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Seven Terraces Hotel is situated in the centre of Georgetown and offers top- class accommodation, facilities and services. Located around 20 minutes away from Penang International Airport, this hotel was built in the late 19th century and features 16 amazing suites with amenities. The amenities provided are balcony, air conditioner, electric kettle, a personal safe, ironing facilities and a flat-screen television. The private bathrooms also come with a hairdryer, shower facilities and complimentary bath amenities. Besides the wonderful rooms, guests can enjoy authentic Peranakan and Asian cuisines at the Kebaya Restaurant located at the ground floor. There are also facilities and services available at the hotel. Among them are airport transfers and shuttle services, free Wi-Fi access, 24-hour front desk and luggage storage service. For leisure and recreational activities, guests can swim at the outdoor swimming pool and enjoy massage treatments at the massage and spa centre.
How to Get to Seven Terraces Hotel
From Kuala Lumpur city centre, it takes around 3 hours and 45 minutes to reach Seven Terraces 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 20-minute drive via Sultan Azlan Shah and Tun Dr Lim Chong highway.
Different Types of Room in Seven Terraces Hotel
Terraced Duplex Suite is a 80 square metre suite with 1 extra-large double bed. This suite is fitted with amazing amenities such as television, mini bar and private bathroom.
Argus Apartment is a 120 square metre with 2 bedrooms. The first bedroom consists of 1 extra-large double bed and another bedroom with 2 single beds. This spacious apartment also equipped with balcony and seating area with television.
Stewart Apartment is a 100 square metre room with 2 bedrooms. The first bedroom consists of 1 extra-large double bed and another bedroom with 2 single beds.
Restaurant and café in Seven Terraces Hotel
As for dining options, Seven Terraces Hotel features an amazing restaurant called Kebaya restaurant. This dining place offers an authentic taste of Peranakan food with great interiors. It has excellent Baba-Nyonya food developed by the creative head chef, Chef Christopher Ong. Diners can enjoy the classic Indo-Chinese dishes infused with unexpected flavour by Chef Ong’s French cooking techniques. Among the popular dishes here are otak- otak or grilled fish cake, chicken curry and assam laksa. Besides that, there is also Mews Café that welcome guests with traditional decorations like ornate china dishware and white marble table tops. This café offers local and western cuisines such as tender chicken tikka with spicy curry, spicy smoked duck pasta and classic beef lasagne.
Activities and Facilities in Seven Terraces Hotel
There are many facilities and services that guests can make access fully at Seven Terraces hotel. Firstly, there are facilities and services like concierge, ironing, dry cleaning and laundry. Besides that, foreign currency exchange and business centre with photostat and printing facilities are also provided. In addition, guests also can enjoy recreational activities available here such as swimming and work out at fully equipped gymnasium. On top of that, after a long day, guests can unwind and relax at the message centre to get foot and full body massage treatment.
Interesting Places near Seven Terraces Hotel
Prangin Mall - Prangin Mall is a shopping mall located at Prangin Road or Dr Lim Chwee Leong road and linked to both Komtar and 1st Avenue Mall. Opened in 2001, Prangin Mall has six floors and features mostly affordable brands for lower and middle- income earners. The main anchor tenant of this mall is Parkson which has retained its outlet until today and other brands such as Giordano, Padini and Takashimaya. Besides that, there is also a major electronic retail centre offering various electronic gadgets at lower prices. Visitors also can find numerous dining options at this mall like Starbucks, Subway, Pizza Hut and McDonald's.
Kek Lok Si Temple - Kek Lok Si was built in 1890 by a devout immigrant Chinese Buddhist called Beow Lean. It is comprised of monasteries, prayer halls, temples and beautifully-landscaped gardens. The development of temple was funded by donations from the Penang Straits Chinese community 20 years later. The main attraction here is the pagoda of Rama VI and, the seven-storey, 30-metre high tower known as the ‘face’ of Kek Lok Si. Besides that, it features a maze of souvenir kiosks as well as a turtle and fish pond. In addition, there are statues of the Four Heavenly Kings in the Hall of the Devas and each of the Kings allegedly controls one of the four points of the compasses which are Kwang Mu (Guardian of the West), Tou Wen (Guardian of the North), Ch'i Kuo (Guardian of the East) and Tseg Chang (Guardian of the South).