers. All accessories are available in the room, including bath salts. It's lush. A good stay. Oh breakfast is amazing, more like brunch. Worth it.
The staffs in Majestic Hotel are very friendly and helpful! My mother and I enjoyed our stay there. During the 15 mins' walk to Jonker street and Red Square, we were able to explore other shops along the way. We also like to have a leisure walk and look at the houses in the Malay Kampong located right opposite the hotel.
"Comfort Luxury Hotel for couple"
The hotel located at the walking distance to the old town of Malacca. Convenient location to many local food and tourist attraction. It is historical hotel, but the renovation is well kept, cozy with historical feel, comfort and relax. Small pool, big car park. Dining area with piano. Spa is nice. Room is spacious, especially the local desert in the room, very delicious, must try. The hotel staff are friendly. Except the customer service from travel center. Suggest to call hotel direct if you need any info for YTL group hotel, don't waste time on the travel center customer service. They way they respond is like chase you away from staying at their hotel. We book on a promotion rate, and there is free 50min spa for 2 and complimentary dinner during the stay. The spa treatment was great. Chill out on the first day. Breakfast is nice, mixture of continental and local. But the dinner is disappointing, only some simple local food, I expect for some local Baba and Nyonya cuisine, which need to pre-order ahead. There is complimentary city tour, 10am and 5pm daily. We tried out on second day morning. About 1 and half hour walk from hotel to Dutch Square. Please bring along water and umbrella from hotel, and apply sun block. The hotel staff that bring us along are friendly and knowledgeable about hotel history and Malacca history and culture. It was very interesting to listen to it while walking along the way, even for Malaysian like me. Along the way came across to a shop selling local handmade nyonya shoes (female only), it is fascinating but a bit pricey, recommend to buy a pair if you can afford, it is once a lifetime thing, and you can't find anywhere else, this skill is extinct soon as no young people to inherit. Each pair took at least month to complete. Also there are 3 historical Hindu Temple, Malay Mosque, Chinese Temple on the same street, all are built since 16th, 17th, and 18th century, slightly different from current architectural due to difference influence. When you reach dust square, if you need to go to restroom, cross opposite post office, walk along the river, you will reach the restroom, can see H&M straight. Just incase you didn't meet friendly local to give you direction. I was surprised the effort Malacca government maintain the Malacca river, when there is no raining, it is clear and you can see the fish inside, though still slightly smelly, compare to 10 years back the river is muddy and stink. The street is also clean, so please don't simply litter around. The Chung Hwa Chicken rice at the corner is not as nice as expected. But Malacca satay celup, some other local hawker food and desert worth trying, you can find along Jonker street. A lot of nice and cozy cafe serving nice coffee as well, but they open till 5pm only. Near by you can spend whole day around, there are St Paul Church, A Farmosa, many museums, especially the Baba and Nyonya museums, if you are foreigner must check out. Other location to check out are the Malacca Straits Mosque, further from town. Suggest to visit during Thur and Fri, Thur will be less tourist, you have more space for photo. Fri, Sat and Sun night there is night market.
"Superb place to stay in Melaka"
Very good service, friendly and helpful staff, very nice breakfast with plenty of choice. The reception area and upstairs dining room are wonderfully elegant. Though the rooms are in a new building, each room feels elegant in an old style, with nice fittings, pictures, wooden floors, exceptionally comfortable bed, kuih left in room for night, tea served in room on arrival. Delightful and would love to stay again.
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