On arrival at LHPD, we were astounded by the spacious lobby, brightly lit with recessed lighting shining onto strands of coral. Plush seating areas offer brief respite for guests staying at the tower block who may need to wait their turn for check-in. Those staying in suites and Panorama Pool Villas are whisked off to the circular Lighthouse Club building for express, personalised check-in.
Comfortably furnished with two king beds, an expansive vanity area and bathroom, an executive desk and a sleek wall panel with flatscreen TV, we revelled in the luxurious touches (complimentary WiFi in-room, fresh fruit plate & soft drinks in the mini bar plus nightly turn down service) which made our stay utterly memorable.
Service was personable, with the team proffering juices and hot beverages, and a selection of delicious cook-to-order mains. While our main courses were being prep, we sampled assorted housemade breads, yoghurt and overnight oats with chia seeds, preserves (pumpkin kaya anyone?), pastries and coconut milk with sago & pandan panna cotta. The concise but varied mains including a vegan dish should please most palates.
I also enjoyed The Vegan option: barley risotto with scrambled tofu, chickpeas & cauliflower salad with green chilli dressing and roasted onion with sweet potato & black truffle proved imagination can take meat-free dining to greater heights.
Let the children burn off some energy at Kidz World where they can climb, slide and crawl through an obstacle-like play area. Budding singers can warble their fave tunes at Starz Karaoke while blissful pampering in the serene oasis of LexSpa is available for ladies and men.
I won't bore you with the deets but suffice to say, LHPD offers various space solutions suitable for dream weddings, corporate team-building escapades, MICE magic, milestone celebrations and company outings. More info on special events planning available here: http://www.lexishibiscuspd.com/en/meeting
Fans of Asian superstar Jay Chou would be thrilled to know the singer has called LHPD home briefly during his concert in Malaysia last year. He and his family were cocooned in the Presidential Suite, housed at the tip of the hibiscus stigma for privacy. The duplex abode has four bedrooms with ensuite bath, spacious living and dining area as well as a kitchen and bar.
It was a food-filled weekend for us since the LHPD team hosted two sumptuous dinners - one at UMI Japanese Restaurant and Wave Dining. Deets on our dining experience and the plethora of goodies we sampled will be coming up in a separate blogpost.