Resort Case Study

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TITLE Soak Up Glorious Views And Sleep In Comfort At Celyn Resort Kinabalu LEAD PARAGRAPH Celyn Resort Kinabalu is just a short distance from the famous Poring Hot Springs in the Malaysian state of Sabah. It is also close to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kinabalu Park. The nearest town is Ranau. A great base for exploring some of Sabah’s spectacular natural delights, the property also offers incredible views of the surrounding areas and very comfortable rooms for a great night’s sleep. Wake up feeling refreshed and raring to go! Here’s why you should choose Celyn Resort Kinabalu: PARAGRAPHS Choice of beautiful rooms and suites spread between small low-rise blocks Celyn Resort Kinabalu offers several room types to suit different…show more content…
The promotional price is 248 MRY (approximately 57 USD) per night, and there are 20 rooms in this section of the resort. The only difference between rooms in the Valley Wing and Kinabalu Wing (apart from the price) is the direction that they face. The Valley Wing, as the same implies, overlooks the stunning valley, whilst the Kinabalu Wing provides incredible views of the soaring Mount Kinabalu and the Crocker Range. Six Jungle Mountain rooms are available for three people, with one queen-sized bed and a single bed. These rooms cost 358 MRY (approximately 82.50 USD) per night with the promotion. The resort also has two Jungle Junior rooms, with a queen or twin beds, and two Family rooms, suitable for up to three people sleeping in one queen-sized bed and one single bed. The difference between the Jungle Mountain rooms and the Family rooms is that a Jungle Mountain room has a balcony and a Family room has no balcony but has a separate living room. A small selection of suites and villas are available at Celyn Resort Kinabalu, with nightly prices ranging between 398 MRY (approximately 92 USD) and 688 MRY (approximately 158.50 USD) (promotional…show more content…
The food is average; not awful, but definitely nothing to write home about. Alcoholic drinks cannot be consumed in the large dining room, although you can drink on the terrace if you like. There is also a separate bar area. The resort’s fairly isolated location means that there are no real alternatives for meals unless you have your own transportation. You could, however, eat dinner before returning in the evening and wait until you are out and about in the morning to eat

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