Satisfaction Very Good
Value Score Poor Value
Good For Business
Hotel by the sea
This hotel has had it's ground floor areas refurbished and is lovely but the upper floors are still in bad need of repair. The carpet in the hallways are old and worn out, the furniture in the rooms are old and need replacing. The hotel is one for the budget traveller. One shining light of the whole hotel is the 'on the beach' bar which serves drinks and limited nibble style food right on the beach and helps to make your stay here a relaxed and pleasant one. On that note the beach is clean and pleasant to sit and relax on.
Good value beach hotel
We spent a week there in February 2005 and then another few days in May 2005. It's halfway between Georgetown and the resorts of Batu Ferringhi. Bus is 1 ringgit to town . Night foodmarkets quite near.
Unique Quality: This is multicultural Malaysia at its best! Locals stay here for their holidays and come for Chinese New Year feasts etc etc. The staff are Malays, Chinese and Indian. All very friendly. Nice rooms on the seaside have great views. A pleasant swimming pool overlooking the sea.
GREAT value.. About $45 Australian a double
Directions: Halfway between Georgetown and Batu Ferringhi
Unique Quality: Great view from the hotel room. 5 mins from the nearest shopping mall and walking distance to local hawker food.
Good buffer dinner spread.
Directions: First beach hotel along Tanjung Bungah
Mid sized but friendly
Not a very large resort but has everything you need including swimming pools, sea sports facilities (sea kayaks and seadoos), an almost private beach.
Unique Quality: A short walk away from a very good food centre. A very short drive from the Sea Pearl Seafood Restaurant at Tanjung Tokong.
More about Tanjung Bungah Beach
We are coming to Penang for a few weeks in January and want to stay somewhere quiet, i.e: not in the middle of Georgetown but don't want to go as far away as Batu Ferringhi. We have seen very good rates for the Naza Hotel in Tanjung Tokong but some maps show a huge reclamation project in that area. Is the reclamation project actually underway? Does it mean lots of noise and dust and the end of beachside walks in the area? Anyone stayed at the Naza?
RE: Tanjung Tokong
no prob, just go.
u will surely love it
or you may stay at tanjung bungah beach hotel which is within walking distance thru beach from naza
they are bith quiet and not so pricy
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