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Penang’s favourite beachside boutique resort reopened its doors refreshed in design and facilities, but still infused with the same colonial spirit and idyllic charm that has made it one of Penang’s legendary hotels.
This 5-star hotel offers 90 rooms with a recently erected building adding 50 rooms to the inventory, featuring the deluxe rooms as the lead in category. A reception area, two food and beverage outlets, a bar, a board room-style meeting room, games room, a spa, a gym and the administrative office completes the picture. The hotel was one of the first hotels at Batu Ferringhi, which translates into ‘Foreigners Rock’ and has a rejuvenated aura after it undertook restoration.
All guest rooms and spacious suites are within a picturesque tropical yet contemporary setting allowing guests to soak in the sunshine and enjoy the breeze from the Andaman Sea. Deluxe rooms provide breath-taking sea views offering the unique feature of a plunge bath located on their private balcony. Premier rooms, with the option of sea or garden views, offer the choice of either a tranquil patio or courtyard.
Lone Pine has only 90 rooms, making it not just the first resort on Penang’s most famous beach, but also its most intimate. Offering something for everyone – from cozy rooms to spacious suites opening out onto seafront terraces, balconies or private courtyards – its delightful new decor mixes touches of old world charm with contemporary comfort.
The hotel features three dining options. The Bungalow offers al fresco dining by the beach, beginning with a buffet breakfast spread. Throughout the day it serves from its menu of traditional favourites, ranging from colonial-style steaks and burgers, to pasta and Penang wok-fried noodles, or poolside snacks of The Bungalow's signature Hainanese specialties.
The Matsu Restaurant offers casual cuisine with a distinct authentic Japanese flavours set in a sophisticated, relaxed environment. Enjoy the freshest fish and seafood, indulge in a selection of succulent meats grilled on their Japanese charcoal grill, or bring Matsu to the beach as a picnic with their bento boxes.
Relax to the sound of the waves hitting the shore and the latest chill-out tunes at the Batubar. Try out Batubar's signature concoctions, sample their tapas menu, and choose from an eclectic mix of Old and New World wines as you sit back, let the world go by and watch your worries float away with the waves.
Pure Energy Spa is a wellness oasis created to enhance and complete your stay at Lone Pine. Pure Energy subscribes to the belief that price and time should not deter one from feeling one’s best, and offers value-for-money, well executed spa services in a serene and stylish environment. From airy outdoor cabanas to tranquil indoor treatment rooms, guests can choose from spa pampering tailored for short respites or an ultimate spa experience for those with more time to spare.
On the hotel’s premises you will find a Gerai, which means “little shop” in Malay. Along with personal sundry items you may have forgotten to pack, Gerai offers a treasure trove of unique Malaysian keepsakes and mementos usually found in Penang's antique shops than in a hotel gift shop. Take a little of the Lone Pine Hotel with you back home, or as gifts for those you are going home to.
Hit the hotel’s gym, a place for exercising and rejuvenating oneself. Whether you are aiming for a serious training session or enjoying a leisurely stretch, the gym features cardio exercise gear, weight training, exercise bike and exercise ball to help reach your fitness goals.
Visitors, including the younger ones, can pass time in the Games Room, a Kid-friendly zone equipped for the tech savvy. Alternatively one can choose to be technology free with and avail of the pool table or the carrom. The Games Room also has two computers with internet for those looking to send a few emails and keep in touch with loved ones back home.