Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur Review

 

We had the pleasure of staying at the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur a couple of months ago. Here is a quick pictorial review of the hotel.

Being the newest 5-star hotel in town, many naturally had high expectations during our stay there. We are happy to report that at many a times, most of those expectations were met.

Located just next to the KLCC Twin Towers and the KL convention center, the hotel is perfect for anyone who wants to stay in the heart of it all. The Sky Bridge (elevated walkway) is located right in front of the hotel where you can walk in air conditioned comfort to the shopping strip of Bukit Bintang. The hotel is also surrounded by lots of restaurants and nightspots.

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The view of the KLCC Twin Towers from the hotel lobby

 

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The bathroom is located behind the beds. The glass can turn from transparent to opaque with a press of a button

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Spacious room. Big enough to fit a big round sofa and an office desk

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Plush and comfortable beds

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The room even comes with an iPhone dock / speakers on the bedside

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As mentioned earlier, the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur is currently the newest 5-star hotel in Kuala Lumpur and this fact is evident everywhere you look. Everything from the lifts, to the toilet granite looks and feels brand new. It is also currently easily one of the priciest hotel in the city. Many of the rooms had full views of the KLCC Twin Towers. All in all, we had a pleasant stay at the hotel. The rooms and facilities were impeccable and the views and location of the hotel would be enough of a reason for many to choose this hotel over others.

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