If you’re looking for a budget friendly hotel in Tawau Division, look no further than Hotel Emas.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a desk, and guests can go online with free internet access offered by the hotel.
Hotel Emas features a 24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Hotel Emas, parking is available.
While visiting Tawau Division, you may want to try some lobster at one of the nearby restaurants, such as Kam Ling Fresh Live Seafood.
The staff at Hotel Emas looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Renting a room under Hotel Emas Tawau: Imagine every time when you have the urge and rush to washroom to answer the nature's call (number 2), only to find out that there is NO WATER, and whatever coming out needs to be put on hold. Each and every time, each and every day, that has been my life in Tawau in the past 2 months. Empty water tank or faulty water pump, either way NO WATER. Need to shower - no water. Need to pass motion - no water. Need to cook or wash - no water Need to practise hand hygiene (wash hand) in a super red zone during pandemic - NO WATER. Have been paying >RM800 per month for rental, water, and electricity with NO INTERNET CONNECTION, for staying in a unit where rats outnumber the human.
We booked a room for single night stay its was very clean and nice. The booking includes breakfast which was tasty and good. A part from that they sell local produce of cocoa and chocolates. Quite pricey
12 of us went for lunch but after 1 hour hardly any of our food arrived and that was the choices of food and drink that WERE available out of the supposedly large menu. So we headed to the airport and found good coffee and decent food. By the way, as we were leaving we were told... the chef has just arrived. So WHO made such food as was served to us???
Location was superb with amenities, fast foods, supermarkets and historical places. Nearby with many seafood restaurants with reasonable price. Night markets selling local handicrafts for souvenirs. Borders with Sebatik Islands in Indonesia. Selling local produce of cocoa for chocolates. Tours to Cocoa Museum and Cocoa Village can be arranged.
The room is big and spacious. Iron board needs to be changed as the cover is torned. A lot of information has being provided in the room for review purposes. TV Programme are limited to few channels only, eventhough ASTRO guide has been provided, but didn't serve any purpose. Controling water temperature was a bit hard. Requested airport transfer but unable due to festive season.