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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Deleeton Kota Kinabalu
Travel Blogs from Kota Kinabalu
... course blamed the ‘government power’ supply, and told us that if we had a complaint we would need to visit the government power offices, write letters etc. Since the marina was doing electrical work under contract, and our jetty was the only one ‘hit’ it was obvious that the problem was the fault of the marina and had cost us to get the A/C repaired. Other cruisers also had damage, with at least three losing their charger/inverter combos to the spike. In the end, ...
... we touched down in Kota Kinabalu I was starting to wonder if I'd got this all wrong. The shiny new airport came complete with McDonald's and Dunkin' Donuts!! To be honest I think it would put a lot of Australian airports to shame. After purchasing our taxi voucher (flat rate of RM30 = $10 for the trip into the city) we caught a cab to our hotel. The driver spoke English, didn't break any road rules, didn't have his cab ...
... or so from town, this place has a slightly strange claim to fame: it is home to the world's largest flower. Seriously. It's called the rafflesia and the biggest one was in bloom the day we got there- they only usually stay open (and therefore big and therefore interesting) for a few days a month.
As there's nothing at the lodge in the way of food or drink we stocked up on this stuff whilst we were in the nearby town of Lundu- we were to cook a feast that night, something ...
... Ah the joys of island life!
Lazed around for a few hours then caught the boat back to Sutera Harbour again and walked back to the hotel.
We had decided to repeat our awesome dinner from the previous night, so while Mike and Alanna walked straight back to the hotel, I went to the shopping centre and bought more wraps, salad and tuna.
Again, a great dinner, just what we needed. Watched movies and fell ...
... went back to bed for the morning.
After a snooze, we had lunch on the balcony (see photos!), and had a wander around the shops nearby. We had a drink at the fish market and came back later for tea with Seona (Shona).
I was so impressed with the pouring of the tea (see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teh_tarik ) that I made a wee video clip. The internet line is too slow to ...