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Kuching City Centre is the commercial and cultural heart of Kuching City, the capital of Malaysia's Sarawak state. Kuching City Centre stands on the banks of the majestic Sarawak River, and thus serves as the gateway to the national parks and the jungle treks the state is known for. Peak tourist season in Kuching City Centre is from April to September, the region's dry season. However, if you want to save on hotels in Kuching City Centre, try going in early November. It's the start of the wet season, but rainfall will still be manageable and the nature reserves nearby still accessible.

What are the Top Hotels in Kuching City Centre

Citadines Uplands Kuching is an upscale serviced apartment hotel right in the centre of Kuching City Centre. It offers freebies such as Wi-Fi and shuttle service to shopping malls nearby. Grand Margherita Hotel is a lodging option that sits near the waterfront. It provides family-friendly services such as childcare and a playground. Adult guests can avail of a business centre and free Wi-Fi, along with a health club, and a restaurant that serves breakfast. Riverside Majestic Hotel is also near the waterfront and caters to families, offering childcare and free cribs. For business travellers, it has a business centre, conference facilities and free Wi-Fi.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Kuching City Centre?

You'll find most of the hotels in Kuching City Centre scattered in areas near the waterfront. The more upscale accommodations are located along or near Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, a position that puts these hotels within short walking distance from the Cat Museum, as well as many of the shopping malls in the city centres. There are also a number of hotels near the Kuching Esplanade, a charming place that's great for evening strolls and close to affordable dining options. There are also a few budget hotels near Temple Street close to the Chinese History Museum and Tua Pek Kong Temple.

What are Hotels like in Kuching City Centre?

Kuching City Centre has a healthy distribution of pension houses and guesthouses, as well as mid-range and boutique hotels. There are only a few hotels with recognisable brand names there. The pension houses and other budget accommodations offer basic but comfortable amenities. Many even offer free Wi-Fi. The higher-end hotels provide more comfortable and better furnished rooms. They also have more amenities, usually combining services for business travellers with family-friendly facilities. Such services include childcare, shuttle service, and breakfast. Among the facilities typical of these hotels are spa service, fitness centres, computer stations, and conference centres.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Kuching City Centre?

Hotels in Kuching City Centre are cheap. Pension houses and budget hotels near the waterfront and Kuching Esplanade have a price range of S$20 to S$30 nightly. The rates are even lower the farther away from the waterfront you go. There are even rooms that go for less than S$10 per night. As for the more upscale hotels, their rates won't set you back much. A boutique hotel near the waterfront, even along Jalan Tunku Abdul Rahman, costs an average of S$50 per night. These higher-end hotels offer the usual amenities you'd find in accommodations of their class.

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