There is no doubt, Cameron Highlands Resort is the best hotel in Cameron Highlands! Charmy colonial look, perfect service, lovely room, amazing spa, and decent food are just a few things that can only confirm my bold statement. The most remarkable is the service itself. To point out, the staff is super nice and always ready to chat with you. For this reason, staying there will give you that homely feeling instantly.
The Cameron Highlands Resort is steeped in history and fully embraces the feel of the Cameron Highlands. Built as an extension from a 1930’s cottage, the resort has a very unique colonial feel, with some of the architecture dating all the way back to 1070!
After spending a few nights at The Majestic Malacca Hotel, also a property of YTL Hotels, I was pretty excited about my stay at the Cameron Highlands Resort. With its attention to details, incredible staff
Housed in a magnificent colonial building, Cameron Highlands Resort offers an award-winning spa (must try definitely). Located 1,500 metres above sea level, it presents fresh mountain air, cool temperatures and beautiful tea plantation views. Bathed in sunlight, we love the white walls of each guestroom at Cameron Highlands that are elegantly contrasted with dark wood furnishings. Going on a weekday, we smartly opt for their Best Available Rate & their Book Direct Benefits! From MYR 630++ per room per night Book Direct Benefit: One complimentary 50-minute massage per room per stay, for travel dates between Sunday to Thursday (excluding Malaysia and Singapore public holidays, and festive periods) Book Direct Benefit: A complimentary steamboat dinner for two persons per room per stay Daily breakfast for 2 persons Jim Thompson Mystery Trail with our Resident Naturalist (subject to availability) Complimentary wireless internet Complimentary parking
What we love about this hotel ? Comfortable stay, rooms were clean and renovated. A quality hotel with great service. Opp golf course,near nightmarket
Set up in the hills, 1,500 meters above sea level, you’ll find the charming Cameron Highlands Resort, a boutique colonial style hotel in the area of Cameron Highlands. Back in the 1930’s, the resort was
Reasons to visit: beautiful hilltop retreat only three hours from Kuala Lumpur; good food and beverage options – especially the steamboat at Gonbei; luxury spa – truly outstanding; signature excursions such as a picnic in the tea plantations and visit to an organic farm.
Located 1,500m above sea level, the Cameron Highlands Resort sits elegantly on a lush green mountainscape. From afar, its signature black and white facade, made up of tall French windows with black frames stand out in the crisp fresh air and my excited anticipation goes one notch higher. As our MPV …
Both nights we stayed at the Cameron Highlands Resort we ate at their main restaurant and were impressed with all the food and impeccable service. The level of detail in the service at the restaurant is the saving grace for this hotel. If you visit the resort make sure you order the beef…it seriously melts in your mouth and yes if you’re gluten free the only dessert is strawberries…I almost turned into a strawberry!
The Junior Suite is 51 square metres and is perfectly designed, providing spacious comfort and style. A studio style bedroom with a four poster bed and an adjacent lounge area with work desk both open onto the balcony which overlook the golf course, which only cost MYR700++ (S$265)/ per room per night with daily breakfast for two.
Priced at RM110++ per person, it is a bit steep, but you get better quality and overall freshness of the meats, seafood and vegetables. And most importantly, you are dining in the best 5 stars resort in Cameron Highlands! You can also choose to have sukiyaki or teppanyaki for the same price, but I feel shabu shabu goes best with the chilly weather.
Reasons to visit: great setting with crisp evening air providing the perfect backdrop to the steaming hotpots; quality selection of fresh produce; fun interactive experience.
Reasons to visit: elegant colonial setting; fresh ingredients picked daily from local farms; loved the Mossy Forest Salad, Oven Baked Red Snapper, Sticky Toffee Pudding and don’t forget the Strawberries!
Reasons to visit: old world charm; lovely green views; relaxed yet elegant setting; possibly the best afternoon tea in the Cameron Highlands. Afternoon Tea is served from 3pm to 6pm daily at a price of RM45 per person, or RM80 when dining at two.
This is a real great place for an authentic afternoon to have in British way. Fresh air, peaceful environment, comfortable couch and soothing background music. Perfect!
All is calm, all is bright at Cameron Highlands Resort’s Jim Thompson Tea Room. Wholesome, well-prepared lunches here might compris...
When the sun rises over these slopes, guests of Cameron Highlands’ finest resort make their eager way to The Dining Room for a breakfast ...
First class spa experience utilizing natural local ingredients to uplift, relax and purify.
Gonbei is the only Japanese restaurant in Cameron Highlands and is a sister location to the Gonbei in Starhill Gallery. This restaurant boasts an open dining concept, making it ideal for steamboats. Incidentally, that was what rif and I had that night – shabu shabu. Priced at RM110++ per person,…
Breakfast at Cameron Highlands Resort was served at The Dining Room, overlooking the golf course and surrounding hills. We got a selection of cut fruits, pastries, cereal, yogurt and hot items such as eggs, waffles, pancakes and local specialties which you can order from the menu. rif and I really…