The Jetty Suites in Melaka (Malacca), Malaysia are a tastefully furnished group of serviced apartments ideal for family vacation or business stays; periods long or short. Our 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments are equipped with all facilities, including our own sheltered carpark, needed to make your stay as enjoyable and comfortable as possible.
For tourists, 80% of Melaka most famous historical sites and popular attractions like A'Famosa, The Stadthuys, St Paul's Hill, Malacca River Cruise, Taming Sari Rotating Tower, Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum and Cheng Hoon Teng Temple are about an 8 - 20 minute walk away.
For medical tourists, we are strategically located near the Mahkota Medical Centre, a renown private hospital offering long-term treatment to ailment which require them. We offer discounted rates for stays over weekdays, making us very suitable for your accomodation while your loved ones receive much needed treatment.
Our central location also makes us extremely suitable to teams of business poeple in need of a short-term weekday stay in Melaka!
We're also well located for lovers of shopping, being close to two of Melaka most well established shopping complexes: Mahkota Parade and Dataran Pahlawan, which are located directly opposite. Local and international food, souvenirs, shopping and night life as well as other places of interest, are all within short walking distance of the apartments.
By car, we are only about 5 minutes drive away from the famous Jonker Walk which becomes a pedestrian night market every Friday to Sunday and also about an 8 minute drive from the Portuguese Settlement where you may sample authentic Portuguese food as well as local Portuguese culture.
The historical city of Melaka/Malacca (in Bahasa Melayu and English, respectively) holds within its walks a long, eventful history involving peoples from all over the world. From its establishment as a port in the 14th century, it has seen visitors and immigrants from all over the world on its shores--the most important being the Chinese, Indians, Portugese, Dutch and British along with the native Malays.
The landmarks erected by each culture has made Melaka what it is today: a tapestry of the old world where East meets West. For its culturally diverse architecture, the historic city has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2008 along with Georgetown, Penang.