If you’re in Pahang’s capital city, whether for business or leisure, and looking for a 5-star hotel, then you better take a look at Zenith Hotel, right at the center of Kuantan.
In a brief stay in Kuantan, our group checked-in at Zenith Hotel. At first glance, the hotel exudes outright elegance, with the tall stand it occupies, you can’t miss it for anything else.
The lobby interior epitomizes how much “space” Zenith Hotel can offer its guests
Zenith Hotel has 519 accommodations – including 22 suites – all comfortable and suited for different types of people.
I stayed in one of the Deluxe Rooms. Mine had two beds, LED TV and a nice comfortable seat to partner with a window-view of Kuantan.
A staying guest can enjoy the following inclusions for a Deluxe Room:
- 24 hours room service
- 32 inch LCD flat-screen TV
- Baby crib upon request
- Bedroom slippers
- Cable/Satellite TV channels & In-house movies
- Coffee & Tea making facilities
- Complete set of bathroom amenities
- Complimentary 2 bottles of mineral water
- Complimentary Internet access with choice of broadband or WIFI
- Concierge service
- Daily morning newspaper
- Electrical shaver socket
- In-room safe
- Individual air conditioning control
- Iron and ironing board
- Laundry service
- Local and direct IDD telephone call system
- Lounge chaise
- Mini-bar facilities (items upon request)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Separate shower and bathtub
- Weighing scale
- Work desk
SAS Suites are THE “zenith” accommodations of Zenith Hotel. Sporting luxury, space and privacy. There are only 22 of these suites and each having a unique feel to it. Stepping inside the SAS Suites totally changed my appreciation for hotel staycation. Hahaha. Wishing I am that rich to afford such luxurious accommodation.
From the carpet, lights, furniture and room amenities, the SAS Suites are the real deal in fine accommodation. The SAS Suites has a multiple rooms, a reception area for guests, room for guest’s staff, master’s bedroom, dining room and kitchen, bathrooms and different door exits. This makes any VIP guest feel more comfortable and secure.
Plus, the VIP guest gets his or her own butler to attend his concerns. The Zenith Hotel SAS Suites usually accommodate Malayasia’s royal family, dignitaries and other international top honchos.
Zenith Hotel offers different amenities so there are lots of things you can do if you stay here. Whether for business or leisure, this hotel is as good as it gets.
Food and Beverage
For dining and drinking experience, the Zenith Hotel has a wide range of food to choose from. From Malay food to International cuisine, the different restaurants in this hotel got guests cover of their cravings. And since Zenith is in a Malaysia, the foods offered are Jalal certified.
- The Lounge
- Zen Bar
- San Feng Chinese Restaurant
- The Dining Room
- SAN Spa
- Sauna & Steam Bath
Adults and kids can enjoy staying in here, as amenities are for the for everyone – for gamers, fitness buffs and splash freaks.
- Infinity Pool
- Yoga Room
- Games Section
- Children’s Playpen
Zenith Hotel, being a 5-star hotel, makes it a business hub whether for solo work, small groups meetings or even big congregation events.
- Business Center
- Conference Rooms
- Sultan Ahmad Shah International Convention Centre (SASICC)
Zenith Hotel has the only facility that can house a 6,000-seating capacity ballroom and exhibition hall with meeting, incentive, convention and exhibition (MICE) facilities.
Zenith Hotel is just 5km away from Kuantan’s famous beach Teluk Chempedak Beach and about 5-minute-walk from the shopping districts.
The Zenith Hotel
Jalan Putra Square 6, Putra Square, 25200 Kuantan,
Pahang Darul Makmur, Malaysia
Pahang is accessible via Kuala Lumpur. There are flights going to Kuala Lumpur from the Philippines. AirAsia currently has two (2) flights daily to Kuala Lumpur from Manila.
But starting Ocober 29, AirAsia will have Manila-Kuala Lumpur flights 3x daily while 4x weekly Cebu -Kuala Lumpur flights 4x starting Oct 30, 2016.
So any trips going to Kuala Lumpur, Pahang or any other Malaysian destination from the Philippines can be connected via Manila-Kuala Lumpur or Cebu-Kuala Lumpur trips.
And to know more about Pahang or any other destinations in Malaysia, you can always check out the Tourism Malaysia official website.FOLLOW MY ADVENTURES ON:
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