Hotels & Resorts in Melaka

Melaka or Malacca is a state in Malaysia which is located at the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia where the state of Melaka is actually sandwiched in between Negeri Sembilan and Johor. In addition to that, Melaka is actually closely situated alongside with the Straits of Melaka where this famous 500 mile long strait is actually, and still the world’s longest strait connecting the Indian Ocean and the China Sea. Based on the statistic in the year 2001, there are roughly 649000 people staying in this 1650 square kilometer state. Besides the state capital which is Melaka, there are another 4 main administrative districts here in Melaka where these 4 districts include Pulau Besar, Jasin, Melaka Tengah and Alor Gajah.

Just like the whole of Malaysia, the climate here in Melaka is tropical climate where the weather is mostly sunny throughout the year. For travelers planning on a golf vacation, Melaka is for sure one of the best choices around with a nice selection of hotels and resorts to make your Malaysia golf vacation a good one.

Melaka Hotels and Resorts Recommended for your Malaysia Golf Holiday

Majestic Hotel

The historic seaside city of Malacca is steeped in a rich tapestry of multicultural influences reflected in its heritage architecture, diverse lifestyles and eclectic cuisine. Located on the banks of the river which in yesteryear teemed with Chinese junks and spice-laden vessels from all over the world, The Majestic Malacca provides a glimpse into the splendid saga of an extraordinary empire.

Holiday Inn Melaka

Make yourself at home at Holiday Inn Melaka, a stylish waterfront retreat midway between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. A gleaming 20-storey white tower, our strikingly modern hotel is a relaxing base to explore the Portuguese-influenced Malaysian city of Melaka.

Hotel Equatorial Melaka

Bringing you the allure of historical Melaka with modern day conveniences, this 5-star 22-storey international business hotel features 496 luxuriously furnished rooms with each room offering a generous view of the Straits of Melaka or historical St. Paul's Hill.