With the total of 211 rooms, guests may opt for a panoramic view of lush greenery or a view of the cerulean sea. The newly renovated rooms such as those in the categories of Deluxe Garden View, Deluxe Seaview and Premier Seaview are all private spaces that promise a memorable stay. No matter which rooms that guests select, they are bound to be enthralled by the room’s contemporary minimalist chic. For those seeking the finest level of service and comfort, they are welcome to opt for the Premier or Presidential Suites.
Plenty of options await guests at Resorts World Langkawi, including free breakfast for those who stay in the newly renovated rooms. Guests can opt for the Garden room at RM266 nett or Seaview room at RM311 nett. Deluxe Seaview rooms are priced at RM357 and Premier Seaview rooms at RM406 nett with free breakfast.
Rooms are allocated based on run of house, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Food and beverage
At Resorts World Langkawi, there are three food and beverage outlets for guests to choose: Seagull Coffeehouse (opens 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.), an all-day dining outlet that serves marvellous buffet breakfast in the morning and excellent variety of Asian and international dishes throughout the day; Zest (opens from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.), the al fresco dining outlet located on the 500-metre long boardwalk that allows guests to view the sunset, the legendary Pulau Dayang Bunting (Pregnant Maiden Island) or the stars; including the Lobby Lounge (opens from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.) where guests can imbibe various beverages like alcoholic drinks and in-house wine that are free-flow from 8:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. while enjoying live entertainment.
At any resort, the swimming pool is always a magnet for the young and old alike. There are two pools for children and one for adults. For those who loves swimming, the resort will open an infinity pool in 2017. Non-swimmers can opt for the open gym using a treadmill or doing weights while taking in the scenic ocean view.
For water sports enthusiasts, recreational water sports available within the vicinity of the resort include jet-skiing, scuba-diving and snorkelling. Guests can also opt for island hopping and fishing, or go on a mangrove-and-cave geopark tour. The resort also offers trips to some places of interest, namely Pantai Cenang, Langkawi Underwater World, Cable Car at Gunung Mat Cincang, Mahsuri’s Masoleum (Makam Mahsuri), Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls, Buffalo Park and Field of Burnt Rice ( Beras Terbakar).
There are also six meeting rooms – including a grand ballroom that can be divided into two meeting rooms – that guests can use for meetings and functions.
The resort’s five-star Taman Sari Royal Heritage Spa is a haven for those seeking holistic treatments to pamper their bodies. Traditional Royal Javanese spa rituals are available to soothe one’s body and mind, including aromatherapy massage, hand and foot therapy using authentic South East Asian ancient healing traditions.