8 Unique places to stay in Malacca that cost less than RM200 per night

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1. Courtyard @ Heeren Boutique Hotel

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Wander along Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock in Melaka’s Chinatown and the sights and sounds of this city’s colourful past still play on your senses. This has been called ‘rich man’s street’ as it’s where the old Chinese and Peranakan merchants built their homes. They left their mark on the area—in its style, in the beauty of the buildings and ornamented facades, and in the atmosphere of luxury glimpsed through open doors and windows. The city’s history and tradition is the inspiration of the Courtyard @ Heeren Boutique Hotel, which offers a taste of the old world combined with the best in modern design and convenience.
The rates here starts from RM200 per night.
2. Jonker Boutique Hotel

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Jonker Boutique Hotel is located right on Jonker Walk itself. Which means that All Major tourist attractions in the core conservation area of Historical Malacca are literally at your doorstep.
Needless to say, the Hotel is surrounded also by numerous antique shops, quaint eateries, cosy bars, traditional Chinese coffee shops cum restaurants, stalls selling Malacca’s famed Chicken Rice Balls and old peranakan houses serving authentic Baba-Nyonya fares.
The rates here starts from RM219 per night
3. The Sterling Boutique Hotel


Located in the historical Heritage Malacca town on Jalan Temenggong, the hotel is a mere 5 minute walk to historical and cultural tourism attractions such as Jonker Street and The Stadhuys. The Sterling is just a stone throw away, nestled between heritage pre-war shop houses. The discrete yet commanding whitewashed building has 37 luxuriously designed rooms and two very unique food and beverage outlets.
The rates here starts from RM199 per night.
4. The Settlement Hotel

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The Settlement Hotel Melaka seeks to capture and preserve Melaka’s illustrious history, and to weave our guests through an evolution of cultures and hospitality. After two years of fervent restoration, the once tired-looking 1960’s 4-storey government building located at the fringe of the Portuguese Settlement along Jalan Ujong Pasir, World UNESCO Heritage City Melaka, has now come alive in the form of an intimate boutique hotel that showcases the unique intertwined cultures and the rich heritage of Melaka.
The rates here starts from RM197 per night.
5. Gingerflower Boutique Hotel


The Gingerflower Boutique Hotel is a small luxury boutique hotel housed in a tastefully restored Peranakan townhouse within the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Melaka. Retaining the gracious old world charm of a 19th century cultural and architectural treasure while offering contemporary luxury to ensure a comfortable stay, the Gingerflower Boutique Hotel will appeal to all guests wishing to be swept up in the cultural splendour of an elegant by-gone era, while indulging in some of the finer luxuries of contemporary living.

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The rates here starts from RM188 per night.
6. Hotel Puri

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The hotel is a carefully restored Peranakan house which once belonged to the decendants of an eminent philanthropist and rubber plantation owner, Tan Kim Seng. Extending 100 metres long, its distinct characteristics are its beautiful and intricately decorated façade and the impressive length of the house. Retaining its old charm, Hotel Puri Melaka provides modern amenities to its hotel guests.

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The rates here starts from RM140 per night.
7. The Baba House

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Housed in a historic building show casing traditional Peranakan culture, we still maintain the charm of traditional Chinese Baroque and Chinese Palladian Style Houses. Antique furniture, Chinese Victorian and Dutch design interior are elements that set The Baba House Hotel apart from other hotels. You will be transported back to the bygone era during your stay with them.

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The rates here starts from RM120 per night.
8. Heeran House

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The building that is now Heeren House has undergone many changes over the years. From being a warehouse to a typical Chinese coffee shop and family home. Restoration work turned Heeren House into a nostalgic experience offering visitors the warm hospitality of a home, combined with the comfort of a modern guesthouse.

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The rates here starts from RM139 per night.

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