Genting Highland's newest resort is for those who want to escape noisy theme parks

Genting Highland's newest resort is for those who want to escape noisy theme parks
An indoor heated infinity pool
PHOTO: Best Western Premier Genting Ion Delemen

SINGAPORE - Luxury stays and motely rentals dot the misty mountains of Genting Highlands.

But there's no stopping the newest kid on the block, Best Western Premier Ion Delemen, from wanting a slice of the hospitality pie.

The resort, managed by global hospitality brand Best Western Hotels & Resorts, opened in October this year to mostly positive reviews on TripAdvisor.

Guests said that they appreciate the serenity and exclusivity of the hotel's location. Without the raucous noises of theme parks in the vicinity, the hotel offers a quiet alternative in the mountains - perfect for couples or business travellers.

Room windows open to a clear panoramic view of Malaysia's Titiwangsa mountain range. With the resort's 246 rooms, guests can choose between deluxe and one-bedroom suites, as well as two- and three-bedroom suites for larger groups.

The resort's signature rooftop restaurant, Chopstix, features an extensive Asian Oriental menu which guests can savour while enjoying scenic views through the floor-to-ceiling windows.

Chopstix Restaurant Photo:Best Western Premier Genting Ion Delemen

Genting Highlands typically enjoys cool temperatures of between 15 to 19 degrees celsius. With that in mind, the hotel has included an indoor heated infinity pool for extra comfort.

While popular tourist attractions like the Chin Swee Cave Temple, Highlands Mushroom Walk, Gohtong Strawberry Leisure Farm and Genting Casino may be a couple of minutes' walk away, the hotel provides complimentary shuttle service for all guests.

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