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The Waterfront Hotel Kuching
68, Jalan Tun Abang Haji Openg
93000 Kuching


About The Waterfront Hotel Kuching

Perched on top of Plaza Merdeka Shopping Center, The Waterfront Hotel is located in the heart of Kuching City, where decades-old heritage buildings sit side by side with modern buildings. With one of the best views of the Padang Merdeka and the Sarawak River, the hotel is not only a place to rest, but a start of your adventures in Kuching City.

208 modern guest rooms, including 31 suites and 2 loft suites with unparalleled views. Each room offers a sweet sleep with our comfortable beds in a 100% smoke-free environment with high-speed internet access, alongside amenities including multiple universal electrical sockets, touch panel enabled privacy options and an in-room safe. All suite rooms come with a living room and are uniquely designed with different accompanying furniture and layouts. Guests may select between 2 breathtaking views – the Padang Merdeka and city centre view or the river view, overlooking the Kuching Waterfront.

The Waterfront Hotel caters to every form of function, with our customizable packages to fit your needs. With 6 function rooms and 1 ballroom, The Waterfront Hotel exceeds your common perception of what boutique hotels can achieve for your function ideals.

End your day with a refreshing cold drink at the Kilig Bar Lounge as the latest pop songs play along with the occasional jazzy number. Invite a friend or more and feel at ease with the comfortable cushions and soft lights. Grab some snacks off the menu for the perfect pairing with your drinks.

Whether you’re just popping by or staying with us, the night is always young at the Kilig Bar Lounge.

Located in the heart of Kuching city and just right next to The Waterfront Hotel, Plaza Merdeka is only steps away from the magnificent & bustling waterfront; nearby is Chinatown with its charming streets, numerous temples, the renowned Sarawak Museum, the old State Mosque with its five golden domes, pre-World War One shops and streets brimming with history and other noteworthy heritage buildings too numerous to mention. Old-world history and contemporary trends seamlessly converge under one roof where international tenants come together with quaint local tenants which inject a local flavour to the mall to make up the current tenant mix.