Hotel Sixty3 sits on the most historical street in KK City, right opposite the first colonial Post Office building. This building has been declared as Kilometer Zero (0 KM), just minutes to many local restaurants and the waterfront.
The interior is reminiscence of the bygone 60's era and offers a peek into North Borneo's culture, architecture and story of its people. Through the vast collection of historical black and white images featured throughout the hotel and rooms, guests would get a glimpse of the rich cultural history of Sabah.
The large midrange hotel has 100 air-con rooms ranging from Standard to Suite rooms that cater to different needs of travelling members. Family Deluxe rooms are available for families.
All rooms are spacious and decorated in a tasteful contemporary style in warm neutral tones. Plush carpeted floors and plump armchairs up the comfort level. Suites add wooden flooring, and more furnishings. White bedding is smart and clean. All mid-range amenities are there including free Wi-Fi. All rooms have windows, but some only open to a central atrium. Stylish dark-tiled hot-water bathrooms are spotless. All have rain-showers, and the suites add a Jacuzzi. Rooms are non-smoking and some provide facilities for disabled guests.
All come with a minibar, tea/coffee making facilities and an ironing board. Bathrooms have shower facilities and free toiletries which include shower and dental kits.
The six-storey hotel offers convenience to discerning travelers, with the State’s tourist information office right opposite the hotel, surrounded by a parade of banks, shops, eateries and shopping malls.
Hotel Sixty3 is a 3-minute walk from Suria Sabah Shopping Mall and a 10-minute walk from Atkinson Clock Tower. It is a 3-minute drive from Kota Kinabalu Ferry Terminal and a 10-minute drive from Kota Kinabalu International Airport.