Many 3-Star to 5-Star Malaysia hotels usually carry out their promotion during the time when the occupancy rate of hotels are at the lowest. Another reason could be the promotional activities during the opening of a new hotel or re-opening after undergoing extensive renovation. The discount can go up to 60% off the published rate for a limited units of rooms.
Hence, if you have decided your travel date to Malaysia, booking of the rooms in advance will save you quite a substantial amount of money. It is always better to book during non-peak seasons in Malaysia. Peak seasons include public holidays followed by state holidays and school holidays. Check out Malaysia public holidays 2020 here.
There are a wide range of Malaysia hotels that you can consider staying while you are in Malaysia. Take note that many hotels offer lower rates if you book in advance.
Five Stars hotels at the capital city include Traders Hotel by Shangri La. This hotel is located just beside Kuala Lumpur City Centre where the Petronas Twin Towers are located. A convenient place to stay if you can afford the price as this location is at the heart of the city centre where you can get from one place to another easily.
Wolo Bukit Bintang is a four-star hotel with reasonably good rates. This hotel is located in the shopping district of the city. Have been receiving good reviews by customers. Other hotels within the vicinity include Furama Hotel Bukit Bintang, Prince Hotel, Shangri-la Hotel and Berjaya Times Square Hotel.
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Penang Island is one of the most popular tourist destination in Malaysia. There are plenty of beaches, food, hills, historical places that you can visit. Many foreigners have made this island their second home in Malaysia.
If you are one of those who like to stay near the beach, there are many hotels that have been built along the beaches, the popular ones being Batu Ferringhi Beach. Golden Sands Resorts by Shangri La and Hard Rock Hotel are located here.
Other hotels for consideration.
Melaka is one of the historical cities of Malaysia. Plan your itinerary to include this state if you have the time. You will definitely enjoy the authentic Nyonya and Portuguese food besides enjoying the culture and history of this state.
Hatten Hotel is one of the newest hotels located at the city centre. A convenient place to stay as you can get your food and transport easily from here. Check out also Equatorial Hotel, Holiday Inn Melaka, Majestic Hotel, Bayview Hotel, Swiss Garden and Hallmark View Hotel.
Sabah is one of the most visited states in Malaysia. This state is located in the island of Borneo and offers plenty of natural scenery and great beaches. Kinabalu National Park is a must if you have not been there, so is Poring Hot Spring.
In Kota Kinabalu, you can stay at Pacific Sutera which is located near the city centre. If you are prefer a Three-Star hotel, check out Gaya Centre Hotel which is located near the waterfront of the city. Check also the following hotels.
Langkawi is one of the most visited in Malaysia. Book early to avoid disappointment especially during public holidays. Hotels for your consideration.
As Johor is located near Singapore, you may want to consider staying here and travel to Singapore which is just across the causeway. If you plan to do so, try doing if during off peak hours and during working days as the immigration at both sides will be congested during public holidays. Some hotels worth considering in Johor.
Pahang is a huge state with many natural attractions. Kuantan is the capital. Cameron Highlands, Genting Highlands, Fraser's Hills and Berjaya Hills are all located here. Hotels for your consideration.
Sarawak is the biggest land area in Malaysia and is located in the island of Borneo. There are many national parks that you can visit. Kuching is the capital state of Sarawak. Here ia a listing of hotels for your consideration.