1 Voucher is for 2 Nights stay at Superior Room
4 pax, 2 Queen beds
Stay Date : Immediately – 13 Nov 2020
Blackout Date : Merdeka Day (31 Aug) and eve (30 Aug)
*We’re only selling 50 stay vouchers only*
- Mon – Thu:
RM200RM100 (50% OFF)
- Fri – Sun, Public Holidays:
RM400RM180 (55% OFF)
- Service charge 10%
- 2 Queen beds (for 4 pax)
Terms & Conditions
- Voucher cannot be exchanged for cash & cannot be combined with other promotion.
- Voucher can be used for a room upgrade.
- Voucher can be redeemed by 13 November 2020.
- Please reserve at least 14 days before stay.
- Guests are allowed to reschedule 1 time (up to 2 weeks before stay).
- Any guest who fail to turn up on the reserved date (No-Show) – voucher will be automatically forfeited.
About the hotel
Official Website: https://victoriahome.co/muk-victoria-home-melaka/
Read our review: https://malaysia.tripcanvas.co/melaka/muk-by-victoria-home-melaka/
Located 15 minutes’ walk to Jonker Street, this boutique hotel set in what looks like a historical building is a real showstopper. In fact, passersby often stop over for a few Instagrammable shots by the building. It’s a quirky, creative stay and rather new on the scene too.
The Superior Room with two queen beds can accommodate 4 adults. It’s super clean and comfy, with all your necessary toiletries provided. What we loved best is that they even have water dispensers in the reading and cafe areas so you don’t need to head out to buy your own bottled water (yes, it’s a pain to always have to remember to do so when travelling, right?).
Its contemporary minimalist decor that almost feels like a spacious Muji shop, with extremely calming shades that you’ll be glad to come back to after a day of exploring and eating around Melaka!
There’s a lovely reading area where you can just plonk down on the beanbags and pick up a good book from their shelves. Or if you are a digital nomad, you can use your laptop in the cafe area which is nice and quiet with good wifi and charging ports – almost like a library (but bring a sweater as it can get pretty cold!).
If you’re there for more than the weekend (Jonker Street and Kee Ann Food Street are only open on Friday to Sunday nights, so that’s when you can enjoy Melaka in its full vibrance), you can chill or use your devices on weekdays and head out at night to enjoy Melaka’s cafe and local food scene. And on weekends, of course, you need to spend the whole day out – that’s when the streets of Melaka truly come to life!
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