Casuarina Hotel is nestled in the area of Tanjung Aru and about 10-minute drive from Kota Kinabalu International Airport. The 2-star quiet hotel Casuarina offers contemporary accommodation with comfortable guest rooms, dining options and facilities and services. Every guestroom is well- equipped with air conditioner, television, work desk and minibar. Besides free WiFi, there are also multiple restaurants and cafes for guests to experience multi cuisines. There are also 24 hours desk, free parking and laundry service. Airport shuttle to Kota Kinabalu town is also available. In addition, there is also a tour desk where guests can arrange a tour around Kota Kinabalu city and visit main attractions such as Tanjung Aru beach and Sabah State Museum.
How To Get to Casuarina Hotel
There are flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Kota Kinabalu International Airport. The journey takes around 2 hours and 30 minutes. Once you reach the airport, you can take a taxi or rent a car to the Casuarina Hotel by using Pintas and Mat Salleh road for 17 minutes.
Different Types of Room in Casuarina Hotel
Double Room is a 19 square metre room with 1 large double bed. This comfortable and modern room is equipped with television, air conditioner and minibar.
Twin Room is a 22 square metre room with 2 single beds. It is decorated with dark wood accents and suitable for 2 adults.
Family Room is a 39 square metre room with 2 single beds and 1 extra-large double bed. This spacious room can accommodate up to 4 adults and fitted with basic amenities like a work desk, wardrobe and en-suite bathroom.
Suite Room is a 39 square metre room with 1 extra-large double bed. This suite is equipped with standard amenities and additional feature such as a separate living area with sofa.
Restaurant and café in Casuarina Hotel
As for dining options, there are Casuarina Café and GC Sunset Bar Café and bar that offers an amazing dining experience. Chinese, local and international dishes are served at Casuarina Cafe, which offers a complimentary breakfast. GC Sunset bar cafe serves local and international cuisines prepared by exceptional professional chefs. Besides that, there is a wide array of beverages and dessert to choose from. This cafe is a popular dining place among tourists as it is overlooking the beautiful beach. For those who want to see more on authentic local food, there is Tanjung Aru Market which is an only a 5-minute walk from the hotel. Besides food, clothes, household items and handicraft are also available here.
Activities and Facilities in Casuarina Hotel
In Casuarina hotel, facilities and services are provided for the convenience and comfort of guests. Among the facilities available are meeting and banquet hall which can fit hundreds of guests alongside a complete set of sound equipment. Besides that, there is a business centre which features a photocopy and fax machine, as well as a set of computers, are provided for guests and airport shuttle at an additional charge. Other facilities included free parking and daily housekeeping and laundry services. For recreational activities, guests can enjoy working out in the garden area and play with children and play golf at the nearest golf course. There is also a tour desk where guests can arrange a tour around Kota Kinabalu city and visit main attractions.
Tourist Attractions Near Casuarina Hotel
Tanjung Aru Beach - Tanjung Aru beach is located at the end of Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman and about 6 kilometres from Kota Kinabalu city centre. It was previously known as Prince Philip Park and houses Shangri- La’s Tanjung Aru resort, Kinabalu Golf Club and Kinabalu Yacht Club. The beach was named after abundant aru trees nestled at the fine sand. There are various activities that are offered at Tanjung Aru Beach. Visitors can jog, take a stroll and exercise with family and friends. Besides that, food stalls are also available serving local food and drinks until late at night. For instance, there are coconut and sugarcane juice, chicken or beef satay and steamed peanuts and corn.
Sabah State Museum - Sabah State Museum was previously a British North Borneo Governor's Palace and built in 1985. The Museum is comprised of the Main Building, Science and Education Centre, Heritage Village, Sabah Art Gallery and Museum of Islamic Civilization. Besides that, there are also ethnobotanical garden, a zoo and a heritage village. The main aim of this museum is to collect, preserve, conserve and document ethnographic, archaeological, historical, numismatic, art-historical, botanical, zoological and mineralogical collections from throughout the state. It is open daily from 9 am to 5pm and the admission fee for My Kad holder is RM2.00 and others are RM 15.00.
Pets are NOT allowed.