Langkasuka Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Kuala Muda, Mukim Padang Matsirat, Pulau Langkawi, Kedah, 07000, Malaysia

4 Reviews

Four Points by Sheraton Langkawi Resort
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69%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
10%
27
Very Good
29%
78
Average
30%
81
Poor
15%
42
Terrible
14%
38

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 96% more than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families43
  • Couples37
  • Solo50
  • Business20
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    Langkasuka

    by

    Booked the hotel via holidaycity.com. Response was quick and very satisfactory. I called in the day before and the reception said the place is full. Then holidaycity confirmed my booking, like within the hour. Talk about speedy service!!

    The room is NOT carpeted, but tiled. Quite spacious. We got a room with 2 queen size bed, so the two kids slept in one, and mommy and daddy slept in the other.

    Some online review has some not so cleaned shower room, but we find it not as bad as the picture.

    The usual breakfast, as well as the upgrade to the western breakfast, is very satisfactory.

    We just treated the hotel as a place to sleep, so didn't explore the surrounding much. Alas, I only found out that Langkasuka has got some very nice beach on the last day.

    Unique Quality: Just minutes from the airport.
    Also driving distance from the usual tourist spots.

  • No way this is 4-star!

    by

    I got back from Langkawi just last week and the only thing that marred my holiday was this resort. There were so many things within the room that wasn't in working condition! For starters, the phone wasn't working. There were various damaged sockets in the room that were coming out from the wall. The kettle that was provided produced murky water that was supposed to be "boiled". The housekeeping services are horrid. There was no hairdryers available and when we requested for one, they brought up one w/o a switch!! They don't even bother to have quality control checks. When we requested for 2 iced jugs of water since the kettle wasn't producing proper drinking water, they seemed really reluctant to bring those up.

    The air-conditioning was worse. It took 1.5 days for the room to be cooled. During the first night we had to use the ceiling fan.

    To top it all off, the room door can be opened from the outside if you just shake the handle abit!! Where's the security? Oh, there are no safe boxes there in the deluxe rooms so you have to bring all your valuables out with you.

    I'm not sure how they earned their 4-star rating but if you're looking for a comfortable stress-free place to stay, this is not what you're looking for. The only good thing about the room is that it's big and spacious.

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    Peaceful and Relaxing

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    We were upgraded to a deluxe room or it could of been a suite. It was huge. A fridge, tv, 2 balcony's, table, living room area, large bedroom, and big bathroom. We only paid 200 Rm a night. It was very nice but run down a bit. But clean w/ cheap room service. They had service listed all over the place such as Seafood Restaurant and pool bar that were just non-existent. We found out why later. It is a popular place for muslim families. There were only a handful of us that were't muslim. They had a family night that looked pretty cultish from our view from the ocean, drinking wine and floating around. No one was on the beach both nights. They have a little Hawker cooking area every night by the pool that is fine for a snack. I would leave for dinner next time. We ordered room service and it was a 2 on a 5 scale. Nice people and peaceful. Not close to anything within walking distance. Peak season still felt like it was off season due to the empty restaurants and bars.

    Unique Quality: Beach was deserted at night. Nice staff and decent location.

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    accomodation in peace and tranquility of Langkawi

    by

    Langkasuka beach resort provides nice accomodation at reasonable price and OK location-not very far from the airport. If one is looking for proximity to the Bazaar area, this is not the place. Room service is excellant and the housekeeping is commendable. They claim to be a 4 star hotel and one of the restaurant (Sunset Room Cafe) is quite popular amongst regular tourists. The deluxe rooms are quite big, and the bathrooms are very spacious, but no shower in the bath tub. Things I didnt like are -the Deluxe rooms do not come with a sea view, although they claim to be a beach side resort. The swimming pool is very shallow and often in the morning, it is full of leaves and twigs from nearby trees. Quite dirty. The morning breakfast is very monotonous-same food they serve everyday-no change in the menu.

    Unique Quality: The Hotel is unique in the sense that they claim to be the only on in Langkawi with a private beach. The beach is clean but not a soul in sight. Good for those looking for solitude and meditation.

    Directions: From the airport, proceed towards the beach area on the west of the islands via Helang Hotel, take a right turn and there you are. Address: Kuala Mudang, Mk Kedawang, 07000 Langkawi

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Beach resort in Langkawi

by adoc about Langkasuka beach resort

What impress me most is the size of the beds! They are huge! The room is fine.
They got a nice beach where one can play soccer and vollyball in the sand.
There is a swimming pool where local people swim with their clothes on.
The breakfast is just so so for a 4-star hotel.
It's located 30 minutes away from city center. It's quiet at night. If you want a fancy bar you have to call a taxi and go to the downtown.

Home Stay Environment

by langkawidream

Hi there,

I think i can help a little here,it's depands on where do you want to stay. Either near to the beach or to the town area. Langkawi Seaview Hotel is near to town and as for Langkasuka Beach Resort is near to the airport and beach area. Pricing wise, Langkasuka (around RM200++ per night) will be a little more expensive than Seaview (around RM150-RM160 per night). But there are many food variety for you to choose from along the beach area. You should try the sea food here. There is one chinese restaurant in Kuah town by the name of " Wonderland" they serve awsome food. You should try out.

If you would like an exclusive home stay environment, I would like to recommend you a place at Cenang Beach area and it's call " Pondok Keladi" it's low density and nice environment. Pricing cost around RM150 per night.
Here you can visit the Traveler Review about this place:

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g298283-d578244-Reviews-Pondok_Keladi-Langkawi_Kedah.html

If you need any assistant for your trip to Langkawi e.g: car rental, accomodation, or other activities, you can contact Mr. Shan 018-4666546, he can provide you a very good and reasonable service. Visit traveler review to have a better understanding:

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g298283-d578244-Reviews-Pondok_Keladi-Langkawi_Kedah.html

Rebak Marina

by wufei

Where the tides change but memories linger
The Beauty of its beaches, the tranquillity of its tropical forests and the charm of its tales are legendary. This is the world of Rebak Marina Resort. A holiday resort which promises a close encounter with nature to create an unforgettable experience.

Location
15 minutes away from paradise
Powdery white beaches. Lush green forests. Inviting blue waters.

Marvel at the wonders of mystical Langkawi (lang-kah-wee).

Bathed by the sun, cooled by the gentle breezes and lush tropical forests surroundings. A sanctuary on its south western tip, Pulau Rebak is our
own private island.

Measuring 390 acres, Pulau Rebak is one of the 99 legendary isles that make up internationally-known Langkawi, Malaysia's most popular
tourist-lesisure destination.

The resort offers seafaring adventures and jungles discoveries for a holiday that's intriguing and refreshing.

Just 15 minutes away, Pulau Rebak is accessible by boat from Port Langkasuka jetty point. Regular flights serve daily from Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Pulau Pinang to Langkawi.

Rooms
Bring you a step closer to the wonders of Nature. Willowy palm trees and fragrant local herbs surround these delightful little havens. Tailored to suit various needs, there are six different types of chalets to choose from:

Garden - 40sqm

Seaview - 48sqm

Beach - 76sqm

Family - 103sqm

Honeymoon Suite - 113sqm

Senari Suite - 113sqm
Each chalet is spacious and tastefully decorated, with timber floors and large airy windows, giving guests an excellent view of the magnificent outdoors in all its splendour.

All chalets come with fully equipped coffee or tea making facilities, private shower or bath, colour TV with in-house movies, cable TV and CNN channels. Additional facilities include personal mini bar, ceiling fans as well as individually controlled air-conditioning, personal safe and IDD telephone.

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Forum Posts

Transport to Langkasuka Resort

by osmpam

Hi guys!

I'll be stayin in Langkasuka Resort for a few days, alone. Can sumone plz tell me, from Kuah, how do i get to Langkasuka Resort?

Is there any public transport? Or does tat resort provide transportation? If yes, do they charge us for tat service?

Hope to get ur response soon. ;) tx alot! ;)

Re: Transport to Langkasuka Resort

by aniquez

I took a van from the Jetty to Pantai Tengah and it wasabout RM16 in April 2004 per one van. But if you manage to share the van you can split the fares. Because I shared with another fellow whos going to town (RM4) I only paid another RM12 for the rest of the trip.

Langkasuka Resort is not very far from Pantai Cenang and Pantai Tengah. At most they will charge you RM18 or RM20 per one van. Like I said, try wait a while and share the van or car with other tourists. The fare of van and car is just the same.

Re: Transport to Langkasuka Resort

by yasiry2004

Hello there,
You can always get a taxi or a van to go to the resort. It's not far from the airport. Resorts usually can arrange transport for you but you have to call them a few days prior. This will cost you about RM 20 ~ 40 per way.

By the way, I read some reviews regarding this hotel and they were not that good. Even though it's near the beach, you can't swim in it. And they say the service is quite bad.

Have you check some other hotels beside Langkasuka?

Anyway I will be going to Langkawi too (Early July). Have fun there!!!

Re: Transport to Langkasuka Resort

by bkarjee

Hi,
I and my family are also planning to visit Langkawi in second week of July and will be staying in Langkasuka Beach resort for 4 days. I opted for Langkasuka Beach resort on the recommendation of one of my friend who was there three weeks earlier. Langkasuka Beach resort is quite good in its class, only thing you may not like is that they dont offer independant chalets. It is a 3 storey building, so it might seem you are staying in a city, not in a beach resort. But service and ambiance in quite good. They also have a private beach, as they claim. Even the restaurants are praiseworthy. I will advice against requesting Langkasuka Beach resort for arranging the transportation form Kuah Jetty to the Hotel. They will charge you much more. Just get down at the jetty and hire a cab. If you take a cab from Kuah Jetty to Langkasuka Beach resort , it may cost you around RM 16-20. Langkawi doesnt have a good Public Transport system. But, I'll say, there is no need for it. Roads are excellant, there is virtually no traffic on the road and all the sightseeing spots are easily accessible by road. If you drive, you may well hire a car for around RM 50 per day (minimum). Do pass on some information if you have something to share.
Have a nice trip and enjoy yourself.

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 Langkasuka Hotel

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Address: Kuala Muda, Mukim Padang Matsirat, Pulau Langkawi, Kedah, 07000, Malaysia