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Based on 72 reviews
Check-in: From 14:00
Check-out: Before 12:00
Zara’s Boutique Hotel is a small, stylish hotel. It is located just outside of the Kota Kinabalu city centre, about two kilometres away. It is a perfect place to stay for those who are not keen to be in the middle of the city and yet still close enough to go there when needed. The Zara’s Boutique Hotel is also located near the beach, and despite it is a no-swimming zone, it still gives a great view outside the room. The Zara’s Boutique Hotel also offers a great rate for their spacious rooms.
How to get to the Zara’s Boutique Hotel
Zara’s Boutique Hotel is located on the road parallel to the main road of the Harbour city, a small development just outside Kota Kinabalu city centre. The access to the boutique hotel is easy and it is visible from far thanks to the huge hotel’s name located on top of the building. Driving to the Zara’s Boutique Hotel is definitely the easiest way to go to the hotel. It is also possible to take a taxi or the online car-hailing services to the hotel.
Travelling to Kota Kinabalu is also easy thanks to the international airport that is located just fifteen minutes away from the hotel. There are daily flights from major cities in West Malaysia such as from Kuala Lumpur, Penang, and such. The Kota Kinabalu International Airport also receives international flights from nearby Asian countries such as Thailand, the Philippines, Japan, and South Korea. From the airport, it is easy to get a taxi or rent a car to go to the city centre and to the Zara’s Boutique Hotel.
Different Types of Room at the Zara’s Boutique Hotel
Zara’s Boutique Hotel offers three types of room in their hotel. Starting from the most inexpensive room at the hotel is the Superior room which is at RM 197 a night. The Superior room is a 20-sqm room with a Queen-sized bed. This type of room comes with a stunning view of the mountains. The second type of room is the Deluxe with 23-sqm of space. Deluxe room offers a choice to have either a Queen-sized bed or two Twin-sized beds. The Deluxe room starts from RM 209 a night. This type of room also has the view of the mountain. The biggest room at the Zara’s Boutique Hotel is the Super Deluxe type. The room is 25-sqm which also has the mountain view. The Super Deluxe room comes with two Twin-sized beds and it starts from just RM 219 a night. All of these room rates are already includes the complimentary breakfast service for two.
All of the rooms at the Zara’s Boutique Hotel are non-smoking. The rooms are equipped with basic in-room amenities such as a coffee/tea maker set including an electric kettle, a flat-screen television, a writing desk and a chair. The rooms are also equipped with ironing facility and an in-room safe. There is also a single-seat sofa in each room. Extra beds are available upon request. There is a free Wi-Fi connection in every room.
The private bathroom in each of the room has a shower with hot water and complimentary toiletries.
Restaurant and Café at the Zara’s Boutique Hotel
The Zara’s Boutique Hotel has a restaurant where they serve a daily breakfast buffet. They also do lunch and dinner services.
Facilities at the Zara's Boutique Hotel
The best facility at the Zara’s Boutique Hotel is definitely the massage service provided at their health and wellness centre. The massage service comes with a surcharge. The hotel also has meeting and banquet facilities that can cater to any small up to medium size events. The Zara’s Boutique Hotel has ample parking spots which are an important feature in Kota Kinabalu city centre.
Interesting Place Near Zara’s Boutique Hotel
Sabah State Museum & Heritage Village - The Sabah Museum was established in 1965 in a shophouse in Jalan Gaya and it was due to the effort of the Sabah Society. Back then, the small museum had some collections of photographs, diaries and other artefacts that were bequeathed. The Sabah Museum moved to its current location in 1984 and the opening at the new place was officiated by the 7th Yang di-Pertuan Agong, Sultan Ahmad Shah of Pahang. Today, the current museum does not only house the Sabah State Museum but it also has a science and education centre, a heritage village, an art gallery together with the Museum of Islamic Civilization. The museum opens daily, from 9 am to 5 pm.