ResortsThe 251-key Hilton Burau Bay Resort Langkawi is set to open in 2024, with nine more properties set to come in Hilton’s expansion across Malaysia.

It’s Malaysia boleh! with new Hilton Langkawi resort on the way

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The new resort sits on a secluded corner of Langkawi’s western coastline, featuring a 600m private beach.
The new resort sits on a secluded corner of Langkawi’s western coastline, featuring a 600m private beach. Photo Credit: 2022 Hilton

Hilton has signed an agreement with Tradewinds Corporation Berhad to expand its flagship brand in Malaysia with the Hilton Burau Bay Resort Langkawi, slated to open in 2024.

The resort marks Tradewinds Corporation Berhad’s fourth property with Hilton, following Hilton Petaling Jaya, Hilton Kuching, and the recently announced Waldorf Astoria Kuala Lumpur.

The 251-room resort will be Hilton’s second property in Langkawi, joining The Nautilus Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton scheduled to debut in 2023.

When it opens, Hilton Burau Bay Resort Langkawi will join Hilton’s portfolio of 13 existing properties across three brands, with another nine in the pipeline.

The beachfront resort will be located along Langkawi’s western coastline, offering views of the Straits of Malacca and direct access to a 600-metre-long beach. It’s also surrounded by rainforests and overlooks the Gunung Mat Cincang, Seratosa Island, and Burau Island.

Within Hilton Burau Bay Resort Langkawi, amenities include an executive lounge and five dining concepts including an all-day dining restaurant, a specialty restaurant and a pool bar. There’s also a spa, indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness centre, and basketball and tennis courts.

For corporate group looking to host business events or couples seeking destination weddings, the resort also offers an events space spanning approximately 800sqm, and a ballroom of approximately 400sqm. 

By car, travellers can reach the resort via a 15-minute drive from the Langkawi Airport or 40 minutes from the Kuah Jetty. The resort is conveniently located in close proximity to popular tourist attractions such as the Langkawi Cable Car & Sky Bridge, Pantai Cenang, and Kuah Town.

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