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Where to Stay in Sarawak

Editor's Guide to Recommended Hotels in Sarawak

Located approximately 600km from the mainland, it’s hard to imagine a more different place from Peninsular Malaysia than Sarawak – one of Malaysia’s eastern provinces on the island of Borneo. Clear rivers spill down the jungle-covered mountains, super-sized caves abound and the steaming jungle’s secreted river communities and the earthen kingdom of the Kelabit Highlands, come together to make this one of the most intricate and diverse ecosystems on the planet. Budget travellers often head to the longhouses of the interior to get cheap accommodation and the state has a plethora of lodging options to suit every budget. Additionally, luxury ventures thrive but boutique offerings are on the rise plus mid range options are a cut above the average.

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Pullman Kuching

The newest addition to Sarawak’s portfolio of luxury ventures, Pullman Kuching is a branch of the popular resort chain. There are 389 carpeted, air con rooms with contemporary furnishings and fixtures, floor-to-ceiling glass windows, attached bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi and unique features such as a pillow menu and in-room fitness gear. Adjacent to the two-storey Hills Shopping Mall, the five-star property – located on top of the Jalan Mathies hill –features a fitness centre, an on-site spa with seven treatment rooms, a swimming pool, kids playground, business centre, the largest hotel banquet hall in Sarawak and four restaurants and bars. Read More...

The Lime Tree Hotel, Kuching

A glass-walled venture that sits minutes away from Kuching's financial district, Chinatown and the Sarawak River, The Lime Tree Hotel Kuching is an up and coming three-star establishment in Sarawak. The aptly-named lime-green hotel has 42 rooms with laminated wooden floors, free Wi-Fi, in-built universal sockets, 26-inch flat-screen TVs, comfy beds and attached bathrooms with rain showers. The boutique hotel’s range of facilities is limited – there’s no swimming pool or fitness centre – but there’s a business centre, restaurant and rooftop lounge. Lime Tree’s affable service, great location and affordable rates make this a popular venture. Read More...

Four Points by Sheraton Kuching

A sleek glass-walled behemoth in the city centre, Four Points by Sheraton Kuching is a new kid on the block in Kuching’s up-market hotel scene. The resort-style venture has 435 air con rooms featuring its signature Four Points by Sheraton Four Comfort (SM) Bed, flat-screen TVs, large writing desks, high-speed internet access and attached bathrooms. The smoke free, four-star property’s facilities include a 24-hour fitness centre and business centre, an outdoor swimming pool, on-site spa and three restaurants and bars. The hotel is located two kilometres away from the Kuching International Airport and five kilometres away from the city centre – nearby attractions include Sarawak Museum, Golden Arch Shopping Mall and the Tze Yin Temple, which are only a 10-minute drive away. Read More...

Miri Marriott Resort & Spa

Located next door to ParkCity Everly Hotel Miri, the Miri Marriot Resort & Spa is a 20-acre property that’s only four kilometres south of the town centre. The only five-star accommodation option in Miri, the beachfront resort has 220 air con rooms with Wi-Fi, private balconies, comfy beds, microwave ovens, stoves and attached bathrooms. Formerly known as the Rihga, most of the hotel’s lodgings boast ocean views and the resort’s facilities include the largest freeform outdoor swimming pool in Sarawak, a tennis court, sauna, business centre, an on-site spa, a volleyball court, seven meeting rooms including a ballroom, a fitness centre and four restaurants and bars. Read More...

Parkcity Everly Hotel Miri

Park City Everly Hotel Miri is an award-winning four-star business hotel offering 228 spacious and carpeted air con rooms with comfy beds, flat-screen TVs and attached bathrooms. The large beachfront hotel boasts excellent hotel facilities including a fitness centre, an outdoor swimming pool, a business centre, free Wi-Fi, meeting rooms and three food and beverage venues. Featuring affordable rates, nearby sightseeing attractions include the world famous Mulu Caves plus a host of popular restaurants and bars. Read More...

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