The Danna Langkawi: The Jewel Of Kedah’s Top Class Yet Most Underrated Resort
The hotel occupies a part of the lagoon that is Telaga Harbour Park, where guests will find themselves immersed in the marina and beach view at the foot of the resort while being swathed in greenery courtesy of the age-old, emblematic Mat Cinchang mountain range.
Conveniently located from the Langkawi International Airport at a mere 15 minutes’ drive, the hotel extends a tranquil resort that’s perfect for a much-needed R&R. Special features such as the colonial architecture and the biggest pool on the island of Langkawi will surely make your vacation at The Danna Langkawi extra special! Not forgetting, warm Asian hospitality is a mainstay here and it will make your holiday even more memorable.
The well-appointed rooms and suites at the resort come with a private balcony and frame a different angle of the views be it the sea, marina, courtyard or hills, while the 10 new beach-fronting villas are each bedecked with a private infinity pool.
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Whisk your family or partner away for some fun in the sun at the Princess Beach Villa or the grander Empress Beach Villa. The luxurious villas are fitted with top-notch furnishings, pool, private spa area and dedicated Villa Hosts. If you want some alone time with your better half without kids, good news! Babysitting services are available at a nominal fee.
Dining is a satisfying affair at The Danna Langkawi, be it at the resort’s 3 restaurants, private dining at the beach front, poolside or rainforest garden; or in-room dining. The recently refurbished Planter’s delights the taste buds with Mediterranean, European-inspired and Asian cuisine while local dishes are a standout at Straits & Co. Meanwhile, Italian food and a hearty wine list takes centre stage at modern restaurant Terrace.
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The perfect spot for a sundowner, The Verandah Lounge is not only impressive in the ambiance department but also on inventory of your favourite tipple. Wines here are aplenty and this is probably the only place on the island where you will find a wide selection of gin to tickle your taste buds. The cozy, colonial lounge – with a cigar and wine room to boot – also plays host to live nightly performances.
Do not leave the hotel without visiting The Danna Spa to rejuvenate and soothe your body, mind and soul. The traditional Malay massage really hits the spot and the kid’s spa menu for tots and teens between the ages of 6 and 14 gets big brownie points from us! For more details on accommodations, special offers and announcements, visit The Danna Langkawi's website here.
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