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  • 10 Best Luxury Hotels in Malacca

    Most Popular 5-star Hotels in Malacca

    The 10 best luxury Malacca hotels boast lavish guestrooms, top notch service, plus an extensive range of onsite amenities such as swimming pools, spa centres, and first-class eateries. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Malacca is well-frequented for its rich heritage, antiquated shops and well-preserved remnants of European empires, as well as its enticing allure of good dining, especially Nyonya cuisine (a unique blend of Chinese, Malay and sundry cooking styles).

    Perfect for travellers with a taste for the finest things in life, our list of the 10 best luxury hotels in Malacca ranges from picturesque colonial-style mansions to gleaming contemporary properties with outstanding service and facilities. These upscale establishments also offer convenient access to Malacca’s must-visit cultural landmarks such as Jonker Street, Menara Taming Sari Tower, A’Famosa, Dutch Square, St. Paul’s Church, Taman Mini Malaysia & ASEAN, the Malacca Butterfly & Reptile Sanctuary and Melaka Zoo.

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    For a walk through time, consider The Majestic Malacca as your choice accommodation when youre in the historical city.Previously a private residence of a Chinese merchant, the 1920s mansion is now part of the luxury hotel (together with a 20-storey accommodation tower), with some of its original fixtures still maintained, such as its Straits Chinese tiles at the reception lobby and the colourful stained glass at the entrance of the mansion.A library, an outdoor swimming pool, a fully equipped gym, four conference rooms and three on-site restaurants round up the hotels facilities, but in-house guests also get to enjoy its exclusive activities lined up, such as the historical walk with a resident historian and the Peranakan cooking class. Read More...


    Casa del Rio, Spanish for house by the river is an elegant property sitting beside the idyllic Melaka River.A house it is indeed, and it embraces the many cultures Malacca has seen since the 14thcentury (Portuguese, Arabic and Chinese) through its remarkable Mediterranean-inspired structure.The hotel impresses immediately, with a wrought iron chandelier hanging in the driveway, and a scenic water feature in its courtyard.Casa del Rio is strategically located: within walking distance is the exciting Jonker Walk, and close by are tourist attractions such as Christ Church and The Stadthuys.The hotel is big on making your stay a personalized one – from its welcome gestures such as a warm towel and lime sorbet during check-in, to nyonya treats onde-onde available in-room when you enter. Read More...


    Philea Resort & Spa

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    Malaysias first log resort, Philea Resort and Spa, offers a retreat like no other, just five minutes from the Ayer Keroh toll exit.Offering a piece of tranquillity within its lush green grounds, Philea is close to a cluster of attractions - right next door is the Malacca Butterfly and Reptile Sanctuary, and the Malacca Zoo and the Crocodile Farm are within ten minutes drive from the resort.In-resort facilities include a massive outdoor landscaped swimming pool with a manmade waterfall, karaoke rooms, a kids room, six food and beverages outlets, and Tanjung Wellness Spa, offering Malay-inspired body indulgence with a choice of in-room or outdoor treatments. Read More...

    Massive and modern, Hatten Hotel Malacca is an ideal choice if youre looking for a place to stay in an accessible location.Boasting over 700 guest rooms and suites, Hatten is one of the biggest hotels in the UNESCO World Heritage city, and in a prime spot too - it sits right on top of its sister property, Hatten Shoppes while being linked to Dataran Pahlawan shopping mall, and it is within walking distance to top tourist attractions such as Menara Taming Sari and AFamosa.Its hotel facilities include the all-day-dining restaurant Chatterz, a poolside bar, an infinity edge swimming pool, a gymnasium, a grand ballroom, meeting rooms and H-Spa, offering body treatments to refresh and rejuvenate. Read More...

    The Settlement Hotel is quite a surprising find - a five-star place located along Jalan Ujong Pasir in Malacca City, set in a post-war 1960s mansion.Beautifully-restored utilising natural aged wood, natural stone and salvaged ceramics, it is a mix of neo-classical architecture and a quirky collection of Peranakan-inspired furniture.Onsite facilities at The Settlement Hotel are what you expect to find at a five-star property - there is a 24-hour front desk, luggage storage area, business centre, restaurant, coffee shop and bar.Leisure-wise, there is an outdoor swimming pool for guests wanting to cool off by taking a dip or you can line-up a treatment at the hotels onsite Kesidang Spa. Read More...


    The modern Holiday Inn Melaka is a four-star property with an impressive range of hotel amenities to cater for the needs of different types of traveller.Located right in the heart of Banda Hilir, Melaka, it is right behind the cluster of the citys urban shopping centres - Mahkota Parade, Hatten Squares and Shoppes and Dataran Pahlawan, with other world-famous attractions such as The Stadthuys and Jonker Street within ten minutes drive.Hotel facilities include an outdoor infinity-edge swimming pool (with an accompanying childrens pool), a fully-fledged fitness centre, a spa offering reflexology and traditional massages, and two on-site F&B outlets: es.sense Kitchen serving daily Continental buffet breakfast; and Sirocco Italian Kitchen featuring an open kitchen with a wood-fire pizza oven and an impressive list of wines and cocktails. Read More...


    The Pines Melaka puts you within a 10-minute drive of St Paul's Church and A Famosa.After having fun at the outdoor pool, you can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge.There's also a children's pool, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and minibars. Read More...

    For smart, in-city accommodation, Equatorial Hotel Malacca will fulfil all your needs, and then some.As one of the pioneer hotels in the historical city, Equatorial has the advantage of a prime location - its neighbours include shopping malls Dataran Pahlawan and Mahkota Parade, as well as the crowd-favourite Jonker Walk, which is a 10-minute walk away.Thankfully, all the hustle and bustle dies down after stepping into this elegant property thanks to its friendly staff and welcoming ambiance.Facilities are immaculate and ensure guests get value for their money – and consist of a fully-fledged fitness centre with a tennis court, four interconnected outdoor pools, a hair and beauty salon, a business centre, and seven food and beverages outlets including Japanese, Peranakan and Italian cuisines. Read More...


    The Sterling


    The Sterling puts you in a great location, within a 15-minute walk of A Famosa and St Paul's Church.The restaurant is perfect for a bite to eat, and you can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge or visit the spa tub for a relaxing end to the day.Rooms at this upscale hotel offer refrigerators, room service, and bathrobes. Read More...


    Novotel Melaka


    At Novotel Melaka, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of St Paul's Church and A Famosa.The outdoor pool is a great spot to take a dip, and guests can grab a bite to eat at the Square, which serves international cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.2 bars/lounges and a poolside bar are other highlights at this upscale hotel, and rooms offer up nice touches like rainfall showerheads and bathrobes. Read More...

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