The interesting history of the Lone Pine dates back to 1948 when a single bungalow was bought a group of Chinese entrepreneurs with the intention of operating a family-run hotel on Batu Ferringhi beach. On the land where the bungalow stood, was then a lone Casuarina tree, which was mistakenly thought to be a pine tree, hence the hotel's name 'Lone Pine. Much of the old world charm of the original hotel has been retained.

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Penang – Luxury Collection

Eastern & Oriental Hotel$$$$

The hotel features suites that all boast wooden flooring and elegant colonial furnishings as well as sea or city views and round-the-clock butler service. Every spacious suite is charmingly furnished complete with essential amenities in the spacious bathroom, Persian carpets by the bedside and bedcovers made from the finest Egyptian cotton. There is also WiFi access available should you require.

There is a good great selection of restaurants and bars within the hotel, including the no...


Other Penang Hotels

Seven Terraces$$$

Located in a row of pre-war shop houses Seven Terraces is a tribute to the past. Period details have been fitted throughout and hotel owner Christopher Ong has drawn on his own Peranakan roots to evoke Penang’s history in every nook and cranny. Like the rest of the hotel, the rooms are decorated with ornate antique furniture and rich textiles. Highlights include the beautiful aged wooden floorboards and carved four poster beds. Most suites are duplexes for couples with a separate lounge, be...

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Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion$$$

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