Located across the legendary Sam Tet School, and adjoining Ipoh Parade, it's a great location, with all the amenities at hand, and unlike a previous stay of mine in Ipoh, without a car, and where I nearly starved to death, it's unlikely that you'll go hungry even if you do not choose to eat at the hotel outlets.
Some trivia, it's owned by the family that owns that quintessential Ipoh mali snack, the Pagoda Peanuts, and WEIL is actually the family name spelt backwards. Rather innovative. If I were to spell my family name backwards, I'd get something unpronouncable.
The next morning, the all you can eat dim sum breakfast buffet, priced at RM32 nett per person at Yuk Sou Hin, the Chinese restaurant at WEIL.
Ipoh prices are substantially cheaper than KL prices I have to say.
The RM32 all you can eat promotion is until 20th September only.
For more information and reservations, please call WEIL Hotel at +605-208 2103