1st time booking a boutique hotel. Like the settings of this hotel, vintage and homely look.
We were served with a glass of cold orange juice upon our arrival - simply great!
Comfortable, clean and spacious room with big LCD, free wifi, free-flow of coffee, tea n apples too.
Staff very friendly and helpful too. Our stay was a pleasant one. will stay at this hotel again.
Breakfast simple but great.
Traveller from Singapore
Located in Georgetown, this aparthotel is within a 10-minute walk of Kapitan Keling Mosque, Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi, and …More
Could not fault this hotel.Great experience of charm and opulence at this historic building.
Stayed for 3 nights in the newer wing for the outlook over the water from the balcony.
Hotel is well located to all the colonial sites, good restaurants,stores etc.
Staff and breakfast were excellent.
Traveller from Thirroul NSW
Opened in 1884, this all-suite historical hotel is within 1 km (0.6 miles) of the financial, entertainment, cultural, and …More
Location: Right in the city
Tranport: Bus terminal near by, taxi at front of hotel. You can also wait for the Free Bus that takes you to varous landmarks. However you need to wait.
Food : Within walking distance to food in Penang Road, Kimberley, Burma Road etc.
Sights : As Bus Terminat is near by, you can take a bus to anywhere.
Shopping: All the shops are within walking distance from hotel.
Traveller from Kuala Lumpur
Located in Georgetown, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of KOMTAR, Leong San Tong Khoo Kongsi, and Clan Jetty. Camera Museum …More
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We love the ambience of the hotel. It is quietly elegant and ver comfortable. We love the period decoration in each guest room. Breakfast looking into the courtyard was very airy and fresh. Your staff was very polite and helpful. We would definitely recommend your hotel to our friends.
Traveller from berkeley, California
Located in Georgetown, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Camera Museum, and Pinang Peranakan …More
Hotel was great! Wonderful boutique hotel in the traditional Penang style, central location (easy to walk to most places) with one of the best staffs I have ever encountered. Great full breakfast and if you get tired of Asian/Malaysian food, has a top notch Italian restaurant.
Traveller from salt lake city
Located in Georgetown, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Kidland Penang, Camera Museum, and Leong San Tong Khoo …More
Sensitive restoration in historic area of Georgetown. We enjoyed the ambiance, delightful old Chinese decor. We aways eat local so did not venture into the dining room at all. Great staff.
If you are visiting Penang for the heritage don't stay at the beach area, it's too isolated from most areas of interest. Also water not always 100% clean, sewerage problems into the sea when we visited! Take care!
Traveller from australia
Located in Georgetown, this historic hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Chew Thean Yeang, Camera Museum, and Leong San Tong …More
Once i enter the "Anson" room i feel like home. A touch of local heritage vintage style, rich in local histories about Penang. Spacious, simple and clean setup which i really like about this house. Surrounding with many green plant and wooden design which making the environment more cozy and chilled. Only The white fluorescent light inside the room really kills the mood of the room. Wish they do consider using warm colour lighting instead.
Only problems i have it was the road in front the house, it was very noisy at night which make me couldn't really enjoy my good sleep.
Traveller from Kuala Lumpur
Located in Georgetown, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Kidland Penang, Camera Museum, and Leong San Tong Khoo …More
Georgetown is Malaysia’s oldest British settlement, the capital of Penang, and the island’s only large city. Ferries to Butterworth and Peninsular Malaysia depart from Georgetown several times daily. Attractions include Fort Cornwallis, Kompleks Komtar shopping mall, Kek Lok Si Buddhist temple, and nearby Penang Hill.