On my latest visit to Tawau in early October, I was quite surprised to see many hotels have been refurbished. Most of the hotels in Tawau are located quite close together. Since Tawau town is not very big, it is easy to walk to your destination in town. There are 5 hotels located on Jalan Bunga (Flower Street), in Fajar Complex, with plenty of supermarkets, convenience stores and coffee shops nearby.
These are small hotels, some of them are boutique hotels and quite comfortable to stay in. Customer service is friendly and helpful. Prices are also very affordable.
The Shervinton is the newest hotel in Tawau, having opened on 18th September 2010. It is clean and still sparkling, and walking into the perception area offers a respite from the tropical heat. They are offering promotion rates for their rooms, starting at RM98 for a Standard room, RM108 for a Superior room, and up to RM138 for Executive Court rooms. The room rates for Executive Court rooms is only a fraction of their published rate of RM350. So if you are going to Tawau, this is the hotel to stay in.
The Shervinton Hotel in Tawau markets itself as an executive boutique hotel. It is located in Fajar complex, just opposite the Heritage Hotel. This hotel is so new, their Junior and Executive Suites are currently unavailable. I tried to visit their website, but at the time of writing, their website is still under construction.
Airport transfers – RM40 per person, one way, early reservation required.
Check-in time: 2.00pm
Check-Out time: 12.00 noon
Extra bed available – RM35 nett
Handicap service available – I did not ask what this was.
Connecting rooms are available.
While I have no affiliation with this hotel, I would appreciate it if you told them you read out about them on this website.
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