Merdeka Palace Hotel and Suites

Merdeka Palace Hotel and Suites

merdeka-palace-hotel-and-suites-logoMERDEKA PALACE HOTEL AND SUITES 

Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg
93000 Kuching, Sarawak

(+6) 082-250003 [Reservation]

With its advantageous strategic location and excellent management and staff members, the regal Merdeka Palace Hotel and Suites gives guests privileged across to some of Kuching city’s historical jewels such as the Sarawak Museum and also one of Kuching’s landmarks – Padang Merdeka. Nearby are Textile Museum, Chinese History Museum and Islamic Museum. The Hotel is just 5 minutes walk to the newly-build shopping mall – Plaza Merdeka and 10 minutes walk to the Main Bazzar – famed for its souvenir shops and the city centre along with other attractions.
Merdeka Palace Hotel and Suites is home to 213 rooms inclusive of apartment suites. The Hotel offers comprehensive facilities include access to Wi-Fi, health centre, gym, swimming pool and sauna, which ensures a pleasure stay for guests.
The Hotel has six international-standard food and beverage outlets:- Ristorante Beccari – the award-winning Italian restaurant; Aurora Court coffee house; Victoria Arms (English pub); Yn Cellar; La Habana Cigar Divan; and its café bistro, Seattle Coffee & Tea.


Traditional Italian cuisine is served at Ristorante Beccari, a classy establishment in a baroque setting that looks like an Italian piazza at the time. Ristorante Beccari is the perfect place for business lunches, intimate dinners or family gatherings. Enjoy a special pizza from their wood-burning oven, or have a sumptuous meal with traditional starters like carpaccios, minestrone soup, the best choice of salads, a wide array of pastas, and fish and imported beef, all cooked by attentive Chef Gedang, 14 years of service at the Beccari and apparently the best chef in Kuching. The wine list is extensive and selected, imported from the best producers.


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