Since its opening in early 2018, DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Penang has been growing as a prominent hotel on the island and it is to no one’s surprise why. This resort at Batu Feringghi has reportedly welcomed over 120,000 travellers and guests in just one year.
DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Penang even won big during the Haute Grandeur 2018, a global hotel awards by winning four titles such as ‘Best New Hotel in Malaysia’, ‘Best Family Resort in Malaysia’, ‘Best Leisure Hotel in Malaysia’ and ‘Best Family Hotel in Malaysia’.
During the one-year anniversary celebration, Jason Chong the CEO of Cornerstone Partners Group is happy to play a part in the successful development of the hospitality and tourism industries in Penang.
“With the continuing success of the DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Penang, we hope to show that this is a viable model for the hospitality industry, and we will be able to attract further investment and other iconic hotel brands,” Chong added.
Penang’s first Hilton property offers a fresh and one-of-a-kind addition to the holiday scene for travellers visiting the island. If you haven’t been there yet, here are the things you are missing out on:
1. Welcoming Attention and Interaction with Guests
Expect no less from DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Penang as the resort’s personalised service from the reception to your doorstep will make you feel entirely like home. Also, you’ll be greeted with their signature DoubleTree Chocolate Chip cookies upon checking in.
2. The Cultural Presence of Penang
The resort and guestroom interior hints of Penang’s peranakan heritage with trinkets, frames and orirental furnishings. At Makan Kitchen, the multichoice of delicacies allow guests to savour the diversity of Malaysian food at the buffet.
3. Family-friendly Resort
There are many fun recreations for children and parents to have a good time. The kids-proof artificial beach at the pool, water playground, TeddyVille Musuem and Kid’s Club on site are perfect for a family staycation.
DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Penang
56, Jalan Low Yat, Batu Ferringhi,
Text by Jessy Wong