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  • Top 10 Hotels in Jonker Street

    Best Places to Stay in Jonker Street

    With a wide array of hotels in Jonker Street, visitors are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing an accommodation that is within their budget, strategically located, and acts as the perfect retreat after a long day of exploring the historical city of Malacca. Most hotels in Jonker Street are strategically located within walking distances to Malacca's historical architecture such as Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum and the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple. Visitors can also ride a trishaw to visit cultural tourism attractions such The Stadhuys and A’Famosa.

    From a luxurious five-star hotel with an impressive Mediterranean structure that is nestled amongst antiquated shop houses, to a peranakan-themed hotel that is exquisitely authentic but don’t break the bank, our Top 10 Hotels in Jonker Street caters to all needs and budget levels, while offering impeccable service, top-notch facilities, and quality accommodations.

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    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. Facilities include a rooftop pool overlooking the provincial city skyline, a spa, a library and business services, and four F&B outlets; one of them is Bar Rio, an ideal place to enjoy a cocktail at sunset. Read More...

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    Peranakan-themed hotels arent hard to come by in Malacca, but if youre looking for something that wont break the bank, consider the Baba House. Located along Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Jonker Walk is within walking distance, and with myriad of other attractions such as the Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum and the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple just opposite the hotel, ease of access to popular sites is almost guaranteed. The hotel itself is charming - its Peranakan spirit is alive and well in the lobby, and even though it is not too pronounced in the room hallways and such, features such as open air courtyard and antiques strewn in the common areas remind guests of what it was once - a beautiful Straits Baba house. Facilities include meeting rooms, a Heritage room selling exquisite local handmade clothing and accessories, and Judy Spa, providing massages and facials at attractive prices. Read More...

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    Hotel Puri Melaka is a boutique hotel in the heart of the old city of Malacca. It is a 20 minute drive from the North-South Highway (Malacca, Ayer Keroh exit), and 5 minutes from the central bus station. Surrounded by antique and bric-a-brac shops, it is only a stroll away from Malaccas historical precinct. The hotel is a carefully restored Peranakan house which once belonged to the descendants of an eminent philanthropist and rubber plantation owner, Tan Kim Seng. Extending 100 meters long, its distinct characteristics are its beautiful and intricately decorated facade and the impressive length of the house. Retaining its old charm, Hotel Puri Melaka provides modern amenities to its hotel guests. Read More...

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    The Gingerflower Boutique Hotel is a small luxury boutique hotel housed in a tastefully restored Peranakan townhouse within the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Melaka. Retaining the gracious old world charm of a 19th century cultural and architectural treasure while offering contemporary luxury to ensure a comfortable stay, the Gingerflower Boutique Hotel will appeal to all guests wishing to be swept up in the cultural splendour of an elegant by-gone era, while indulging in some of the finer luxuries of contemporary living. The Hotel is strategically located in the heart of Melaka on Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock (previously known as Heeren Street), thus enabling visitors to conveniently explore historical and cultural Melaka just minutes from its doorstep. Read More...

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    If youre keen on being fully immersed with the sights and sounds of the historical city Malacca, Jonker Boutique Hotel is the place to stay. Sitting right in the heart of Jonker Walk, one can experience the vibrant weekend night markets on Friday and Saturday nights and walk over to the rich array of restaurants, pubs and antique shops. Jonker Boutique Hotel is a friendly property - the staff and manager are always eager to help, and while on-site facilities arent numerous, they are adequate. There is a multi-purpose function room should you need to conduct business, an enclosed private car park, and a garden courtyard where breakfast is served. Read More...

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    Malacca is steep in history and for this reason UNESCO has declared it as a World Heritage City. The many relics and remnants left behind by the colonialists remind one of its glorious heyday. Tired and weary after sightseeing, take a tretreat at our lodge. Its clean rooms, coupled with necessary facilities like air conditioner, attached bath room, hot water bath, TV, mini fridge and free WI-FI will soon put you back on your feet. Read More...

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    Wander along Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock in Melaka’s Chinatown and the sights and sounds of this city’s colourful past still play on your senses. This has been called ‘rich man’s street’ as it’s where the old Chinese and Peranakan merchants built their homes. They left their mark on the area—in its style, in the beauty of the buildings and ornamented facades, and in the atmosphere of luxury glimpsed through open doors and windows. The city’s history and tradition is the inspiration of the Courtyard @ Heeren Boutique Hotel, which offers a taste of the old world combined with the best in modern design and convenience. Read More...

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    Hallmark Inn is managed by Hallmark Hotel Group in Malaysia. The Hotel is well connected and centrally located in the heart of Melakas (Malacca) city center with convenient access to major historical attraction and popular shopping mega malls such as Dataran Pahlawan, Hatten Square and Mahkota Parade. Hallmark Inn offers business and leisure travelers a refined experience with our 48 guest rooms in vibrant tones and fully equipped with modern amenities. A variety of room categories are available, ranging from Deluxe Double, Deluxe Twin, Deluxe Single and Premier Executive Suites. Read More...

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    Welcome to D Hotel, an elegant, luxurious Boutique Design Hotel strategically located in the heart of historical Malacca. D Hotel offers 20 uniquely designed rooms ranging from Standard to Deluxe and Suites. D Hotel is a mere 7 minutes walk to Jonker Street, or popularly known as Jonker Walk, Dutch-Built Stadhuys, A. Famosa, etc. and is surrounded by a variety of famous eateries serving popular local delights such as Satay Celup and Popiah. Read More...

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    Located in the historical Heritage Malacca town on Jalan Temenggong, the hotel is a mere 5 minute walk to historical and cultural tourism attractions such as Jonker Street and The Stadhuys. The Sterling is just a stone throw away, nestled between heritage pre-war shop houses. The discrete yet commanding whitewashed building has 37 luxuriously designed rooms and two very unique food and beverage outlets. The Loft is located on the rooftop and offers a choice of both air conditioned and al-fresco dining. Sample a slice of the most alluring homemade fresh fruits cheese cake with a nice hot cup of tea or enjoy a nice romantic candlelight dinner with choices from the markets freshest collection. Alternatively, enjoy a nice mixture of your favourite cocktail or mocktail at The Balcony, with a view of heritage Malaccan roofscape. Read More...

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