This wonderful old hotel lies in the heart of Georgetown and was first opened by the Sarkies brothers in 1885. Lovingly restored and expanded by the current owners, the hotel epitomises the grandeur and elegance of days gone by.
A stay here gives you the chance to explore Penang's historic capital with its many fine old buildings rubbing shoulders with modern neighbours. Many famous guests have stayed here including Noel Coward and Rudyard Kipling. Although it is not on the beach it is set right beside the sea and from the pool and sundeck you can hear the waves washing the shore.
Accommodation - The spacious suites are located in the Victory Annexe and decorated in period style. There is air conditioning, television, minibar, free WiFi and a balcony with sea views.
Facilities - There is a restaurant and bar, coffee shop, gym and swimming pool.