Noordin Mews Heritage Hotel

Set within a working class neighbourhood known as the Seven Streets Precinct, their converted Straits Eclectic shophouse was originally for the trishaws and hand carts that populated Noordin Street in the early 1900s.

Abandoned after its purpose declined over the years, the main hotel building was rediscovered by an acclaimed hotelier, who skillfully restored it to its glorious years, coupled with modern times’ finer touches.

With five-foot ways, classic symmetrical floor tiles, ornate archway carvings, and framed photos from early 1900s adorning the walls, Noordin Mews seek to lead the renaissance of uniquely Penangite Heritage Shop Houses

*write up by Noordin Mews Heritage Hotel