Macalister Mansion by Ministry of Design, Penang – Malaysia

December 26th, 2012 by retail design blog

Welcome to the Macalister Mansion, a quirky and sophisticated lifestyle destination where our guests are welcome to relish a series of experiences not unlike those found ‘n the hospitality of an actual home – good food, fine dink, engaging conversation, soothing music, great art, a good night’s sleep or simply lounging by the pool. The Macalister Mansion is associated with the good things in life and having a great time at a scale that is both intimate and personal.

Housed in a beautiful 100 year old historic mansion that has been conserved and adapted, each of the 6 different F&B and Hotel entities can be enjoyed as part of the overall Macalister Mansion experience but are branded as distinct rooms or spaces that are typically found in a mansion – the dining room, the den, the living room, the lawn & eight rooms.

The name Macalister Mansion honours Penang’s British Governor Colonel Norman Macalister and you will find numerous references to this historic figure captured in the a host of specially commissioned installation art pieces throughout the grounds and spaces.

Designed by Ministry of Design

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