Lone Pine Hotel


  • Colonial charm
  • Beachfront location
  • Great dining options


  • It's often busy with large weddings
  • Lower-floor rooms lack views
  • Surrounding location is a bit dull

Published 07/12/2016

Fodor's Review

While Lone Pine was one of the first hotels to pop up along Batu Ferringhi (Foreigner's Rock) in 1948, it was a recent refurbishment that made it a top pick along this famous beach. The restored grounds offer a distinct colonial charm; white wooden shutters go well with the ocean-inspired contemporary artwork. The 90 rooms offer a mixture of seafront terraces, balconies, and private courtyards. In addition to dining by the pool at the Bungalow, where the buffet breakfast is served, you can enjoy a meal at Mastu restaurant, which offers a Japanese twist on fresh seafood and can even provide picnic bento boxes to take to the beach. A free shuttle bus runs five times daily between the hotel and Georgetown.

Hotel Information


97 Batu Ferringhi, , Penang, Malaysia

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Hotel Details:

  • 90 rooms
  • Rate includes: Breakfast

Published 07/12/2016


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