The hotel is connected to the Ipoh Parade mall which is so convenient and excellent for food and shopping. It is quite centrally located too.
Need to improve your bedroom at room 833
there’s a lot of food stall just around the corner. Good location of the hotel
I love this hotel
A building by itself, with free parking, ok and clean for us. The corridor seem to smell some cigarette smoke though it is suppose to be smoke free. Overall not a bad experience. Quiet surrounding.
Love the location. Its about 4 km from Simpang Pulai toll, which is very convinient for traveller like me. As Ipoh is famous for its limau bali and mee sup, fried kuayteow, it was quite dissappointing not to have them in the breakfast menu.
Small but yet cosy hotel. Get the feeling of coming home each time i return to hotel after day trips. Like the feature wall in my room. Makes it like home decor
Named after the Sultan of Perak, Sultan Azlan Shah Airport (IPH) is the seventh busiest airport in Malaysia. Located in Ipoh, it is six kilometres from the city centre and was originally a Fokker airfield in the 1960sbut it has since been upgraded and extended at a cost of RM42 million to improve passenger and terminal facilities and to accommodate jet aircraft.
Sultan Azlan Shah Airport hosts daily flights from a single terminal by Firefly Airlines, Malindo Air, Tigerair and Malaysian Airlines, with flights to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur (via Singapore), Manila, Jakarta, Singapore, Bandar Seri Begawan and Johor Bharu.Don't miss
Sultan Azlan Shah Airport boasts a new air-conditionedmodernised terminal for the comfort of both passengers and staff. Arrival and departure facilities have also been extended and upgraded and the check-in process has been made more efficient. CCTV has also been installed to provide additional security and more seating has been added to accommodate the increasing number of passengers using Sultan Azlan Shah Airport. Parking facilities have also been expanded and car rental is readily available.
Sultan Azlan Shah Airport (IPH) can now accommodate the Airbus A320 and the Boeing 737-800 as its runways were extended to 2,000 metres in 2012. Passengers also have the opportunity of observing aircraft take off and land from the upgraded VIP lounge with its panoramic viewing area.Restaurants and Bars
Restaurants and bars are limitedat Sultan Azlan Shah Airport.There is only one restaurant serving coffee, cakes, soft drinks and light snacks, but no alcohol.Shopping
Shopping at Sultan Azlan Shah Airport is very limited there is a small selection of souvenirs, handicrafts, food and clothing available for purchase. The airport does offer duty- free goods to its passengers and these include perfumes, jewellery, toiletries, after shave and confectionary along with a selection of wines and spirits.
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