Nexus Resort & Spa Karambunai
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Get away from it all at the Nexus Resort, an idyllic resort nestled within the rainforest of Sabah, a Malaysian state on the island of Borneo. The resort is about 17 miles from the city center of Kota Kinabalu, but with a host of recreational opportunities on-site, there is no need to leave the grounds of this haven in Malaysia.
Nexus is home to eight restaurants and bars, including many with buffets to satisfy picky eaters. Sports lovers can tee off at the 18-hole championship golf course, challenge their talented companions to a game of squash or tennis, or catch the complimentary shuttle to the resort's Lagoon Park, which boasts a 75-acre nature park and a host of water activities.
Travelers preferring a more relaxed style vacation are also well catered to with the luxurious spa options. Many travelers love relaxing on the powder-white sands of the on-site beach, which at four miles long is never overcrowded with guests. In fact, visitors report that they rarely bump into other holidaymakers! The resort also has three freeform swimming pools and manicured gardens, which are perfect for an afternoon stroll. The Nexie Club for kids ensures parents can indulge in the couple's time they crave.
Travelers also recommend:
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsWaldpension Kollnburg
Our stay in Nexus Hotel in Karambunai was good. Good food. Good amenities. People were nice. Even the beach was nice and quiet. It wasn't crowded in September so we really had the nice and quiet vacation that we wanted. The only thing is, we were bitten by insects in the hotel room. We stayed in 4 Beringin. We went home having a lot of small swollen insect bites.
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