Nothing short of fantastic but with a few minor hiccups.
The resort is amazing. Built on stilts with the chalets stretching out to sea. Think of it as a chalet on a boardwalk. The price qualifies it pretty much at the expensive category. I stayed at the Garden Chalet facing the pool. Gardenview rooms are hotel rooms and are not chalets. I stayed at the chalet due to my family's requirement. The chalets out in sea on stilts are called the Water Chalets.
The resort maintains two beaches that flank it. Pretty small beaches though but well cleaned nonetheless. Boasts a nature walk of some kind which can hardly be the nature reserve walks I've encountered. Good effort on it though. The access to the mysterious resort/hotel that existed before it was blocked off by a treefall. Disappointing the curious side of me.
At noon like all PD beaches, tide goes out so far it exposes all the billions and billions of tiny reddish crabs.
The room itself is a talking point. Four-post bed with luxurious bed curtains. A daybed by the window with bamboo roller curtains. The bathroom is bigger than the sleeping area. Makes you want to forget about the prices they charge and stay longer.
We only stayed one night so the hiccups which occurred didn't matter. The mini-fridge was not working and the uplighter seems to have a mind of its own.
The stay itself cost me MYR470 with a MYR50 F&B voucher was thrown.
Unique Quality: Landscaping and romantic surrounds. Honeymoon or hornymoon material!
For the kids there is a petting zoo of sorts with chickens, pigeons, a turkey and rabbits.
This place have great water chalets!
These water chalets have windows that open out to the sea beneath you and the sky above. Each outlet and facility in the resort reflects a unique personality all of its own; each with a character and a story from the diary of 'Lord Jennings Avery' - an adventurer (during the Columbus era) who discovered Avillion during one of his many exploits.
The water suites is the best. It has a separate dining and lounge area with a spectacular sea front view. An additional guest wash room is provided. The convenience of a single Pangkin day bed in the lounge area provides its guests with the option of an additional bed if required.
Unique Quality: The Water Chalet and Water Suites has a big 4-poster bed and spacious "open-air" shower.
Directions: Once you are on the PD-Seremban Highway,drive to end of the highway (Don't exit on the 1st exit after the Toll thou sign shows 'PD'). At 1st traffic light,turn right.Drive to the end then,turn right again. Drive 3-5 mins down. The hotel on your left.
wonderful place, definitely worth the money spent. water chalet is the best!!
Unique Quality: separate pool for adult.
private secluded beach
Hi all, i'm gg to drv up to Avillion Port Dickson frm Singapore Second Link. Any guide as in which exit to drv out and so forth?
Secondly, i'm also planning to drv to malacca frm avillion port dickson for a half day trip to the Jonkers St, but can anyone guide on hw to go about from Avillion Port Dickson to Malacca and bck from Malacca to Avillion Port Dickson?
Can anyone be kind enuff to guide me?
form sin u take PLUS highway and exit at Port dicson just after Ayer Keroh exit, from PD there is normal road tolless to malacca.. u need to buy a good malaysian map...to giude u.
I'm planning to drive to Avillion Port Dickson too. Just to check when will you be going? who knows we can tag team to drive there together. :) I'm checking in on 20 Dec.
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Address: 3rd Mile, Jalan Pantai, Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan, 71000, Malaysia