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Courtyard@Heeren

Courtyard@Heeren, Malacca, Malaysia

Courtyard@Heeren is a boutique hotel ideally located in the heart of the old town along Heeren Street, also known as Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, where wealthy Peranakan and Chinese merchants used to live and now full of shops and restaurants.

Each of the 14 rooms and suites, are individually designed; blending old touches with modern design. Although small, the rooms are clean and comfortable and all have air conditioning, coffee and tea making facilities and rain shower. Fruit, local dishes such as hainanese chicken rice as well as simple western options such as omelettes are served for breakfast but you will need to eat out for lunch and dinner.

Our rating: Simple

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