The best boutique hotels in Penang boasts well-appointed guestrooms with chic décor, unique design concepts, and personalised services for those looking to enjoy a memorable tropical vacation. Nicknamed the Pearl of the Orient, Penang attracts travellers from all over the world thanks to its soft sandy beaches, unique street art, and breathtaking Buddhist temples dating back to the early 1800s.
Penang is also famous for its diverse dining scene, from tantalising hawker fare sold at roadside stalls to French fine-dining set within colonial mansions. Penang boutique hotels are also set within close proximity to the island’s modern shopping malls, local boutiques, and flea markets, where shopping enthusiasts can find a wide range of internationally-renowned brands, handicrafts and vintage goods. To find an accommodation option that best suits your style and budget, check out our list of the most popular Penang boutique hotels.
- Traditional English Afternoon Tea at the Eastern & Oriental Hotel
- City Half-Day Tour
- EZhopper Sightseeing Bus Pass
- Georgetown by Night Tour
- Island Half-Day Tour
- Private Penang Hill & Temple
- Heritage Trishaw Tour
- Private Penang Hill & High Tea at David Brown's Restaurant
- Botanic Gardens & Tropical Spice Garden Tour
- Penang Hill & Kek Lok Si Temple Tour
Eastern And Oriental HotelGeorgetown
Eastern And Oriental Hotel, a five-star Penang property founded by the Sarkies brothers in 1885, is steeped in history and gives the impression of containing a world within itself.A true homage to the British-Raj era, when it first opened it had the longest seafront (spanning 902sqft) of any hotel in the world, and went on to welcome world famous personalities of the time including Rudyard Kipling, Somerset Maugham, Douglas Fairbanks and more.Set along Lebuh Farquhar, it is the only hotel in Georgetown with prime sea-facing real estate, making it well placed for sightseeing opportunities, allowing guests easy access to several Penang landmarks such as Fort Cornwallis, the Penang State Museum and the 1903 Victorian-style City Hall. Read More...
23 LoveLane PenangGeorgetown
23 Lovelane Penang is an award-winning heritage boutique property comprising four gorgeously-restored heritage buildings: the Anglo-Indian Bungalow, Straits Eclectic Building, 1920s Jack Roof Annex and Indian Shophouse.A five-star property set along Lorong Love, it is just a ten-minute walk away to Upper Penang Road putting some of the islands best nightlife close to the property.Another great thing about its location is its close proximity to some of the islands best street artwork - guests keen to see several of the best pieces should hire a trishaw, which can be found along the same row as Soho Free House. Read More...
Macalister Mansion is a member of Design Hotels Housed in a beautiful 100 year old historic mansion that has been conserved and adapted -each of the 6 different Food and Beverage and Hotel entities can be enjoyed as part of the overall Macalister Mansion experience but are branded as distinct rooms or spaces that are typically found in a mansion - the dining room -the bar Cellar -the den -the living room -the lawn and eight rooms The name Macalister Mansion honours Penangs British Governor Colonel Norman Macalister and you will find numerous references to this historic figure captured in the a host of specially commissioned installation art pieces throughout the grounds and spaces Read More...
Deluxcious Luxurious Heritage HotelGeorgetown
Deluxcious Heritage Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel located along Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah in the centre of Georgetown, just a few minutes walk away from the popular 32 at The Mansion, as well as Upper Penang Roads vast array of nightclubs.Guests in the mood to sample some of the islands best local cuisine will be glad to know that a couple of Penangs most famous nasi kandar restaurants, Nasi Kandar Line Clear and Restoran Sup Hameed Nasi Kandar, is only a five-minute walk away.However, those in the mood for fine dining cuisine will be glad to know that the hotels Deluxcious Restaurant is helmed by award winning Penang chef, Keith Khoo. Read More...
Lone Pine HotelFerringgi Beach
Lone Pine Hotel is an icon on the Batu Ferringhi beachfront scene.Established in 1948, it is the oldest hotel along the strip and strikes a chord with most visitors to Penang because it is truly unlike any other.Beach lovers will appreciate the fact that the white half-moon sweep of the complex (divided into several blocks) leads directly down to the soft, white sand strand.Meanwhile, couples (honeymooners especially) will love its secluded, romantic vibe.Families will appreciate the hotels L-shaped saltwater swimming pool and the variety of water sports activities available on the beachfront; alternatively, business travellers will be glad for the hotels quiet atmosphere, making it easy to concentrate on work even if you are sitting in one of the attractive cabanas by the beach. Read More...