SANDAKAN: SWISS-INN Waterfront Sandakan is strategically situated at the Sandakan Harbour Square, a prime waterfront landmark with an eclectic mix of side walk cafes, al fresco dining, quaint shops and a central market where local fresh produce, seafood and souvenirs are found in abundance.
The town's historical and architectural sights are within walking distance, while eco-tourism attractions beckon the adventurous traveller.
Boasting panoramic vistas of the Sulu Sea, the 138 guest rooms and suites are designed in vibrant hues, outfitted with modern amenities and accentuated with contemporary details ranging from LCD televisions to rainforest showers for the ultimate in comfort.
A host of innovative dining options and facilities await discerning travelers.
The banquet and convention facilities are perfect for corporate functions and weddings. Newlyweds can hold their wedding receptions with fairytale themes on the roof top of the signature building. A venue is also available for private functions or get-togethers with family and friends.
The Sails Cafe, inspired by a marine theme, is located on the seaside waterfront overlooking the alluring Sulu Sea and surrounding islands.
The alfresco dining concept is accentuated by rosewood furnishings and offers diners a selection of fine seafood amidst a casual and relaxing ambience.
To complement the evening, indulge in a range of signature cocktails at the bar as the sun sets over the horizon.
The Swiss-Deli is the perfect venue for a cosy dining environment and specialises in Western cuisine. Enjoy a cup of coffee complemented with sumptuous pastries in the magnificent ambience.
Swiss-Garden International is adding four more properties to its current portfolio, namely the Swiss-Garden Hotel Melaka, Swiss-Garden Hotel & Residences Cameron Highlands, D'Majestic serviced apart ment in Jalan Pudu, Kuala Lumpur, and a serviced apartment in Kuantan, adding the total number of hotels and serviced apartment to 14.
Once completed within the next three years, the group's room inventory is expected to increase by approximately 50 per cent.