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Ritz Garden Hotel Ipoh
3.5/5102 Reviews

Ritz Garden Hotel Ipoh

Ipoh|4.08km from city center
I stayed at the Premier room (2 King beds). Everything looked okay at first, cleaned and spacious. Room was enough to fit 4 adults and 2 small kids at one time. But when i tried to use the tap and shower in the toilet, looks like the heater was not functioned. When i tried to use the standing shower, it got burst immediately and the tube spout connecting to the tap fell off. I had to use the shower near the bathtub instead. Then when my husband tried to use the electric kettle, boom, all power off due to power trip. We called up the reception and they sent a technician immediately, he was surprised to know that the wiring was not done correctly, and was not safe at all. Knowing that the wiring and shower work will take some time, and we couldn't be moved to another room due to unavailability. We had no choice but to leave the room because 1. my baby needs hot water for his milk, 2. we havent had dinner. We headed back to hotel right after dinner, and thank god they managed to complete all the work. Shower and wiring were fixed accordingly and the heater finally worked. Breakfast? The Chinese fried rice was very plain in taste. Even my 2 year old baby refused to eat it. Same goes to the rice porridge- tasteless. Fried meehoon was okay. I'd rather have a simple selection of tasty breakfast, rather than having a variety of food but tasteless. The only credits i would vie was to the front desk officer and technician. butI'm not recommending this hotel, avoid if you may.

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Paragon City Hotel
2.3/538 Reviews

Paragon City Hotel

Ipoh|0.96km from city center
When looking for hotel to book, the first criteria is location. This hotel is located away from down town and not too far away from down town. So, it is a rather quiet place. Very good. Next, was the offer of room rate, which is attractive. This pass. So, went ahead to book the dates of stay in Ipoh for this hotel. Upon arrive, the outlook of the hotel was rather impressive, very spacious lobby. When doing the check in, the front desk worker are foreigners. So, English and explanation is not very good. Even trying hard to explain in Bahasa Malaysia. Was told that there is no TV channels to watch. Reason given was the government has switched from analog to digital. So, the hotel were not equipped with the digital decoder. Well, this announcement has been made some time ago, and should be prepared to carry out the installation and testing. Not willing to spend money? Okay, without TV to watch is fine. Most ot the time would either be out and running about or just need the bed to sleep. When given the room key, it is the metal key. After getting into the lift to get to the room, the varendah on the floor was rather run down. There is self ironing service, where the ironing board cloth is rather burnt. Open the room door, and the room is rather musty. Uneven floor and torn and worn carpet. The windows are nailed and locked, therefore it could not be open. The window glass were tinted and the tint film is having blisters. Hence, not a clear view looking out from the room. The bed is okay. But the bathroom is very narrow and tight.The shower when turn on, will wet the toilet bowl and the wash basin. There is no cupboard, it is just a narrow spaced nailed together with planks to serve as a cupboard. Generally the room is very narrow too. Overall the room is very run down. There is no stool, no desk. So, have to use a bedside drawer to put the luggage and sitting on the bed to work with a very small and narrow coffee table. Wifi is very weak and intermittent.

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Panglima Lane

Sarang Paloh Heritage Stay
4.1/523 Reviews

Sarang Paloh Heritage Stay

Ipoh|0.15km from Panglima Lane
Paloh was a malay & orang asli (“native”) kampung (“village”) that has been around from at least the 18th century. Apparently the names comes from the founder of the village itself Toh Paloh. Paloh, or palung, also means a depression in the ground that holds water, or a fishing hole to catch fish. It is believed that Paloh was also a boat dock in the past. Some other views hold that the Hakka were the founders of Paloh, and only later came the Cantonese. According to this theory, the origin of the name is a symbolic reference to the dams that were constructed along the Kinta River for fishing purposes. These dams were referred to as “Pa-Lo” in the Cantonese dialect and eventually the area became known as Paloh. Paloh today has of course become the heart of the city of Ipoh. In this old part of the city pre-war Shop Houses line the streets, with a predominantly Chinese character. “Sarang” is a malay word meaning nest, hence “Sarang Paloh” means “The Nest in Paloh”, evoking the image of the hotel as a place of rest for the weary traveller. Located on Jalan Sultan Iskandar (formerly Hugh Low Street), Sarang Paloh is located in pre-war two storey shop houses that originally were the premises of a Goldsmith and a Bank more than 90 years ago. The façade of one of the buildings still has the name of the Goldsmiths on its façade in English, Chinese and Malay (jawi script), with the stately bank building still has the name of Overseas-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited on its front. Across the road, Sarang Paloh has another shophouse of which the ground floor has been converted into a carpark. If you have a car, this is where you would park. Parking is complimentary, but you must exercise caution, turning right into the shophouse entrance as Jalan Sultan Iskandar is a pretty high traffic road, and the building inside is quite narrow, with the cars having to be parked bumper to bumper, in two rows. Exit is out through the back of the shophouse into a back lane. Do bear in mind that if the shophouse is full of cars, you may get boxed in by other parked cars and not able to exit! Fortunately this did not happen to us while we stayed here. Getting to the hotel means having to cross the busy road again on foot, with your luggage, from the car to the hotel. The main reception area was in the former Goldsmith’s building, and the entire front of the shop house is dedicated to the reception. To get in the front door, you will need your access card, or the staff inside will have to let you in, if you have yet to check in. The central part of shop house is a courtyard with a spiral staircase going upstairs to the 2nd floor, and in the back is a sort of pantry area with dining table. Staircase at the back also leads upwards. We had booked a room at the back of the shophouse on the 2nd floor, as we were aware of reviews that rooms in front may have some street noise. The rooms are all named after birds, in line with the hotel itself being a “nest”. Our room wa

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OldTown White Coffee Ipoh Padang

Sarang Paloh Heritage Stay
4.1/523 Reviews

Sarang Paloh Heritage Stay

Ipoh|0.34km from OldTown White Coffee Ipoh Padang
Paloh was a malay & orang asli (“native”) kampung (“village”) that has been around from at least the 18th century. Apparently the names comes from the founder of the village itself Toh Paloh. Paloh, or palung, also means a depression in the ground that holds water, or a fishing hole to catch fish. It is believed that Paloh was also a boat dock in the past. Some other views hold that the Hakka were the founders of Paloh, and only later came the Cantonese. According to this theory, the origin of the name is a symbolic reference to the dams that were constructed along the Kinta River for fishing purposes. These dams were referred to as “Pa-Lo” in the Cantonese dialect and eventually the area became known as Paloh. Paloh today has of course become the heart of the city of Ipoh. In this old part of the city pre-war Shop Houses line the streets, with a predominantly Chinese character. “Sarang” is a malay word meaning nest, hence “Sarang Paloh” means “The Nest in Paloh”, evoking the image of the hotel as a place of rest for the weary traveller. Located on Jalan Sultan Iskandar (formerly Hugh Low Street), Sarang Paloh is located in pre-war two storey shop houses that originally were the premises of a Goldsmith and a Bank more than 90 years ago. The façade of one of the buildings still has the name of the Goldsmiths on its façade in English, Chinese and Malay (jawi script), with the stately bank building still has the name of Overseas-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited on its front. Across the road, Sarang Paloh has another shophouse of which the ground floor has been converted into a carpark. If you have a car, this is where you would park. Parking is complimentary, but you must exercise caution, turning right into the shophouse entrance as Jalan Sultan Iskandar is a pretty high traffic road, and the building inside is quite narrow, with the cars having to be parked bumper to bumper, in two rows. Exit is out through the back of the shophouse into a back lane. Do bear in mind that if the shophouse is full of cars, you may get boxed in by other parked cars and not able to exit! Fortunately this did not happen to us while we stayed here. Getting to the hotel means having to cross the busy road again on foot, with your luggage, from the car to the hotel. The main reception area was in the former Goldsmith’s building, and the entire front of the shop house is dedicated to the reception. To get in the front door, you will need your access card, or the staff inside will have to let you in, if you have yet to check in. The central part of shop house is a courtyard with a spiral staircase going upstairs to the 2nd floor, and in the back is a sort of pantry area with dining table. Staircase at the back also leads upwards. We had booked a room at the back of the shophouse on the 2nd floor, as we were aware of reviews that rooms in front may have some street noise. The rooms are all named after birds, in line with the hotel itself being a “nest”. Our room wa

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1969 Business Suites
4/554 Reviews
went here on early Feb 2023. I thought it was just a normal shop lot/budget hotel. However when i step in the lobby, i got shock with the interior & ambience, feels like in a 4 star hotel. The housekeeping staff name Hidayah really did a great job for do some room tour with us. she show us a few room type and explained every details & facilites in the hotel. the reception (Indian guy, cant remember his name) was very polite & helpful upon check in. This hotel has a live band every evening, free parking area for guest (but have to walk a bit), a nice and cozy restaurant & a small gym. the bed & pillow was so cozy, it has aircond & fan too! They provided USB charger as well in the room. The shower room was spacious and very clean. i would love to recomended this hotel to all if you all want to have a trip at IPOH!
Sarang Paloh Heritage Stay
4.1/523 Reviews
Paloh was a malay & orang asli (“native”) kampung (“village”) that has been around from at least the 18th century. Apparently the names comes from the founder of the village itself Toh Paloh. Paloh, or palung, also means a depression in the ground that holds water, or a fishing hole to catch fish. It is believed that Paloh was also a boat dock in the past. Some other views hold that the Hakka were the founders of Paloh, and only later came the Cantonese. According to this theory, the origin of the name is a symbolic reference to the dams that were constructed along the Kinta River for fishing purposes. These dams were referred to as “Pa-Lo” in the Cantonese dialect and eventually the area became known as Paloh. Paloh today has of course become the heart of the city of Ipoh. In this old part of the city pre-war Shop Houses line the streets, with a predominantly Chinese character. “Sarang” is a malay word meaning nest, hence “Sarang Paloh” means “The Nest in Paloh”, evoking the image of the hotel as a place of rest for the weary traveller. Located on Jalan Sultan Iskandar (formerly Hugh Low Street), Sarang Paloh is located in pre-war two storey shop houses that originally were the premises of a Goldsmith and a Bank more than 90 years ago. The façade of one of the buildings still has the name of the Goldsmiths on its façade in English, Chinese and Malay (jawi script), with the stately bank building still has the name of Overseas-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited on its front. Across the road, Sarang Paloh has another shophouse of which the ground floor has been converted into a carpark. If you have a car, this is where you would park. Parking is complimentary, but you must exercise caution, turning right into the shophouse entrance as Jalan Sultan Iskandar is a pretty high traffic road, and the building inside is quite narrow, with the cars having to be parked bumper to bumper, in two rows. Exit is out through the back of the shophouse into a back lane. Do bear in mind that if the shophouse is full of cars, you may get boxed in by other parked cars and not able to exit! Fortunately this did not happen to us while we stayed here. Getting to the hotel means having to cross the busy road again on foot, with your luggage, from the car to the hotel. The main reception area was in the former Goldsmith’s building, and the entire front of the shop house is dedicated to the reception. To get in the front door, you will need your access card, or the staff inside will have to let you in, if you have yet to check in. The central part of shop house is a courtyard with a spiral staircase going upstairs to the 2nd floor, and in the back is a sort of pantry area with dining table. Staircase at the back also leads upwards. We had booked a room at the back of the shophouse on the 2nd floor, as we were aware of reviews that rooms in front may have some street noise. The rooms are all named after birds, in line with the hotel itself being a “nest”. Our room wa
The Horizon Suites Ipoh by Iconique Espace
5/51 Reviews
Safe n clean environment. Comfortable stay with family. Beautiful interior decor.tq
Hotel Premium
3.6/519 Reviews
Bandar Meru Raya
I spent my family time here and I'm very satisfied with the services and their accommodations. The staffs here also friendly and the cost to stay here is affordable. Will definitely spend my staycation here again next time.
M Boutique Hotel Station 18 - Ipoh
4.2/5120 Reviews
We had spent one night at this beautiful hotel. The hotel is really unique. I really love the ID of the hotel. The cleanliness, the hospitality of staff are excellent! Looking forward to stay at this hotel again if we come to Ipoh. The hotel also has EV charger!
M Roof Hotel & Residences
4.3/5378 Reviews
Great place, the design of this hotel is very aesthetically pleasing. Hotel was very accommodating of the request for the special occasion. Location is convienent to get to most attractions or central places. Albeit minor cleanliness in terms of dust it isn't an issue at all. TV is slightly difficult to navigate and is not a smart TV so this is something to note. Overall is very worth the price point, highly recommended!

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Highest PriceUS$284
Lowest PriceUS$11
Number of Reviews 8,731
Number of hotels2,004
Average Price(Weekday Night)US$61
Average Price(Weekend Night)US$67

Ipoh Hotel Guide

Planning a trip to Ipoh? Book hotels in Ipoh via the Trip.com website or app, it's easy and hassle-free. While traveling to Malaysia, Ipoh is one of the most popular destinations. Ipoh is a city with tons of tourist attractions. You'll never want to leave!

Ipoh Airport is the primary airport in Ipoh.

There are 196 hotels in Ipoh on Trip.com, including luxury, boutique, and budget hotels. The local average price is 46 USD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 5 five-star hotels in Ipoh at an average price of 138 USD per night. There are 20 four-star hotels in Ipoh at an average price of 64 USD per night. There are 62 three-star hotels in Ipoh at an average price of 40 USD per night. There are 31 two-star hotels in Ipoh at an average price of 20 USD per night. Hotels in Ipoh offer great value for your money, so a high accommodation budget isn't necessary. Ibis Styles is the top choice of many travelers in Ipoh. If the comfort level of your trip is important, there are many choices in Ipoh, such as hotels under the Ibis Styles brand. Weil Hotel Ipoh is one of the most popular hotels in Ipoh. MU Hotel Ipoh is also one of the most frequently chosen hotels.

In the city center of Ipoh, you'll have easy access to Elightened Heart Buddhist, Royal Belum State Park Perak. For short trips in Ipoh, Kellie's Castle, Gua Tempurung are all good options. You can also visit top-rated attractions like Ipoh Old Town, Ipoh Railway Station, Lost World of Tambun.

Average Temperature

• January to March: 30.87°C during the day, 25.63°C at night

• April to June: 31.09°C during the day, 26.28°C at night

• July to September: 30.43°C during the day, 25.63°C at night

• October to December: 29.9°C during the day, 25.3°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 150.67 cm

• Summer: 207.27 cm

• Autumn: 176.8 cm

• Winter: 274.57 cm

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