Located about an hour’s drive from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and nestled along Pasir Panjang beach, Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson sprawls into the Straits of Malacca and resembles the national flower of Malaysia.
The Resort is the proud record holder of GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS for achieving “The most swimming pools in a resort” and “The most overwater villas in single resort”. These results were verified on 14 October 2016. Apart from winning the World Luxury Hotel Awards for the Luxury Water Villa Resort (category – Southeast Asia), it is also the recipient of TripAdvisor’s 2017 Traveller’s Choice Award.
Each of its 639 pool villas is spacious, tastefully decorated and comes with its own private dip pool and steam room for luxury and privacy. Many of these villas offer spectacular views of the open sea.
Complementing the villas are a selection of exciting dining and entertainment options, offering local and regional tastes as well as international cuisine.
Lexis Hibiscus’ range of function spaces are specially tailored for MICE needs. The Hibiscus Grand Ballroom is the only banquet hall in Port Dickson with ceiling height of more than seven meters, creating a dramatic setting for various events, with seating capacity up to 700 persons. The resort has the expertise and privilege of hosting international MICE event with participants from over 40 countries.
A diverse choice of recreational activities is available at Lexis Hibiscus. Lex Spa offers an escape from the city’s hectic pace to an oasis of tranquillity with the various treatments offered. Kidz World is the ideal place for the young ones to while their time away while budding singers will have an enjoyable time at Starz Karaoke.
For some fun under the sun, there is a range of beach and water activities such as jet ski, watercraft, banana boat and kayak, all focused around the tallest seawater fountain in Malaysia at 400 feet. The beach is also an excellent venue for teambuilding while the Hibiscus Walk provides guests a sampling of the many popular Malaysian cuisines.