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“BackHome Guesthouse consists of four 100-year-old wooden Chinese merchant shophouses that have been restored into a funky hostel with exposed brick walls and high ceilings with wooden beams.”
“A stone’s throw from KL Sentral and only a 15-minute walk from Brickfields Station, the Little India neighborhood, and a cornucopia of great food, Le Meridien’s location is ideal.”
Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Kuala Lumpur.
“It’s hard to believe you’re in the heart of KL when staying at this gorgeous boutique property that epitomises Southeast Asian chic. The black polished concrete, bamboo and reclaimed-timber rooms combine with luxurious light fixtures and idyllic central pool.”
“There are only 18 rooms at the Anggun KL, each with handcrafted teak beds, ceiling fans, air-conditioning and air purification features. Interior courtyard rooms are best.”
“The Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur is for those who want to experience the best of KL. Literally and figuratively. It’s the Ritz-Carlton, so stays include fancy amenities like luxurious high thread-count bedding and top-notch dining.”
New York Times
“The Mandarin Oriental offers skyline views and rooms that feature king-size beds, marble baths and nightstands furnished with fresh orchids.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Kuala Lumpur.