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Based on 23 reviews
Check-in: From 14:00
Check-out: Before 12:00
Located around 10- minute walk from Komtar, Cintra Heritage House offers comfortable accommodation in Georgetown. It is a 4 link-shop house that are nestled at Chulia Street and surrounded by many attractions such as Snake Temple, Wonderfood Museum and many more. The hotel features 13 beautifully appointed guest rooms, amazing facilities and services, traditional interior and decorations and in-house café. Each room or suite is individually furnished with antique cabinets, benches and chairs with personal collections of the hotel owner, Madam Melynda Soon. The rooms are furnished with hardwood cabinets, benches and equipped with basic amenities such as air conditioner, writing desk and electric kettle. A hairdryer and ironing facilities are available on request. As for dining options, there is a café called Cintra Café at the hotel and other restaurants and café nearby. Besides that, the hotel also provides free Wi-Fi in all rooms, taxi service, ticket service, Wi-Fi in public areas, airport transfer to ensure our guests the greatest comfort.
How to Get To Cintra Heritage House
From Kuala Lumpur city centre, it takes around 3 hours and 45 minutes to reach Cintra Heritage House by using the North-South highway. Visitors also can fly from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Penang International Airport for an hour journey. Once you reach the airport, you can take the taxi or rent a car to DNice Heritage House for only 18 minutes drive via Sultan Azlan Shah road.
Different Types of Room in Cintra Heritage House
Standard Single Room is a 19 square metre room with 1 single bed. The room is equipped with antique cabinets, air conditioning and a writing desk.
Standard Double Room is a 22 square metre room with 1 double bed. This larger room can fit 2 adults and features a mini-fridge, closet and kettle.
VIP Suite is a 28 square metre room with 1 large double bed. This suite is suitable for a guest who loves more space and a great view of Georgetown.
Deluxe Family Suite is a 24 square metre room with 1 single bed and 1 large double bed.
Deluxe King Room is a 24 square metre room with 1 extra-large double bed.
Standard Twin Room is a 22 square metre room with 2 single beds.
Restaurant and Café in Cintra Heritage House
As for dining options, there is a café on site called Cintra Cafe serving a selection of Western dishes and refreshing beverages. Rockafellas Kitchen & Bar is also one of the famous restaurants at Georgetown. This restaurant offers a wide array of western delicacies such as various spaghetti, grilled seafood, steak and many more. Besides that, there are also a variety of alcoholic and non- alcoholic choice of drinks and live band performances to accompany your dining experience. For those who are a coffee lover, Coffee Lane is the perfect place to go. There is a wide selection of roasted coffee beans from local and overseas countries. Established in 2009, each type of coffee bean here creates different taste with a different method. You will never be disappointed with the quality high-end coffee and every cup of coffee served in Coffee Lane.
Activities and Facilities in Cintra Heritage House
At Cintra Heritage House, there are various facilities and services provided for guests. For facilities, there are a car park, gift shop, barber and beauty shop and convenience store. Besides that, there are also services which are very convenient like airport transfer, limousine and car rental, luggage storage and concierge services. On top of that, there is also a business centre providing fax and photocopying services at additional charges. Guests also can fill up leisure time with activities by renting bicycles and tour around Georgetown.
Interesting Places Near Cintra Heritage House
Penang Wonderfood Museum - Penang Wonderfood Museum is located along Lebuh Pantai and only a five-minute walk from Queen Victoria Memorial Clocktower Penang. It is a 1940s colonial building in Georgetown and comprised of three galleries which are called Info Zone, Wow Zone, and Educational Zone. The first section displays over 100 types of popular street foods and traditional delicacies of the Malays, Indians, Chinese, and Perakanan in an individual glass case. Besides that, the Info Zone showcases miniature displays of the suggested Malaysian food for a selected meal including breakfast at a roadside nasi lemak stall, Chinese-style porridge for lunch, followed by roti canai and teh tarik at a mamak stall. There are huge replicas and massive Penang delicacies such as cendol, laksa, curry mee and rojak. In addition, at the Education Zone, visitors can learn more about the local food and the consequences of the inhumane process of using shark fin as food. The entrance fee for foreign visitors is RM25 for adults and RM15 for children, while locals (with MyKad identifications) are required to pay RM15 and RM10 respectively.
Kek Lok Si Temple - Kek Lok Si was built in 1890 and becomes the largest Buddhist temple in Penang and in Malaysia. This temple is categorized into three zones while the temple grounds are divided into the hill entrance, souvenir, food and drinks stalls and the turtle liberation pond. The midsection of the temple houses temples, gardens, the pagoda and the four heavenly kings pavilion. Besides that, the hilltop showcases a huge statue of the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin as well as more gardens and temples. There are also a turtle and fish ponds. According to Chinese tradition, the turtle pond is known as The Liberation Pond and turtles symbolize longevity, strength and endurance.
Pets are NOT allowed.
Smoking is strictly not allowed in this property, and smoking area is available.