2KM, Jalan Miri-Pujut, Pelita Commercial Centre, 98008 Miri, Sarawak, Malaysia
Located in heart of Miri town, the Grand Palace Hotel Miri offers easy access to everything that Miri has to offer--be it shopping, dining, nightlife or sightseeing--being strategically located to local attractions, such as the Tua Pek Kong Temple, National Parks & Wildlife Office and the Miri Airport just minutes’ drive away. A great venue for both business and leisure travelers, the Grand Palace Hotel is offers excellent services, including free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, facilities for disabled guests, luggage storage, Wi-Fi in public areas. Equipped with 125 tastefully-designed guestrooms, guests can also enjoy recreational facilities such as the hot tub, fitness center, sauna, outdoor pool and a relaxing spa.
The 125 elegantly decorated rooms and suites are further enhanced with exclusive amenities designed for both local and foreign travellers on business or leisure. With commitment to service excellence, we assure you that your stay will be a pleasant and memorable one.
The Standard Rooms are equipped with modern amenities, such as safety deposit boxes, bedside control console, IDD telephone with bathroom extension, a mini bar, coffee & tea making facilities, complimentary 2 bottles water, LCD television with 13 ASTRO programmes and piped Music.
The Deluxe Rooms are equipped with modern amenities, such as safety deposit boxes, bedside control console, IDD telephone with bathroom extension, a mini bar, coffee & tea making facilities, complimentary 2 bottles water, LCD television with 13 ASTRO programmes and piped Music.
The suites (Corner Suite, Junior Suite & King Suite) are equipped with modern amenities, such as safety deposit boxes, bedside control console, IDD telephone with bathroom extension, a mini bar, coffee & tea making facilities, complimentary 2 bottles water, LCD television with 13 ASTRO programmes and piped Music.
Room Security, Services & Facilities
Only twenty minutes drive from the airport, the Grand Palace Hotel is an elegantly business class 4-star hotel located 2kms away from the city and in-the heart of Pelita Commercial Centre. Surrounding the hotel is an abundantly supply of dining outlets, cafes, bistro, bookstores & banks. Known to be the lifestyles of Miri and it is home to tow of the most popular shopping centers.
Banquets & Conventions
Banqueting and catering services are available for private and corporate functions, wedding, birthday dinners, conferences and for all other functions.
The palace ballroom caters for banquets up to maximum 420 persons and for meeting and seminars up to 100 persons. However, our 3 other smaller function rooms can accommodate up to 70 persons and 40 persons for meetings and seminars
Western Palace Restaurant
Set in scintillating ambience, the Western Palace Restaurant is simply cosy and intimate with wooden touches and serene décor complemented with soothing music. It is well acknowledge by the cosmopolitan community of miri as serving the “ best steaks in the city”. The restaurant serves a wide variety of continental and oriental cuisine.
Han Palace Restaurant
The Han Palace Restaurant is well appointed and serves authentic Cantonese Cuisine for both lunch & dinner.
Dim Sum – “ Yum Cha ”
The Chinese call the little delicacies served as snacks during tea time “ dim sum”, which translates into “ touching your heart ”. At Han Palace Restaurant, that is indeed what our appetising dishes do. Our fried and steamed dumplings contain a wide array of fillings. Bond with family and friends over balsamic delicacies of the orient and it will surely appeal your senses for their fragrance and taste.
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Broadway Lounge Daily Operational Hour
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