Welcome to The Heritage Hotel
The Heritage Hotel is well-positioned in the heart of Malacca City. Here at the hotel, we ensure you the comfort of home. Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Melaka Raya, The Heritage Hotel promises a relaxing and wonderful visit at this historical city.
Guest can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services included free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour security, daily housekeeping and comfortable guestrooms at affordable rate. Featuring two types of room, it’s provides facilities such as wifi, air-conditioner and TV. The Heritage also offers Chiropractic massage and cupping treatment services that rarely other hotels can offer.
Well-positioned in Melaka Raya, guests can enjoy easy access to all that the lively city has to offer. It is just nearby and walking distances to some tourist attractions such as Mahkota Parade, Dataran Pahlawan, Menara Taming Sari and Bandar Hilir Town. Take about 5 minutes driving to Masjid Selat and Wildlife Theater Malacca.
No matter what your reasons are for visiting Malacca, The Heritage Hotel will make you feel instantly at home.
Top Pick Rooms
A definite heaven for antique collectors and bargain hunters. Authentic artifacts and relics, some dating as far back as 300 years, can be found among a host of interesting collectibles, each with its own history and mystery. Jalan Hang Jebat, formerly known as Jonker Street, is known worldwide among famous antique collectors as one of the best places to hunt and bargain for antiques.
The museum is constructed after 'Flor De La Mar'. The Portuguese galleon sank in the Straits of Malacca on its way to Portugal. With her hull laden with invaluable treasures seized from Malacca, the galleon was doomed from existence had it not for the efforts to revive its symbolic significance to Malacca's heritage. At the museum, visitors can get a closer look at Malacca from the famed Malay Sultanate of the 14th century to the Portuguese era, the Dutch era and the British era. There are exhibits of foreign ships models that had once called at the port of Malacca during the height of its maritime hegemony.
This graveyard was first used during the last quarter of the 17th Century. Presently, 5 Dutch and 33 British graves are sited within its compound. This cemetery was used in two stages namely, between 1670-1682 and later between 1818-1838.
Built in 1728 by Dato Shamsuddin. It is the oldest mosque in Malaysia. Its unique architectural style is not traceable to any other in the country.