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  • 10 Most Voted Hotels in Bangsar and Mid Valley

    10 Best Ranked Bangsar and Mid Valley Hotels

    This list of hotels travellers love most in Bangsar and Mid Valley comprises stylish boutique hotels, five-star retreats, and charming hostels, all of which have earned rave reviews by previous guests. With numerous expat-owned restaurants, hipster cafes, pubs and bistros along the streets of Jalan Telawi and Lorong Maarof, Bangsar and Mid Valley are very popular nightlife hubs amongst locals and expats during the weekends.

    Set within close proximity to KL Sentral, travellers staying in these areas can easily make their way to Kuala Lumpur city centre via LRT, KTM and monorail. Bangsar and Mid Valley hotels also offer easy access to massive shopping malls such as Mid Valley Megamall, The Gardens Mall and Bangsar Shopping Centre. Catering to just about any budget level and preference, check out our list of the best ranked Bangsar and Mid Valley hotels to find an accommodation that best suits your style, budget, and travel dates.

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    Ascott Sentral Kuala Lumpur is a serviced residence located along Jalan Tun Sambathan, which is a discreet, residents-only haven of style and comfort only a ten-minute walk from the citys premier transport hub, KL Sentral.Other nearby points of interest to the five-star apartments includes Little India in Brickfields which is just 950m away, while the National Stadium and National Museum is a mere two km away, and Taman Rama Rama Kuala Lumpur (KL Butterfly Park) is just a five-minute drive.On the facilities side of things Ascott Sentral Kuala Lumpur has a full spectrum of onsite conveniences: there is a 24-hour front desk and security, babysitting service, daily continental breakfast, a sheltered carport, laundry & dry cleaning, a self-service launderette. Read More...


    The pleasingly unpretentious 35-storey Le Meridien is a five-star property with a handy location beside KL Sentral, the citys premier transport hub.Decorated with lots of mirrors and brass, it has a classic, minimalist style, but manages to exude a home away from home feel.Facilities include a fitness studio, spa and KLs largest free-form pool, plus it is home to two award-wining restaurants, Prime (award ‘Best place For Meat’ by Time Out KL Food Awards 2014, an award that is solely voted by readers.Enjoy an array of premium meat cuts from Australia and US, complemented with an extensive selection of wines) and Favola (winner of Asias Finest Restaurant Award by the Miele Guide). Read More...


    The Kuala Lumpur version of Starwoods Aloft brand is meant to thrill and entice your senses with its use of bold punchy colours, textured fabrics and gleaming brass and silverwork pillars.A study in contrasts, facilities-wise this place is both practical and slightly over-the-top: a moderately-sized infinity-edge rooftop pool is set beside a Polynesian-themed nightclub called Mai Bar (complete with giant Tiki heads).There is a bright and airy in-house restaurant with wraparound windows letting in plenty of natural light but it is done up in the style of an airport garden, with little booths sitting on patches of replica green turf. Read More...


    Hilton Kuala Lumpur

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    Located atop KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpurs premier transport hub, the 35-storey Hilton KL is a time-honoured classic that sparkles with polished service.It has everything it takes to keep guests happy - the sixth and seventh floors are dedicated to meetings, conferences and events, while a two-storey gym, spa, sauna, and a 120-metre freeform terrace saltwater pool keep guests occupied leisure-wise.An in-house local artist - Infantino Fernandes - provides Hilton KL with a rotating collection of wood and steel artwork that gives the place a quirky yet elegant touch.Styled in varying shades of Hershey brown, the hotels 503 soundproof rooms (including 32 suites) simply burst with the latest amenities. Read More...


    For those who appreciate the finer things in life, look no further than Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur as your accommodation while in the city.Occupying a spot in the Golden Triangle, it is within walking distance to well-known city landmarks: Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and KLCC Park are all close by and Pavilion KL is connected via a covered sky-bridge outside the hotel.You can count on the Hyatt brand for a complete range of facilities, including a 24-hour fitness centre that is well-equipped with personal trainers, LCD screens and internet access, and the Essa Spa, fitted with 11 treatment rooms, Jacuzzi, steam, sauna and ice fountain rooms. Read More...

    La Sante- an integral part of the resort offers the illusive experience of an European inspired state-of-the-art organic spa.Our intuitive spa personnel deliver personalized therapies and programmes that are designed to meet individual wellbeing needs ranging from body pampering, beauty, stress relief, body cleansing, fitness, weight loss, couple retreat, pre and post natal and special programmes just for the men.Apart from the extensive range of spa treatments, our spa guests will benefit from our professional nutrition consultation that will unveil a realistic yet adequate nutrition plan.As important, it is the mission of the spa to incorporate fitness regime into the everyday life of our valued guests, inciting interest and pleasures in the path towards a complete wellbeing. Read More...


    Kuala Lumpurs five-star Villa Samadhi is a property that evokes a sense of exclusivity, relaxation and luxury that is unlike most other accommodation in the city.Housing 21 villas, this lavish property looks like it is nestled between forest and beach, but that is far from the truth: in reality, it is located in the centre of KL on Jalan Madge.An ideal spot for honeymooners or those who want a touch of resort style with their city hotel of choice.The five-star complexs interior design boasts Indo-Sino and Neo-Asian influence with plenty of dark wood, heavy furniture, brightly coloured furnishings and rooms fringed around a lagoon-style pool. Read More...

    The Majestic Hotel KL is divided into two buildings (the Tower Wing and Majestic Wing) is an icon in Malaysia’ and its hotel landscape.Before, during and after WWII it was Kuala Lumpurs glamour spot and today maintains that same charismatic vibe with porters dressed in white shorts, knee high socks and pith helmets.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. Read More...

    Lanson Place Bukit Ceylon Serviced Residences offers a pretty sweet home-away-from-home experience for world-weary business travellers and families on city holiday getaways.Ideally located for shopping, sightseeing and dining, the propertys 150 luxury serviced residences are divided into eclectic one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments.Ranging in size from 85sqm to 191sqm, the layout is spacious (with a fully-equipped kitchen, separate living room and dining area), while the decor is tasteful and trendy - befitting its five-star rating.Each unit stars the latest technology such as a flat screen TV with cable programming, 3D entertainment network, 3D Blu-ray DVD player, Wi-Fi, iPod docking station, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer. Read More...

    Shangri-La Hotel Kuala Lumpurs sidewalk is shaded by a leafy canopy of green trees and once you are inside, it is evident why this is one of the citys most popular hotels: rich, inviting and warm are words that perfectly sum up its interior design.Subtle local touches are imbued into almost every aspect - from staff members scarlet and gold uniforms, traditional songket kebayas to the Malaysian greeting (a hand over the heart and a slight bow) that greets you at every turn.The pool has such a stunning close-up view of the PETRONAS Twin Towers that it almost feels like it is slotted in between the two blocks. Read More...

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