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Sultan Lounge at Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur

Cocktail lounge in KLCC

Easily exuding a glitzy and glamorous vibe, Sultan Lounge is a cocktail lounge in Mandarin Oriental Hotel KL. A favourite place for the who’s who of Kuala Lumpur to mix and mingle, due to its underground location in the basement of the hotel it has a hidden, mysterious feel.

The colour scheme is primarily white but neon lights wash the place in pink, purple, blue and orange hues throughout the night. Designed by Stephane Dupoux (creator of hip restaurants such as Buddha Bar in New York), some say it looks like an Arabic desert prince’s tent but to us it looks ultra modern with polished wooden floors and sheer white flowing fabric hanging from the ceiling in fan-like fashion.

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Semi-circular couches with colourful, tasselled throw pillows by the windows and tables with quirky chairs (that look like snail shells) bundled together in the centre make up the seating layout. Towards one side of the lounge is a set of screen windows that provide views of the city centre’s busy streets and at the end of the bar is a small dance space and pool tables.

Some of its more unique features include a golden, lit-up DJ console, a glass bar and an artsy water fountain. There is a heavy focus on music at Sultan Lounge, with a resident DJ who plays music heavy on the bass: tunes are a mix of pop radio hits, R&B and some ‘best of the 80s’ tracks.

The delicious drinks are essential to your evening here, and the bar’s menu is heavy on wines and cocktails. A standout is Orientini - a dry, martini-like drink with rum, orange Curacao, grenadine and pineapple - or you can sweeten things up with the surprisingly light MO Kuala Lumpur Sultini (a mix of vodka, mango, cassis, orange and cranberry).

Sultan Lounge is a high-end cocktail lounge so you won’t find bar snacks like buffalo chicken wings here - rather the food menu mostly consists of canapés like freshly shucked oysters and caviar. Staff members deliver top notch service.

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Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur

Location. The Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur is the perfect place to reside whether for business or pleasure.This hotel is located adjacent to the world-famous Petronas Twin Towers, overlooking a lush 50-acre park.Its prime location within Kuala Lumpur City Centre is linked by a direct walkway to the Suria KLCC.Air-conditioned walkways also link the hotel to Starhill Gallery, Bukit Bintang, and Pavilion shopping centre.Hotel Features. The hotel features an extended range of business services, exceptional recreational facilities, a spa, and 8 food and beverage outlets.The hotel has a business center, 11 meeting rooms, offers complimentary wireless internet, and room service is available 24 hours a day. Read More...

Sultan Lounge

  • Opening Hours: 09:00 – 03:00 Monday – Saturday
  • Address: Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Kuala Lumpur City Centre
  • Tel: +603 2179 8966
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