It is situated in the heart of Malacca and a stone's throw away from Jonker Street. We also walked to some places of interest from this boutique hotel. The location of the hotel is superb!
I just love this Straits Chinese Inspired hotel. They have a total of 14 rooms and suites. There is an album in the lobby that contains pictures of all the 14 rooms. All the rooms are unique and blending old with modern design.
Some of the pictures to share in this post.
|Situated along Heeren Street also known as Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, wealthy Peranakan and Chinese merchants used to live in this street.|
|The hotel's lobby|
|We requested to feed the fish :)|
|The hungry fish :)|
|The courtyard, nothing to shout about, it is rather small.|
|A room is just next to the courtyard|
|The exterior design of a room|
|Our room is on the first floor.|
|Nicely made beds. It is a deluxe family room with one queen bed and one super single bed. The room is very clean and new that we could put our shoes aside. I like the wooden floor instead of a carpet room.|
|This divider with a sliding door to separate the room and the bathroom|
|Ving Yan is busy checking out the hotel's toiletries|
|The bathroom is big|
|The shower corner|
|Ving Heng : Let me try try the bed ...|
|We checked in during off peak season. We paid RM300 for the one night stay. Breakfast is included.|
|The hotel gave us this upon check in. A list of popular food in Malacca.|
|Some places of interest very near the hotel, so there is no need to drive around. This is important as the Malacca town is busy with its traffic and parking isn't easy.|