About Treasures Hotel and Suites
Treasures Hotel and Suites is a family-run Siheyuan (Chinese central-courtyard) style boutique hotel in the heart of Malacca City, Malaysia. A seamless fusion of raw industrial, Balinese and heritage design elements give the hotel its unique character.
Built with large rooms, bathrooms, and beds, the hotel is great for couples, friends, and families of any size. Treasures Hotel and Suites is just a stone’s throw away from UNESCO World Heritage sites: The Stadthuys and Jonker Street, and is surrounded by excellent restaurants.
To deliver quality service to you, we have four core focuses:
- Quality Service and Guest Experience
- Your Tribe/Family and Kinship
- Quality Design and Sustainability
The building was built in the 1930s with a major refurbishment and extension in 2017.
We (the family which runs Treasures Hotel and Suites) knew that we wanted something which called to memory our past, but yet co-existed with modern elements–much like our own large family which is currently in its 4th Generation since our venerable patriarch step foot on the then port city-state of Malacca about a century ago.
That desire now reflects prominently in the interior design of the hotel, which brings together heritage motifs, sleek and textured concrete, and tropical greenery into a seamless work of art in the form of a living space.
‘Renewal’ as a theme also plays a big part in the hotel. We have used pieces high-quality wood of the original shophouse (old buildings characteristic of Malaysian cities, in which there is a shop lot for commerce on the ground level and a home on the upper) to create furnishing and artwork at Treasures Hotel and Suites. An example of such a recycled-wood furniture is showed in the form of the table above.
Memorable for all the right reasons
musashi777, Adelaide, Australia
03 January 2019
Upon recommendation of another very satisfied patron, we booked 2 nights at Treasures for our Malacca visit... Immediate first impressions count: easy drop-off area in front of the hotel on a less busy street, a cool, welcoming, character-filled reception area with friendly & helpful staff, a beautiful relaxing ambience and refreshing complimentary drinks. Our very spacious suite overlooking the central courtyard was wonderful - the room and bathroom were very new, contemporary, clean, well-appointed and the King sized bed was super comfortable. We felt very secure moving about the premises and the rooftop pool & other facilities were great. Another highlight was the buffet breakfast (with some organic fruit from the owner’s own plantation) every morning in the lovely, airy central courtyard area which fueled us up very well for a day of activity in Malacca... We highly recommend staying at Treasures for a truly memorable visit to Malacca or even for a special occasion staycation and feel it’s excellent value for everything it provides. We will definitely stay here the next time we are in Malacca.
“The hotel’s location is really good as it was walking…”
Minerva2387, Singapore, Singapore
08 January 2018
The hotel's location is really good as it was walking distance to practically everywhere we wanted to go. From the historical sites, the river front, the food streets to the popular restaurants. We love the small beautiful garden with water feature. The Peranakan style breakfast was so delicious and stylishly set up alfresco. The evening dip in the rooftop pool before dinner which offered a view of the skyline. Definitely recommend.
“Different decor with a relaxed open feel.”
Deborah, United Kingdom
11 December 2018
We liked this quirky hotel and its decoration. How nice to step into an open feel hotel with such a relaxed feel and quirky furniture. All the staff was so helpful and welcoming, even chasing our taxi which had missed parking directly outside the hotel during a heavy rain shower. All this was done with politeness and humour. The breakfast was a Malaysian curry choice which we really enjoyed. A lovely long swimming pool on the top floor of the hotel was open until late in the evening. I swam and looked at the moon.