Featured hotels in Penang

  • £123

    Average price per night

    Eastern & Oriental Hotel, George Town
    9.1 Superb 2,085 reviews
    Description Located in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Georgetown, Eastern & Oriental Hotel offer 19th century heritage accommodations in Penang.
    Review

    "I was there for just two days, would have loved to have stayed longer. Maybe visit again. If you like the colonial feeling this is the hotel for you."

    Christopher. United Kingdom
  • £49

    Average price per night

    Areca Hotel Penang, George Town
    9.1 Superb 644 reviews
    Description Located in UNESCO World Heritage Site of George Town, Areca Hotel Penang offers accommodations in Penang. Guests can enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant.
    Review

    "Beautiful garden setting, rooms with lovely original fittings and modern conveniences. The breakfast's are fabulous and the staff are exceptional! Best place we stayed in Malaysia."

    Gwen. United Kingdom
  • £107

    Average price per night

    The Edison George Town, George Town
    9.5 Exceptional 218 reviews
    Description The Edison George Town is set in a restored colonial mansion with contemporary decor. The stylish guest rooms are furnished with a sofa and guests enjoy complimentary turn down service.
    Review

    "The Hotel is great. Shopie was really charming during the check in procees. She explained us everything about places and things to do in the city. During our stay all the staff made us feel like at home,..."

    Nazaret. Spain
  • £78

    Average price per night

    Jawi Peranakan Mansion, George Town
    9.3 Superb 438 reviews
    Description Set in a restored Anglo-Indian mansion, Jawi Peranakan Mansion offers well-appointed rooms with free WiFi throughout. It houses an outdoor pool and operates a 24-hour front desk.
    Review

    "Very nice and classy decoration. Calm surroudings but near restaurants, Komtar is around 10 to 15 min by walk. Friendly and professional staff. I have stayed in several boutique hotels in Georgetown, including..."

    DANIELE TRAN. Singapore
  • £44

    Average price per night

    Le Dream Boutique Hotel, George Town
    9.3 Superb 737 reviews
    Description Located in Georgetown, Le Dream Boutique Hotel offers modern accommodation with free WiFi access. It features a rooftop spa tub, a restaurant and a rooftop bar.
    Review

    "i was really happy during my stay there the location was perfect 1 min walk from mall and other historic places the room was clean the size of room was nice all needed facilities were there stuff..."

    F.Eldesouki. Egypt
  • £78

    Average price per night

    Muntri Grove, George Town

    Muntri Grove

    George Town

    9.2 Superb 389 reviews
    Description Situated in George Town, Penang – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Muntri Grove Hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool, free WiFi access and tastefully furnished guestrooms.
    Review

    "Very friendly and helpful front desk staff. Amazing room with an interesting history. Very convenient location but tucked away from the Main Street just enough to be quiet. Make sure you pick up the free..."

    Terrence. Canada
  • £137

    Average price per night

    Seven Terraces, George Town

    Seven Terraces

    George Town

    9.4 Superb 313 reviews
    Description Located in the capital city of Penang, Seven Terraces is only within a 5-minute walk to the significant Goddess of Mercy Temple and the popular Penang Peranakan Mansion.
    Review

    "This hotel is truly amazing, it's dacor and rooms are wonderfuly presented. The next time I'm in penang I'll be staying here for sure, know where else I've stayed is quite like this place...."

    Rod. New Zealand
  • £80

    Average price per night

    Noordin Mews, George Town
    9.3 Superb 649 reviews
    Description Noordin Mews is a boutique hotel housed in a historical building in central Penang. It offers an outdoor pool and provides free Wi-Fi throughout the building.
    Review

    "Friendly and dedicated staff who go the extra mile; beautifully and tastefully appointed boutique hotel; wonderful food quality; many sweet touches - like welcome fruit and drink, traditional goodies on your pillow every night; complementary tea timr snacks even a completely unexpected birthday cake and balloons once they knew we were celebrating a birthday!"

    Ananthi Al Ramiah. USA
  • £64

    Average price per night

    Coffee Atelier, George Town
    9.2 Superb 320 reviews
    Description Situated within the UNESCO World Heritage city of Georgetown, Coffee Atelier is a collection of 5 beautifully-restored shophouses dating back to 1927.
    Review

    "the suites are really great-a lot of space and so much character. Loved the backyard with the outdoor bathroom. Breakfast was also perfect, good choice and served to your table. Staff is very lovely. Location..."

    Doris. Switzerland
  • £77

    Average price per night

    Campbell House, George Town
    9.5 Exceptional 245 reviews
    Description Campbell House is conveniently located a 5-minute drive from Penang Museum and is surrounded by a variety of local shopping and eating options.
    Review

    "Staff always very friendly. Beautiful decoration of the rooms. Good food (breakfast) and goodies for the evening (one lemon mousse and one sponge cake) left in the room."

    Jean-Marie. China

A Palm-Lined Pearl

An island and part of the mainland make up the small Malaysian region of Penang, also known as the ‘pearl of the Orient’. It has long been coveted and the capital Georgetown has many elegant Colonial buildings. The observation deck of the KOMTAR tower – the tallest building – offers spectacular views of the town and surrounding mountains.

A funicular railway goes up to Penang Hill deep in the forest. Nearby Air Itam has one of Asia’s largest Buddhist temples - Kek Lok Si – lit by hundreds of lights at night. Another fantastic temple is Taoist Kong Hock Keong in Georgetown.

Penang Airport is near southern Bayan Lepas, and across the Malacca Strait is Pulau Jerejak, a peaceful island where trees merge into ocean.

In the much livelier north, Batu Feringghi is the largest resort, with lots of Penang hotels on the beach, plenty of bars and a night market. East, green mountains slope down to blue waters at Tanjung Bungah, where several high-rise hotels overlook the palm-lined beach towards the Floating Mosque just offshore.

On the mainland Butterworth is the departure point for ferries to Penang island, and has a bird park housing a large number of Malaysian species. Wherever you decide to stay, Booking.com has a fantastic range of Penang hotels and apartments to choose from.