There are plenty of hotels around in Resorts World Genting. But if you are holiday-ing with your family or with little children in tow, there’s one hotel that I believe would accomodate your needs very well; Hotel On The Park.
Hotel On The Park was previously known as Theme Park Hotel. The Theme Park Hotel in Resorts World Genting holds many nostalgic memories for the generations of guests who have stayed in the rooms and enjoyed its proximity to the magical world of Malaysia’s only mountaintop amusement park. Since the closure of the attraction in 2013, the Theme Park Hotel followed suit, but only so it could re-emerge ready to give a whole new generation of thrill seekers an insight into creative hotel expansion.

My most recent visit to Resorts World Genting with my wife and son.

The hotel is now opened and known as Hotel On The Park, a nod to its proximity to the upcoming first-in-the-world Twentieth Century Fox World Theme Park.

Hotel On The Park has no structural changes on the cards. The hotel is still retaining its 448 rooms to accomodate guests, but with vast improvements.

There’s a mirror trick art in the lobby. And here I am doing my Spiderman pose.

My family and I, posing at the trick art mirror. We wanted to do something like Rapunzel letting down her hair kinda scene, but obviously it failed as my wife’s hair is not long enough.

A tour of our room. Our room was a Sixers with Double Decker Bed.

Our room, a Sixers with Double Decker Bed. The two queen-sized beds are propped on the tatami-style with one built-up Queen sized bunk bed above another platform. The raised sleeping platforms also serve as storage spaces. Compartments in the platforms are used to store luggage, while room safes are also built into the drawer. As the name suggest, the room can accomodate up to 6 pax at a time. Hotel On The Park also have other types of rooms that could accomodate 4 pax at a time and rooms for people with special needs. Do look it up prior booking.

Huge Queen-sized bed

View of the bottom deck of the double decker bed

The novelty of the bunk beds are bound to have children clamouring to sleep on top, allowing parents a chance to rest without fidgety children in their proximity. A plus point, in my opinion.

My wife and son, checking out the double decker bed.

No curtains in our room. Instead we have this roller drape with cute drawings on it. I find this especially cheerful and refreshing.

Check this out. The room is actually filled with trick art and illusions. Clothes can be hung on knobs around which artists have drawn outlines of closets. The television set too is hung on brackets with artwork around it to make it seem that it is enclosed in a TV cabinet.

Spacious study table by the window with plenty of power points for you to charge your gadgets. For those who can’t part with the Internet, don’t worry about not getting connected here in Hotel On The Park. WiFi is also available in the room. Do ask the reception the username and password if you plan to use the WiFi.

Bathroom was spacious. Shower room and toilet are in seperate stall.

Toiletries are provided, alongside with hairdryer.

Bedroom slippers for your cold feet.

There are plenty of attractions nearby the hotel; but a must visit attraction around is defnitely The English Garden which is just across the road and SkyAvenue, which is just about 5-15 minutes walk away. Eating shouldn’t be a problem here. There are plenty of affordable restaurants in SkyAvenue and if you are not keen to explore around, there’s always the option of grabbing something to eat at Eatopia, the inhouse cafe located at the lobby area of the Hotel On The Park.

For more information; booking and pricing for Hotel On The Park, visit or call 03-6101 1118