The Klagan Hotel is a 3- star hotel and located in the middle of Kota Kinabalu city centre. It comprised of 296 modern guestrooms which are equipped with impeccable amenities such as flat- screen television, private bathroom with shower facilities and free toiletries and mini fridge. Besides complimentary Wi-Fi access, guests can experience dining at Wanyan Rooftop Cafe, which serves Asian and Malaysian cuisines. In addition, coffee and pastries can be enjoyed at The Klagan Lounge. Other than dining options, there are facilities and services provided for guests such as a meeting and banquet hall that can fit over 250 people, daily maid and housekeeping service and free parking.
How To Get to The Klagan Hotel
There are flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Kota Kinabalu Airport. The journey takes around 2 hours and 30 minutes. Once you reach the airport, you can take a taxi or rent a car to the Klagan Hotel by using the Pintas road for 20 minutes.
Different Types of Room in The Klagan Hotel
Atrium room is a 32 square metre room with 1 large double bed or 2 single beds. This spacious room is suitable for 2 adults and offers basic amenities like flat- screen television, desk and private bathroom with complimentary toiletries.
Superior Double or Twin Room is a 32 square metre room with 1 extra-large double bed or 2 single beds. This room is well- equipped with standard amenities like a wardrobe, air conditioner and a minibar alongside an amazing view of Kota Kinabalu city.
Deluxe Double or Twin Room is a 35 square metre room with 1 extra-large double bed or 2 single beds. This spacious deluxe room is facing the beautiful sea and can accommodate 2 adults perfectly.
Double or Twin Room is an 18 square metre room with 1 extra-large double bed or 2 single beds. This room is fitted with a flat-screen satellite TV and an electric kettle.
Standard Double or Twin Room is an 18 square metre room with 2 single beds or 1 extra-large double bed. This standard room can fit maximum 2 adults comfortably.
Basic Triple Room is an 18 square metre room with 3 single beds. This triple room is fitted with a flat-screen satellite TV and private bathroom with free toiletries and a shower.
Restaurant and cafe in The Klagan Hotel
The Klagan Hotel provides several dining options such as Wanyan Rooftop Café and The Klagan Lounge. Wanyan Rooftop Café opens from 6.30 am to 10.30pm and is an ideal venue for social gatherings or appointments. It is an all-day dining cafe featuring Asian and local delicacies is located at Level 11 of The Klagan Hotel. This well- known café is popular for oxtail asam pedas, rack of lamb, creamy mushroom soup and cream caramel. Besides that, located at the lobby level of this hotel, The Klagan Lounge also offers a refreshing beverage and quick snacks. It is a perfect place for relaxing and private gathering.
Activities and Facilities in The Klagan Hotel
At Klagan Hotel, there are a variety of facilities and services are provided for guests. Among them are daily maid service, and airport shuttle and drop-off service. Besides that, there are also lounge and television area as well as fax and photocopying facilities. There are certain facilities and services are offered at an additional price such as meeting and banquet facilities and business centre. In addition, there is a mini market and convenience store for any emergency needs. As for activities, guests can tour around the city centre and nearest attractions and landmarks such as Kota Kinabalu city and enjoy time exercising at the well-equipped fitness centre.
Tourists Attraction Near The Klagan Hotel
Gaya Street - Gaya Street was previously known as Bond Street and located in the Kota Kinabalu Central Business District. This street is widely known among locals and tourists for selling almost anything you can think of. There are batik sarongs, fruits and flowers, arts and craft, antiques and souvenirs, footwear, snacks and pets. There are also stalls which sell arts, craft, food, fruits, antiques and many more. Every Sunday morning, Gaya Street is closed off to traffic to make way for Gaya Street Fair. The Gaya Street Fair starts as early as 6 am in the morning until 1pm in the afternoon.
Atkinson Clock Tower - This clock tower was built in 1905 and located along Signal Hill road. This unique tower is an all- wood and no- nails structure and built to remember the late Francis George Atkinson who is the notable first District Officer of Jesselton during the British North Borneo Chartered Company Administration. The Jesselton first district officer died of Malaria or ‘Borneo Fever’ at the age of 28 in December 1902. His mother, Mrs Mary Edith Atkinson presented a two-faced clock to Jesselton town as a tribute to the memory of her son and it was decided later that a clock tower would be built in his honour. It is the oldest standing structure in the whole of Sabah that survived the destruction of Jesselton town during World War II until now. The Atkinson Clock Tower is handled by the Sabah Museum under its Antiquity and History section.