Hubby preferred to stay in Awana Genting. As it was peak season, there's surcharge of RM100 per room per night on the hotel accommodation.
We checked in on 30 Dec 08. This is the double deluxe room that we stayed in. Its a very spacious room and was really suitable for us as we have 2 boys.
My deepest impression on Awana Genting Highlands Resort is its Rajawali Coffee House. My eldest sister had brought us there for afternoon tea and I really enjoyed the fresh mountain air and unobstructed view of the golf range and highlands view.
Whether you stay at Awana Genting or go up to Genting Highlands, I highly recommend to stop by Rajawali Coffee House for tea. Sit at the balcony, order their scone and pot of English tea. My 76 years old dad loved the entire experience when we brought him there for afternoon tea.
The other reason that we liked to stay at Awana Genting is its indoor swimming pools and the water was warm.
The kids had great time swimming and playing in the pool. We didn't have to worry that the kids would catch cold as the water was warm and nice.
My sister and I sat beside the pool to rest and relax, while watching over the kids. It was a total relaxation and refreshing break for us.
The 2 spidermen, Jared and Eu Herng, decided to race against each other in the pool.
Jared had the advantage of heading the race as he goes for swimming classes.
The kids also blow bubbles, after a long tired swim and play in the pool.
Thank you to Genting Highlands for the free hotel accommodation vouchers. We'll surely go back to Awana Genting Resort as it offers great stay for the adults and kids.
One more thing reserved to comment ... the staff at Awana Genting Resort are very warm and friendly.
Log on to their website http://www.awana.com.my/ to find out more information about Awana Genting Highlands Golf & Country Resort and its other resorts ie Awana Kijal and Awana Porto Malai Langkawi.