Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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.
Accommodation is housed in the Majestic Wing and the Tower Wing, separate buildings linked by a glass enclosed air-conditioned walkway. The Majestic Wing is the original historic hotel building and the 47 luxurious suites exude old world elegance and impart a sense of history. Despite the vintage charm, the suites also feature tastefully modern furnishings, a perfect mix of past and present. All suites enjoy 24 hour butler service. Choose from a Colonial Suite, Governor Suite and the most opulent of all, the two Majestic Suites.
The Tower Wing features 253 guestrooms and suites, and complements the original building in the art deco style with the use of dark marble and polished chrome. The difference is subtle yet distinct, with a more contemporary and sophisticated feel in the design and furnishings, including plush carpeting and elegant four poster beds. Room categories include Deluxe Rooms, Junior Suites, Grand Suites and Premier Suites.
Why We Love It
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.
Ritz Carlton, Kuala Lumpur
The Ritz Carlton is a stunning example of timeless luxury, with relaxing neutral shades and top quality furnishings. This is the ultimate sanctuary within the bustling Golden Triangle District of Malaysia's capital.
The hotel's spacious 364 guest rooms are furnished exquisitely, with neutral modern décor and bathrooms decorated with gleaming marble.
Guests can enjoy the comfort of a 24 hour butler service as well as the opulent spa and fitness centre, providing spa therapies using natural locally sourced ingredients, a perfect complement to days spent exploring the city.
For unforgettable dining experiences, visit one of the five restaurants within the hotel, including award winning Li Yen, serving delicious Cantonese dishes within an elegant environment.
Why We Love It
Enjoy the soothing sounds of a traditional Yangqing harp as you dine in one of Kuala Lumpur's award-winning restaurants.
Villa Samadhi, Kuala Lumpar
Just a ten minute walk outside of the bustling city centre, Kuala Lumpar's Villa Samadhi is a quiet retreat in which to relax and recoup after some time exploring the city.
Traditional dark wood and authentic Malaysian architecture are used in all 21 of the villas however all are also individually designed. The neutral colour schemes and polished woods used throughout the property are complimented by simplistic décor and spacious room sizes which make the most of the garden views. The Luxe Sarang suites also benefit from their own private pools and are even more spacious.
At the centre of the resort The Dining Room overlooks the lagoon style swimming pool and the verdant palm gardens. Serving fresh and authentic Malaysian cuisine as well as western favourites the beautiful thatched restaurant is a charming and tranquil spot to while away several hours, before retiring to the Bumbung Bar for a drink.
With the bustling capital within a stone's throw of the hotel, exploring the various neighbourhoods and attractions in the city centre is highly recommended. Then, when back at the hotel, relax on one of the outdoor day beds by the lagoon pool and enjoy spending your time leisurely soaking up some sun.
Why We Love It
Without compromising on your city sightseeing experience staying here makes you feel as though you're a million miles away from the hustle and bustle.