How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Merchant Georgetown
Travel Blogs from Georgetown
... The hostel provided some fresh fruit (bananas, yellow watermelon, and oranges) and toast, for a light breakfast. But more, to mine and Beth’s delight, there was peanut butter! Banana + peanut butter = delicious!
Despite being warned off going to Penang Hill by the ladies at the hostel due to it being school holidays and a popular place for mums to hang out, we thought since we were up early we might be able to beat the crowds. We caught the bus, taking around an hour, ...
... who has worked with several OT's in Australia.
We arrive at the famed Gurney Plaza hawker stall and step back as the smell of stir-frying, grilling, deep frying food, the sound of juice extractors, meat sizzling, people ordering, the sight of people lining up at various stalls and/or sitting at tables and plastic chairs and the feel of the sea breeze on our skins, fill us. This is quite a multi-sensory experience.
... for breakfast. she would join us to he national park. The breakfast took about 2 hours because we were with some other guests from our hostel. Eerika told me that she would leave the next day, to go to Thailand where she would do a scuba diving course. Since the scuba was my plan as well I decided to join her the next day, even before I new where we exactly should go. It was about 1 PM before we finally headed to the national park, to arrive there an hour later. Taman Negara ...
... in the blistering heat, accidentally getting a little burnt, I got quite tired and realised I'd not had breakfast. I'd been reccomended to go to the local mall as it was more likely to have food available over the holiday time and came across a cinema. By now it was lunch time so of course I went for a main meal of popcorn with an iced tea chaser! I watched "Kingsman: The secret service" which was really quite good. James Bond-esque but ...
... island of Penang is, the lights were so bright except for the pitch black mountains with clear definition between the two. This level of development also explained the need for the bus network, something that you couldn't really see from the quaint UNESCO heritage streets. We couldn't believe the skyline, it was so nice! After getting back down the hill, at 9pm, we waited for 45 minutes for the bus... rapid my ****!
The following day, we decided ...