Mid week blues seem to be concurrent every week for me and I constantly imagine myself on a holiday while going back and forth university and work. Last week, my prayers were answered when Avillion Port Dickson invited Redza & I for a nights' stay. I was ecstatic for a beach vacay even though it was just an hour away from KL.
Avillion Port Dickson has been around for a decade, applying the concept of a fishing village as inspiration for the theme and design of this beautiful luxury boutique resort. I loved that they had two different kinds of chalets such as, Garden Chalets and Water Chalets each to suit your own personal liking. We got the Water Chalet and I loved how they were equipped with our very own private balcony looking out to the sea, a sort of semi al-fresco kind of shower room which was surprisingly relaxing, oh-so comfortable beds and bathtub for me to bomb bath bombs in!
Dinner was served in a buffet style due to the Ramadan month. There was an array of choice when it came to Malay food but to be very honest it was pretty basic. There was a live band all through dinner that was pretty entertaining I would say.
The resort also has plenty of amenities and activities to choose from. From a karaoke room, petting farm, Orchid garden, bar to fishing from any possible balcony that leads to the sea is all possible! Redza and I loved the fishing part, we were out in the balcony at night trying to catch a fish or two but failed miserably. Even so, we had such a memorable time together laughing and attempting to fish.
The next morning we headed down for breakfast and an early morning swim before we checked out. Breakfast again was mediocre but since we extended our check out, we had room service for lunch and I must say that the pizza was delicious! I think the pizza I had for lunch in my room was the best and Redza couldn't agree more.
Overall, my stay in Avillion Port Dickson was perfect. It was everything I needed and more to cure my mid week blues. I've been here years ago and they have upgraded a thing or two since. Redza and I loved every bit of this trip, I guess you could say company matters to when it comes to going on a holiday.