PARKROYAL Penang Resort unveils newly transformed guestrooms and food and beverage outlets
Penang, 14 August 2017 – PARKROYAL Penang Resort is delighted to announce that the transformation project across all our guestrooms, reception, lobby lounge and all day dining outlet will be unveiled by early September 2017.
After a MYR50 million makeover, the resort now offers 309 refreshed guestrooms comprising 263 rooms and 46 suites fitted out with brand new soft furnishings, contemporary bathroom amenities and stylish lighting to provide modern comfort to all business and leisure travellers. The reception has been remodelled into a stylish space to bring a seamless arrival experience for our guests.
Our all day dining outlet, previously known as Tamarind Brasserie, will be rebranded to Cinnamon Asian Kitchen featuring a bright and fresh interior. Besides offering authentic local dishes like Penang Char Koay Teow and Penang Assam Laksa, Cinnamon Asian Kitchen’s selection of Asian delights ranging from Thai, Middle Eastern, Chinese to Indian means there’s something to suit everyone’s palate.
Guests can enjoy the distinctive cuisine selections in air-conditioned comfort at Cinnamon Asian Kitchen, which also comes with a private room and outdoor seating with views of our expansive gardens and breathtaking sea views. The centrepiece of the restaurant is a communal dining table made out of a real fallen tree to encourage socialising with other guests or to accommodate a big group. For an added touch of local culture, the flooring for the outdoor dining area has been completely remodelled with vibrant tiles that are reminiscent of the town’s Peranakan heritage. The transformation extends to Javana Lounge, which has been redesigned with new fittings and fixtures to deliver a relaxing ambience complete with picturesque views of the resort’s pool and gardens.
With the completion of the transformation of the guestrooms, Cinnamon Asian Kitchen and lobby, the next phase of transformation will involve a new gymnasium at a new location as well as the porte cochere, swimming pools, tennis court, Cool Bananas, Sunset Bar, Towel Hut and landscaping. This project is expected to be completed by end of November 2017. During this period, one swimming pool and the existing gymnasium will still be in operation while the affected areas will be completely closed off to ensure our guests’ safety and comfort.