Welcome to our weekly video review on hotel suites and rooms around the world! This week’s edition features the Lifestyle suite, a 130 sq. m/1,400 sq. ft 1-bedroom suite at the Hilton Kuala Lumpur.
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The Hilton Kuala Lumpur is located in the heart of the city’s Sentral area. Its direct link to KL Sentral Station makes it a conveniente choice as it is a 30 minutes commute from the airport by KLIA express train. The 35-storey building (offering more tan 400 rooms and suites) is part of a building complex shared with Le Meridien Hotel, which occupies the second tower. Both hotels share the pool area, fitness facilities, spa, and owners!
Here is the description of the suite and some official pictures from their website:
130 sq. m., contemporary design with panoramic view, living & dining area, Executive Lounge access, 50-inch flat screen TV, mini bar, Crabtree & Evelyn bath amenities, coffee machine, luxurious marble finished bathroom with bathtub and rain shower, king bed.
The elegant suite features panoramic windows that frame breathtaking views of the surrounding city views and Lake Gardens. Spread out and relax on the beautifully upholstered chaise lounge. Sink into the Hilton Serenity bed plumped high with pillows and luxury hotel linens for a comfortable, restful night.
Soak in the oversized tub or refresh in the luxurious rain shower in the spacious, open bathroom featuring premium marble. Other amenities include a large LED TV, smart alarm clock, device charging station, a wireless all-in-one speaker and Nespresso coffee machine.
Executive level guests also enjoy exclusive access to the hotel’s Executive Lounge, serving complimentary breakfast, plus drinks and snacks throughout the day.
And here is our video review and commentary on this suite:
Very spacious suite! The choice of furniture/décor, the hardwood floors and the floor-to-ceiling windows definitely help enhancing this “roomy” feeling.
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