Yet another hotel run by Shin Yang Group.
For reservations, please call 085-437799.
Imperial Palace Hotel sounds familiar as it is another sister hotel of Imperial Suites. The 3 star hotel has just open for business in the early of September 2010. Here we take a chance and do some sneak preview.
The origin building of this hotel was previously known as M2 – Miri Square. However the shopping mall did not survive for over 5 years and has been vacant for a while. The location was great, its at the heart of Pelita Commercial Center, where you could easily access to Food, Fun and Entertainment.
The new Imperial Palace would definitely attract a lot of crowd. I forget to check out their room rate, but according to the public, as told, its about RM110++ only. For the facilities provided, location and environment, I bet this could be the most affordable hotel in Miri City.
Brunei people would love this hotel as they provide basement parking!
I was glancing through the window, and one of the waiter invited me to go inside the restaurant and take photo instead of looking from outside. Oh, I feel great, they actually welcoming the public to take a look at their newly open hotel.
The kitchen is an open concept sealed with the glass. By this, they will assure that their kitchen is always hygiene as they are being WATCH!
The staff were well trained, probably they were transferred over from the sister hotel.
I was told there were no buffet meals at the moment, meaning that this could not be our next Buffet Gathering venue. Haha!
Somehow I love the environment very much.
Now, lets go to Level 3.
Ok. On the lift, you can only open access up to the 3rd floor. 4th and 5th you need to have an access card.
Take a look at the map. There’s roughly around 70 rooms per floor. But some of the rooms were in the middle so I bet that would be cheaper?
The view from 3rd Floor. Grand palace hotel and Servay Hypermart is just a few steps away!
Now lets take a look at the room.
The designs were simple. Come with a big TV but its a HUGE one not a FLAT type.
The room that I went into was the intermediate type. Where there’s no outdoor view but building views. Haha, if the room on the next row did not close their window, you could see them through! Ahak!!!
Toilet are spacious, come with bath tub. No transparent door. :p I didn’t try the water pressure, but I guess it should be fine?
This is the conference room. I don’t like the carpet, it looks old. They should have apply new concept, this is exactly the same as in Imperial.
I’ve been searching for the Mini Swimming Pool.
All the sign were not ready yet, in fact, I couldn’t find the sign of Swimming Pool!
We’ve been asking the Janitors, and they told me its on “tingkat 2″.. and still we don’t get it. Then when ask the second floor’s Janitor, and they say oh, its on “tingkat bawah”. Means that its on 1st floor. On the lift, pls press 1.
I don’t really like the mini pool. A little too creepy to walk through all the engineering rooms. Luckily its an out door pool, small enough to fit 2 -5 person to swim at one time. Unless you are like me, stay still in the water and don’t know how to swim !
Seems like I’ve covered 50% of the hotel. Looking forward for some feedback over it.