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Reviewed April 16, 2012

I chose this hotel as I wanted to stay between the airport and teluk datai, which was destination of my next stay. Avoid this place if you want to be near to Kuah town or happening beach like Cenang Beach.
The surroundings – the hotel is located in the Oriental Village which more or less like a mini theme park/ petting zoo. Here is also located the famous and must-go Cable Car ride to hilltop. The Oriental village has a few duty free shops, which retails cheaper than market priced chocolate products, cigarettes and liquors (great !). This is a fun place esp for family with children. A breeze walk around the oriental village will take you 30mins, that is if you don’t make any stops. If you drive further from Geopark, you will get to the ‘Seven Wells’ waterfall, be ready to climb about 600 steps up to the slippery wells.
Getting to the hotel – was not a problem as one needs to drive pass Pantai Kok (Kok Beach), Burau Bay which house the Mutiara Burau Hotel and Berjaya Resort before reaching Geopark. Due to Oriental Village being a tourist attraction, finding your way from the airport or Kuah town will be easy as there are road signs along the way, just lookout for ‘Pantai Kok or Cable Car or Oriental Village’. Pls note that the entrance is located after the parking space for buses. You won’t miss the huge signage “Geopark Hotel and Dormitory”. Once inside the compound, you need to drive across a small white bridge to get to the hotel. Not many parking spaces available.
The hotel – Checking-in was a breeze. The hotel has only 3 levels. The lobby seems clean and has a rack filled with tourist info. I need to walk out to collect my welcome drink (2 coffee) at the coffee house located next to the lobby. Pls note that the coffee house and a convenience store will close around 10pm. One might not be able to buy anything after this hour as the entire Oriental Village close earlier.
The room – Basic room with queen size bed, coffee making facilities. Room is clean but furniture are tired. The bed was squeeky and certainly needs change. Bathroom was decent with stand shower. Pillow smells. Iron facilities is available along the corridor on public sharing basis. The room’s door knob was pretty loose and the second level of security is a latch, certainly needs to be replaced too.
F&B – Since there are duty free shops within 5 mins walk, simply stock up the mini fridge (in room) with beers/ liquor and drink away. Breakfast was included in my room rate, hence a simple buffet at the coffee house, it serves toast, scrambled eggs, sausage, fried rice and coffee/tea, the food is decent considering the price paid. If that is not enough, you can buy a pack of nasi lemak for RM1.50. One can walk around the Oriental Village which has few cafes or even a Japanese fine dine restaurant owned by Berjaya Group. But I will recommend to try the food court which houses 3-4 Malay operators, they serve local and simple western food at affordable price. Give the coconut a miss, I find it very bland like water added into it.
Coincidently during my stay, the tremors resulting from the 8.6 magnitude earthquake off-Sumatera were felt in my room. The tremors lasted for a good 1 minute with the bed shaking and windows rattling. Having not accustomed to tremors or earthquake, I took a while to realize what was actually happening before I evacuated from the room/building. By the time I reached the ground floor, the hotel staffs were outside the building. Hence, I don’t think the hotel has appropriate alarm/alert procedure in place.
For the price and uniqueness of the hotel, I wont mind give it a 4 star. However in view of the shortcomings of the room conditions and hotel’s safety standards….Geopark gets a 3* from me. Given the diverse choice of lodging in Langkawi, chances of returning here is slim.

Room Tip: Ask for room view of the cable car if you want to see the crowd at the theme park. Avoid it if you want a peaceful room.
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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7  Thank singchi
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Reviewed March 15, 2012

My Fiance and I arrived a day late, but with how cheap the room is (for what you get) it was perfect. The hotel offers a breakfast, but its not great. The hotel was clean and in the middle of a cute little village that had shopping, duty free and restaurants.
The staff were friendly and the wireless signal was strong.

If I go back to Langkawi, I will surely stay at Geopark again!

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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Thank traynorbrad
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Reviewed March 15, 2012

The rooms are very basic and not well kept yet cheap so you get what you pay for. The included breakfast is poor in standards so maybe best to aviod it.


The location is close to some cool attractions such as the waterfall, cable car and segways and a taxi is cheap to the other areas of the island.

Room Tip: if you need single beds then make sure you conact them ahead to insure this as this wasn't the case for me and some friends..
  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with friends
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1  Thank wallerthegreat
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Reviewed February 29, 2012

Well placed as a stop over hotel- close to airport and harbour for boats to Thailand. Hotel located within the cable car complex but now tired and breakfast very basic so don't expect too much.
Complimentary shuttle bus to local beachside hotel meant good value for money. Staff very cheerful and helpful.

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank smokestone44
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Reviewed January 14, 2012

Nice one-stop place to stay for cable-car ride, shopping and nature.

Room Tip: Get room 210. It gives you a good look at the cable cars moving from the bottom to the top and vice versa; the mountain green; deers feeding; and elephant ride. It is spacious and clean. You can also open the door to the staircase situated next to the room and have a better view of the mountain green and the man-made lake. Serene...
  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled with family
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1  Thank DzulDeBangi
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