Renaissance Kota Bharu ,
Malaysia, Eastern Malaysia
Info : Renaissance Kota Bharu
The Renaissance is right in the heart of the business and commercial district of Kota Bharu, with 298 spacious rooms furnished in elegant Malay style. With top dining options and conventional facilities, the Renaissance offers the best standard of service in the city.
On the eastern coast of Peninsula Malaysia, Kota Bharu is the capital city of Kelantan. It’s a small but fascinating region, with plenty of museums, a unique architectural style, and fantastic food. Close by, Stong Hill in Dabong offers lush green rainforest, and the Beach of Seven Lagoons hosts an International Kite Festival each year. There are temples, caving adventures, and central markets. The Renaissance Kota Bharu is the only five star hotel in the area, so if you are looking for the familiar creature comforts and service of a five star facility, this is where you want to be.
Choose from deluxe or club deluxe rooms or large and luxurious suites, from the Junior right through to the Presidential Suite. The Deluxe Room is more than adequate, with air conditioning, king beds, soundproofing, and internet.
Deluxe - This is our first really 'upmarket' category. It might be a beautiful tiny hotel with very limited facilities or a 5* resort hotel with all the trimmings; but any hotel in this category will be a well-run establishment with very comfortable rooms, a strong service ethos and excellent food.
Popular Holiday Itineraries including Renaissance Kota Bharu
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Jungle, Homestay & Island
Get a little off-the-beaten track and you'll experience the best of Peninsular Malaysia. Food, heritage, jungles, a home-stay adventure and a castaway beach break.
Malaysia's Wildlife and Nature Encompassed
Explore the varied jungles, wildlife and islands of both Peninsular Malaysia and Malaysian Borneo on this exciting holiday.
We all remarked on how well tourism blended in to the local community in a positive way. At no point did we ever feel exploited or taken advantage of. We felt privileged to visit the Penan tribe in Mulu and enjoyed the market there without any pressure to spend money. Visiting Abai village and planting the trees was also a great experience for all ages of our party. Again, a privilege.