7 Most Unique Boutique Hotel To Stay in Malaysia

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M Boutique Ipoh Hotel pays tribute to the Straits Eclectic Architecture synonymous with the Pre War Shop houses found littered across Ipoh, both inside out. Spotting small cozy rooms that is enveloped in our urban vintage interpretation, M Boutique Ipoh Hotel is a whimsical artistic experience in Ipoh.

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Hotel Maison Boutique, Kuala Lumpur

The Hotel Maison Boutique, in its quest to spruce and liven up the KL hotel scene, believes it has something unique to offer; nuggets of inspirational abodes you’ll probably thought only exist in Vegas or Paris.

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Container Gardenstay, Kuala Lumpur

Unique Container Garden Stay Hotel located in the City Centre of Kuala Lumpur.

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Seaventures Rig

Seaventures Dive Rig is a dive platform and resort based in Sipadan, Borneo, Malaysia. It still maintains the allure and spirit of a working rig yet the rooms are more comfortable, the food highly acclaimed, service exemplary and diving world class. Read more about the history here. The Seaventures dive resort truly is a novelty alternative to any dive resort and is ideal for divers wanting to maximise their diving — especially if you only have a few days to dive. Best of all, it is situated in one of the diving industry’s renowned top dive destinations commonly ranked as being one of the world’s best.

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The Happy 8 Retreat

The Happy 8 Retreat @ Ipoh is the perfect place to immerse yourself in the city’s heritage and culture. The hotel is located close to the city center and surrounded by mouthwatering and savory food delicacies. Guests can enjoy easy access to Ipoh Town Hall and Birch Memorial Clock Tower which are within walking distance of the hotel. With its location, The Happy 8 Retreat @ Old Town is one of the most convenient hotels for guests to tour around the heritage buildings. Guests can choose from 18 rooms, all of which exude an atmosphere of blending nature with art and furnished with a wooden floor and wood furniture. The hotel also provides great facilities for guests’ greatest comfort such as internet access, complementary bottled water , an LCD TV, ironing facilities, and non- smoking rooms . The amenities included in each room ensure that your stay at The Happy 8 Retreat @ Old Town will be a comfortable one.

Screen Shot 2016-07-03 at 12.47.55 PM.pngCheong Fatt Tze Mansion

A stroll around The Blue Mansion reveals a deep mastery in the artistry and craftsmanship of the building. With its roots dating 3,000 years back to the Su Chow dynasty, the Mansion embodies a confluence of Hakka and Teochew styles along with intrinsic Southern Chinese typologies and materials. While monumentally traditional in design, the Blue Mansion also bears an eclectic architectural trait that exemplifies the 19th century era. It is at this time when the myths and magic of the Chinese Kingdom converge with the glory of the British Empire within the Malay world. The Blue Mansion also demonstrates both Cheong Fatt Tze’s deepening fascination with Western artisanship and his rising stature as a Chinese official.

The Blue mansion’s mélange of diverse influences and motifs may appear incongruous at first, but a closer look unearths an arresting architectural mosaic of Scottish cast-iron balusters contrasted with Cantonese timber lattices; English Art Nouveau stained glass with Hokkien cut and paste porcelain Chien Nien works; Chinese calligraphy against trompe l’oeil timber beams. It is in The Blue Mansion where you’ll find various cultures and aesthetics coalesce gracefully and elegantly.

 

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YouniQ Hotel

the youniQ is the Hotel that doesn’t play by the rule- They create our own! the youniQ Hotel offers an ultimate comfort with style and yet providing price tag within reach!

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