The best affordable hotels in Chinatown are perfect for backpackers and travellers looking for frills-free yet comfortable accommodation and efficient service right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. While they may not be as luxurious as the ones in Bukit Bintang and KLCC, these establishments are equally cosy and promise great value-for-money.
Comprising of backpacker inns, hostels, and boutique hotels with close proximity to inexpensive delicious local cuisines and cheap shopping, the best affordable Chinatown hotels also offer easy access to Kuala Lumpur and beyond thanks to its network of public transport links like LRT train stations and free city buses. Read on to find a Chinatown budget hotel that best suits your style and budget level.
- Half-Day City Highlights Tour
- Best City Highlights Half-Day Tour
- City Tour After Dark with Dinner
- Private Traditional Cooking Lesson
- Private Half-Day City Heritage Tour with Lunch
- Heritage Buildings & Icon of City Tour
- Private Night Heritage Trails
- Guided Perdana Botanical Gardens Tour
- Evening Street Food Walking Shared Tour
- Private City Street Eats Evening Tour of Chinatown
Hotel Paloma InnKuala Lumpur
Paloma Inn is a 48-room hotel that can be found along Jalan Sin Chew Kee in Bukit Bintang, making it conveniently-located for the areas best sightseeing, shopping, dining and nightlife.Berjaya Times Square, Lot 10, Sungei Wang, Fahrenheit 88, Starhill Gallery and Pavilion KL are within a four km away radius, putting some of the citys best shopping within easy reach, while sightseeing landmarks such as Dataran Merdeka, Sultan Ahmad Samad Building, National Mosque, KL Railway Station and St, Marys Cathedral are only a five-minute drive away.The budget-friendly Paloma Inns list of onsite facilities is limited to a tour desk that can help arrange for tours to help spice up your holiday, plus the one-star hotels management can organize airport transfers and taxi service. Read More...
Hotel A-One is a 32-room budget accommodation with a convenient location, along Jalan Medan Pasar in Kuala Lumpur.300 metres away from the hotel is Central Market, the citys premier arts and crafts hub, housing friendly art galleries, quaint shops selling one-of-a-kind knick knacks and souvenirs, and restaurants serving delicious local cuisines.For a more in-depth observation on local life, Chinatown, which is right across the street from Central Market, is a great example of a bustling Malaysian district, with its inexpensive shopping (expect knockoff goods such as watches, handbags and trainers), delicious local eateries, and a general buzzing atmosphere. Read More...