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The Majestic Malacca Hotel - Small Luxury Hotels of The World
4.7/5216 Reviews
Malacca City Center
A true luxury small hotel. Very cozy. Room is clean. Love the tub. The welcome tea & sugee cake served in the room were nice. As for amenities, its average, could use a better quality of disposable toothbrush & provide slippers for going to the pool. Dining hall has good ambience, breakfast was good & service was personal. Dinner was above average. The pool was clean and dont feel too much clorine. The gym was a bit packed but ok to use when not many guests. There was an unpleasant smell at the dumb bells section, think its from the floor mat at that section. The little local biscuits & sweets at the lobby was a nice touch to let guest try the olden days snacks. The couple spa was fantastic👍🏻. The masseurs were pro.
Hatten Hotel Melaka
4.2/51569 Reviews
Malacca City Center
Location: It's about 15mins walk from Jonker Street. Take Grab for about RM 5 to 7, depends on the timing. Located next to Mahkota Parade, where you can find quite a lot of shops and fast food available there too. If you're taking bus from Singapore, you can alight at this hotel. Service: The staff is friendly and helpful. Cleanliness: it's consider OK to be honest, just a little stain on the table. The lobby looks grand! Others: The TV programme has to be improved. Some of the channels are dark / mute. Room is spacious, and even have a small living room at the entrance.
Casa del Rio Melaka
4.7/5216 Reviews
Malacca City Center
My second time staying with the hotel. The staff recognised us and our check-in is a breeze. As there is no available room yet, our luggage was kept for us while we goes out for lunch and they text us when the room is available.
Courtyard Melaka
4.4/5274 Reviews
Malacca City Center
This is a very new hotel which started their business in March 2023. Wanted to try on the first day of opening but due to some reason, it was delayed till now. It’s a first Marriott hotel in Melaka, so I do have very high expectations from them. As a Marriott platinum elite member, I’ve stayed in many hotel under Marriott organisation. Upon reaching the hotel with grab car, the staff came up to me immediately and lead me to the check in counter, the lobby are huge, and I can still smell that the hotel are still so new. Not much of the guest in the lobby area, it’s a Monday so I guess it’s normal. No suite room upgrade and no complimentary breakfast for a platinum member, although I was upgraded to a strait view room which I appreciated it. It can see a tiny bit of the sea. Apart from that, I guess the room size and amenity are the same. The check in staff told me that the suite room was full… I mean.. it’s a Monday.. and I literally still can see the suite room was available in the Bonvoy app. As I’ve mentioned, I’ve been to many hotel under Marriott organisation. I don’t always get upgraded to a suite room, but it was okay, I do understand all these are subjected to individual hotel policy and it’s all a good will. But I guess the staff could just tell me that the hotel are still new, the suite room are limited and it’s reserved for paying guest. I would totally understand that. But I don’t think it’s wise to you know, use a default replied as member like us, we check on the app. For me, if there’s no available suite room, I wouldn’t even ask for an upgrade. Secondly, there’s no complimentary breakfast, I paid RM70 for the 2 day breakfast. I’ve stayed in a few courtyard hotel, this was the first one that I’ve paid for breakfast, there might be other courtyard that don’t provide complimentary breakfast for guest with elite status, maybe I didn’t stay much enough to see it all. I’ve stayed with hotel that told me that their facility actually don’t offer complimentary breakfast for elite member, but they will just give it to me as a good will on top of my welcome gift. Just a little suggestion, like maybe let the counter staff to decide, if they could slip in some complimentary breakfast to guest with elite status or even guest that potentially come back again. I’m not complaining here, just some of my suggestions. The room are new, nice and spacious, very clean. Nice TV channel selection, view was great. Bed are firm to the level that I like, they offer pillow menu as well. Had very good sleep for the 2 night. Breakfast was very basic. There’s a very annoying flies flying around my table.. how did it come into the hotel, lol. Gym are small but there should be everything you need. The infinity pool are great! Very good view and very Instagrammable. Please visit the pool when you are here. The staff and friendly and nice. Would come back again to the hotel when I’m back in Melaka.
Holiday Inn Melaka, an IHG Hotel
4.3/5285 Reviews
Malacca City Center
So far hotel are clean.hotel room nice city view.breakfast very good.everything smooth during check in
DoubleTree by Hilton Melaka
4.4/5516 Reviews
Malacca City Center
The front desk staff are friendly and welcoming when we were check in with a complimentary cookies, when we got into the room we realised that the fridge wasn't working, we let housekeeping and they immediately changed a new fridge for us. the room was nice and spacious the lights are working fine however the sofa a a little old ed stained.the body foam that they provide probably only can last a day and you are need to ask the housekeeping refill it if staying more then a day . the breakfast is great although we could get a clean table and had to ask the waiter to clean the table for us before we could go and get the food. overall we love the bed the soft pillow and it was a good stay .

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Introduction to Malacca (Melaka)

Located on Malaysia's southwestern coast, Malacca, also spelled Melaka, is a UNESCO World Heritage City known for its rich cultural heritage and historical significance. With a history that stretches back to the 15th century, Malacca has seen the influence of Malay sultanates, Portuguese, Dutch, and British colonizers, all leaving a remarkable cultural imprint on the city.

"Malacca" is the Anglicized version of the Malaysian state's name, while "Melaka" is the original Malay spelling and is now the standardized name in all contexts.

Journeying to Malacca (Melaka)

The closest airport to Malacca is Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA). From there, you can take a bus or taxi to Malacca, which is about 135 kilometers south. Within the city, the main mode of transport is by car, bus, or the charmingly decorated trishaws.

The Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) is the main currency used, and English is commonly spoken, making communication easy for travelers. As for visa requirements, it's advisable to check with the Malaysian embassy in your country. Many nationalities are granted visa-free entry for tourism purposes.

Respecting local customs and traditions is essential, especially in this historical city. Modest dressing is advisable when visiting religious or cultural sites.

Must-Visit Attractions in Malacca (Melaka)

Exploring Malacca is like stepping back in time. Don't miss the iconic red buildings of Dutch Square, the antique shops of Jonker Street, and the majestic A Famosa fortress. Visit the Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum for a glimpse into Peranakan culture and the Melaka Sultanate Palace Museum for a dive into local history. For a relaxing evening, enjoy a river cruise on the Malacca River.

Weather & Best Time to Visit Malacca (Melaka)

Malacca experiences a tropical rainforest climate with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 30°C throughout the year. While rainfall can occur at any time, the driest period is usually between May and July. Light, breathable clothing and comfortable shoes are recommended.

Selecting Your Ideal Stay in Malacca (Melaka)

Choosing a hotel in Malacca depends on your needs. For proximity to historical attractions, consider Casa del Rio, located on the banks of the Malacca River. Food enthusiasts might prefer a stay in the Jonker Street area, where The Majestic Malacca Hotel offers both luxury and convenience.

If you seek a budget-friendly option, check out Fenix Inn, located near popular shopping districts. For Instagram-worthy aesthetics, the Pines Melaka, with its beautiful pool and modern design, is an excellent choice. For a touch of luxury, the majestic Hatten Hotel Melaka is a favorite among travelers.

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