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  • 10 Best Hotels in KL Sentral

    Best Places to Stay in KL Sentral

    Situated just two kilometres from Kuala Lumpur city centre, KL Sentral is home to many award-winning hotels that are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, indulgent food-and-beverage outlets, as well as top-notch services. Perfect for easy in-city exploring, most hotels in this area are situated within walking distances from KL Sentral Station, Malaysia’s largest rail transport hub, which houses Monorail, LRT and Komuter lines as well as direct links and passenger check-in facilities for those travelling by flight.

    From the five-star award-winning Best Western Premier Dua Sentral to the iconic Majestic Hotel KL, our list of 10 Best Hotels in KL Sentral offers unparalleled convenience and luxurious accommodations as well as ample shopping, sightseeing, dining, and entertainment options for a great stay experience in Kuala Lumpur.

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    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...

    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...

    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...


    Hilton Kuala Lumpur

    Kuala Lumpur

    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...


    Ramada Plaza Dua Sentral Kuala Lumpur is a top notch choice, especially if you are looking for an excellently located hotel with fantastic, value for money rooms.This stylish hotel is set in the heart of Kuala Lumpur Sentral, close to the KL Sentral station, which houses monorail, LRT and Komuter lines and makes it easy for citywide exploration.Its 357 air conditioned guestrooms are spacious and trendy, exuding masculine yet comfortable vibes, with wooden panels, heavy chocolate furnishings and black marble counter tops.Room at this chic four-star hotel come with complimentary Wi-Fi, fully stocked mini bars, and coffee and tea making facilities, plus premium amenities that are essential to all travellers. Read More...


    Royce Hotel

    Kuala Lumpur

    Royce Hotel features a rooftop terrace and puts you within a 10-minute drive of Merdeka Square and Petaling Street.Guests can visit the spa to be pampered with massages, aromatherapy, or Ayurvedic treatments, and Bricks Diner, one of 2 restaurants, serves regional cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.Other highlights include a bar/lounge, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and refrigerators. Read More...

    Prescott Hotel Kuala Lumpur Sentral is a three-star accommodation option set along Jalan Tun Sambathan.Its greatest draw is the fact that it is so conveniently placed for shopping, sightseeing, food and entertainment: just four km away is KL Sentral, putting a variety of transport links within easy reach.From KL Sentral it is just a train ride away to an array of sightseeing options: hop on an LRT to Suria KLCC & see the PETRONAS Twin Towers just next door.Alternatively, the Monorail line leads directly into the heart of the city and will have you exploring KL-famous sights such as Central Market and Malaysia Heritage Walk in just a few minutes. Read More...

    Set just across the road from KL Sentral, Hotel Sentral is a great base for guests who appreciate easy access to the city for sightseeing and shopping.A 24-hour business centre is next to reception with two meeting rooms, plus there is a fusion food restaurant and fashionable bistro onsite.What we really love is that, no matter the time of day we return to the hotel, we are greeted with a symphony of friendly greetings from staff members - it really makes our stay an enjoyable one.For a three-star property, Hotel Sentral KLs 232 lodging units are well equipped - think a 32-inch flat-screen TV with cable channels, free Wi-Fi, and a electronic safety deposit box that can comfortably store a laptop. Read More...

    Swiss Inn Chinatown Kuala Lumpur, with its tagline an international hip hotel, sits right in the heart of Chinatown, one hour away from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.Being located in Chinatown, otherwise known as Petaling Street, gives Swiss-Inn a considerable amount of plus points: abundance options of cheap shopping, close proximity to choices of inexpensive delicious local cuisines and accessibility to other city attractions such as Petronas Twin Towers and KL Tower via the nearest transport links, Pasar Seni and Plaza Rakyat LRT stations.There are four onsite dining facilities that offer anything from American breakfast to Japanese dishes, and an internet room with an hourly rate for those who would like to keep in touch with the world. Read More...

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