Four Points by Sheraton

Four Points by Sheraton Langkawi Resort

  • Kuala Muda,
  • Mukim Padang Matsirat, Kedah
  • Langkawi,
  • 07100
  • Malaysia
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Rooms & Rates


Children per Room

This information enables us to identify the rooms that will best accommodate your party and to prepare for your arrival.

See room terms and details for information about rollaway and/or extra person charges.

Note: At this hotel guests 12 and under are considered children. Please adjust the number of adults and children as needed.
Please see room terms and details for information about rollaway and/or extra person charges.

Family Plan Policy

Children who are 12 or younger sleep for free in the existing bedding of a room shared with a paying adult. Rollaways, child rollaways and cribs may incur extra charges. Children ages three and under dine free when accompanied by an adult (buffet breakfast and buffet dinner only). Children between the ages of 4 and 12 receive a 50% discount off adult meal rates.

Age Requirement Policy

Guests must be 18 years or older with photo identification to reserve a room. Minors must check-in with a guardian.

Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 57 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by terrible hotel I spent in this hotel five horrible days. The staff, including the manager,he's local, poor understanding of English. Restaurant offer disgusting food, like a cheap diner, they have only just five dishes to choose from. The menu doesn't change and is always the same five dishes.The hotel location is terrible, there is no place to go at all! Sea is not possible for swim, because of the mud and slime at the shore! The most of hotel staff absolutely helpless. In general, I strongly don't recommend this hotel, if you don't want to spoil your vacation. And the guys from SPG,must think about change the manager of this hotel! April 14, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by There's definitely room for improvement; but better than expected On the whole, this is a really nice hotel. Our room was nice and big, well-lit with big windows, clean and comfortable, though the decoration was a tad spartan. Kenny, from the Front Desk, was warm and very helpful, though many of the other Front Desk staff could use a lot more training. Fadzil, from Concierge, was knowledgeable and helpful in his recommendations. The food in the only restaurant, The Eatery, was better than decent. The Nasi Goreng, was perhaps one of the best I have tasted in any Starwood hotel in Malaysia, and prompted me to give a Platinum Thank You card to the chef who made it. The hotel is rather isolated in its location, but it is close to most of Langkawi's attractions, which are a short taxi ride away, in the north-east of the island. We really enjoyed both our stays at the Four Points this June. July 1, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Food & Beverage needs improvement I was not satisfied with the breakfast spread. It needs more variety. I could see quite a few indians during my stay. Hence, in my opinion, breakfast should have items that are suitable for indian pallete too. Example- I could see congee on buffet even though i did not notice any chinese guests in the restuarant during my stay. Fries (which came along with the club sandwich) that was ordered in room, were cold. Room stay was extremely comfortable. Staff was very responsive. The front office lady that took our check-in was very kind to offer an early check-in considering our long flight journey. November 24, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Disaster Hotel to stay. Did not recognized SPG Plat member well. Food is terrible. Restaurant full of flies. No room service at night. Have to wait long time for services.Staff are not well trained including the higher management. Problem solving at ZERO level. It was a total disaster hotel to stay with. January 13, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Below par, not recommended Recently stayed here for two nights. Being a 4 points hotel, all I expected was basic amenities, clean rooms and friendly staff. The biggest disappointment was that the rooms, especially the bathrooms were not clean at all. (despite the property being just one month old when we stayed). This seemed to be a common theme since I noticed at least 2 other guests complaining the same. they were hopelessly understaffed and staff were inexperienced and one had to walk to reception even to ask for water because they were so busy (literally) that they could not pick up calls. January 4, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worst service ever, unclean rooms, terribly uncomfortable This is by far the worst starwood branded property I've ever come across. Corridor was sandy with no housekeeping staff in sight in the afternoon. Room was dull and drab. Opening the door was a disappointment. Housekeeping left an old dirty folded cardboard card in the "insert for power" slot. Bedsheet and linen were still stained/soiled after they (seem to) have been washed. Fine grains of sand could still be felt in the bed, on the floor, on the chair, etc. Groundwater with poor filtration and horrible plumbing produces murky / brownish water the first time you turn on any faucet - unable to tell if it's rust or soil. Running the water a few minutes results in clearer water that is bearable for showering. Some towels smell old. Insects everywhere, flying crawling and inhabiting the room with guests. Wear & Tear on woodwork and cupboards etc. All the above was still bearable and survivable although not fit for a hotel (at least there was still air conditioning). However, the next morning was the worst hotel service I've ever experienced. I've got late checkout privileges at 4pm and decided I'll need to take 4 showers that day before I check out. I've used the sets of towels the day before and they had a smell so I called for extra towels but the manager (Sunny) said no. When I said I needed them he told me he could not give me more because then my room would have more towels than allowed. I then told him he could take back the old dirty towels and replace them with clean ones so that his "towel limit" (really the first time I've heard of such a thing) would not be breached - to which he called me unreasonable and raised his voice at me, shouting and quarreling (I tried to explain the mathematics behind the exchange but he can't seem to see that exchanging towels for towels results in the same number) He also wants to know why I need so many towels - to which I felt no reason why I had to report my day's plans and activities to him but reminded him of my late checkout. This cut no ice with him and I decided to forgo my shower, pack up, and leave - early in the morning, forgoing my late checkout privilege and just getting the h... away from this place. At the check out, he continued to insist he is right and I am unreasonable and that I should have just explained to him what I'm going to use the towels for (should I write out my day's timetable for this guy?). This property should be ordered to closed and demolished so nobody else has to suffer through the extremely poor (a word which doesn't even begin to describe the horrors, for lack of a better word) experience. If I had stayed on for another 5 minutes, I would probably have been punched in the face over a bunch of towels that the manager could not even count properly. NEVER EVER STAY HERE. It's like a stay in h.... February 6, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTING Three of my friends and myself were here in Langkawi to celebrate a friends 40th bday. We were totally disappointed with the staff, the dining, the rooms and overall hotel in general. We had our room changed 3 times, the cleanliness of the room was average. The hotel in general lacked ambiance and staff at reception were absolutely unhelpful, would never recommend this hotel. February 25, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by This Hotel is not in my expections Before going to the room, the corridor make me affair. They are no renovation. When u are entrance to the room, the room was smelly and feeling like moist. The room is so big, but the facility is not complete. Only bath tower serve to customer, somemore the bed and pillow also not clean. Location is ok, near airport and take 10 minutes drive to Cenang Beach. November 21, 2014
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