A celebration of popular culture, this iconic hotel is located in the famous and energetic Batu Ferringhi, and possesses contemporary and chic rooms, with unprecedented views of the hills and ocean. The Hard Rock Cafe is spread over two storeys of the building and plays host to quality live entertainment every night. The enormous swimming pool is a sight to behold, featuring its own sand islands, waterslides, swim-up bar and poolside cabanas. Stroll right outside to the always-bustling night markets, lively restaurants and bars.
Why we recommend the Hard Rock Hotel Penang
- Located in Batu Ferringhi
- Ocean views
- Quality live entertainment
- Large swimming pool
- Iconic Hard Rock Café
Attractions near Hard Rock Hotel Penang
Dine at the Hard Rock Café
Take a seat at the famous Hard Rock Café, located on your hotel’s ground floor. Known worldwide for its juicy American cuisine, this café lets you indulge in specialty dishes like nachos, fajitas, 10-ounce burgers, honey citrus chicken salads and delicious fudge brownies.
Order classic cocktails like the Hard Rock Hurricane, Tropical Rock, Triple Platinum Margarita, Berry Blush Martini and Fruitapalooza. With your stomach happily filled, sit back and enjoy the café’s most recognisable attraction – the music. With quality live band performances every night of the week, you’re guaranteed to be entertained.
Journey out to Penang Hill
For a natural escape, panoramic views and a bit of history, travel out to Penang Hill, one of the oldest colonial hill stations founded by the British in Malaysia. Rising over 800 metres above sea level, Penang Hill offers an unbeatable vantage point from which to see George Town come alive at dusk.
Venture into the surrounding forests by day, discovering fascinating flora like tropical oak trees and the pitcher plant. Keep an eye out for the giant black squirrel in the canopies, the dusky leaf monkeys or the greater racket-tailed drongo singing its pleasant birdsong.
Experience the diversity of Malaysian culture by visiting the Indian mosque and temple, before setting off to browse the extensive collection of rare artefacts at the Owl Museum.