Four Points By Sheraton Sandakan

Four Points by Sheraton Sandakan is a five Star Hotel. Many of its rooms come with a wonderful waterfront views, as well as being modern, spacious and comfortable. It also offers great facilities like an outdoor pool, a lobby lounge, an all-day dining restaurant, a gym, and a business centre. Truly a splendid and cosy place to pamper oneself. 

Four Points By Sheraton Sandakan (Donald Monjohi)

Hotel City Star

Hotel City Star is a mid-size accommodation with a total of 40 rooms. Providing a comfortable and convenient stay are the main aims of this hotel. All the rooms are fully furnished with modern facilities. Spilt-units air-conditioner, attached bathroom, television set with Astro channels, coffee and tea making facilities are provided for the ease and comfort of the guests. Being centrally situated at the heart of Sandakan town, guests will find that many commercial establishments, government offices, banks and shopping centres are with in walking distance.

Hotel City Star, Sandakan

This hotel is a five storey building, and it is serviced by a lift. Only two categories of rooms are available, namely standard and deluxe. Standard rooms are available in single or double, while the deluxe rooms have single, double and triple occupancy. These rooms are moderately spacious. Decoration is kept simple. Quality mattress are used. The main different for the two room types is the deluxe room comes with a mini bar. Compare to other nearby hotels, the room rates here is very affordable too.

Perkasa Hotel Tenom

Tenom is a small town located deep in the Interior Residency of Sabah. The main tourist attractions here are the Tenom Agriculture Park, Murut Culture Centre, and the coffee plantation. This is also a good place if one needs a quiet place for retreat or just wants to get away from the rat race. While there are a few budget accommodations at the town, many would agree that the best hotel in Tenom will have to be the Perkasa Hotel. Located just 2 km away from the town and perched highly at a hill slope that overlooks the entire valley. This hotel provides guests with comfortable rooms, many useful facilities and most of all good services.

Perkasa Hotel Tenom (Front Entrance)

Habiba Suites

The beautiful capital city of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu (KK) lies at a long strip of land that is sandwiched between the South China Sea and the Signal Hill. While many accommodations can be found in the city area, Habiba Suites chooses to be different, since it is perched on much higher ground up on Signal Hill. By road it is about a kilometre away from the downtown area, but the view from Habiba Suites has the whole city of Kota Kinabalu placed right below its foothill. The apartment complex where Habiba Suites occupies now was once used as government housing quarters for the senior servants. This building has been around since the 70s. After some serious renovations in 2009, the Habiba Suites, a service apartments, was opened for business in March, 2010. These apartment units are divided into Apartel Suites and Studio Apartments. There are 17 units in total.

Habiba Suites (Side View)

Hotel Suang Hee

Situated at the Segama Shopping Centre which is very much in the centte of Kota Kinabalu (KK), Hotel Suang Hee provides comfortable and affortable accommodation for the visitors. Established in 1978, this hotel is a small scale venture with a total of 22 rooms only. Guests can choose from three types of rooms namely standard, deluxe and family. Standard rooms consist of just a single bed and have the lowest room rate. As for the deluxe rooms, these are further divided into twin bed, queen bed and triple, while the family rooms range from four single beds to six single beds. Therefore travellers do have quite a few choices for rooms at Hotel Suang Hee to choose from, and they can decide on the one that suits them most.

All these rooms are air-conditioned, there is small television, and an attached bathroom with hot and cold showers. Do note that the family rooms are equipped with fans too, apart from the air-conditioners. Good security is also provided by having CCTVs on all the hall ways. For the convenience of customers a water dispenser with hot and cold water is located on each floor. Internet service is available at the lobby.

The Cottage Hotel

The Cottage Hotel is new, clean, and nice.

The Cottage Hotel will be celebrating its first anniversary in the coming month, and it is still working hard to establish itself as a major player among the other hotels and resorts in and around Kundasang. Travellers normally will not notice this rather new hotel, as it is not built beside the Tuaran to Ranau road. Located about 1km away from Kundasang Town, and along the small road that leads to the Mesilau Resort, The Cottage Hotel is nestled right in the heartland of the Kundasang farming communities. This location allows guests at The Cottage Hotel an overview of the beautiful vegetable farm lands below, as well as the scared Mt. Kinabalu above, together with its jagged peaks. The year round temperature at night is around 18 degrees Celsius.

Tune Hotel

Fancy of having a five Star sleeping experience, but only paying for a one star hotel price? If the answer is yes, then Tune Hotel is the place. Savvy travellers who spend the whole day exploring, and only back at their hotel for a clean, comfortable, safe environment, and a decent night sleep will find Tune Hotel very pleasing indeed, and it does not burn a hole in their pockets.

Australia Place

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australia place

An Australia Place in Kota Kinabalu? Yes! there is. The Australia Place is located at foothill of Signal Hills near the Atkinson Clock Tower next to the old police station. This is the few places of modern Kota Kinabalu City that is not on the reclaim land. The jungle beside the australia place has remain undisturbed for many years, and monkeys still inhabit in this area. The place was so named, as this was the place where the Australian soldiers camped when they landed here some 60 years ago, toward the end of second world war. The name has fondly remained unchanged till today.

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another view of australia place