Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La, Penang, Malaysia
Situated on the famous Batu Ferringhi Beach, in walking distance to the night markets, the Golden Sands Resort is in a great spot. The hotel also offers a free scheduled shuttle to George Town. Back at the hotel, there is plenty to keep both young and old entertained including the Adventure Zone family entertainment centre, tennis courts and two lagoon pools.
Location: Batu Ferringhi Beach.
Board Basis: Bed & Breakfast.
Transfer: approx. 45 minutes from Penang Airport.
Free Nights: Pay 4 stay 5, pay 5 stay 7 or pay 7 stay 10 for stays 01 Apr-23 Dec 13 and 01 Feb-31 Mar 14 in all room types.
Free Nights: Pay 4 stay 7, pay 8 stay 14 for stays until 30 Nov 13 (Deluxe Sea Facing, Deluxe Seafacing Family and Executive Sea View only).
Free Breakfast: For stays 01 Apr-23 Dec 13 and 01 Feb-31 Mar 14.
Kids Stay, Play, Eat Offer: Please call for more details.
Honeymoon: Stay minimum 4 nights to receive fruit basket, flowers, bottle of sparkling wine, guaranteed upgrade to the next room category (Superior and Deluxe Rooms only) Wedding certificate is required.
2 Swimming pools & kids pool with waterslide
Adventure Zone family entertainment centre
Kids club (4-12 years)
Complimentary shuttle to George Town.
Superior Hillview Rooms have bath and shower, air conditioning, TV and DVD player, complimentary broadband, hairdryer and tea & coffee making facilities.Room and Board Upgrades
Deluxe Seafacing Rooms have balcony.
Superior Hillview Family and Deluxe Seaview Family Rooms consist of two interconnecting rooms and sleep up to 2 adults and 3 children.
Executive Seaview Rooms are on higher floors with balcony.
A minimum stay of 5 nights applies 24 Dec 12-03 Jan 13.
Penang hotels lie in the bustling colonial town of Penang, the oldest British settlement in Malaysia. The hotels in Penang may be modern, but the streets are steeped in history, and the capital Georgetown is full of quaint colonial buildings contrasted with vast shopping malls. Many of the hotels in Penang look out over the palm-fringed beaches, for snorkelling and stretching out on the sand, but the more adventurous can explore the jungles and paddy fields nearby, or hit the pubs and all-night coffee houses after-hours. Linked to the mainland by the world's third longest bridge, Penang holidays offer a unique taste of Asia's colonial past, with a modern Malaysian flavour.