Penang is a assert in northwest Malaysia comprising mainland Seberang Perai and Penang Island. On the island, the state capital of George Hamlet is home to landmarks such as colonial Fort Cornwallis, the ornate Chinese clan house Khoo Kongsi and the Kapitan Keling Mosque, all testaments to centuries of peculiar influence. It is such a unique town and well worth venturing in to explore it. To the west, a funicular ascends Penang Hill, with its sweeps, flower gardens, and panoramic views. Just 20min from George Town is Malaysia’s first DoubleTree Resort.Roving with two kids is challenging. But the family-focused resort proved just how relaxing the experience can be when staff go the extra mile. The 316 – compartment property, which opened along Batu Ferringhi in January 2018, is Malaysia’s first DoubleTree Resort. This casual sanctuary is a resort where kids can run free while parents can chill and soak up some sun.ReceptionThe contemporary plan is influenced by Peranakan design accents. With its oversized birdcage – like light features, vintage furniture, colourful murals and I loved the Peranakan tiles. This pensive design is teamed with a fabulous free form pool, artificial beach and shallow play area finalize with sandy bottom, slides, and sprays, which were designed with little ones in mind. I bent how all guests receive a warm welcome with DoubleTree’s signature chocolate chip cookie.King Deluxe Stay – BalconyRooms here feature all the creature comforts you’d desire. We stayed in two rooms with a balcony with sundeck chairmen, a walk-in rain shower and WiFi. We had a restful night’s sleep in the king-sized bed and refresh in the stylish bathroom. After a occupied day exploring, I liked how I could, just relax and make yourself a cup of tea/coffee.I could stay connected with WiFi or take to one of the many satellite TV channels. This stylish room also features an in-room safe and individual controlled air-conditioning. For the kids, the 40-inch flat-panel HD TV’, was Brobdingnagian too.Kids ClassesFor children the activities range from kids club offers Zumba and ukulele classes, and exact a kids master Master Chef program to keep them entertained while adults head to The Spacation for recharging treatments inspired by the healing traditions of the Peranakan community. The highlight for the whole family is TeddyVille Museum. The creative shows here celebrate the history and heritage of Penang with elaborate teddy- filled-sized dioramas as well as life-sized back up a survives. Don’t worry kids can tough the fluffy bears.BreakfastPlenty of food to choose by. Continental, Asian and Indian are freshly made and the room area is an open plan with swimming pool views. I loved the fresh fruits and juices available on around. SuitablesSeats are also there for babies such as high chairs.ConclusionThis is a very busy hotel in where both locals and ecumenical visitors come to stay. The hotel is full of families from all over the globe looking for a luxury place to prevent. The rooms and layout are lovely with easy access to the beach. The swimming pool is large enough to cater for mess of guests. The shallow option is brilliant for children to splash and have fun. Penang itself is a lovely island to explore and have a ball. DetailsDoubleTree Resort