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Compass Opens Citrus Hotel Johor Bahru

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 12 July 2011

Compass Hospitality has opened the Citrus Hotel Johor Bahru, a 125-key hotel located in the heart of Johor Bahru just 2 minutes walk from Customs & Immigration Quarantine Complex (CIQ).

Rooms are equipped with modern-day conveniences such as wireless Internet connectivity, 32 LCD flat screen TV offering cable and satellite channels, and ensuite bathroom that includes a shower cubicle and bathroom amenities.

Family Rooms consist of a double and single bed, while larger families can request for the added convenience of connecting rooms.

The entire hotel is W-Fi enabled for the convenience of our leisure and business guests.

Guests staying on the Club Floor can enjoy the exclusive use of Club Lounge on the 11th floor which offers private lounging and reading facilities, and a host of additional benefits provided all-day long such as complimentary coffee/tea, soft drinks and savoury snacks as well as complimentary use of internet stations in the Club Lounge. Club Floor guests can also enjoy a complimentary pressing service.

Onsite facilities include Citrus Caf which features a choice selection of local favourites, international cuisine and promotional meals from time-to-time; a function room with 50 - 100 person capacity; and internet stations in the lobby.

Situated between two main arterial roads Jalan Wong Ah Fook and Jalan Tun Abdul Razak, the hotel fronts Johor Bahru City Square Shopping Centre and is within walking distance to Johors downtown shopping and commerce area.

The hotels convenient location is further enhanced by nearby taxi stands offering outbound/inbound trips to/from Singapore as well as trips around Johor Bahru. The proposed MRT line linking CIQ and Singapore will also boost the hotels convenience when the line is completed.

Besides shopping, guests at the 4-star hotel can enjoy a more leisurely walkabout tour of historical attractions such as Sultan Ibrahim Building and Masjid India.

Walking towards the southern coastline along Persiaran Tun Sri Lanang, the seafront promenade beneath shady trees offers photographers a panoramic view of the causeway and Singapores coastline in the distance.

Citrus Hotel Johor Bahru is the fifth hotel managed by Compass Hospitality in Malaysia after Citrus Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Citin Hotel Pudu, Citin Hotel Langkawi and Citin Hotel Masjid Jamek. In Thailand, Compass Hospitality manages 30 properties located in Bangkok, Pattaya, Hua Hin and Phuket.

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