Hydro Hotel Penang
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHydro Hotel Penang Batu Ferringhi
Can improve its service and helpfulness rooms good size but really out of the way and have a captive audience and charge more for food and drinks because of it. pool area is lovely
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Penang Day 1,
I arrived in Penang at 8pm, took the 1 hour taxi ride to my hotel and settled in for the night, I was lucky enough to get a free upgrade to the King Suite with ocean view, comfy king bed all to myself and finally a nice quiet hotel without tooting horns or constant traffic noise, the hotel is very nice, at $246 for 5 nights I …
... had a strawberry daiquiri to go with it. After eating and having a catch up, we could check into our room. As soon as we got in the room, I noticed we got bath robes to wear, ohhh living the luxurious life is the best! My brother did very well with the hotel and it was a sure thing to say that we did not want to leave! As soon as we got to the room, Darren gave us our presents from mummy and let's just say Colm didn't get a chance to open his. I was a kid at Christmas. Thank you ...
Sunny Breaks 35 / 26
Once again, started the day with a very big breakfast, one would say, too much. After the rant yesterday about the hotel, the morning produced a beautiful view from the room window. Walked over to the mall and took a taxi to Penang Hill, a must see. This is the highest point on the island and provides some spectacular views. It was a retreat for British officers in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Many of the street names ...
... warmth when we got off. We rattled past £600k smart apartments next to ram shackle food stalls. It's all an eclectic mix of everything here, Chinese, Indian and tourists. Stopping off we walked through a fantastic hotel to use the facilities before going to sit on a plastic chair under a coconut tree on a cheap beach side cafe, watching the sun do down with beer and ...
... walking around trying to avoid getting knocked down! Things picked up a bit in the evening, lots of people out on the streets, and we had some lovely food at one of the street stalls. Went for a very sweaty run which was about the high point. We only stayed in Penang for one night, hopped on a bus to Krabi the next morning.