Hotel Bahagia is tucked away in the heart of Kuah's commercial district, just 25 minutes away from the airport and five minutes away form the ferry.
Each of their rooms are tastefully appointed with free Wi-Fi, air conditioning, satellite TV, a hairdryer, work desk, iron and ironing board, tea and coffee making facilities, and a minibar. Suites and family rooms are available in a edition to their standard room types.
Guests can take advantage of hotel amenities like their tour desk, business centre, airport shuttle, and laundry service.
Their restaurant, Bahagia Coffee House, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day in a casual setting.
Hotel Bahagia is located near many of Langkawi's shops, restaurants, and attractions including Wat Koh Wanararm Langkawi, Bellis Spa, Teo Seafood Restaurant, Tiffin Delights, and several day cruises and other boat tours.
It's highly affordable
Guests who were looking for an affordable place to stay in the Langkawi area were not disappointed with the Hotel Bahagia. Their prices were low compared to other hotels in the area, and travellers noted that they felt the price was fair for the quality of the accommodations and hotel amenities.
It's clean and comfortable
Few guests experienced issues with the cleanliness of their room. Most agreed that the rooms are cleaned perfectly, and that the accommodations are quite comfortable.
They serve a good breakfast
Previous guests were generally happy with the hotel's breakfast. They reported that the for is fresh, and the selection was ample enough that they did not grown tired of it even after staying several days.
Parking is problematic
Many guests were perturbed that the hotel does not have a parking lot. Instead, guests were forced to try to find parking on the street or paid lots. Parking coupons are available for purchase at some of the nearby businesses, but they are not for sale at the hotel.
It's not the nicest area
Some guests said that they felt the area around the hotel was unsafe. They reported that the place was run down, and populated with unsavory characters, which caused many travellers to feel nervous about walking to the surrounding businesses or leaving their car parked on the street.
Be careful what you book
Multiple guests who booked their room online complained that the room they received wasn't what they had expected. These complaints ranged from simply commentating that the room was smaller or not as nice as they expected, to outright accusing the hotel of putting them in a completely different room than the one pictured.