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The Danna Langkawi

The Danna Langkawi is an award-winning 5-star luxury colonial-Mediterranean inspired hotel. Surrounded by hills, marina and beach, all rooms are larger than usual measuring from 60 square metres with a private balcony. The hotel houses the largest infinity pool on the island as well as a spa for a ... More

Telaga Harbour Park
Langkawi
+604 959 3288
The Danna Langkawi

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My wife and I brought our 2 kids to stay at the villa for 2 nights. We truly had a very pleasant weekend. The staffs are very friendly and the villa is superb. All of us felt rejuvenated after the trip. Well done!More
If you want a good trip at langkawi island so you must try THE DANNA HOTEL specially the family abartment with 3 bedrooms also the VERANDA for relaxing in evenings with alive music and good singers 💕💕More
The Danna is a beautiful colonial style building, surrounded by nicely kept grounds and blessed with beautiful sea views. On first sight, this is real 5 star grandeur, a lovely gem. I stayed during the partial covid lockdown in Malaysia and as such rates were way lower than usual. However, compared to for example the Westin resort where I stayed recently as well, prices are still higher for equal rooms. My stay experience was one of true ups and downs. Upon arrival with my rental car the parking attendant did an awful job by not helping me out to find a spot since all regular parking spots were full. After being assertive and parking "creatively" only, could I enter the hotel for check-in. At check-in the staff were dressed in cheap-looking, flimsy blue polo shirts whereas other staff wore proper attire matching the resort appearance. This lasted for 2 days, after which they also got to wear matching uniform. Very strange. I bought a room upgrade to get sea view but soon learnt that the hotel "is cutting down on bathroom amenities" which meant shampoo was only provided upon request. This is absolutely unacceptable even though the shampoo was later delivered to my room. Problems became worse as it turned out the toilet didn't flush at all due to a problem with the plumbing which also meant half of the water taps didn't work.. Faced with this new issue, I called for a repair man which gave estimates of 10 minutes and after that 30 minutes to fix the work. It turned out it could not be repaired at all that night! I had to call management in myself to attend to this situation. As I had settled for the night already and unpacked my suitcase, I expressed my grave dissatisfaction with this new situation. The management recouped the situation by offering me a suite instead as gesture for the late night inconvenience. I appreciated this a lot as it helped to improve my stay experience a lot. The resort occupancy of only 15% enabled The Danna to do this and fortunately they made this choice. Perhaps a logical -though still disappointing- consequence of this low occupancy was that for the first 2 nights all bars and restaurants were closed except The Terrace which was used for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks all-in-one. Of course this is not what I expected as there was no communication about it before of after making the reservation. Fortunately, during the second half of my stay, the bar and 2 other restaurants were opened again. My experience with lunch at Straits & Co was again twofold: service was simply poor whereas food was nice and tasty but I'd say even at 20% discount prices were definitely steep. I sat down and asked for the menu of Planters as I had been earlier told it was available. The waitress said she'd get it, but disappeared entirely, leaving myself and 1 other table alone. 5 minutes later another waiter entered the restaurant, so I could repeat my request I'd like to see the menu. Also he disappeared and came back 1-2 minutes later.... with the dinner menu instead of the lunch menu..!! After he then went again to get the correct menu (why were those not in the restaurant in the first place?) , he bumped over a small vase, resulting in a puddle of water on the table which he did not notice until I alerted him. Both the soup (7.5/10) and salad (8/10) were tasty and seemed freshly made. My experience in the Verandah bar was better with (over-) attentive staff and a great selection of gins, whiskies and more. During happy hour prices were definitely attractive and worth the quality and variety of the drinks and the ambiance. The pool bar was OK, but definitely nothing special and unfortunately lacked the sea view, despite its close proximity to the sea. Lastly, the staff went out of their way to get my hiking shoes repaired in town, after one of the soles came loose during a morning walk. This was excellent service for sure. Considering value for money, I think I definitely got it, but mostly due to the suite upgrade. Otherwise, you get a nice room but definitely not better than what you'd get at the Westin for a considerably lower rate. Also breakfast spread there was of higher quality and variety than in The Danna. I would therefore suggest to the management - Mr Khan came to see me after the first night, which was appreciated and correct to do - to improve service consistency for post-covid times as to warrant the usual room rates.More
During Covid-19, the Danna will occasionally upgrade and we began in a suite and later moved into one of the outstanding villas which were still being constructed when we last visited 3 years ago. The Countess Suite where we began was magnificent in scale and furnishings; separate rooms and a proper suite, unlike many modern hotels which increasing call a large room a suite. However, the villa was sublime: I run out of superlatives. Modern, tasteful and sumptuous with oversized everything, a private garden, pool and discreet outside massage tables for when going to the spa is not quite indulgent enough - they come to you! Catering was wonderful, as always, and the ever-helpful and positive staff in this beautiful hotel in its stunning bay location make it a place to return to.More
We were greeted with refreshing welcome drinks and shoulder massage. Our host Dini welcomed us with all smiles. The room arrangement was superb and every services and features was well explained. I was feeling a little under the weather on the final day and they even offered porridge or juices to be sent to my room to ease my conditions. Truly never expected to be so well treated. More