Within Sutera Harbor Resort are The Pacific Sutera Hotel, The Magellan Sutera Resort, Sutera Harbor Marina and Golf & Country Club.
Magellan Sutera Resort, where we stayed this time, is a large resort hotel located in Sutera Harbor Resort. The hotel has several large swimming pools, and is conveniently located within walking distance of the harbor where boats leave for the nearby islands, and a 10-minute walk to the downtown area.
The lobby is a grand longhouse-style that pays homage to the Rungus, the indigenous people of Sabah. It is beautifully furnished with wood and traditional handicrafts.
Deluxe Seaview Room
The room I stayed in was elegant and very luxurious and relaxing. The bed was very comfortable with a large cushion, two feather pillows, and a smaller cushion.
From the balcony, you can enjoy amazing view of South China Sea.
Coffee, two bottles of mineral water, and tea are available.
The room had an interesting design with a separate shower and bathtub, with the bathtub separated from the bedroom by a wooden window.
A toothbrush, shower cap and body cream are provided.
Spectacular view of the South China Sea from the beach
The pool area and gardens are so beautifully landscaped that the Magellan Sutera Resort is perfect for strolling.
Adjacent to the hotel, the Sutera Harbor Marina offers a movie theater, yoga, karaoke, bowling, billiards, badminton, and a gym.
The water in the harbor was clear and full of sea urchins.
Breakfast is served at a restaurant called Five Sails, right in front of the pool. Although the menu is small, there is a wide variety of Malay, Indian, Chinese, and Continental dishes.
|Value for Money||8.5/10|