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One Night Stay At Hatten Hotel, Melaka

MY SECOND STAY IN HATTEN HOTEL... the very first time was in February, just a few days after Chinese New Year.  I remember during that time, I was still using the walking stick to help me move around.  Due to the inconvenience, I did not walk around the vicinity of the hotel.  Now few months later, I went exploring around the hotel, from the ground floor to the shopping level above and from there, we walked further and further away till we reached some tourist spots.

Coming back to my topic on Hatten Hotel, it is really convenient for tourists like us to stay here.  I made a booking through the online website, the rates were lower than those who walk in.  Oh, before we came, we made plans to visit the swimming pool area but due to our "busyness", we did not make it to the pool.  We have to wait for another opportunity to do so....

At the lobby, this time round it was not super peak season as the previous stay.... 
A vast and impressive lobby... 
At the concierge area while waiting for our friends to arrive... 
At the entrance overlooking Mahkota Parade opposite... 
I like their rooms... Divided by a glass partition with two separate televisions on each side... 
Oh, this time our room has a different view...
Just directly opposite is another room facing us...
We were quite "visible" to each other if the blinds are not pulled... 
Get what I mean? hehehee..
Regardless of that, we were so tired for the day that 
once we hit the pillows, we hope that our ZZZzzzz did not "fly" over to the other side...
hehehehehe..

Comments

  1. Nice hotel. I prefer rooms overlooking beautiful scenery.

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    1. Me too... so better pull the blinds on this side of the hotel..

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  2. I remember many years when I visited Bangkok, our hotel room window also faced another opposite room which we don't like

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  3. What a nice hotel! Fortunately, the bathroom was not partitioned off with a glass panel. We once stayed in such a hotel in Sekinchan...hahahah!

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    1. The bathroom is in another section.. the room was quite big actually..

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  4. See that the opposite rooms are very near...

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  5. I remember that part where you were here in February as I was there too but did not bump into you. Huhuhuhu...

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    1. hahaha..Yeah, now I remember! this time you were not there, were you?

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  6. This is very fancy and beautiful!! LOVE those unique ceiling lights!!

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  7. Impressive hotel with spacious room. Rooms with windows is better than no window.

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