This small hotel has a nice external facade and this is probably what you pay for.
Otherwise it is very ordinary. Good thing is that they have a carpark but because of the one way streets in Melaka city, you need to make a big loop to get to the hotel. If you decide to stay here, it is better to walk out instead of driving. Car parking is horrendous in the city centre.
The famous Capitol satay is round the corner and you can also walk to the red building and Jonker's street and Hardrock Cafe.
Hotel is clean and in good working condition. Rooms are large and comfortable.
No major complains here except that you may probably find better deals.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Sterling, Malacca's latest luxury boutique hotel is a mere five minute walk from Jonker Street, world famous for antique hunters and popular amongst visitors to historical heritage Malacca.In addition, The Stadhuys, St.Paul's Hill, Church of St.Francis Xavier, Christ church and A'Famosa are all within 8-10 minutes on foot. Enjoy sheer luxury in our signature rooms that feature its own private sundeck and outdoor jacuzzi. Dine in heritage Malacca's unique rooftop diner and catch the stars above Malaccan skyline at The Balcony, a place to kick back and relax. The Sterling and its English heritage concept is all set to transport her guest back to yesteryears yet ensuring that everyday comforts are not compromised. Welcome to The Sterling Melaka by Gloria, A GOOD PLACE TO BE! ... more less
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