Fireflyz now offers hotel services

Posted by Tuan Rumah | 5:29 PM | | 4 comments »

Community airline, Firefly, has introduced a new service that will allow its customers to book their flights and hotel accommodation at its website.

Firefly Holidays would complement the company's flights in providing customers the ease of making their travel plans.

With links to almost 140 hotels in Malaysia and Thailand as a start, Firefly Holidays is offering options to the customers in finding accommodation that best suit their needs and wants.

Here are some of the list of hotels and rates:

Phuket
from
Patong Lodge Hotel
MYR138
Kata Poolside Resort
MYR169
Karon Sea Sands Resort and Spa
MYR235
Club Bamboo Boutique Resort
MYR258
Baan Krating Phuket Resort
MYR338

Penang
from
The Merchant Hotel
MYR90
Hydro Majestic Hotel
MYR210
The Gurney Hotel And Residences
MYR247
Hotel Equatorial Penang
MYR334

Kuantan
from
Best Western Suria Cherating Beach Resort
MYR174
Swiss Garden Resort Kuantan
MYR245

Kota Bharu
from
Juita Inn
MYR108

Koh Samui
from
Baan Samui Resort
MYR456
Paradise Beach Resort
MYR626
Bo Phut Resort and Spa
MYR877

Langkawi
from
Langkasuka Hotel
MYR73
Eagle Bay Hotel
MYR100
Langkasuka Beach Resort
MYR118
Langkawi Lagoon Resort
MYR408

K.Terengganu
from
Best Western Merang Suria Resort
MYR174
Perhentian Island Resort
MYR243

Kuala Lumpur
from
Citrus Hotel Kuala Lumpur
MYR180
Swiss Garden Hotel Kuala Lumpur
MYR226
Cititel Mid Valley
MYR231
Boulevard Hotel Kuala Lumpur
MYR238

More hotel, check out their website Fireflyz.com.my

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4 comments

  1. MyF // November 19, 2007 at 7:10 AM  

    How is the service provided? Neva tried Firefly yet!

  2. Tuan Rumah // November 19, 2007 at 7:18 PM  

    I have yet to try firefly.. but I guess it will be another typical low cost airline.. I would probably use it when they start to operate from Subang..

  3. ikanbilis // November 26, 2007 at 5:27 AM  

    do they accept enrich?

  4. Tuan Rumah // November 26, 2007 at 10:53 PM  

    No, but it is part of their future plan..