Stayed here with my family for one night after touring Kinabalu Park and Poring Hotspring.
Although hotel is basic, it is clean and comfortable. From where we were staying at Block D, we had a direct clear view of Mount Kinabalu. Since we were there on a weekday, the resort was quiet and peaceful and the cool mountain air made the stay refreshing.
There was only one restaurant there for meals but the food taste was good and prices reasonable. Definitely worth a return visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Kinabalu Pine Resort is a multi-award winning & privately run accommodation that caters to budget-conscious travellers.All of our cabins have wide open porches facing Mount Kinabalu. Unlike our competitors, all of Kinabalu Pine Resort's wooden cabins are fully built using the exclusive Selangan Batu hardwood. There are Standard or Deluxe cabins, with blocks S & N at the resort's crest. All rooms come with WiFi internet access, satellite television channels, intercom facility, en-suite bathroom, hair dryer and coffee & tea making facilities.Dining & entertainment'The Pines' caters local, Chinese & Western cuisine. On cool windy nights, try ordering Steamboat (Chinese hot pot). Our karaoke lounge & bar opens nightly from 9.00pm to 11.30pm. A Conference hall to conduct your meetings and seminars surrounded by lush greenery and beautiful landscaping. Our facilites can cater up to 150 delegates in theatre setting, or up to 60 in classroom setting.Other facilitiesIncludes an on-site children's playground, outdoor barbecue pits and public telephones. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Kinabalu Pine Hotel Kota Kinabalu