Spread over 13 acres, the Tudor-style resort offers 240 attractive, self-contained low-rise apartment suites, as well as 270 superior rooms and suites in the hotel tower, which offer breathtaking views of the highland landscapes. The resort is famous for its capacities in event hosting, from company incentive trips to conferences and seminars. The resort also has extensive recreational facilities and vast grounds, where 'telematch' and scavenger hunts are carried out. It will also arrange trips to the Orang Asli settlement. Further amenities include an entrance hall with 24-hour reception, a hotel safe, lift access, a restaurant, a WLAN access point, room and laundry services and parking for those arriving by car.
Perched 1,628 m above sea level and surrounded by majestic mountains and gentle undulating valleys, this is the only resort situated at the highest accessible point of the highlands. It is 367 km by car from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.
Each room comes with an en suite bathroom with hairdryer, as well as a TV, a mini fridge, tea and coffee making facilities and centrally regulated air conditioning.
There is an indoor swimming pool on the hotel grounds, as well as a gym and tennis courts. Guests can enjoy a cosy and relaxing family evening with drinks and music in the Cricket Lounge. They can rack up a round of pool or watch their favourite sports on Astro TV. They can even croon their favourite songs in the relaxed ambience of the KTV lounge or in one of the 7 private rooms, offering a wide selection of songs in various languages, including both old classics and new chart-toppers.
The all-day-dining restaurant serves authentic Malaysian, Asian and international cuisine. À la carte and buffet spreads are available in this relaxed and informal dining environment with outdoor seating from which guests can appreciate the mountain view.
Major credit cards, such as American Express, JCB, MasterCard and VISA, are accepted as methods of payment.
Located at Kea Farm, the resort is easily accessible from the North-South Highway; turn off at the Tapah intersection which is approximately 2 hours' drive from Kuala Lumpur, 2.5 hours from Penang and 6 hours from Singapore.
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