With the tagline “Home of Tropical Experience”, Tiara Labuan Hotel located on the southeast Labuan Island, offers a wide choice of spacious and comfortable accommodation. From deluxe timber chalets to apartment suites and villas, these are the perfect options for guest requirements.
As a member of the Gaya Travel Magazine delegation of media practitioners who were invited by Labuan Corporation and Labuan Tourism to explore the Federal Territory, I was hosted at Tiara Labuan Hotel for two nights at an apartment suite.
Have a look at these photos. Do you prefer the conventional hotel stay or villas? In my opinion, while the rooms and suites are adequately spacious, the villas, especially the 5-bedroom units, can accommodate more guests, which means these are more suitable for group travellers.
As you can see, the rooms are tastefully appointed and equipped with modern amenities for the enjoyment of guests.
Fronting the Tanjung Batu Beach and with Labuan Golf Club in the background, Tiara Labuan Hotel assuredly caters to the discerning leisure or business travellers.
Merely ten minutes drive from Labuan International Airport, there is a reason why Tiara Labuan Hotel is known as a “resort within the city”, as it is set amidst lush green open spaces and well-kept landscape.
Even as guests enjoy a “resort-style” stay at Tiara Labuan Hotel, it is just a short distance away from the Labuan International Financial Centre and tourist attractions such as the War Memorial Park, The Chimney, Marine Museum, Kampung Patau-Patau Water Village and more.
Tiara Labuan Hotel does not only offer a comfortable stay – the property was conferred the Country Winner for Luxury Villa Resort at the 2013 World Luxury Hotel Awards – it is also suitable for those hosting events and meetings, due to the availability of ballroom and three function rooms of different capacities.
Tiara Labuan Hotel
Add: Jalan Tanjung Batu, 87000 F.T. Labuan, East Malaysia.
Tel: +6 (0) 87 414 300
Fax: +6 (0) 87 410 195
Web: Tiara Labuan Hotel
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