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Berjaya Tioman Resort

Berjaya Tioman Resort features 268 spacious Malay-style chalets with breathtaking sea, hill, garden or rainforest views. Facilities in this 4-star resort include an 18-hole golf course, a sunken pool bar and beach bar, a fitness centre, tennis courts and a spa. The resort serves delectable cuisines Read More


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Berjaya Tioman Resort
Location
Mersing
Area
Johor
Phone
+609 419 1000
Website
http://www.berjayahotel.com/tioman/en/

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Recent Reviews
Stayed with family of five ... Young children who also loved the place. The islands beautiful & one of my favourites in Malaysia. Prices are very reasonable for a good quality hotel. There're a few pools and lounge areas to escape the guests but it's a casual place where you get your own privacy. It's a small island so transport to and from airport is done by shuttle through rain Forrest. I'd go back again anytimeRead more
If you want peace and tranquility to just get away from it all then Berjaya Tioman Resort is just the ticket! Absolutely breath taking scenery all around, from greenery to coastal scenery. The resort itself is very clean, well equipped with friendly staff too! A must visit in my opinion. Read more
Went for a Deep Tissue massage with my boyfriend and the treatment was excellent from the reception until the end! Very welcoming, we were received with tea and warmth. The therapists were very skilled and the massage was just what we needed after a few days diving. At all times, the therapists were caring and very respectful with us!Read more
A lot of previous reviews talk about Berjaya being run down, shabby, in need of attention; it’s an island getaway comprising wooden chalets, not Raffles! And, contrary to some comments, not expensive - we paid around 1200 baht a night (£30+). The rooms were clean and - most importantly - well cooled with a reliable aircon. The only real issue: please put a shelf in the shower! There’s nowhere to balance shampoos etc. We travel with a hard drive that contains our TV requirements and therefore always need a screen that has USB input; Berjaya uses Singer (?) TVs exclusively and the one in the room wouldn’t upload; the housekeeping manager was absolutely brilliant and kept pitching up with more TVs to try until we had to give up, but full marks to him for effort; it’s those sort of things that mark a hotels quality. Breakfast was OK - the dining room had burnt down a few days earlier which didn’t help - but the one foray into the Chinese restaurant was terrible; poor food (apart from the mem’s brinjal pops with garlic and chili which she loved) and pricey. On the plus side, we enjoyed the Beach Bar’s ‘two for one’ cocktails and ambience and great sunset location. The local restaurant outside the entrance immediately to the right was good value, however, and the hotel staff are more than happy to give you a lift as they drive up and down. The pool is big and there are - thank goodness - plenty of loungers but don’t lie on the beach; the sand flies are huge and hungry! There’s also a second kids pool - not working while we were there - and tennis, golf and games room: the works. All in all, we really enjoyed ourselves, particularly with duty free prices on the booze (RM 35 for a litre of whisky in the df shop) and the staff were brilliant. Well done Berjaya!Read more
Was notified that about more than half of the resort was closed during check-in. They should have notified us via email. Main reason I was there was because of the slides they have at their swimming pool so I know my kids can enjoy it. Unfortunately, that part of swimming pool was closed. Despite arrived around 2pm and even with about more than half of the resort was closed, it took them about almost an hour to get our rooms ready (we booked 4 rooms). The rooms generally okay and clean although bit smaller for me compared to the rooms that we supposed to get (at least according to photo in their website). While waiting for the room ready, we had our lunch at Mata Hari Restaurant. The food that we ordered are all nice and tasty. Food for breakfast generally also okay but unfortunately not for dinner time. Most of the food I have to say not tasteful at all. They have bread but all of them were too cold and hard. They should put the toaster that they have during the breakfast. I did ask for it but was told it's not available. As for the facilities, they really do need a major maintenance, refurbishment all over the places. Even the road inside the resort is having so many potholes. Check out was quite a painful experience also as there were so many people checking out but only 1 person handling it. Overall, it's an okay experience with the resort as other places with better place might cost you more. But if you do have a great budget, just try other better resorts.Read more