Need to know
253, including 34 suites.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm.
Double rooms from $162.32 (MYR678), excluding tax at 6 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of MYR10.00 per room per night on check-in.
Rates include breakfast, served in Atas, the hotel’s mod-Malaysian eatery.
The backlit dress behind the staircase is a kebaya, the traditional Malay costume worn on special occasions. It was designed by Malaysia's prince of couture, Dato Bernard Chandran, who fashioned it from handmade gold and metal butterflies, a symbol of rebirth.
At the hotel
Gym; Truefitt & Hill barber shop; free WiFi throughout; laundry. In rooms: flatscreen TV; free minibar and a free welcome drink; Nespresso coffee machine and traditional tea set; free access to the Luxe Guide Kuala Lumpur app; La Bottega bath products.
Our favourite rooms
From the entry level up, all the rooms nod to traditional Malaysian design with their elegant their rattan furnishings, lantern-like lampshades and screen doors. Even the smallest have decadent bathrooms with an oval soaking tub set by the windows. Speaking of views, we’d recommend going for a Grand Studio or above – that way you can guarantee a view of the Petronas Towers.
Clad in shimmering gold and black tiles, the cantilevered infinity pool juts out from the sixth floor, giving swimmers a sweeping view of the Golden Triangle and the Petronas Towers. The pool bar and lounge is just off to the side, ensuring you don’t have to stray far from your daybed for a top up.
The therapists at the sleek Ur spa will tailor each session to you, offering everything from 30-minute express massages to indulgent full-body rituals that last most of the day. All of the products are organic, too, made bespoke by skin care specialists Comfort Zone. The spa also has an area for beauty treatments, a state-of-the-art gym and an outpost of legendary London barbershop Truefitt & Hill.
Leave space in your case for a few purchases – the hotel’s surrounded by luxurious malls and bustling markets.
All public areas are wheelchair accessible, and there’s one specially adapted room on the seventh floor.
All ages are welcome, but you’ll need to book one of the Two-Bedroom Family Studios if you’ve got family in tow.