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Munlustay 88 Hotel is located in Georgetown, Penang and offers well-appointed guestrooms, facilities and services. It is a popular choice of stay for travellers as it is close proximity to many attractions and dining options. This hotel was constructed in 2012 and features a total of 7 floors. There are 46 guestrooms which are equipped with basic amenities such as comfortable and clean bed, television, air conditioner and coffee and tea making facilities. Private bathroom with complimentary toiletries is also provided. Besides that, guests can enjoy variety of local delicacies at hawker stalls at New Lane. Munlustay Hotel also offers many facilities for convenience and comfort of guests. Among them are 24-hour front desk, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas and car park. For leisure activities, guests can approach the tour desk available to ask and arrange tour around Georgetown.
How to Get to Munlustay 88 Hotel
From Kuala Lumpur city centre, it takes around 3 hours and 50 minutes to reach Munlustay Hotel by using North-South highway. Besides that, visitors also can fly from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Penang International Airport also can reach this hotel for 25-minute ride via Sultan Azlan Shah and Tun Dr Lim Chong highway. In addition, there are also bus terminals nearby which are Komtar Bus Terminal and Pengkalan Raja Tun Uda Bus Terminal.
Different Types of Room in Munlustay 88 Hotel
Deluxe King is a 19 square metre with 1 king bed. This room is equipped with basic amenities such as air conditioner, television and private bathroom with complimentary toiletries.
Deluxe Twin is a 19 square metre room with 2 single beds. This twin room is overlooking the beautiful city and features a clean bed, work desk and mini fridge.
Executive Deluxe is a 25 square metre room with 1 king bed. This spacious room can accommodate 2 to 3 adults and fitted with decent amenities.
Restaurant and café in Munlustay 88 Hotel
As for dining options, guests do not have to worry because Georgetown offers a wide array of food. New Lane or Lorong Baru is located nearby this hotel and a 250 metre stretch of road connecting Macalister and Irving roads. This lane features hawker stalls that line up every evening and there are about 20 permanent stalls. Among the cuisines you can find here are Sotong Kangkong, Chee Cheong fun and Popia Basah. You cannot miss the special Char Kuey Teow and signature dish, Congee which is a Chinese porridge made with rice instead of oats and eaten alongside side dishes like fresh crab, eggs and ginger chicken. These hawker stalls open from 4pm to 2am.
Activities and Facilities in Munlustay 88 Hotel
There are various facilities and services offered here at Munlustay 88 Hotel. Among them are 24-hour room service, 24-hour reception, business centre and room service. Besides that, there are also ironing, drying and laundry services. In addition, convenience store and airport shuttle are also available. There are also facilities for disable guests like elevators. As for recreational activities, guests can arrange tour around Georgetown at tour desk and visit many attractions like Glass Museum, Gurney Drive and many more.
Interesting Places near Munlustay 88 Hotel
Glass Museum - Opened on 8th October 2011, Glass Museum is the first glass museum in Malaysia. This museum was previously located along Mount Erskine Road but has since moved to Burmah Road. It was awarded with 2 records in The Malaysia Book of Records: "The First Glass Museum" and "Longest Batik Motive Glass Painting". The museum features many decorative glass work and specializes in Fused Glass, Sandblasted Glass, Batik Glass and Creative Art Glass. Besides that, there is a demonstration of Glass Cutting and Sand Carving as well as reusing glass bottle to create unique products whilst create awareness about recycling. In addition, Glass Museum also has the longest glass artwork in Malaysia, as certified by the Malaysia Book of Records. The artwork measures 40 feet in length and 4.5 feet in height. This attraction opens on Monday until Saturday and closed on Sunday and Public Holiday. The opening hours is from 9.30am to 6.00pm on Monday to Friday and 9.30am to 5.00pm on Saturday.
Komtar - Komtar Penang is a 65-storey tower nestled in the middle of Georgetown and regarded as the sixth-tallest building in Malaysia. Komtar is an acronym for Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak, named after the second Prime Minister of Malaysia and was constructed in 1974 and completed in 1986. It is home to the state government’s offices and its lower floors are retail spaces occupied by local boutiques and stalls specialising in cell phone, camera and laptop repairs. Besides that, Komtar also features a bus terminal which consists of Rapid Penang bus operators that serve the entire Georgetown area. In addition, the building has Komtar Walk that connects to Prangin Mall where shoppers can find more dining options and facilities.