to the waterfront in central Kota Kinabalu, Hotel The Klagan offers solid sea view
accommodation close to a host of the city’s main sights, including the Filipino
Market and Warisan Square.
recently refurbished property is comprised of a total of 208 individual units
and suites. In-room amenities at Hotel The Klagan include tea and coffee making
facilities, toiletry packs and Wi-Fi.
With three meeting rooms, this property is fully-equipped for business events and conferences. The rooftop meeting hall can accommodate up to 390 guests.
The Wanyan Café, located at the top of this building, overlooks the sea and offers guests a range of European and Asian specialities. Eateries in the immediate proximity of this hotel include Koryo-Jeong BBQ Restaurant and Irish Shamrock Bar & Restaurant.
This property is located close to Kota Kinabalu’s ferry terminal, from where guests can catch a boat to the islands comprising Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park.
Nestled in the heart of Sabah's state capital, this property offered great access to an impressive range of local attractions. In addition to being close to Warisan Square and the local Filipino Market, its proximity to a number of shopping malls - including Imago and Oceanus - was perhaps its biggest perk.
Solid standard of accommodation
For those after simple, no-frills accommodation in Kota Kinabalu, this property absolutely fit the bill. The overall standard of comfort here was found to be consistently solid, with most happy with the quality of their stays at this city centre property. The room interiors were praised for being decidedly spacious.
Waterfront views and welcoming staff
The views from this hotel have won this property many accolades and judging by the comments of guests, many rooms do indeed offer gorgeous views of the South China Sea and Likas Bay. Finally, this hotel's staff are incredibly warm and friendly, with the vast majority of guests tickled to find themselves heartily greeted upon arrival.
Oddly uninspiring property
They couldn't exactly describe it, but for many, there was a decidedly lacklustre, almost shabby air about this hotel. This ambience marred the overall guest experience here.
Breakfast could be improved
Improvements are needed with regards to the quality of this property's breakfast offerings. Many commented that the tropical fruit selection, in particular, was found to be poor.
Wi-Fi was another point of contention here. Many had trouble gaining access to the network from within their units. This was an on-going source of frustration for guests.