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1926 Heritage Hotel
Built in 1926, 1926 Heritage Hotel once served as a home to the British colonial immigration officers and local administrators of Penang. Located off Imigresen Road and Burma Road, the 1926 Heritage Hotel occupies 24 link houses that have been beautifully restored to its former glory. The State Government of Penang under PDC (Penang Development Corporation) had invested millions in 1999 to refurbish this colonial property as a heritage hotel with most of its Anglo-Malay architectural essence still remain intact. The sense of nostalgia can be felt throughout the whole property as you enjoy spacious rooms, wooden interior, long corridors, balmy balconies, beautiful Victorian windows accompanied with pictures and photos of old Penang, luxurious comfort and the colonial charm of the staff in 1926 hotel. Surrounded by the Hotel, is the old city of Georgetown that was founded in 1786 by Captain Francis Light which is now listed under UNESCO heritage cities.
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Wheel Chair Access, Cable / Satellite TV, Coffee / Tea Maker, Hair Dryer, TV, Salon, Mini Bar, Disabled Access, Non-Smoking Rooms, Air Conditioned, Shower, Concierge, High-speed Internet, Pool Outdoor, Family Room
Excursions, Swimming pool, Massage, Massage / Beauty Centre, Tour Desk
Internet Connection (wireless), Room Service, Ticket Service, Garden, Laundry service, Meeting Rooms, Conference Room(s), Dry Cleaning
Airport shuttle, Parking, Paid Parking