We stayed in a superior family room, which looks exactly as per the website. There was a double bed mattress and a single bed mattress both on a raised wooden platform. Hard to describe but it looked pretty cool and was actually great as we didn't have to worry about the kids getting hurt when they fell out of bed. The room also had TV and air con.
We loved the location - Heeren St is one street back from Jonkers St (where most of the tourist shops and restaurants are) and the hotel is a short walk from the main tourist attractions across the river. It was also good having car parking.
Buffet breakfast was included at the hotel's cafe across the road (in another restored house). The buffet selection was quite small but there was also eggs cooked to order and staff were very helpful.
Our main gripe was that the hotel was undergoing major renovations during our stay and we were constantly walking through the dusty hallway to get to our room. Also there was one night where the workmen were banging about until late in the evening. We think that the hotel should have advised us that there would be renovations at the time that we made our booking or they should have put us in a room not affected by the renovations.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Boutique hotel consist of 14 rooms with different kind of designs, located in the heart of city, part of the UNESCO World Heritage City of Malacca. ... more less
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