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Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Located in the middle of Kota Kinabalu city centre, Kingston Hotel was built in 2010 and offers 72 well-appointed guestrooms. The rooms are equipped with basic amenities such as the complimentary wireless internet, satellite television, a safety deposit box and mini fridge as well as kettle. There are additional features for specific rooms such as seating area with sofa and business table. Besides that, the Kingston Hotel offers facilities and services such as luggage storage and meeting room facilities. The 24-hour front desk can assist guests with their requests throughout the day. Currency exchange, a storage room and an elevator together with a business centre, a conference room and computer rental are offered. Kingston Hotel Kota Kinabalu is a great place to relax during the day and prepare to be entertained at night. Guests will find numerous partying zones such as Firefly, The White Room, The Emperor KK, and the Curve. Guests also can tour around Kota Kinabalu town and make a tour arrangement at the hotel to visit various attractions and landmarks.
How To Get to Kingston Hotel
There are flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Kota Kinabalu 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 Kingston Hotel by using Pinta's road for 20 minutes. There is also an alternative road which is via Pahlawan road.
Different Types of Room in the Kingston Hotel
Deluxe King Room is a 24 square metre room with 1 extra-large double bed. It is equipped with basic amenities such as television, desk and private bathroom.
Deluxe Twin Room is a 24 square metre room with 2 single beds. It is suitable for 2 adults and equipped with a desk, a safety deposit box and an electric kettle.
Deluxe Double Room is a 29 square metre room with 1 extra-large double bed.
Restaurant and café in Kingston Hotel
As for dining options, Kingston Hotel is located nearby Imago Shopping complex. There are many restaurants and cafes as well as food court inside this shopping centre. Among them are fast food eateries such as KFC, Pizza Hut and Tealive. Besides that, there is Gaya Street or Filipino Market selling various local food, snacks and drinks. Offering a variety of dishes, Mai Yai Thai Orchid and Ocean Seafood Village are also about 350 meters away.
Activities and Facilities in Kingston Hotel
There are various facilities and services offered here at Kingston Hotel for comfort and convenience of guests. Among them are 24-hour room service, 24-hour reception, business centre and car park. Daily housekeeping and laundry are also available. There are also facilities for disabled guests and elevators and meeting and banquet facilities. As for recreational activities, the fitness centre is also available for guests to work out and burn excess fat. Guests also can tour around Kota Kinabalu town and make a tour arrangement at the hotel beforehand.
Tourist Attractions Near Kingston Hotel
Sabah State Museum - Officially opened on 15th of July, 1965, Sabah State Museum is a heritage museum located in Gaya Street’s shop houses. This state museum showcases unique heritage of Sabah comprising of a different collection of archaeology, books, ethnographic and botanical. Besides that, there are also ethnobotanical garden, a zoo and a heritage village within the museum. The mission of this museum is to discover and share knowledge between culture and nature in everyday life and highlight the appreciation and spirit towards Sabah’s nature and culture, 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.
Atkinson Clock Tower - This unique tower is an all- wood and no- nails structure and was built in 1905. Standing tall at 15.7 metres, this clock tower was built to remember the late Francis George Atkinson who is the notable first District Officer of Jesselton during the British North Borneo Chartered Company Administration. The Jesselton’s first district officer died of Malaria or ‘Borneo Fever’ at the age of 28 in December 1902. It is the oldest standing structure in the whole of Sabah that survived the destruction of Jesselton town during World War II until now. Besides of being a historical landmark of Sabah, the Atkinson Clock Tower today also serves in helping the local people to be conscious of the local time in Sabah and serving as one of the best spots in Sabah for more photo capturing moments with your loved ones such as your friends and your family.