Christmas Eve Dinner Buffet (6pm-10pm) at RM258 nett per adult, RM129 nett per 7-12 years old child Christmas Day Brunch Buffet (12.30pm-3pm) at RM258 nett per adult, RM129 nett per 7-12 years old child Christmas Day Dinner Buffet (6pm-10pm) at RM258 nett per adult, RM129 nett per 7-12 years old child New Year’s Eve Dinner Buffet (6pm-10pm) at RM258 nett per adult, RM129 nett per 7-12 years old child New Year’s Day Dinner Buffet (6pm-10pm) at RM258 nett per adult, RM129 nett per 7-12 years old child
Reasons to stay at The Westin Kuala Lumpur: excellent location in the heart of the city; quality fitness facilities; dreamy beds; delicious food and beverage outlets; free kids club; excellent deals for weekend stays.
The Westin Kuala Lumpur酒店共設有443間不同房型的客房，而這次下榻的客房正是位於酒店28樓的威斯汀套房（Westin Suite）。
即将迎来穆斯林神圣的斋戒月，由JW Marriott Kuala Lumpur精心打造的“Kampong Festive”斋戒月主题自助餐将于5月9日起强势回归，重现Starhill Gallery底层的Feast Village的Shook! 餐厅。
The signature treatment here at Starhill Spa is the Deep Sleep, a 2-hour experience curated for those who suffer insomnia, experiencing jet lag or seeking to ensure a peaceful night's sleep. You can read about our full experience here.
整体来说这里的住宿经验很棒， 要挑剔的话就是那泊车场很老旧，加上需要通过Starhill Gallery 才来到酒店大堂这点不太满意。
The Kuala Lumpur Journal is a stylish boutique hotel in Bukit Bintang, KL city centre. Designed with an inviting relaxed vibe where nostalgia meets industrial chic, they’re centrally located in the city's main shopping and entertainment district of Bukit Bintang.
The Kuala Lumpur Journal is a stylish boutique hotel in KL city center. Designed with an inviting relaxed vibe where nostalgia meets industrial chic, we're centrally located in the city's main shopping and entertainment district of Bukit Bintang. Just minutes away from Changkat neighborhood - the hub of KL nightlife with its thriving bar culture and Kl's foodie mecca, Jalan Alor.
A hidden hotel located in the middle of Jalan Bukit Bintang to indulge the true joy of modern and comfortable in-room amenities amidst the hustle and bustle of the city. The Kuala Lumpur Journal is a stylish boutique hotel in KL city centre. Designed with an inviting relaxed vibe where nostalgia meets industrial chic, KL Journay centrally located in the city's main shopping and entertainment district of Bukit Bintang.
In conclusion, I would say this is an ideal hotel for those coming to Kuala Lumpur for shopping and to explore the city center. The location is amazing, and it is priced just below RM300. The room is clean and comfortable with a team of friendly staff. Public transport accessibility is also fabulous and there are plenty of great dining spots within minutes of walk.
We stayed in the ANSA Deluxe room (32m²), which have recently been refreshed, so the rooms are sleek and functional with a modern wood interior. The rooms are well-appointed and spacious, with either a king-sized bed or twin (single) beds, work desk, 32" flat screen LCD TV, tea/coffee making facilities, minibar and complimentary WiFi. Guests can also order and request in-house delivery from the Starbucks downstairs.
recommended 5 star hotel
The room I am staying is Grand Oasis comes with comfortable armchair, a rain shower and an aromatherapy oil burner. Room is equip with a coffee machine, complimentary water, coffee and tea. In the fridge is pack with drinks. These are NON-complimentary as the have a price list located just above it.
The hotel boasts a variety of accommodation, from 28 sq m Deluxe Rooms to spacious 50 sq m Family Rooms. The Family Room was perfect for our family of four, as it came with a king sized bed and two single beds, all in one room! The room is subtly partitioned, providing both parents and kids with their own area.
I definitely enjoyed my stay here at the MOV Hotel and would recommend it to those who enjoy hotels with a playful and fun vibe , different from the conventional hotels…
We checked in to MOV Allure Loft last weekend, also the loft room best for romantic stay with soft sexy lighting. It is characterized by high ceilings, with clever use of texture, colours and furnishing to create harmonious, stunning look – champagne gold framing, greyish walls, huge make-up mirrors, marble vanity top, vintage sofa, bold lighting, and beyond.
The rooms are very modern, with hip architectural accents like wooden ring towel hangers at different heights. The bed was comfortable and large and there’s blackout curtains. The entire place smells fresh and clean and that’s always a huge plus point for me. I’ve been to more than a few musty smelling hotels with the scent of the previous occupant’s hair gel, deodorant, or worse – armpit stank on the bedsheets/pillows/linen so it’s refreshing to smell freshly laundered sheets.
Hotel Capitol Kuala Lumpur is often overlooked as the location is a little hidden away – it is next to the popular IT mall in KL, Plaza Low Yat and it is actually a really nice hotel to stay …
During our stay, we get to see how rooms are being cleaned and sanitized right after the guest check out. Well, another round of sanitizing to be done after all rooms been setup too.
Our room is small but cleverly designed and furnished to make it look more spacious – almost like a studio apartment. The platform bed is flush against the window, with blinds for privacy and to shield against the sun. Both the bed and the pillows are extremely comfy – not too soft (which tends to give me back aches) nor too rigid. Of course, the view of the street is awesome – I feel like I’m in New York, surrounded by towering skyscrapers!