No. 12, Lorong
Lanang 4, Sibu, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Rating : 4 star
Check-in time - 14:00pm
Check-out time - 12:00nn
The only 4-star
hotel in Sibu, the best and also the largest, Kingwood Hotel offers
travellers a pleasurable stay with its idyllic view of the longest river
in Malaysia, the mighty Rajang.
168 well appointed rooms are elegantly furnished and handsomely
equipped with modern amenities. The team of efficient and courteous
staff provide you with legendary Sarawakian hospitality. 74 Superior, 76
Deluxe, 17 Suite and 1 Penthouse. Room features include hair dryer,
telephone extension in bathroom, colour TV, in-house movies, music,
radio, bedside console with alarm clock, separate bathrub and standing
shower, IDD telephone, mini bar, daily newspaper, tea and coffee making
facility (only Deluxe Room).
Laundry, pressing and
dry cleaning services, health and fitness centre, gym, sauna, steam
bath, jacuzzi and safe deposit box.
banquet and convention facilities are unparalleled in Sibu.
REGALIA ballroom has a capacity for 1200 people in theatre setting, 700
people in banquet setting, 550 people in international buffet setting
and 500 people in classroom setting. The PINNACLE, on top of this 13
storey modern building, has a capacity for 350 people in theatre
setting. In addition to 9 other rooms of different sizes, second grand
ballroom with a smaller capacity to the REGALIA, is now under renovation
and is scheduled to be ready by end of 1997.
Experience fine dining in our contemporary style Riverfront Cafe
which offers many local dishes and specialities at great value. Mingziang
Court offers authentic chinese cuisines for all occasions and the
stylish Riviera Lounge is a perfect place to relax with a
Kingwood Hotel is 25 minutes drive from the airport and within
walking distance from the business and environment centre of Sibu. It is
also the starting point for one of the world's greatest river journeys
-- to the vast hinterland of the upper Rajang River, a region still
dominated by unexplored tropical rainforests and home to several
indigenous ethnic groups living in longhouses.