Georgetown, Penang Island · 59 hotels available
56, Medan Lim Cheng Teik, Gurney, Penang Island, Malaysia, 10250
57-22-02, Mansion One, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Penang Island, Malaysia, 10050
57-G-1, Mansion One, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Penang Island, Malaysia, 10050
57 - 30 - 12 Mansion One, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Penang Island, Malaysia, 10050
57-22-3A , Mansion One, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Penang Island, Malaysia, 10050
Mansion One, Gurney Drive, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Penang Island, Malaysia, 10500
57 - G - 3, Mansion One, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Penang Island, Malaysia, 10050
No 57, Mansion One, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Penang Island, Malaysia, 10050
55, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, Georgetown, Penang Island, Malaysia, 10050
Gleneagles medical centre is a hospital that located at Georgetown, Penang along Jalan Pangkor. The ospital was established in July 1 st , in 1973 as one of the first private hospital in the island of Penang, commonly known as the Pearl of the Orient. It has a wide range of specialist services and facilities with three-storey building with 70 beds, providing medical services in general medicine, general surgery, obstetrics and gynaecology, anaesthesia and radiology. Supporting facilities included a laboratory and two operating theatres.
Museum and Art Gallery in Penang was opened by the late Raja Uda Raja Muhammad, Governor of Penang on 14th April 1965. The building was once a Penang Free School (1821-1927) and Hutchings School (1928-1960), for the benefit of residents and visitors in the history, culture and art of the state and the education of children. This museum was located 2.5 km from Gleneagles medical centre, and will take 7 minutes’ ride by taxi. So, for those who are very interested with history, local culture and artifacts, this place should be in your visit list.
Hin Bus Depot Art Center is the place that must be visit by those who are interested with art. Back days, this art centre was once an abandoned bus depot. Then, Hin has evolved into an unlikely art space, courtesy of Lithuanian artist Ernest Zacharevic’s first solo exhibition. Wall murals from his exhibition still remains intact and today, Hin is adding artistic touches of their own, promising more exhibitions of conceptual and textualize art in the months to come. The art centre is located 3.0 km away from Gleneagles medical centre, with 12 minutes’ ride by car.
The hotel is at the heart of Penang’s business and commercial district, and it is located 0.2 km to Gleneagles Penang Medical Centre and 2.0 km to City centre. It is approximately 20 minutes from the airport and a 4-hour drive from Kuala Lumpur via the North-South Expressway. Besides that, it offers many amenities such as free Wi-Fi Internet, a spa, conference facilities, restaurants, and spacious suites with private Jacuzzis.
The Gurney Resort Hotel & Residences in Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia truly stands out among the multitude of hotels in the locale. This resort hotel located 0.3 km to Gleneagles Penang Medical Centre and 2.4 km to City centre. The hotel sits along the tourist belt of Gurney Drive, adjacent to the Central Business District. It is also a few kilometres to the airports and ferry terminal. It enjoys access to shopping centres like the Gurney Plaza, Gurney Paragon, and Batu Ferringhi night market. Moreover, it is just a short drive away from several tourist attractions such as, the Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang Bird Park, and Snake Temple.
Built in 1926, it served as a home to the British colonial officers and local administrators. 1926 Heritage Hotel creates an atmosphere of nostalgia with spectacular infrastructure. A unique architecture by combination of Malay, English and Indian influences typical of the colonial era. Here, you will enjoy spacious landscape in which to escape from the bustles of the world around you. Nowadays, it has been refurbished into a Heritage Hotel with most of its Anglo-Malay architectural essence still intact. This heritage hotel is located 0.4 km to Gleneagles Penang Medical Centre and 1.8 km to City centre.