Where to Stay in Pantai Kok
Editor's Guide to Recommended Hotels in Pantai Kok
Accommodation options along Pantai Kok tend to occupy the luxury end of the scale. Teakwood villas, rambling resorts, gussied-up traditional hotels and super exclusive private sanctuaries with chandelier showerheads and silk sheets dominate here. Each property strives to outdo the next in the pampering stakes and the ball is in your court to decide the best of the lot. The area is close to Oriental Village, home to the Langkawi Cable Car and Sky Bridge, as well as Pantai Pasir Hitam (Black Sand Beach) but it’s quite a distance away from Kuah’s duty-free retail therapy options. Each of the luxurious retreats listed below caters to couples but families will also find this the perfect place to stay. There’s a marina as well as secluded, private beaches and lush vegetation along this stretch, making the area supremely attractive.Read More
- Grand Island Tour
- Mangrove Forest & Eagle Watching Tour
- Sunset Cocktail Cruise
- Private Half-Day Island Hopping Experience
- Half-Day Island Hopping
- Mangrove Forest & Eagle Watching
- Scenic Cruise with Lunch
- Private Cable Car & Oriental Village Visit
- Helicopter Experience Over Dayang Bunting Lake
- Half-Day Langkawi Island Tour
Sheraton Langkawi Beach Resort is sure to impress even the most avid traveller. Set on a secluded forested headland, the upmarket venture is a five-star retreat popular with young families. Boasting wooden floors and glass doors throughout the property, the brightly-lit establishment’s located towards the southeast of the other Pantai Kok resorts. Its 238 air con lodgings feature Sheraton’s signature Sweet SleeperSM Bed, private balconies, flat-screen TVs and huge en-suite bathrooms. One of our Top 10 Best Langkawi Hotels, Sheraton’s facilities include a pool, fitness centre, business centre, kids’ playground, outdoor tennis court as well as six restaurants and bars. The hotel has its own private beach located about 10 minutes away from the Oriental Village, one of Langkawi’s key sightseeing attractions. Read More...
‘Elvis has left the building’ – that’s the sentiment that most express after a relaxing stint in this opulently luxurious venture spread out over 70 acres. The four-star Berjaya Langkawi Resort is beginning to show wear and tear but that doesn’t mean its out of the game – the property’s been undergoing renovation to upgrade its lodgings and facilities. With 370 waterfront chalets and suites, the oversized establishment can certainly hold its own when it comes to competing with the island’s other major luxury collection ventures. Past the headland at the north-western end of the beach, hotel facilities include a pool, tennis court, games room, gym, eight restaurants and bars and a spa. Guests are ferried between reception and their chalets in minibuses; the hotel has its own private beach and it’s located approximately 10 minutes away from the Oriental Village. Read More...
The Danna is a stunning find in Langkawi. A luxury collection establishment, this five-star sanctuary is a blend of British colonial style and contemporary design with 125 rooms. The luxurious venture goes the whole nine yards when it comes to its lodgings – each timber-floored unit features supremely luxurious furnishings and fixtures including handcrafted woodwork, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, private balconies and complimentary internet access. Hotel facilities include a three-tiered pool, fitness centre, games room, water sports centre, an on-site spa, six restaurants and bars, a kids’ club, billiard room and library. The hotel has its own private beach a five-minute drive away from the Telaga Harbour Park, which plays host to some of the best restaurants and bars in Langkawi. Read More...