This list comprises of hotels travellers love most in Georgetown, all of which score glowing reviews for cleanliness, service, facilities, location, and value-for-money room rates. Georgetown is a pedestrian-friendly city with colourful street art caricatures nested amongst centuries-old temples and antiquated shop houses, resulting in endless sightseeing opportunities.
If you’re looking to indulge in some retail therapy, you’re in luck. Georgetown is also Penang’s premier shopping destination with its retail therapy offerings firmly divided into three sectors –street markets, independent stores and shopping centres. Ranging from towering luxury hotels for the affluent to charming guesthouses for backpackers, make sure you check out the best ranked Georgetown hotels to find an accommodation option that best suits your travel dates, style and budget.
- Traditional English Afternoon Tea at the Eastern & Oriental Hotel
- City Half-Day Tour
- EZhopper Sightseeing Bus Pass
- Georgetown by Night Tour
- Island Half-Day Tour
- Private Penang Hill & Temple
- Heritage Trishaw Tour
- Private Penang Hill & High Tea at David Brown's Restaurant
- Botanic Gardens & Tropical Spice Garden Tour
- Penang Hill & Kek Lok Si Temple Tour
Clove Hall is an Edwardian Anglo-Malay colonial-era bungalow turned hotel, located along Clove Hall Road, its namesake: the property is small and intimate in comparison to big-name hotel brands but there is charm-a-plenty throughout.Hotel facilities are limited to apool but Clove Hall offers a personal trainer and yoga classes for guests who want to keep fit even while on holiday, while those looking in need of R&R can indulge in a manicure, pedicure or massage treatment in the comfort of their room.There are only six rooms available (ranging in size from 49sqm to 74sqm), each done up in rustic yet regal style. Read More...
You Le YuenGeorgetown
You Le Yuen Penang is a small, budget-friendly guesthouse located along Love Lane in the centre of Georgetown that is popular with backpackers and travellers sticking to a tight budget.Centrally-located, nearby points of interest to the hotel are numerous: in descending order of their distance this includes Fort Cornwallis (only a 15-minute walk away), while Penang State Museum is only 700m away, Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion and Goddess of Mercy Temple are 350m from the hotel and Kuan Yin Teng temple is 180m away.On the recreational side of things, You Le Yuen Penang stays true to its hostel-like offerings by offering a limited number of onsite facilities - in turn, guests pay lower rack rates, which means greater savings. Read More...
Ren i TangGeorgetown
Ren I Tang, situated in the UNESCO Heritage Site of Georgetown, is a refurbished heritage inn that offers modern guestrooms with a rustic local charm.It is a one-minute walk from the Pinang Peranakan Mansion and a five-minute walk from Fort Cornwallis and Penang Jetty.Penang International Airport is a 25-minute drive away from the property.Ren I Tang consists of 17 guestrooms with rustic decor and timber flooring, all of which are fitted with air-conditioning, television with satellite channels, ceiling fan, hairdryer, kettle, books and magazines, a selection of hot beverages, and an intercom system. Read More...
Eastern And Oriental HotelGeorgetown
Eastern And Oriental Hotel, a five-star Penang property founded by the Sarkies brothers in 1885, is steeped in history and gives the impression of containing a world within itself.A true homage to the British-Raj era, when it first opened it had the longest seafront (spanning 902sqft) of any hotel in the world, and went on to welcome world famous personalities of the time including Rudyard Kipling, Somerset Maugham, Douglas Fairbanks and more.Set along Lebuh Farquhar, it is the only hotel in Georgetown with prime sea-facing real estate, making it well placed for sightseeing opportunities, allowing guests easy access to several Penang landmarks such as Fort Cornwallis, the Penang State Museum and the 1903 Victorian-style City Hall. Read More...