Seri Costa Hotel-Resort

Address: Jl. PM 8, Plaza Mahkota, Melaka, Melaka State, 75000, Malaysia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Jl. PM 8, Plaza Mahkota, Melaka, is near Malacca Sultanate Palace, Christ Church, Dataran Pahlawan Melaka Megamall, and Queen Victoria's Fountain.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSeri Costa Hotel-Resort Melaka

      Reviewed by lakwatsa

      Good for families!

      Reviewed Dec 30, 2012
      by (1 review) , Singapore Flag of Singapore

      If ACCESSIBILITY and CONVENIENCE to places of interest is your priority then this is one place to book. All we needed was a room to sleep without all the luxuries since we were going to be out most of the time anyways. Since we started tagging along our one-year old, this was one of the most beneficial asset we get to enjoy-- a WALK AWAY from the heritage sites.

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