Ongoing Refurbishment for Impiana Ipoh


Centrally located in the heart of Ipoh, the four-star Impiana Hotel Ipoh offers lavish facilities set against breathtaking views of rugged limestone hills. The hotel has started its renovation and refurbishment works, which involved some of the public areas and rooms.

The new Deluxe rooms and Executive Suites have been given a complete facelift to give that exclusive and contemporary look, with all 200 spacious guestrooms equipped with individually controlled air-conditioning, direct dialling, five ASTRO channels, Internet data port, broadband services, hair dryer, in-room private safe and coffee/tea making facilities.

The Garden Terrace at the lobby level, which offers a culinary tour of the best in local and international cuisine, is the perfect venue to meet and greet. A tempting spread of daily buffet breakfast, buffet lunch and buffet dinner beckons and signature dishes: cucur udang, roti canai durian, mee rebus, nga choy kay and teh tarik are there to tempt most palates.

Another excellent place to dine is The Bistro, a newly opened F&B outlet located at the Lobby Level. The Bistro is the place to head to for tasty food and beverages in a comfortable yet subdued setting. With a fine selection of wines from all over the world, The Bistro is an excellent choice for both lunch and dinner. Lunch is served from 12.00 p.m. to 2.30 p.m., while dinner is from 6.00 p.m. to 12.00 midnight. The restaurant caters to individuals and groups of up to 50 people.

The Lobby Lounge rounds out the facilities on offer, providing the ambience and atmosphere for families and friends to socialise or get together for light refreshments. Impiana Hotel Ipoh also boasts a grand ballroom, the Crystal Ballroom, which can accommodate up to 800 guests, the site for many a lavish function.

The Impiana Hotel Ipoh is certainly a retreat within the city, a welcoming presence in Ipoh.

Tel: 605-255 5555   Fax: 605-255 1948



2 thoughts on “Ongoing Refurbishment for Impiana Ipoh

  1. Don’t blame the hotel, there isn’t enough tourists (thanks to the hardworking Perak Tourism board who are always away on tourism exhibitions around the world, but still a negligible number of tourists!) and of course the politicians who have talked the talk and not walked the walk to do anything to improve the economy of Ipoh for the last 20 years. Ipoh survives on a few factories, some illegal gambling & vice and goodwill of children working away who support their families back in Ipoh and the civil service.

    The quality of hotels is in direct relation to the number of guests it can attract. No guests, then no money for better staff and better refurbishments or better hotels.

  2. Its good to see an effort here but its really a pity Ipoh does not have a real 5 star hotel. The Impiana (ex Casurina) struggles to meet an international 4 star level.

    I could go on and on about the quality (or lack of) of this hotel, but this is not the place to do it.

    To help get Ipoh on the map, a 5 star hotel will really benefit this city.

    Just ask those international travelers after checking out of the Impiana. They say next visit I’ll stay in Penang or KL and travel up to Ipoh for a day visit.

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