The Suritz is one of the many property developments in the vicinity of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
There are two towers of The Suritz in total, resulting in a number of 128 units being available for the public. The distinctive quality is all units are corner units, satisfying those who like a wider view and larger space.
Another stunning feature of The Suritz sets to make it stands out amongst a huge number of serviced residences cropping up on the West Malaysian land of Kota Kinabalu. Waiting the visitors to the buildings is a 15-feet-high porch with a chic lounge for guests. The said lounge is then complemented with floor to ceiling glass, plus a water feature and comfortable seating. And when the visitors get to the apartment units, they are greeted with 11-feet high ceiling, and in the apartment are large windows and a large balcony. Furnishings such as these are configured to invite more natural ventilation and lighting. The tall towers also promise good views of Likas Bay and the mountains.
A standard around-the-clock security watch is enforced at The Suritz, and it is aided by a two-tiered security system and CCTV surveillance. The Suritz is living up to its serviced apartment billing as it has an in-house lounge, a function room, a vast lap pool, a wading pool, a garden, a sauna, a children's playground and a gymnasium walled with glasses.
20 minutes is all it takes between The Suritz and the capital centre of Sabah, Kota Kinabalu. Those who like to shop can head on to 1Borneo, City Mall and Giant Hypermarket, meanwhile those who prefer to sit back and relax, and play some golf in the process can go over to Sabah Golf & Country Club. Graduates in the area are most likely to have completed their studies in Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman and Universiti Malaysia Sabah, while young students have the option of SMK Kelombong or Mutiara National School. Other amenities are hospitals that are called Hospital Pakar Likas and Hospital Mesra.
Lorong Pic 5 that houses The Suritz is connected with Jalan Lintas and Jalan Tuaran. A bus station in the nearby Inanam provides the local buses while an airport can be found another twenty minutes away, and it is called Kota Kinabalu International Airport.