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Hotel Mingood Hotel

164 Argyll Road, Penang, Malasia

79% Valoración Total 57 de 62 clientes recomendarían esta propiedad basada en 62 comentarios

Ambiente 66%

Limpieza 79%

Instalaciones 74%

Localización 79%

Seguridad 86%

Personal 87%

Valor 86%

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Instalaciones

  • Aire acondicionado
  • Desayuno
  • Acceso a Internet gratuito
  • Acceso a internet
  • Adaptadores
  • Alquiler De Bicicletas
  • Aparcamiento
  • Aparcamiento gratuito
  • Ascensor
  • Bar
  • Café
  • Caja fuerte
  • Cambio de moneda
  • Consigna
  • Cunas disponibles
  • Instalaciones de lavandería
  • Intercambio de libros
  • Jacuzzi
  • Limpieza de la habitación
  • Mapa de la ciudad gratuito
  • Máquinas expendedoras
  • Recepción 24 horas
  • Sala de reuniones
  • Sala de reuniones
  • Seguridad 24 horas
  • Servicio de teléfono/fax
  • Servicio postal
  • Terraza al aire libre
  • Tours/Información turistica

Detalles de facturación / Detalles de Salida

Facturación más temprana: 14:00

Salida más tarde: 12:00

Políticas

  • Se aceptan niños
  • Se aceptan tarjetas de crédito
  • Sin límite de hora
  • No fumadores
  • Impuestos no incluidos

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Mapa e Indicaciones para llegar

Direcciones

From the train station or Butterworth bus terminal:
By following the signboards, which will lead you to the ferry terminal which is adjacent to the train station (5 minutes walk). The ferry fare is RM1.20 (subject to change). The journey to Georgetown terminal takes about 20 minutes. From the terminal, a 3 minute walk takes you to the taxi/bus stand. The taxi fare should be around RM12 and the journey through the streets of Georgetown should take only 10 minutes. You can also try the trishaw and the fare should not be more than RM10. (Please enquire the fare before boarding a taxi or trishaw). You may take the public bus (fare RM1) or to Penang Road (stop in front of 7/11.)

From the Langkawi/Medan ferry terminal:
As you come out of the terminal, there are lots of taxis and trishaws available. You can board either but remember to enquire the fare before boarding, which should not be more than RM10 for either. The terminal is just beside the Fort Cornwallis (an old British fort) which is within the Esplanade grounds. The short route takes you through a scenic part of Georgetown with some old majestic buildings along the way and the ride by taxi should be less than 10 minutes.

From Penang airport:
You can take the airport limo/taxi, which will cost RM42 to the hotel. The journey should not be more than 30 minutes. NEW effective 1st July 2008, Airport Bus to the City Center(Komtar) is available with RapidPenang Bus which departs from Level 1, just outside on your right of airport’s departure hall.. Frequency : Every 30 Minutes. Bus Fare Only RM2.00. Good choice for those not in a hurry to get into the city. Once you get to the city its a 15 mins walk to the hotel or get a taxi. Fares Not more than MYR12.00. Ride 5 mins

From Penang main bus terminal (Sungei Nibong):
Taxi fare to hotel RM25 - duration 20 minutes. There is a bus stop just outside of the terminal. Take the Milan Bus (Yellow) with direction board to Komtar. Fare RM2 Duration 35-45 minutes. From Komtar it’s a 15 minutes walk to the hotel (see map). Taxi or trishaw from Komtar. Fare RM10 duration 3-5 minutes.

By car via Penang bridge:
As you cross over one of Asia’s longest bridge, you will notice Jerejak Island on your left (a former Leposy island which later converted into a penal colony and which is now a resort. As you inch closer to Penang Island, look out for the directions to Georgetown via the Tun Lim Chong Eu Expressway.
The duration from Penang bridge to Hotel Mingood should not be more 25 minutes.

For those coming from Thailand by mini van, most mini vans will stop at Chulia Street which is about 400m from the hotel. At times the driver will drive you to our doorstep, if you tip them a few ringgits (RM5).

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