Courtyard@ Hereen Boutique Hotel,
Malaysia, Western Malaysia
Info : Courtyard@ Hereen Boutique Hotel
Courtyard @ Hereen Boutique Hotel is a small hotel in a fantastic location, offering guests brilliant access to the UNESCO World Heritage sites of the city centre. It’s ideal for couples and families wanting a relaxing and cultural base from which to explore.
Malacca is an old trading town with Chinese, Portuguese and Dutch influences. It’s a beguiling place to wander around and explore with interesting shops, old colonial churches and the iconic Fort A Famosa built in 1511. It’s a town full of stories dating back to the spice trade and has almost frozen in time in terms of architecture; the city lost favour to Kuala Lumpur and Singapore so lacks the high-rise developments typical of these major cities. (Similar to the story of Bruges in Belgium.)
Each of the 14 rooms of the Courtyard @ Hereen are individually designed. Some are small so it’s best to discuss with your travel consultant which is the best option for you and your travelling group. The hotel itself used to be an old shophouse in the Perankan or Chinese Style. The café across the road provides breakfast and is owned by the hotel management.
Whilst some may want a more standard hotel experience, Courtyard @ Hereen offers a very comfortable and relaxing environment with a lot of character.
Superior - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, in terms of character, guest experience or facilities too.
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