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The room is spacious, very clean and chic. It's right in Jonker Walk so it's really convenient. Staffs are friendly. What I...
... staying at this hotel. Nice and clean, friendly staff. My room was super big, with a king size bed. Only problem the stage...
Staff are friendly, room was not stuffy although we didn't turn the aircond on. Parking space is safe. However, The...
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Hi do u have family room for 2 adults and 2 children, 10 and 14 yrs old?
Answer from Rick v
Nov 2017 |
The room we stayed in had 2 double beds. Sleeping 4 people would be quite "cozy" but if you kids and the adults are willing to...
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Michelle L wrote a review Oct 2015
Johor Bahru, Malaysia229 contributions74 helpful votes
The room is spacious, very clean and chic. It's right in Jonker Walk so it's really convenient. Staffs are friendly.

What I didn't like is that there is no lift. It's fine with me but that means I can't bring elder people to stay here. The stairwell is a bit narrow and at parts there's no handrail. So it could be a little dangerous. The toilet design is a bit odd as well. It's a two-stepped staircase down once you open the door. To shower you need to use another two-stepped staircase up. It would be really dangerous for elderly to stay here. Other than that, this hotel is really nice.
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Date of stay: October 2015Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Response from JonkerBH, General Manager at Jonker Boutique Hotel
Responded 16 Nov 2015
Dear Michelle, Thank you for sharing your experience on Trip Advisor. We are glad that you enjoyed your stay with us while areas to be improved have been addressed. Once again, thank you for selecting Jonker Boutique Hotel as your preferred accommodation. Looking forward to welcome you back in the near future. Jesmine Lim (GM)
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Elizabeth_Ling wrote a review May 2016
Singapore, Singapore7 contributions3 helpful votes
My second time staying at this hotel. Nice and clean, friendly staff. My room was super big, with a king size bed. Only problem the stage for the weekend performance was right outside my window. Thankfully, they stop before 11pm. The only hotel around Jonker that has their own parking lot. Will stay again on my next trip to Malacca.
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Date of stay: June 2015Trip type: Travelled with family
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zoeyxster wrote a review Dec 2013
malaysia5 contributions14 helpful votes
Staff are friendly, room was not stuffy although we didn't turn the aircond on.

Parking space is safe.

However, The bathroom/toilet layout was a little off, as in like, there were no room for toilet roll, so they just left it on top of the toilet. Hand towel's were hard to reach. WE took the Japanese room so not sure if other rooms were like this or not.
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Date of stay: December 2013Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Highest floor less noise from upstairs occupants
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Susan D wrote a review Nov 2014
Perth, Australia2146 contributions172 helpful votes
I travelled by bus from Singapore, where I was staying for two weeks, to spend Friday and Saturday night in Malacca. The Jonker Boutique Hotel proved to be perfect for the purpose of my stay which was experiencing the weekend night market and visiting the local attractions.

I used the Luxury Coach Line which picked up in Singapore from the Concorde Hotel on Orchard Road and dropped off in Malacca outside the Casa del Rio hotel. The reverse applied on my return journey back to Singapore. I found the comfort and service on this coach line to be exemplary and the Casa del Rio hotel is a short 10 minute walk to the Jonker Boutique Hotel so no taxi or bus was required.

Perhaps the things that stand out for me at Jonker is firstly, the staff. For Khay, Amy, Jermine, Aspier and Vince (apologies if my spelling of names is wrong), nothing was too much trouble. The offer of a map, a cold drink when they saw I was looking 'done in' from the heat, the offer of a shower before I caught my coach back to Singapore late in the afternoon was most appreciated. Khay, in particular, spent time explaining the history of Malacca to me and suggesting food I might like to try and places I might like to visit. It was lovely to see their smiling faces and hear their greeting whenever I passed through the reception area.

Secondly, the location, which is literally right on Jonker Walk which particularly comes alive after around 6 pm on Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights. I spent several very enjoyable hours walking the street enjoying different foods, shopping for souvenirs and then sitting listening to the karaoke on the stage situated right outside the hotel. I found the streets to be busy and hot during the daytime as well so it was wonderful to be able to easily pop back to my room to drop my shopping and have a rest.

I found my room, a deluxe, to be comfortable and very clean, however if you are looking for a 5 star, plush set up, this is not for you as this is an old boutique hotel with character. The room was spacious and my bed, which was king sized I believe, was on a raised platform just off the floor. This was the only problem I found with the room as I had a little difficulty getting in and out of bed as it was only just off the ground. Next time I visit I will ask for a regular bed. Also, there were quite a few steps inside the room, i.e. from the door, down from the bed and a little one into the bathroom, that I had to think about all the time to avoid a fall. I know though from looking at the pictures on their web page, that there are rooms which are more appropriate for 'mature aged' people. I was on the first floor, overlooking the car park and the noise from outside, even at night from the night market, was minimal and did not bother me.

I loved Malacca and hope to visit again staying at Jonker Boutique Hotel of course.
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Date of stay: November 2014Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: For older travellers perhaps request a room with a bed raised off the floor not on a platform.
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Melgary918 wrote a review Dec 2013
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia103 contributions19 helpful votes
The hotel is quite nice with a modern twist to the room design. We stayed at Room 107 as recommended by reviewers if you want a quiet room. It is true about the loud noise from the main entrance and if you don't fancy it, try to book a room towards the back. Staffs are really friendly and helpful. We were a bit lost when trying to get into the car park when the Jonker street was closed during the evening. Other than that, we just hope the room to come with more counter/desk space as traveling with children, we have many things to put up with.
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Date of stay: December 2013Trip type: Travelled with family
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Answer from Rick v
Nov 2017 |
The room we stayed in had 2 double beds. Sleeping 4 people would be quite "cozy" but if you kids and the adults are willing to share the 2 double beds it could work. The room was large, the bathroom was also large and closes off from the room. I do not know if the staff can provide an extra bed.
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Answer from raymond n
Jun 2017 |
Yes Rosalind is right, it's not suitable for elderly people and wheelchair definitely not. The toilet have a shower inside the bath tub and unfortunately the bath tub is too high for elderly to access safely. Should get a hotel that have a shower on it's own. There's no lift and steps are steep
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Answer from Samantha D
Mar 2017 |
Hi, what is the room suitable for 2 adult and 1 infant. Any lift in the building? Is private parking provided? Answer : The Premier Deluxe Room with 1 Super King Size Bed will be suitable for 2 adults and 1 infant. For your information, our hotel do not have lift facility and however we do provide private carpark for our hotel guest. Thank you.
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Maslena A asked a question Mar 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
how many adult can accommodate for the family room?
Answer from Samantha D
Mar 2017 |
Hi, Maslene, Greetings from Jonker Boutique Hotel. Please be informed that the family room can accommodate 4 person in a room. Thank you Regards Samantha
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Answer from Samantha D
Jan 2017 |
Hi Ms Julie, Greetings from Jonker Boutique hotel. Please be informed that the room rate does not come with breakfast. I will suggest you to take 2 Family room which comes with 2 queen size bed in each room.
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