Welcome to JC Mark Hotel, your Bintulu “home away from home.” JC Mark Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Close to Tua Pek Kong Temple (2.5 mi), a popular Bintulu landmark, JC Mark Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
JC Mark Hotel is a family-friendly small hotel offering air conditioning in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The small hotel features 24 hour front desk and room service. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Bintulu hotpot restaurant such as Taipei House Restaurant, which is a short distance from JC Mark Hotel.
JC Mark Hotel puts the best of Bintulu at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
First impression, a quiet and serene hotel within rows of shop houses. Upon entering the hotel lobby, I felt like walking into a Japanese home. Very zen;) Eateries and supermarket are walking distance. My stay was very comfortable and everywhere I look were clean, I love it. A little bit hiccup during checking in due to system malfunction, but the matter was rectify within 5minutes,so no problem there. Just make sure all system were in a good condition. For the price I paid, it is very worth it. Less than RM100 for a very good room.I would stay here again during my next visit to Bintulu.
Very nice boutique hotel. I stay here with my husband and 1.5 years old daughter. The premium room is spacious enough for us. The room is clean, comfortable bed, clean toilet. Not sure if the parking is free or not
i've stayed at this hotel for two nights...new hotel..very clean..quiet..and very reasonable price.. there are shops around there and one clothes center nearby...so if u visit bintulu without carrying any clothing..u can buy there... i definitely will stay at his hotel again
Found this new hotel on previous trip to Bintulu. It is located behind bus terminal and Farley food court. The location is so so but it wasn't a problem since I was driving a car to get around, and there wasn't much traffic in Bintulu. A lot of eateries around that area. There is also a japanese restaurant at ground level. It was still under soft-opening since August and renovation work was going on with the facade, but had no impact on the quality of my stay. The hotel. My god, it is fabulous! It is obvious that the hotel caters for japanese previously. The receptionist was very sweet and courteous, and understands mandarin. I checked-in before noon and although it was Christmas day, the hotel had ready room to my pleasant surprise! I was secretly glad for it's low profile online (evil grin). I had pre-booked the hotel for myself and my parents had other plans in mind, but after they visited my room, they loved it too and booked another room. That's how good the hotel was! The interior of the room (front view) was very clean and pretty spacious. It has lots of veneer, which suits my taste. The bathroom was clean and better than average. It had a safe, fridge, glass desk and flat-screen TV. The audio was pretty terrible though; it was a ceiling-mounted speaker with no surround sound, so it feels kinda weird when watching the TV which only had 4 local TV channels. All in all, I would highly recommend this hotel. It had quality, not expensive and totally worth the value!…