The Reunion Heritage House is located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Georgetown, Penang. The hotel offers 14 rooms or suites in a heritage property which is a 100-year-old pre-war shophouse. Refurbished in 2014, the hotel is made up of 2 units of shophouses linked by three open stairwells. There are four kinds of rooms or suites available to choose from. Each room is furnished with luxurious bedding and is equipped with all the amenities and facilities that will ensure guests a comfortable stay. The hotel is decorated tastefully in retro fittings with Merbau and Cenggal hardwood floors. The Reunion Heritage is situated very strategically in the city on Lebuh Victoria which is less than 20 kilometres away from the airport. Nearby attractions include Khoo Kongsi Temple, the Ghost Museum, Canon Street and the Batik Painting Museum. With their friendly and warm staff, guests will feel right at home staying at the Reunion Heritage House.
How to Get to Reunion Heritage House
Reunion Heritage House is less than 20 kilometres away from the Penang International Airport. It will take roughly 20 minutes to 25 minutes to reach the hotel by car. At the airport, guests can choose to take a taxi or rent a car. Another option is to use an e-hailing service.
If you are driving from mainland Peninsular Malaysia, you can reach Reunion Heritage House by driving along the Penang Bridge and heading towards Gelugor. Then drive on to Tun Dr Lim Chong Highway and onto Lebuh Victoria.
Different Types of Rooms in Reunion Heritage House
Superior King Room is about 15 square meters big and has a king bed suitable for two adult guests.
Deluxe King rooms offers guest a room with a king-sized bed and a window with a courtyard view. The size of the room is 18 square metres.
The Premium Duplex Suite is a spacious 37 square meter room with one king bed. There is even a kitchenette in the suite.
Exclusive Duplex suite is the most spacious with 40 square meter of space. The suite comes with one king and one sofa bed as well as a courtyard view. The suite can fit three people. It also has a kitchenette.
Restaurants and Café in Reunion Heritage House
The Reunion Heritage House has a café called Merry Me. The café serves pasta, western food, ice cream, waffles, as well as coffee, tea and juices.
Since the hotel is located in the city, there are many dining options only a short drive away. Some of the restaurants are the Indigo Restaurant @ The Blue Mansion, Lagenda House & Café. Kebaya Dining Room, Sushi Kitchen, Il Bacaro, Bite N Eat Dindigul Briyani, and many more.
Activities and Facilities in Reunion Heritage House
The Reunion heritage House provides amenities and facilities with the comfort of guests in mind. All rooms are air-conditioned and non-smoking. The mattresses provided are 10 inches thick with linear pocketed spring systems and layers of memory latex foam. Besides that, the hotel provides each rooms with hair dryers, toiletries, and towels. There is free Wi-Fi in all rooms as well as satellite and cable channels. Rooms are equipped with in-room safe box for guests to keep their valuables.
Tourist Attractions near Reunion Heritage House
Khoo Kongsi - A large Hokkien Clan temple located about 0.25 kilometres away from Reunion Heritage Home. One of the city’s interesting attractions, it was completed in the year 1906. The temple is a clanhouse for the Khoos, wealthy Straits Chinese Traders who emigrated from South China. The temple’s structure and interior is adorned with ornate carvings, murals and statues.
Batik Painting Museum - The Batik Painting Museum is a speciality museum located along Armenian Street. The museum opened in 2013 after a three-year restoration period and showcases the history of batik in Malaysia. There are three levels in the museum which houses about 70 pieces of batik painting at any one time. Some of the paintings were done in 1950s. it is the only known museum of its kind in the country.
Cannon Street - Canon Street got its name from the canons fired by colonial governments to suppress riots during society wars in 1867. Nowadays, the street is most known as a place for tourists to view street art and visit quaint shophouses and cafés line on either side of the street. Many tourists like to rent bicycles or walk along the street to enjoy the murals as well as the eateries.