Deposit is required during check-in using cash
Hotel only accept guests with minimum age of 18.
Situated around 5 kilometres from Kota Kinabalu International Airport, One Hotel Lintas Jaya is a modern hotel that offers accommodation in Kota Kinabalu city centre. It is comprised of 29 guestrooms which feature television, en-suite bathrooms with showers, air-conditioner, and tea and coffee making facilities. Besides that, One Hotel Lintas Jaya offers impeccable service and all the essential amenities needed for the convenience and comfort of guests. For instance, there are free parking, 24-hour reception desk, complimentary WiFi access, a snack bar and gift shop. Other than facilities, One Hotel is also located nearby the restaurant and café. Guests can indulge in Indonesian food at Warung Bandung and enjoy different types of coffee and desserts at Tree Monk Coffee Roaster. For activities, guests can tour around Kota Kinabalu city centre and visits interesting attractions and landmarks such as Tanjung Aru beach and Sabah State Museum.
How To Get To One Hotel Lintas Jaya
There are flights daily from Subang and Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Kota Kinabalu International Airport. The journey usually takes around 2 hours and 30 minutes. Once you reach the airport, you can grab a taxi or rent a car to One Hotel Lintas Jaya for a 13-minute drive via Lintas and Tun Hussein road.
Different Types of Room in One Hotel Lintas Jaya
Family Room is a type of room with 1 Queen Bed and 1 Single Bed. This spacious room can accommodate up to 4 guests.
Deluxe Room is a type of room with 1 Queen Bed. It is equipped with basic amenities such as television, desk and wardrobe.
Standard Twin Room is a type of room with 2 Single Beds.
Standard City View is a type of room with 1 Queen Bed. This room is overlooking the beautiful city of Kota Kinabalu city centre.
Restaurant and café in One Hotel Lintas Jaya
As for dining options, there are interesting restaurant and café nearby One Hotel Lintas Jaya. For those who love Indonesian food, Warung Bandung is the place to go. This restaurant serves popular East Javanese cuisine, Ayam penyet or smashed or flattened chicken with rice, cucumber, fried tofu, tempeh and sambal. There are also side dishes such as meat soup, fried fish and other dishes to choose from. This spicy Indonesian cuisine is a great combination with beverages available such as the famous Air Bandung with Lychee and the evergreen Teh C Ping. Besides that, Tree Monk Coffee Roaster is a trendy café which is located nearby and has a variety of coffee beans selections. The café has coffee beans from many countries such as Kenya and Costa Rica and serves aromatic coffee along with a wide array of delicious cakes.
Activities and Facilities in One Hotel Lintas Jaya
There are various facilities and services offered here at One Hotel. Among them are a 24-hour reception, 24 hours of camera surveillance and car park. There are also facilities for disabled guests and elevators and handicraft and souvenir shops. As for recreational activities, guests can tour around Kota Kinabalu city centre and visits interesting attractions and landmarks.
Interesting Places Near One Hotel Lintas Jaya
Tanjung Aru beach - Tanjung Aru beach is situated around 6 kilometres from Kota Kinabalu city centre and at the end of Tunku Abdul Rahman road. It is named after casuarinas or aru trees that are present at the beach and also the fine white sands. The Tanjung Aru beach is also home to Shangri-la's Tanjung Aru Resort, the Kinabalu Golf Club and the Kinabalu Yacht Club. Besides offering water activities, there are also food stalls selling local food and drinks. There are Tanjung Aru beach food hawker court selling roasted peanuts and boiled corn as well as cooking satay and chicken wing grill. Visitors also can enjoy coconut and sugarcane juice as well as dinner at the seafood restaurant located on the beach.
Sabah State Museum - Located at Penampang road, Sabah State Museum was built in 1985 and was previously a British North Borneo Governor's Palace. The museum is surrounded by beautiful ethnobotanical gardens and comprised of Main Building, Science and Education Centre, Heritage Village, Sabah Art Gallery and Museum of Islamic Civilization. There are also galleries that display Natural History, Ceramics, Ethnography and Archaeology, Arts and many more. Visitors also can gain more knowledge on history and development of Sabah through reading the historical explanation. Besides that, Heritage Village is located on the Museum grounds where you can enter and experience different types of traditional houses of the various indigenous groups of Sabah. This museum is open daily from 9.00 am to 5.00pm and the admission fees for Malaysian is RM2, non-Malaysian is RM15 and senior citizens are free.
Smoking is strictly not allowed in this property
Pets are NOT allowed.