Four Seasons Langkawi

Asia | | March 21, 2011 at 12:50 am




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One more treat from the Four Seasons family! Believe it or not, this family has never failed to offer an unmatched holiday experience irrespective of which region you choose. This time, for me, it was Langkawi that is a stunning 99-islet archipelago in the Andaman thriving with dramatic cliffs as well as green gems. To this natural fascination, just try to add the architectural as well as hospitable charm of the Four Seasons Langkawi that adorns the area of the ideal Malaysian beach of Tanjung Rhu. And you know what a vacation Malaysia can offer!

The Four Seasons Langkawi fuses the welcoming service with the aboriginal architecture to offer a supreme soothing sanctuary. It is very friendly with families, kids, and old ages making it a perfect stay option on Langkawi. And yes, nearby are the major tourist attractions such as the Langkawi beach, Datai Golf Club, and the Underwater World.

Rooms

There are some 90 guest rooms and 22 suites each being individually decorated as well as furnished and boasting a balcony offering garden or sea vistas. Among the amenities, there include premium television channel(s), DVD/CD player, VCR, hypo-allergenic bedding, separate sitting area, climate control, ceiling fan, AC, multi-line phone, voice mail, complimentary bottled water, mini bar, coffee/tea maker, housekeeping, turndown service, private bathroom, bathrobes, complimentary toiletries, hair dryer, separate bathtub and shower, bathroom phone, handheld shower, mirror, slippers, welcome amenities, opening window, clock radio, iron/ironing board, cribs, rollaway beds, separate dining area, double sink, cordless phone, speakerphone, safe (accommodates laptop), satellite television service, flat-panel television, wired/wireless high-speed Internet access (surcharge), curtains, ipod docking station, free movie channels, down comforters, pillowtop mattress as well as menu, triple sheeting,  signature bedding, and private plunge pool (in a few).

All the suites and rooms are non smoking units.

Amenities

• Air-conditioned public areas  • Limo or Town Car service  • Parking (free)  • Valet parking  • Self parking  • Babysitting or child care  • 24-hour front desk  • Front desk hours  • Safe-deposit box – front desk  • Technology support staff  • Wireless (high-speed) Internet access – surcharge  • Wired (high-speed) Internet access – surcharge  • Audio-visual equipment  • Business center  • Business services  • Cell phone/mobile rental  • 3 small meeting rooms  • Tours/ticket assistance  • Laundry facilities  • Secretarial services  • Currency exchange  • Translation services  • Multilingual staff  • Coffee in lobby  • Complimentary newspapers in lobby  • Lounge  • Gift shops  • Event catering  • 3 restaurants  • Banquet facilities  • Dry cleaning/laundry service  • Express check-in and check-out  • Room service (24 hours)  • On-site medical aid  • Porter/bellhop  • Security guard  • Supervised child care/activities  • Wheelchair accessible

Recreation

• Swimming pool – children’s  • Swimming pool – outdoor  • Children’s club  • Spa services on site  • Massage – spa treatment room(s)  • Full-service health spa  • Hair salon  • Beauty services  • Steam room  • Garden  • Patio  • Picnic area  • Private beach

• Fitness facilities  • Health club  • Billiards  • Tennis  • Media library  • Eco tours  • Pilates classes/instruction  • Yoga classes/instruction  • Running track/path  • Kayaking  • Sailing  • Windsurfing  • Mountain biking, golfing, hiking/biking trails, horse riding/rental, parasailing, and water skiing nearby

Restaurants

At the Four Seasons Langkawi, there are two main options. Serai meaning lemongrass is an expert in serving the Mediterranean as well as southern Italy cuisines that are quite innovative. Enjoy the light classics, freshest ingredients, great specialties, and fragrance of herbs as well as spices. The décor is elegant with chandeliers, timber, stone, wind chimes, and copper pots against the setting of greens in form of vistas. Breakfast and lunch happens on the lower level in the roofed terrace and that dinner happens upstairs in its indoor room or alfresco patio.

Ikan-Ikan as the traditional house serves the genuine Malay cuisine. This beachfront pavilion has four designated zones offering great vistas of which the biggest is the open-air deck of teak for 36 boasting a terracottan Malay roof.

Rates

From £407 per night.

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