I stayed there on my birthday & had a good rest while im there. I slept for long hours & it felt great. The weather was abit cold & windy @ that time. Theres only 1 thing that bothers me while i was there. Suddenly on my 2nd day i got a wake up call knocking on my door when i did not request for ...
We stayed at the Aloft hotel on our recent trip to Kuala Lumpur. It is centrally located on the subway line at KL Sentral. We took the KLIA Express from the airport and went up an escalator and was at the hotel. If you didn't prepaid for the breakfast it is reasonable and the selection is good and ...
The hotel was well kept and comfortable. Great location. We had rented a car and the hotel validated our parking each day. The staff was attentive to all our needs. The breakfast was incredible with many many options to choose from -- Asian, Western, Middle Eastern, Indian. The hotel restaurant also ...
Upon my arrival, the room was not ready which was fine as I was early. The clerk behind the desk, however, couldn't point to where we were on a map and couldn't give directions. I explored KL and came back to a room that smelled horribly of smoke. Then I got a new room that just smelled less like ...
It was very hot when we arrived in Kuala Lumpur, but pulling up to the resort, it looked very nice. The landscaping was beautiful. The staff were friendly and the welcome drink was delicious. They also provided us with cold towels to help cool off from the heat. Once checked in, we proceeded to our room. It was like being in a sauna as soon as we stepped in. The room's electricity is controlled by the room key. But there is no central air circulating throughout the room when it's not occupied. So it's basically a hot box. We immediately turned the AC on as cold as possible, as fast as possible. The room eventually cooled down, but we had to leave the electricity running while we went for dinner and a swim. The rooms could use some renovations. I don't think they've been updated for at least 15 to 20 years. The resort had 3 restaurants and 3 pools (kids, upper and lower pools). The food at the Italian restaurant was not good, but the staff were really nice. I cannot speak on the others, as we didn't eat at them. The pool area was nice, but there were not many lounge chairs to use. The waterfall was pretty. The doors to enter the room are on the outside. So when people ordered room service or had a full trash can, they put it outside the door, which just didn't seem like a good idea given the heat and possible animals that could scurry about. All in all, I would not stay here again or recommend it, but we did only stay one night, so it wasn't the end of the world.
We stayed at the Aloft hotel on our recent trip to Kuala Lumpur. It is centrally located on the subway line at KL Sentral. We took the KLIA Express from the airport and went up an escalator and was at the hotel. If you didn't prepaid for the breakfast it is reasonable and the selection is good and filling. The rooms were nice and clean with a walk in shower. Our room was always cleaned thoroughly by the time we came back. The endless pool on the roof (30th floor) is nice to relax at after walking around in the heat and humidity. The staff was all friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again if our travels bring us back to Kuala Lumpur.
Good stardards, space and excellent rooftop with pool, sauna and nice downtown views, this apart hotel is a good choice. The breakfast can be improved as replacement itens not always return to the buffet. Ask for higher floor rooms in order to have good views of downtown KL directly from the room.
I checked in with a very old room & bad odor . No hot water. Wanted to cancel instead.
Travelers stopping at hotels in Kuala Lumpur know that this is the heartbeat of Malaysia. From the tallest twin towers in the world to inspired history, the combination of Malay, Chinese and Indian influence creates a melting pot like no other.. Visitors can go shopping on Petaling Street for the best bargains in reproduction fashion, and then go up the Petronas Twin Towers for a breathtaking view of the city from the sky bridge. To travel back to the past, they can catch a train at the 1910 Moorish-inspired Old Railway Station and the Sultan Abdul Samad building.
Kuala Lumpur sets Chinese neighborhoods right next to Malay and Indian ones while in addition, international tourists add their own spice to this cultural mix. Hotel guests at the Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur can enjoy being right at the center of it all during the day while they are exploring, and then retire to calm and luxurious accommodations during the evenings. Kuala Lumpur neighborhoods are connected by a very good public transportation system, and the areas around the Central Business District, such as the Golden Triangle, Petaling Street and Brickfields (also known as Little India), are mostly within walking distance. Negotiating the entire city, however, usually requires a taxi ride or using the Kuala Lumpur Rapid Transit train. Of course, for those travelers on a budget there are other hotels in the City Centre district that provide just a little less luxury, but quality rooms nonetheless. Visitors on a budget might try Quality Hotel City Centre Kuala Lumpur, which is a bit further away from the major attractions, but close to the convention center, and within easy striking distance of everything Kuala Lumpur has to offer. Whatever Kuala Lumpur hotels the visitor chooses, the city shines bright before him.
The Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre is located to the northwest of the city, and contains an underwater park beneath the center. In 2015 it will host the 127th IOC Session to select the location for the 2022 Olympics.
There are many wonderful options in Kuala Lumpur for good food – from Malaysian, to Chinese, to Indian, and Nepalese. The Malaysian coconut rice specialty of Nasi Lemak is available throughout Kuala Lumpur, and one of the best locations is at Village Park Restaurant, in Damansara Uptown.
The focal point of Kuala Lumpur, the Petronas Twin Towers sit at the center of the city. Lines form early to purchase tickets to go up the towers to the Sky Bridge.
The best part of shopping in Kuala Lumpur is wandering around the city finding small out-of-the-way shops. To find the larger malls, one of the best is Bukit Bintang, the premier district in the city. For bargain-hunters and souvenir-seekers Petaling Street is the home to small street stalls and cheap reproductions of fashion name brands.
Residents of Kuala Lumpur, and of Malaysia in general have a love affair with motorsports. The Sepang International Circuit near the KL International airport is worth checking out.