From business to pleasure, City Park Lodge is the place where you can make each stay your own. It is the preferred choice for business travelers and holidaying families with a series of spacious, warmly decorated guest rooms that will make you feel right at home. The hotel is strategically located in the heart of Kota Kinabalu city’s shopping district. City Park Lodge is situated at the heart of Kota Kinabalu City Centre. The location offers easy access to commercial hubs, shopping malls, entertainments, restaurants and more. The hotel provides free Wi-Fi in rooms and public areas. In addition, Kota Kinabalu International Airport just 20 minutes’ drive from the hotel. Short drive from the hotel will bring you to Milimewa Superstore (0.08 km), Gaya Street Sunday Market (0.09 km), Atkinson Clock Tower (0.17 km) and KK Plaza (0.24 km).
How to get to City Park Lodge
City Park Lodge is located at Jalan Pantai, Kota Kinabalu City Centre, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. If you are travelling by air, nearest airport is the Kota Kinabalu International Airport (IATA: BKI, ICAO: WBKK), an international airport, which located in the city of Kota Kinabalu, the state capital of Sabah. The airport is in Kota Kinabalu, about 20 minutes from the hotel.
Different Types of Rooms in City Park Lodge
City Park Lodge offers a wide range of rooms and suites which are fully equipped with modern facilities to accommodate your stay. Each room is tastefully designed and furnished to the highest standard of comfort. There are 5 different type of rooms in City Park Lodge, namely Standard Double Room, Deluxe Double Room, Deluxe Twin Room and Deluxe Triple Room and Family Room. Designed to make you feel and look fresh throughout your stay, all rooms feature attached private bathrooms with separate shower room, toilet, bathroom amenities and hairdryer. Bedrooms are appointed with bed sheets with blanket and pillows. Stay connected with Free Wi-Fi Internet access around the property. Other in-room facilities includes air-conditioning system, complimentary wired and wireless broadband Internet access, IDD telephone and voice mail, television and tea & coffee making facilities.
Restaurants and Cafes in City Park Lodge
No on-site restaurant is available at City Park Lodge. However, breakfast (toast, jam and coffee/tea) is available at additional charge and will be served at the lobby. Nevertheless, the hotel is situated within easy walking distance from a diversity of restaurants, convenient shops and cafes.
Facilities and Activities in City Park Lodge
Guests staying at City Park Lodge may enjoy a 24-hour front desk and receptionist. In addition, there is a private parking area which is subject to availability. Daily housekeeping, ironing service and laundry are available with additional charge.
Interesting Places near City Park Lodge
Gaya Street - Gaya Street (originally named Bond Street) is located in the Kota Kinabalu Central Business District has been the center of business for over a hundred years. The wooden shops with nipah roofs are long gone but here is where generations-old family businesses are still thriving passed down from father to son. Every Sunday morning, the length of Gaya Street is closed off to traffic to make way for the Fair. Shop for anything under shady trees and over-sized umbrellas, like batik sarongs, fruits and flowers, arts and craft, footwear, antiques and souvenirs, cakes, even pets and herbs!. This is the best place to experience the cross-section of the local population when entire families enjoy a Sunday outing.
Atkinson Clock Tower - Atkinson Clock Tower is one of the most enduring landmarks in Kota Kinabalu; it stands prominently on a bluff along Signal Hill Road adjacent to the old Police Station. Built in 1905, this all-wood, no-nails structure was built in memory of Francis George Atkinson- the popular first District Officer of Jesselton during the British North Borneo Chartered Company Administration. This Clock Tower has the distinction of being the oldest standing structure in the whole of Sabah that survived the destruction of Jesselton town during World War II. Till today, it still serves to keep the city's time. The Atkinson Clock Tower is managed by the Sabah Museum under its Antiquity and History section.