Situated in the heart of the old town, by the side of the winding Melaka River, Heeren House offers its guests a unique choice of bedrooms. All individually furnished with colonial and Peranakan furniture, with views overlooking the picturesque river and other historical sites beyond. Clearly within view are the Stadhuys and St Paul’s Hill, while other relics of the Portuguese, Dutch and British presence are only a few minutes walk away.
Located at the entrance of the famed Heeren Street (Gentlemen’s Street) now called Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, where the rich families and notables of Melaka lived, Heeren House today stands along a street of traditional shop houses whose architectural features are unique to Melaka.
The building that is now Heeren House has undergone many changes over the years. From being a warehouse to a typical Chinese coffee shop and family home. Restoration work turned Heeren House into a nostalgic experience offering visitors the warm hospitality of a home, combined with the comfort of a modern guesthouse.
An ideal location in Chinatown and tasteful
rooms... make this the best choice for a small, upmarket hotel!
(Rough Guide to Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei)
For position and style it is hard to beat Heeren House...
right in the heart of town!
(The Lonely Planet)