Deposit is required during check-in using cash
Pets are NOT allowed.
Smoking is strictly not allowed in this property, and smoking area is available.
Lumut Valley Resort Condominium offers clean, secure, comfortable, affordable and yet flexible accommodation to travellers, either on business or vacations; and expatriates working in the vicinity of Lumut, Sitiawan, and Manjung District. Seventy-five (75) units of air-conditioned, furnished serviced apartments are available for rental either on daily, weekly, or monthly basis depending on your needs. Lumut Valley Resort Condominium is located approximately 5 minutes walk from the Lumut Jetty, which is a portal to Pangkor Island. Being 10 to 50 metres above the sea level, guests can enjoy a panoramic view of both the Dindings Channel and the Straits of Malacca in addition to the lush greenery of the Bukit Engku Busu Forest Reserve. A short drive from the hotel will bring you to Lumut Waterfront (0.56 km), Quiver Dive Center (3.54 km), Pantai Hospital Manjung (4.90 km) and Damai Laut Golf And Country Club (5.12 km).
How to get to Lumut Valley Resort Condominium
Lumut Valley Resort Condominium is located in Jalan Sultan Idris Shah, Lumut, Perak. If you are travelling by air, the nearest airport to the hotel is the Penang International Airport (IATA: PEN, ICAO: WMKP), which is an international airport, located in Bayan Lepas, Penang. Alternatively, Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and klia2 are about 1 hour and 45 minutes from Lumut. It is very easy to get to Lumut by car. The North-South PLUS Highway is a modern toll road that runs from Perlis to Johor Bharu. Cangkat Jering is the nearest exit off the highway to get to Lumut. Another option is by ETS from Butterworth or KL Sentral. Nearest train to Lumut is Taiping. Trains are really convenient if you are coming from locations without express bus terminals. From the train station, you may take a metered taxi or Grab to get to the hotel.
Different Types of Rooms in Lumut Valley Resort Condominium
Lumut Valley Resort Condominium offers 62 units air-conditioned rooms of Studio Apartments, Studio Deluxe Apartments, 3 Bedroom Standard Apartments and 3 Bedroom Deluxe Apartments. All apartments equipped with kitchen, sofa set, dining table, refrigerator, water heater, coffee making facilities). Designed to make you feel and look fresh throughout your stay with Lumut Valley Resort Condominium, all rooms feature attached private bathrooms with separate shower room, toilet, bathroom amenities and hairdryer. Stay connected with in-room broadband internet facilities. Deluxe Studio & 3-Bedroom equipped with television and ASTRO program. The 3rd bedroom in all 3-bedroom apartment is not air-conditioned (only fan available)
Restaurants and Cafes in Lumut Valley Resort Condominium
There are on-site restaurants available serving local and western food.
Facilities and Activities in Lumut Valley Resort Condominium
Guests staying at Lumut Valley Resort Condominium may enjoy daily housekeeping service. A private parking area which is subject to availability is also available. If you are looking for some fun activities you can enjoy with your family and friends, you can always try the outdoor pool that not only provides the fun in it but also the magnificent view of Dindings Channel and the Straits of Malacca in addition to the lush greenery of the Bukit Engku Busu Forest Reserve. In addition, the hotel provides a spacious and fully equipped indoor gym with modern workout facilities for your daily gym routine.
Interesting Places near Lumut Valley Resort Condominium
Pangkor Island - Pangkor Island name originated from the Thai 'Pang Ko', which means Beautiful Island. It actually concerns a group of islands with Pangkor as its main island, and next to that a trio of smaller islands: Pangkor Laut, Pulau Mentagor en Pulau Giam. Pangkor Laut is the best known of these, because of the idyllic resort you can find on this small island (with a similar name; Pangkor Laut Resort). Pangkor is a mountainous island; the highest point is at 1216 meters (Pangkor Hill). Since the main island consists of just mountains, the roads are lying in a circle around the island. The island has a number of international hotels/resorts; it can get quite busy during school and public holidays. There is no real best time to visit Pangkor; as the island is pretty much shielded by Sumatra, the weather is pretty much the same throughout the year (though it still is a tropical island).
Teluk Batik Beach - Teluk Batik Beach is located close to the towns of Lumut and Sitiawan and facing out towards Pangkor Island, Perak's top beach destination. The beach is situated in a pleasant bay with headlands rising at each end, topped with jungle. The beach itself is fringed with coconut palms and other trees providing a good amount of shade and a tropical atmosphere. The sea water is clean and blue and the sand is soft. The huge jetty of nearby steelworks spoils the view of the horizon but this is still a good beach which is why it was quite busy on public holiday. There is a large car park available. Plus, there is a seashell museum nearby the beach. Along the beach, you may find dozens of stalls sell souvenirs, beach attire such as swimming costumes, hats and t-shirts, beach mats, inflatable balls and rubber rings as well as snacks, drinks and ice creams