Conveniently located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur in Jalan Conlay, Pullman Kuala Lumpur City Centre is amidst the dining, shopping and business centres of the city. The hotel is well connected by LRT, Monorail and city bus stations making it ideal for both business and leisure travellers. The major attractions such as Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur City Centre and Bukit Bintang are a short drive away making Pullman KLCC a great place to stay while in Kuala Lumpur.
The spacious lobby with a double ceiling height has a plush setting and is one of the highlights of this premium hotel. Pullman KLCC has various categories of well furnished guest rooms and serviced residences. The rooms vary from Deluxe rooms to Executive rooms to Family residences spreading over eleven categories. The hotel has an urbane ambiance with all modern facilities and come with work station. Some rooms do come with living spaces and kitchenettes.
The hotel has multiple dining options with restaurants and bars offering various cuisines for the cosmopolitan travellers. From Malaysian to Cantonese to Japanese to Continental cuisines, Pullman KLCC offers a range of options to choose from. While Sedap Restaurant is their primary dining area, Terrace Poolside Bar & Grill is a favourite with guests. The hotel also offers a host of facilities such as wifi, laundry services, outdoor swimming pool, covered parking etc. Pullman KLCC has a wonderful spa and fitness centre. The Vibes Spa offers numerous holistic treatments and the Fit Lounge has many cardio machines available to keep guests in the best of their health. The hotel is also equipped with banquet hall and board rooms which can be great venues for weddings and meetings.
Location is a major plus point of Pullman KLCC as it is well connected to all other places in Kuala Lumpur. The large lobby has a beautiful décor with lovely art works and furnishings. I stayed in a spacious Deluxe room with comfortable beds, television, attached bath, coffee maker, mini bar and all other basic facilities. The large window offered views of the outdoor swimming pool. I couldn’t explore their spa and other recreational facilities due to lack of time. I dined at Sedap restaurant a couple of times and it was a delightful experience. While the breakfast buffet was a mix of continental and Malaysian dishes, the lunch was a lovely spread of the local Malaysian cuisine.
P.S.: I was hosted by Pullman KLCC on an invitation from Malaysia Tourism board, but opinions are completely mine.
The last pic is from the Malaysian Lunch? It looks interesting. :)ReplyDelete
Yes, it is. Was delicious.Delete