Kuala Lumpur is a mix of colours and culture. The city combines different periods and styles. After Singapore, Kuala Lumpur is one of the most economically successful cities of Asia. The best way to experience Kuala Lumpur at its most luxurious is a stay at one of its luxury hotels.
Today Asian Interior Design shows you some of the Top Luxury Hotels in Kuala Lumpur. Personalised service, individualised amenities, fantastic location and luxury rooms are the ingredients for this selection.
The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur includes the original Hotel Majestic which is documented as a national heritage site. This colonial structure was built in 1932 and became one of the great hotels of Kuala Lumpur in its time. An icon of Malaya’s boom years leading to World War II, the hotel came to be the place for glamorous social events, government receptions and the residence for prominent international visitors. The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur is positioned to share the glamour, heritage and success of its predecessor as a YTL Classic Hotel.
It is the only hotel in Kuala Lumpur to be included in the Leading Hotels of the World luxury hotel collection. The interior is magnificent with high ceilings, Roman columns, a gold leaf domed roof, vintage wrought iron ceiling lamps, intricate cornices, polished marble floors and chandeliers.
All rooms at the five star The Majestic Kuala Lumpur have four poster beds, fully stocked mini bars, Crabtree and Evelyn toiletries and magazines such as Malaysia Tatler, Prestige and YTL Life. Views are of the old railway station, outdoor pool, KTM headquarters or hotel gardens.
The beautifully restored, four storey Majestic Wing (the original hotel) has 47 rooms with claw footed bathtubs, polished wooden floors, tufted carpets and earth tone accents. Cleverly concealed within the Victorian facade are modern amenities like flat screen TVs.
In the heart of the Golden Triangle, a short stroll from Petronas Twin Towers, shopping and nightlife, sits one of the five-star hotels in Kuala Lumpur – the Renaissance – which features two wings and a state-of-the-art convention centre. Experience the grandeur of this Kuala Lumpur hotel’s amenities, which are as bountiful as the vitality of Malaysia’s capital.
Spacious rooms include high-speed Internet, a safe, mini-bar and plush bedding. Our on-site restaurants have won several awards for their service and cuisine. Tempting choices include: Sagano serving Japanese, the stylish Vogue Café, and Dynasty where guests will find exquisite Chinese cuisine. Bask in the sun or take a dip in this KL hotel’s Olympic-size pool. Stay fit in our fitness centre. For conferences and functions, this hotel’s Kuala Lumpur location in the midst of the bustling city offers convenience access to one of the largest pillar-free hotel ballrooms in Malaysia, plus 26 additional function rooms.
If easy access is your number one priority, Renaissance Kuala Lumpur Hotel should be on top of your list. The hotel is surrounded by popular city attractions including KL Tower and Suria KLCC. It is also designed with convenience in mind – a fully-equipped gym complete with personal trainers, a Balinese-inspired spa, and award-winning on-site restaurants are all on the menul. Spacious and overlooking the scenic city skyline (and some, the Petronas Twin Towers), all rooms are equipped with plush beds, fluffy pillows and media amenities such as LCD TV with international cable and satellite channels.
There are few fine hotels and resorts that merit the reputation of offering you standards and grace like no other. Only our best serves you with unwavering taste, timeless sophistication and warm courtesy. This is where hospitality meets simple elegance.
A landmark in Kuala Lumpur because of its sprawling size, lively Berjaya Times Square Hotel is reminiscent of The Plaza Hotel in Manhattan.
Its got a bustling atmosphere in its lower floors where hotel facilities are located, while its upper floors are quiet and serene with Georgian-style decor with sash windows, decorative mouldings and wooden screen doors. Keeping you thoroughly occupied is the name of the game here, with hotel facilities (on the 14th and 15th floors) including a fitness centre, two squash courts, steam and sauna rooms, two spas, a kids playground, four on-site F&B outlets including Samplings on the Fourteenth – a popular Western fine dining restaurant – a pillar-less ballroom and 11 function rooms.
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