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Jalan Hassan Abas, Teluk Bahang, Penang Island 11050 Malaysia
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#4 of 4 Speciality lodging in Teluk Bahang
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Languages Spoken
English, Chinese, Malay
Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Taxi service
Meeting rooms
24-hour security
Water park offsite
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Private beach
Seating area
Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
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WeeWeiYang wrote a review Jun 2019
Changi, Singapore1,399 contributions138 helpful votes
Check in late into this place and waited another hour as it was their Ramadan breakfast timing. Very first impression wasn't already ideal as it was totally deserted with only a handful of occupancy. Stated free WiFi but found out from reception there was none due to breakdown of the Internet. Room was old and overdue too. However, the receptionist was very friendly and she explained to us many details on this hotel. She even personally sent us our booking receipt to our room as we have forgotten it. Location wise, best for fishing at sea as it was near the sea. Other than that walking distance to the Penang national park. Finding breakfast was more difficult as its long way to the market. Overall, I would only say book this place if you are going to stay for fishing. Your own transportation is a must too.
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Date of stay: June 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
Anette S wrote a review May 2019
Brisbane, Australia95 contributions32 helpful votes
We booked 2 nights due to its location near National Park and because it had free wifi and air-conditioning. The bloke on reception did not make us feel welcome at all. When he finally got round to finding our booking, he handed us the key and we had to prompt him to tell us where our room was.... but he did provide us with the wifi password.... but neglected to tell us at the time that the wifi was not working and had not for days! The room was filthy, the bedspread had cigarette burn holes and was dirty and the sheet was filthy, the room stunk! Probably from the dirty carpet on the floor. Bathroom was not clean. We turned on the fridge, it got hot instead of cold! Oh a pair of dirty undies was behind the fridge when we turn it on! The air conditioning was not cooling the room! After giving the air conditioner a chance to it remained ineffective. I approached the man on reception and told him about the wifi and fridge he said he would get a technician by 5 pm. I informed him that if not fixed by 5pm we would want our money back and find somewhere else to stay..... and that is what happened.... minus the charge for the couple of hours that we stored our bags while we looked elsewhere.
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Date of stay: May 2019Trip type: Travelled with friends
DazzlingSunflowerTravelBug wrote a review Oct 2018
Johannesburg, South Africa276 contributions47 helpful votes
We arrived late evening to find a lady outside who said the receptionist has gone for an hour's break. We left our luggage and took a walk down the street looking for food. When we came back he was there. The online pictures are not what we arrived to. Maybe this was a hit in yester year but now totally a flop. I cleaned the bathroom on arrival. Asked for clean linen sheets since our ones had stains and blood. I was told the stains are from the laundry detergent. And what about the blood stains? My friend asked for toilet paper as there was none in her room. We waited over an hour for the toilet paper and clean sheets or duvet cover. When I went downstairs to ask they told me the laundry is closed so I will get them tomorrow. First night with dirty linen. Security is not a focus. Maybe this is not important in Penang. The front door to the rooms is open and looking towards the street. Our rooms don't have any smart security locking system. The carpet looks grey and dirty I was itching walking around barefooted. There was not much we can do to change this as everything was paid up. Glad I am only here for an unbearable two nights. The only highlight was waking up to a beautiful sunset. It was nice seeing the fishermen go out to sea. Would not go here. I guess you pay for peanuts you get entertained as monkeys.
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Date of stay: September 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
Judit teveli wrote a review Feb 2018
Doi Saket, Thailand93 contributions17 helpful votes
Big clean room with nice bathroom, good bed, good aircon and a big noisy fridge. The rooms on the 3rd floor have very nice view on the sea. Every rooms have a balcony, but without furnitures. The hotel is just at the entrence of the National Park, so you can walk and hike in the jungle to the Monkey Beach and to the Turtle Beach. When you rent a boat try to share it with other people and you can share the rental fee too. Taluk Bahang is a very calm, quiet fisching village, there is the terminal of the bus No. 102 starting at the airport of Penang, (for 5 MYR). If you like the hot hotels on the beaches don't come here. This hotel is for tourists who like the nature, monkeys, lizards, birds, butterflys..
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Date of stay: January 2018
Homer J D wrote a review Aug 2017
10 contributions5 helpful votes
What a surprise, nobody has written abt this place yet? Have been coming here a few times these past few years. This hotel is owned and managed by the local fishermen's co-op (I think), hence the name? Located on the north-eastern tip of the Island the place is far from the hustle and bustle of Georgetown, ideal for those who prefer a quiet vacation but within walking distance of the busline from the jetty/downtown. As far as I know they don't provide food here but it's no problem as there are stalls and restaurants all within waliking distance that open early in the morning till late at night. For a budget hotel the room is decent; the air-con works well, the bathroom/toilet is clean with plenty of hot water, the bed nice and comfortable with clean pillows and bed sheet.. no complain there. The last time I was there the wi-fi didn't work and the tv only has regular channels (who need those anyway). Escape Adventure Park is not too far, you can take a bus. This place is right next to the Penang National Park, on the weekends and holidays the park can get pretty busy with hikers. You can hike to Monkey Beach or the more challenging hike to Pantai Keracut where the turtle hatchery is. If hiking is not your thing, just take a boat there but it's a little expensive. Ask for a room facing the sea, otherwise there ain't much to see.
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Date of stay: August 2017
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Ask for top floor facing the sea.
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US$30 - US$38 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
MalaysiaPenangPenang IslandTeluk Bahang
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel & Chalet Sportfishing
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel & Chalet Sportfishing?
Nearby attractions include Escape Theme Park (1.5 km), The Habitat Penang Hill (7.7 km), and Entopia (1.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel & Chalet Sportfishing?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free parking, and meeting rooms.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel & Chalet Sportfishing?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a desk.
Is parking available at Hotel & Chalet Sportfishing?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel & Chalet Sportfishing?
Conveniently located restaurants include Knife and Fork Restaurant, Andrew's Kampung, and Living Room Cafe Bar & Gallery.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel & Chalet Sportfishing?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Chinese, and Malay.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel & Chalet Sportfishing?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Little Village Penang Hill (7.8 km).