Finding an ideal small hotel in Tanjung Pinang does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Serumpun Padi Mas Resort, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at Serumpun Padi Mas Resort provide a desk, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Serumpun Padi Mas Resort guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and 24 hour check-in. You can also enjoy an on-site restaurant. Need a place to park? Parking is available at Serumpun Padi Mas Resort.
While in Tanjung Pinang be sure to experience local ramen favourites at Tomo Restaurant.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area, and there are several great attractions that are within walking distance of Serumpun Padi Mas Resort, including Main Street (0.3 mi) and Rimba Jaya (0.9 mi).
Serumpun Padi Mas Resort puts the best of Tanjung Pinang at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Visited this resort as it was on the beach and I was able to relax. I arrived and the beach at the resort was littered with rubbish and household goods. Almost impossible to enjoy the beach as it was full of trash. The staff made no effort to clean the beach and make it enjoyable for guests. If you book here be prepared not to enjoy the beach as it is filthy. Staff pleasant but food very basic
Very good site complete with palm trees and clear water. But hordes of local crowd visiting this place on weekends deposit a lot of garbage that the staff of the hotel take time to clean. For weekdays this place is fantastic. The gazebos could be better maintained and the beach if cleaned regularly would be really awesome. The brick and mortar part of the resort has ac rooms which are comfy but slightly away from the beach. Food is cheap and of reasonable quality. For a budget holiday and if traveling with friends this place can be tried out. Motorbikes can be rented at 5 dollars an hour from here. Worthwhile to go further down from trikora to bintaan cabana resort and pay 150 bucks a night if it fits your purse or agro bintaan which is around 200 bucks.
The hotel is nicely located in Trikora beach 4. The sea is awesome, clean and warm. White sand beach. Not many people. I understood its mainly local people who come here. And most of them would come on weekends. So if you are looking for quiet place it’s the right one. The sad thing is that nobody seems to take care about the beach. Although I could see hotel people clean the territory, the beach still has quite a lot of rubbish. What hotel management needs to do is to urgently start cleaning the beach otherwise it has all the chances to become ugly and dirty. The hotel is quite isolated. There are small villages around with some small shops. In the evening there is no entertainment. Good for quiet nights, reading and stars counting. On weekend there are people doing barbeque so it’s a bit livelier. There is a restaurant in hotel. There is no big variety of food but all food is nice and tasty. All rooms are on the beach facing the sea. Rooms are big and well furnished. But they are lacking simple basic cleaning. When we arrived the rooms were so dusty and seemed that mirrors and walls had never ever been cleaned. We called cleaners and jointly (3 of us and 2 of them) cleaned our rooms - furniture, mirrors, floors, walls. Half an hour of work and our 2 rooms were almost shining. So as a conclusion. Come here for quiet relaxing time on the beach, be ready for nice basic food, bring a good book, forget about wifi and switch off your mobile, don’t bother about high quality accommodation. If your room is not that clean just ask the guys to help you clean it and smile. People here are extremely friendly..... And if you like dogs and cats please share some food with them :)…
Spacious room and modern toilet however no hot water even during monsoon season so brace yourself when you shower. Basic room only experience though clean and pleasant. Power may be cut during the day for periods of time. Affordable and yummy food at restaurant though half of the menu is not available. Ask for less salt or sugar else scrambled eggs and beverages will be way too salty or sweet. We finally got it right on the second last day. Be prepared to swat flies and mozzies. Stray dogs will also sit and give you the saddest puppy look... Friendly staff who speak limited English so there may be times you need to smile a lot and gesture. 1 min walk to Trikora which is a lovely beach with 1m waves. Good for boogie boards. Pondoks by the beach seem to be owned by the hotel. Though it says private beach for the hotel in agoda, the beach isn't private. Many locals and people renting pondoks. No activities, amenities available, eg no spa, beach towels, sports equipment for rental etc. Odd clunking noise on some mornings... Someone seems to be banging the pipes. Housekeeping every few days and they start work at abt 7ish so you may hear furniture being moved... If you're used to Bintan Resorts type of experience and expect the same here, definitely steer clear. If you'll like a basic, quiet holiday, away from the hustle of bustle of the city and tourists, then this would be nice. …
Consider Bintan as a luxurious resort mostly for Singaporean getaway. Serumpun Padi Mas Resort is affordable, ONLY it's not worth for the service and facilities given. Cottage design was nice with lack of maintenance; broken door and chair, worst is; we got non working toilet, water flow are bad and no electricity during daylight. Room was clean enough with super standard furniture, television didn't work and don't expect WiFi and/or hot shower for sure The room rate not included breakfast however they have restaurant with limited choice on food and beverage, actually; their kampung fried rice with chicken barbecue were delicious. MEANWHILE, Resort location were perfect, directly facing Trikora beach which is one of the most beautiful beaches in Bintan, we come by Muson season thus make the beach empty due to heavy waves during this season “not recommended for beginner swimmer for sure”….. At night, you can have a clear-sky with bright stars, its amazing feeling since we live in a polluted environment which hiding them Overall, We would search somewhere else to stay and enjoy Trikora beach in a picnic way IMPORTANT NOTE If you decide to stay on this resort; make sure you are well equipped before 9PM as the resort management and restaurant operated only up to 9pm local time.…
Great location on a beach, very basic rooms and service and also very quiet. Other solo travellers there so made some friends. Great if you want to read a book quiet and relax, perhaps play vollyball or hire a moped and travel around, not very much to do in Bintan anyway but they can arrange trips for you at the hotel. Very local food options the nasi goreng was nice. I recommend: Take a good book, take duty free or buy beers on the way, take sachets of coffee with you for the morning, bug/sand fly spray, cereal bars or snacks.
If you are looking to stay in a more remote part of the island, then this is a good choice. It is located at the Trikora beach, and is a very nice and secluded area. It is important to state that this is a good choice if you want a basic stay in a "local area" far away from the more tourist places (such as Bintan resort area), as there is not much to do here other than relax all day. They have a lot of nice huts along the beach where you can chill and have a fresh coconut :) The resort itself is nice and clean, and run by friendly staff. The place has a restaurant (the only place to eat there, there is a small convenience shop as well). The problem we had was that sometimes they ran out of most of their food so we did not have any real choices. But otherwise the food is good for a cheap price. Although the sea is very nice and clear, the main problem with this place is how the beach itself is maintained. The beach is not clean and has trash everywhere. There was a local travel company that had an activity day at one point, and when they left the beach was just filled with litter. If it wasn't for the huts then it would not be as nice to relax by the water... Only if the beach itself was taken care of, then it would truly be like a paradise.…
We've stayed here 5 times in the last 2 years. Much cheaper than the usual nirwana gardens resorts. Right by the (local) trikora beach which is much nicer than the beach at nirwana gardens. Very relaxed feel with a lot of locals, has it's own charm but service is not really up to expat standards. Would definitely return, there's not much to do here and you can really forget time with a good book. When we last went the hotel still had the practice of switching off the electricity during daylight hours.
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