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Cititel Express Ipoh is a three-star hotel that is known for its brand promise which is to provide smart, clean and simple accommodation. This hotel is built along No 2, Jalan S.P. Seenivasagam, Ipoh, 30000 Kinta, Perak Malaysia. Cititel Express Ipoh is built to accommodate the needs of both leisure and business travelers. It is also suitable for those travelling with their families. This hotel is 5.5 km away from the nearest airport which is the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport. Cititel Express Ipoh offers 3 different rooms and they are Standard Room, Superior Room and Deluxe Room and each room is equipped with high-quality in room facilities. Aside from that, Cititel Express Ipoh also provides amazing hotel facilities to make you stay even more memorable. Shifting to dining, the hotel features one restaurant on site which is the De Pines Café where you can enjoy delicious cuisines and drinks. Considering how strategic the location is, there are various attractions spots you can visit including Guan Yin Temple, Ho Yan Hor Museum and Han Chin Pet Soo.
How to get to Cititel Express Ipoh
Cititel Express Ipoh is built along No 2, Jalan S.P. Seenivasagam, Ipoh, 30000 Kinta, Perak Malaysia. It is 5.5 km away from the nearest airport which is the Sultan Azlan Shah Airport. The trip from this airport takes around 10 to 15 minutes depending on the traffic at that particular time that you are travelling. You can either use the public transportation like the bus, taxi services or ride hailing application like GrabCar, to take you to the hotel.
If you find the road signs to be difficult to comprehend, you can always track down the nearby landmarks that will help your navigation to Cititel Express Ipoh. The nearby landmarks you can look out for includes Guan Yin Temple (0.10 km), Ho Yan Hor Museum (0.28km) and Han Chin Pet Soon (0.28 km). Whenever you are in doubt, you can always ask the locals for directions.
Types of Rooms at Cititel Express Ipoh
Cititel Express Ipoh offers 3 different rooms and they are Standard Room, Superior Room and Deluxe Room and each room is equipped with high-quality in room facilities. Some of the facilities are cable TV, Desk, Hairdryer and in-room safe deposit machine.
The Standard Room features 2 twin beds that comfortably accommodates 2 people. Each room is luxuriously equipped with complimentary wifi access, security lock, individual controlled air conditioning, shower stall and bottled mineral water.
Restaurants and cafes at Cititel Express Ipoh
Shifting to dining, the hotel features one restaurant on site which is the De Pines Café where you can enjoy delicious cuisines and drinks. This café at the moment only serves an array of delicious cuisines for breakfast and private function. It is open daily from 7.00 am to 10.30 am.
Facilities at Cititel Express Ipoh
Aside from that, Cititel Express Ipoh also provides amazing hotel facilities to make your stay memorable. Some of the hotel services includes elevator, 24-hour receptionist and security, express check-in, express check-out and breakfast restaurant. Some of the public facilities includes parking space, restaurants, room service and safety deposit box. Some of the business facilities includes meeting facilitates, photocopier and projector. Some of the nearby facilities includes grocery shops, hair salon, ATM and beauty salon.
Interesting Places near Cititel Express Ipoh
Guan Yin Temple -Kwan Yin Tong of Goddess of Mercy Cave Temple is located at Gunung Rapat. The limestone hill here has the highest number of cave temples in Ipoh. There are about 75 statues of Kwan Yin here. Kwan Yin is the bodhisattva associated with compassion as venerated by East Asian Buddhists, usually as a female. The name Guanyin is short for Kwan (observe) Shi (world) Yin (sound) which means 'Observing the Sounds (or Cries) of the World'. It is generally accepted (in the Chinese community) that Guanyin originated as the Sanskrit Avalokiteśvara, which is her male form.