Welcome to Hotel Da Som Inn
Our hotel is an old but well maintained building within the Dutch Settlement area (trace back to year 1611) with unique 200 feet long, thick wall and underground sewerage pipes. It has witnessed the history of Malacca Empire and the modern world. Although it has been refurbished, renovated and re-renovated, yet and surprisingly, it was a lovely home, a trade centre, a factory before it was turned into a hotel.
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Built with 3 air well areas, you can enjoy any of the hotel rooms which are air conditioning and fan equipped.Comfortable duvet, pillows and bed will embrace you upon your check in. Free wifi is also available. A variety of breakfast will be served on each different day while American breakfast is always available upon request. Read More
A place that can retreat, relax, refresh and replenish with a reasonable and affordable price
We are an art speciality boutique hotel at the center of UNESCO’s world cultural heritage site.
Strategically located at no. 28 Jalan Tukang Emas (Goldsmith Street) aka Harmony Street, Malacca, Malaysia.
Within 1 minute walking distance to jonker street area, Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, Kampung Kling Mosque, Sri Poyyathavinayagar Moorthi Temple, The Orang Utan House.
Outside the hotel, you will see a different world of modern marvel with delicious nyonya and local food.
Delicious cendol or durian puff at famous Jonker Street aka Chinatown (next to Harmony street) and world of ancient art with museums and art galleries at Heeren Street (next to Jonker street).
Let’s also enjoy the thrill of visiting the old A Famosa fortress, Stadthuys, ruins of St Paul’s church (1521), Queen Elizeberth fountain or enjoy and stop by at modern Hard Rock Café or the Geographer Café for a drink.
Tan Kim Hock Product Centre, Pak Putra Tandoori & Naan Restaurant and shopping malls like Mahkota Parade and Dataran Pahlawan.
One of the best things about this hotel is its proximity to a number of cheap and tasty cafes and restaurants, incl. vegetarian eat outs, and a number of artisan shops and museums.
Although it has been refurbished, renovated and re-renovated, yet and surprisingly, it was a lovely home, a trade centre, a factory before it was turned into a hotel.