See why so many travellers make Embassy Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Mersing. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a budget friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Embassy Hotel makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
While in Mersing, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Embassy Hotel, including Mersing Seafood Restaurant (0.1 mi), 71 Seventy One Coffee & Cafe (0.1 mi), and Loke Tien Yuen Restaurant (0.1 mi).
Should time allow, Masjid Jamek Bandar Mersing is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
At Embassy Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Mersing.
We stayed here for 5 nights, due to a family visit. There isn't much other choice when it comes to hotels in Mersing. We got the "deluxe" room: 3 seperate beds with a plastic cover around the matrasses. The cushions were too hard. The floor was stained and there were ants and insects everywhere. No tv. You can see the rooms were build decenia's ago.
We had low expectations. It was an over night stop before the ferry crossing. On the plus side the sheets were clean and it is handy for the ferry, but on the minus side the door to the street doesn’t lock, no outside windows (in the room we stayed in), and generally a bit grubby. Not an experience to be repeated.
Stayed here on two separate nights whilst backpacking in Malaysia this summer. The first night I stayed with my husband in a double for 65RM, and the second occasion I shared a room with two double beds with my best friend (female) which was a little more but we were treating ourselves after a mammoth cross country drive. On both occasions the room had air con, hot water and clean beds, we even got towels. It is by no means a 5 star hotel, hence why I have given 3 stars, but for roughly £13 a night we got safe, secure and clean rooms, what more can you ask for! We were greeted in both occasions by a gentleman who I think was the owner and his son, both were friendly and welcoming. Reception is in a very well stocked shop and there are loads of eating options nearby from traditional Malay to KFC and Dominos. The hotel is 5 minutes walk from the bus station where there is a bluewater ferry booking office, and about 15 minutes walk to the ferry terminal.…
I spent Christmas-2018- at this hotel and it was a very pleasant experience.I want to pay tribute to Amu who took my telephone booking and to the other staff members whom I met.The hotel doesn't provide breakfast but,at only RM90 per night-including the tourism tax,it is great value.The room was adequate in size,very clean and serviced daily.Sleep quality was very good and I am happy to recommend this hotel.Definitely worth 9 out of 10.Worth a return visit.
PROS; The hotel itself is very well placed between the bus stop and ferry terminal, and is very central in town. The rooms are decently sized. There is working air con, showers, Wi-Fi and TV. You have your own bathroom with toilet paper. The rooms are reasonably clean The price is quite cheap. CONS; The rooms are in a varying state of disrepair. It's not awful, but one of the two rooms we stayed in had a leak in the ceiling and a puddle in the bathroom from a leaky toilet. The glasses provided weren't the cleanest ever. It's right next to the street so it is loud at night, and there is no secure door so anyone could walk into the hotel (but not individual rooms). No kettle or fridge. Overall was not an awful experience, and the price is good, but we probably won't opt to stay here again.…