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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAwana Hotel Genting Highlands
Awana Tower Hotel at the Genting Golf Resort was a lovely, relaxing, luxury stay. The rooms were extra large with 2 queen size beds with service every day. The views were wonderful over-looking the golf course and valley and mountains beyond. A buffet breakfast was included in the price of $60 a room per night. A free bus provided shuttle service to different places around the Highlands. Plenty of restaurants for good food and a large heated pool and spa to relax in after a long active day.
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Arranged with June to meet at 8:00 am to go down to breakfast, which was included in our room price, but it was 9:00 am by the time we got there. The others were sleeping in. The Rajawali Restaurant had a good selection, with the usual Asian Malaysian food, there was also cereals, fruits, sweet breads, toast and omelet and scrambled eggs, as well …
Everybody relaxed and took it easy at this lovely resort, nestled in the hills of Genting Highlands.
This morning I wandered around to take in the surroundings after I had an hours swim in the heated pool. Managed to do 8 laps in the 20 metre pool. They have picturesque gardens and trees full of epiphytes, which would be lovely to see …
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