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The Majestic Malacca
188 Jalan Bunga Raya
75100 Melaka, Malaysia

Tel: +6 (03) 2783 1000
Fax: +6 (03) 2148 7397

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  • Flat screen TV with satellite channels
  • Personal care toiletries
  • Electronic safe
  • Hair dryer
  • IDD telephone
  • Writing desk with desk-level power points
  • Complimentary high-speed broadband in all rooms
  • In-room refrigerator
  • Coffee and tea making facilities
  • Complimentary daily mineral water
  • Babysitting, upon request
  • Complimentary WIFI connection at the lounge, bar and library
  • Concierge services
  • Doctor, upon request
  • Foreign currency exchange
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Library
  • Mailing services
  • Spa Village
  • Swimming pool
  • The Mansion dining room
  • The Lounge at The Mansion
  • The Bar at The Mansion
  • 3 function rooms
  • 52 Deluxe Rooms, 1 Majestic Suite and 1 Tranquerah Suite
  • Golf
  • River Cruise Tour
  • Trishaw Ride
  • Historical Walk with Resident Historian
  • The Peranakan Culinary Journey
  • Pulau Besar Adventure


Located within the state of Malacca’s historical district in Malaysia, on the banks of the river which in yesteryear teemed with Chinese junks and spice-laden vessels from all over the world, The Majestic Malacca provides a glimpse into the splendid saga of an extraordinary empire.

Due to its prime location along the lucrative spice trade route on Straits of Malacca, the city began as an influential port and developed over 500 years of trading and cultural exchanges between East and West. In 2008, UNESCO perceived that this city constituted a unique architectural and cultural townscape without parallel anywhere in East and Southeast Asia and declared it a World Heritage site. The Malacca of today is a rich mélange of Dutch, Portuguese, British, Chinese, Indian and Malay influences that culminate to create a fascinating and unique cultural destination.

Steeped in a rich tapestry of multicultural influences reflected in its heritage architecture, diverse lifestyles and eclectic cuisine, The Majestic Malacca is an integral part of Malacca’s colourful history.


The heart of this classic hotel is a restored 1920s Straits Settlement mansion complete with its original Portuguese porcelain tile flooring and teakwood fittings. It has been sympathetically extended to house 54 rooms and suites, luxurious accommodation that is a reflection of that era. Sumptuously appointed in rich teak and fine silk with a four-poster bed that lures one to sleep and a romantic claw-foot bathtub that rests open to the room. The discreet desk-level power points and high-speed broadband provide the comfort and accessibility required by the discerning modern traveller, effortlessly melding luxury, modernity and tradition.

Spa Village Malacca is the world’s only spa to base its therapies on the healing heritage of the Baba-Nyonya or Peranakan culture – a unique combination of Chinese and Malay influences. The spa therapies are moulded around a person’s cool or warm energy and designed to recapture the energy that life’s challenges remove – soothing skin, easing tired muscles, and allowing a physical and psychological escape from the pressures of modern living.

Guests may choose to delve into the intricacies of authentic Peranakan cooking, a blend of Chinese and Malay culinary styles, under the guidance of skilled chefs, explore the city on colourful trishaws or journey up the historic Malacca River from the river mouth to Kampung Morten (Morten Village), passing narrow old shophouses and river warehouses.

Imaginations are coaxed to wander back to the past with meandering 600-year-old narrow pathways and red brick Dutch colonial buildings on the hotel’s historical walk. Close to the famed Stadthuys, built by the Dutch in 1650, and the vivid Jonker Street that offers antique bargains and local culinary delicacies in narrow old shophouses. The Majestic Malacca is a luxury hotel steeped in the rich heritage that surrounds it and is ideal for those seeking a vibrant cultural escape.


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