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Flamingo Hotel By The Beach, Penang

Flamingo Hotel by the Beach, Penang is a 4-star hotel located along the beach of Tanjung Bungah and a short drive away from the heritage city of George Town (UNESCO) World Heritage Site and the Batu Ferringhi night market. The hotel offers 280 guestrooms, two dining options with International & Read More


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Flamingo Hotel By The Beach, Penang
Location
Jalan Tanjung Bungah
Area
Penang
Phone
+604 892 7111
Website
http://penang.flamingo.com.my

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Recent Reviews
Very bad experience. Pool stairs broken and never repaired. One of us got injured...spoke to the staff... told me it was never repaired even after all the complaints. Ice cream machine not working. Pool was full of sand. We came in a big group... 33 of us. Will never come back here again. Pool gazebo staffs was not friendly at all. Will never recommend any one to stay here. Use to come here often... couple of years back.... not anymore. Sad to say this.Read more
SLEEP: Flamingo Hotel by the Beach...Enjoy alfresco delights and a sweet Malay martini while dining in the oceanfront beach bar of this simplistic, yet oddly elegant hotel, just steps from the heart of Georgetown. After a good night's sleep, remember that there’s something cooking in Malaysia’s virgin paradise, better known as Penang Island. As a matter of fact, eating is the single topic on everyone’s tongue from the minute you hit the beautiful tropical island. Despite its British roots—under British rule since its sultan gave it up in 1786 in exchange for protection against his Siamese enemies—Penang produces a bevy of culinary delights. Locals have been crafting char koay teow (stir-fried rice noodles), nasi kandar (biryani rice with naughtily spicy curries) and congee (milky rice porridge) since then, blending in Western flavors for unique delicacies now native to only Malaysia. To find out what the buzz is about, stroll into Chinatown in Georgetown, the capital of Penang state, f or a taste and a tour of the eclectic blends of spice and rice. But satisfying your taste buds isn’t the only thing on this island’s menu. Interwoven between the cafés and coffee shops are amazing combinations of cultures, Buddhist temples and shopping that make for a fascinating side trip. Here nearly everything you can imagine is available for sale in what amounts to a negotiator’s dream: traditional lanterns, vintage British cigarette lighters, joss-sticks, Malay jewelry and local artisan crafts. And, no, you won’t find any of the opium that was once traded with India and China when this was a burgeoning port town in previous centuries. But you will find some soothing Malay teas and a friendly smile at every stop. Remember to bring an umbrella, usually supplied by your hotel, as two-inch downpours can happen at a clap of thunder.Read more
I must say the beach view is great. Pool is clean and huge. Breakfast buffet is great but nothing special. Make sure if you stay for more than a day to include breakfast. They have band playing at night not sure of it only happens on certain nights. It’s just too bad that their water small bottle costs around RM8 while in the convenience store, the big one only costs RM4. Make sure you buy water at the store near lobby before night time so you have plenty and not buy their expensive water. I had to have my pillow cases changed when I arrived because it smells bad. But even though it was changed, it still smells bad which means its their pillows. Location wise, great because it is not too far from Georgetown and close to Batu Ferringhi. Beach view is great during sunset. Read more
The lobby looks great but the room looks ru down. I stayed in a 2 bedroom suite. I found lots of defects at the 1st room's lock. And defects at the pipehose head in the 2nd room. Suite just looking like a normal old apartment.Read more
I had booked this hotel for 5 nights but realised that I needed to change the dates so I immediately cancelled and re-booked but for some reason the dates didn’t change and I immediately cancelled and started to try and book again but then saw the price had gone up in those few minutes! So I booked another hotel. However, when I got my credit card bill I saw that this hotel had CHARGED me in full for both cancellations!! I tried to contact the hotel but after the first response they refused to enter into a conversation. As an pensioner I cannot afford to pay TWICE for a hotel I didn’t use. I also discovered that this hotel was fully booked and they did not lose money by my cancellation. I call this robbery and any hotel which behaves in this way towards customers should be ashamed. Disgusting behaviour!Read more