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The Grand Kampar Hotel


logo grand kampar hotelThe Grand Kampar Hotel is a reasonable new hotel built in the new area of Kampar Town. The old town turns out to be a nice little local town on the edge of the Cameron Highlands jungles in the Kinta Valley.  More about the town you can read here (and trust me, it worth to read and then visit!!)

I have been several times to the Gua Tempurung caves and I have visited the town (old and new) several times too.

My friend Miss Rosmah was surprised "Kampar is really nice, it's great you know it but have you been to the Grand Kampar Hotel?", she asked me. Why don't you come over and see for yourself?".  So I had a good "excuse" to go.  Visit a friend and at the same time check the hotel where Miss Rosmah works.  As if I needed an excuse!

The Grand Kampar Hotel in the new part of Kampar town

The Hotel is not "just another" hotel.  The hotel is a stylish building you can see from afar from both north and south side.

It's built in the new part of Kampar.  Especially at night it has a cozy atmosphere with small restaurants offering different food, from Thai (recommended here) to Chinese and Malay. 

You can chill out in the cool evening breeze watching your favorite football game or simply relax and look back on your day spent in Kampar.

Rooms

The hotel has 155 rooms available for a surprisingly low price. There are 4 different types:

  • Standard Deluxe
  • Executive Deluxe
  • Family Suite
  • Executive Suite

My standard room in the Grand Kampar Hotel
My standard room in the Grand Kampar Hotel

All rooms, yes, I have seen them all, are great. I stayed in the Standard Room.  It was very spacious, with very comfortable bed, power hot/cold shower, fridge, coffee and tea making facilities. Of course, like all the other good hotels that I had stayed before, the room had the air-conditioning, cable TV with in-house movies, IDD telephone, hair dryer (though I don't even have hair!) and an electronic key for the lock.

Family suiteI could have brought my laptop because there is wireless internet connection covering the whole area. A great service.

I am a curious person so I asked Miss Rosmah to show me the other types of rooms. The family suite with 1 double and 2 single beds looked very nice and comfortable:

But if you come for business and you need a hotel room with a work space, you will be well served too, the executive suite has a bedroom and a living room.

Room rates for individual travelers

Here are the prices for the different rooms. The rates quoted are per room per night and they include daily breakfast for two persons.
Room Categories

Published
 Rates

Special Offer
Rates (Individual)

Special Offer
Rates(Group)
Standard Deluxe RM380.00++ RM155.00 NETT RM140.00 NETT
Executive Deluxe RM450.00++ RM195.00 NETT RM170.00 NETT
Family Suite RM700.00 RM250.00 NETT RM220.00 NETT
Executive Suite RM880.00++ RM350.00 NETT RM305.00 NETT

Terms & Conditions

  • ++ indicates 10% service charge and 5% government charge
  • The offer is only valid for bookings made through this web site

All payment for the rooms has to be paid in full in advance

  • group rates apply to a group of 20 paying guests or more
  • Surcharge of RM60.00 nett/room/night applies for peak season including the Chinese New Year, Qing Ming and Hari Raya.

Surcharge of RM25.00 nett/room/night applies during weekends, School holidays, Malaysian and Singaporean public holidays and the eve of Public Holidays.

I could not show you all the rooms on this page. Click here to have a better and more extensive view on the hotel rooms

Facilities

The Grand Kampar Hotel has a variety of facilities indoor and outside. For guests, the roof of the hotel has a nice little swimming pool with great views to the east of the hills and to the west a view over the new town and the old tin mine areas which nowadays are converted into fishing ponds.

Swimming pool on the roof of Grand Kampar HotelAt the ground floor you will find the reception, the Grand Kampar Cafe, where you will have your breakfast.

Breakfast, Miss Rosmah told me was a simple fare. Well... it was a standard buffet with Malaysian and continental breakfast. Standard was rice, fried rice, fried noodles, vegetables, chicken and ... and ... too much to mention.

I have to mention the nasi lemak which has very good chicken and excellent sambal. Of course coffee, tea, and fruit juices are available too.

Fried eggs and toast were made on the spot. You can't get them fresher than that.

Actually, lunch is also served in the cafe. Rice, noodles, vegetables, chicken and noodle soup.  In short, a very good variety.  It was hard not to eat too much!

There is also a Chinese restaurant which mainly serves dinner.

At the ground floor also, you will find the safe deposit box for use for the guests.

At the Mezzanine Floor there is a business center with the Internet.  For entertainment, they have the Alluvial Music Lounge. The Palong Function room is also located here.

On the 1st Floor you will find the Timah Function Room while at the lower roof you will find the Treasure cafe, with a treasure garden and great views over the surroundings.

There's also small gymnasium so that you do not miss daily your fitness regime. Next door is the Pewter Room while on the upper roof you will find the swimming pool.  Refreshments and showers are also available at the roof top.

Grand Kampar Hotel

Special Packages

No time to organize it all by yourself? Let us help you. The Grand Kampar Hotel has two types of packages, business and leisure

For business purposes the Grand Kampar Hotel has some very valuable packages available.

  • Full Day Meeting Package
  • Half Day Meeting Package
  • Residential Meeting Package 2 Days/1 Night

Searching for a Leadership and Motivational Teambuilding Package for your organization? The Grand Kampar Hotel has 2 days/1 night package available.

For the tea breaks during your meetings, at an additional price, you may select from a range of delicious cake, pies and snacks from the cafe also.

Cakes and other sweets are offered in the Grand Kampar Cafe
Cakes and other sweets are offered in the Grand Kampar Cafe

Leisure packages

For those who seek adventures, Gua Tempurung caves and the white water rafting package are great deals.  Check out this deal below:

Additional to these packages, the Grand Kampar Hotel is also able to help you find a reliable guide for the Gua Tempurung Caves, a fishing trip to the former tin mines or even a trip to Kellies Castle.

Getting There and Away

For directions to go to Kampar, please read more on our general Kampar page. The Grand Kampar Hotel is quite easy to be found. If you come from the direction of Ipoh, you will see from far the hotel on your right hand. Just before you enter the old town, there's a huge board with directions. For your convenience we have a map available which is easy in use and shows exactly where to go. Click here for the Kampar and the Grand Kampar Hotel map.

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See also our additional Grand Kampar Hotel photo page

and see also our Kampar town page

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