The resort itself is a remarkable property and very well maintained, though quite pricey. It has a very nice ambience and does feel like old colonial place with all the decor, nice music around and very well trained and attentive staff. A must visit in the Cameron Highlands.
The rooms and beds are what you would expect from a world class 5-star hotel - excellent. View from the window is outright stunning. However, enjoying it with the open window, as one should in such a beautiful place, is hardly an option. Road in front of the hotel is quite busy day and night, with very noisy traffic. I felt very strange: picture outside (trees, hills and serene golf course) was a total disconnect with the traffic noise as good as in the city at times! I understand there is nothing hotel can do about it, but it was a real turn down for me. The whole area is being developed and a lot of big scale construction is going on around, so expect the noise and traffic to get only worse ;(
Food served in the hotel is okay at best and definitely too pricey for what you get, definitely not recommended. Except for desserts - those where good.
Spa is quite nice, with the local touch of tea bath, and a good choice after a day of jungle trekking!More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking
- Room service