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HRA Signs Hotel Penaga in Penang, Malaysia

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 6 March 2012

Hotel Representation Australia (HRA) has signed the Hotel Panaga in Penang, Malaysia.

Hotel Penaga opened its doors in January 2011 after extensive conversions from a cluster of pre-war terraces on the UNESCO world heritage site.

Located amid the classical buildings of Georgetown, Hotel Penaga provides convenient access to the sites and attractions of the UNESCO heritage town.

Accommodation at Hotel Penaga consists of 45 rooms within the converted terraces, with choices of Clarke terraces houses, Transfer suites and Hutton rooms.

All rooms are individually furnished with a combination of Chinese antiques and modern pieces coupled with original art works from Asia and Australia. Every room has a Jacuzzi spa bath.

The Hotel Penaga offers its guests the free use of its Business Centre, in room Wi-Fi, a generous lap pool, spa treatments and fine dining.

Other features include:

Artist Residence Program: Rooftop residence and studio provided to successful applicants who are invited to live, work and showcase art at the hotel and interact with the guests
Free WiFi in all rooms and public areas
Gift Shop
Tangling Bar
Cinnamon Restaurant
Private Dining room for up to 30 guests
Library
Antique Furniture Shop
Car rental / Taxi service
Airport Shuttle with minimum charges

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