The Danna Langkawi

Colonial-Mediterranean inspired architecture


Kedah, Malaysia | Luxury Hotels

The Danna Langkawi in Malaysia, greets guests with a warm smile and takes pride in honouring their legacy in composing luxury lifestyle. Built with Colonial-Mediterranean inspired architecture, this 5-star luxury resort is surrounded by enchanting nature and sandy beaches overlooking the Andaman Sea. It is strategically located at Telaga Harbour Park, amidst the various attractions with the nearest attraction – the Langkawi Cable Car and Skybridge.

5-star luxury resort



Located at Telaga Harbor Park.

Getting there

Approximately 15 minutes from the Langkawi International Airport.


Boutique/Shop • Gym • Internet Access • Laundry Service • Library • Kids Club • Baby Sitting • Spa.

The Danna Langkawi Highlights

  • Colonial inspired architecture
  • 3-tiered infinity pool, the largest on the island
  • Complimentary return airport transfer
  • Daily bubbly buffet breakfast
  • Contemporary luxurious beachfront Villas


135 rooms and suites.

All rooms include:

  • Bath Robe
  • Air Conditioning
  • Balcony/Terrace
  • Bath
  • DVD Player
  • Hair Dryer
  • MiniBar
  • Radio
  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Satellite TV
  • Shower
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Telephone
  • Television

Dining & Bars

The Planter’s Restaurant

The main dining room overlooking the hotel’s infinity pool and beach. Open for breakfast and dinner, serving a British-Malayan and Mediterranean inspired menu.


A modern dining venue serving Italian cuisine.

Straits & Co

Serving local favourites, traditional snacks, local and Western desserts, pastries and more.

Verandah Lounge

Serving cocktails and has the largest collection of gins on the island.

Churchill Room

A Wine Cellar which has a large selection of top range champagne and wines.


The Danna Spa

  • 5 single rooms
  • 2 couple rooms
  • Wide range of spa treatments

Treatments, and some activities at an additional cost.

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

The Danna Langkawi