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Shangri-La's Tanjung Aru ResortKota Kinabalu, Borneo View On Map
As return guests to this hotel we did not think things could get better but they certainly did. Our welcome by the guest relations staff was warm and genuine and check in was a breeze. The rooms are well appointed with all amenities provided including fresh fruit daily, the rooms are spacious and clean, with plenty of storage. Around the hotel there are plenty of loungers in a variety of places so there is always one available somewhere, the beach is small but swimming is safe as there is a net enclosing the swimming area. The water park is amazing not only for children but adults as well, the water bucket is great fun for all ages. There are three bars, the Borneo lounge, coco Joes and the sunset bar and it is possible to get drinks at 2 for 1 somewhere most of the day. The group in the Borneo lounge in the evenings are excellent and will attempt to sing your requests! Also the afternoon pianist is very good. The breakfast buffet has something for every taste and features Japanese, Indian, Chinese and western food and the quality is excellent with attentive wait staff to give any assistance needed. Lunch is available if needed at all outlets and the Cafe Tatu has nightly buffet or A La Carte meals. A special mention is required here for those requiring special diets, Chef Joseph and his team are available to help with special requirements as he has some expertise in these matters. My wife is Coeliac which requires a Gluten free diet and she was well catered for with a wonderful variety of gluten free meals, especially some fantastic desserts dreamt up by Pastry Chef Kris, a great experience for a Coeliac. The only things we think could improve things are having the beach raked free of debris after high tide and service from Coco Joes to the beachside is very slow at times especially when there are staff briefings in the afternoons. Otherwise a fantastic family friendly hotel we could recommend to all travelers especially Coeliacs. Recommended By: anjon5 On: 2012-06-16