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LOCATION:

Within the KL Sentral extensive transportation center. Access is very easy, either with KTM Komuter, Putra LRT, KTM Intercity trains as well as the KLIA Express (ERL).

DESCRIPTION:
Perhaps one of the most awaited hotel in Kuala Lumpur. This Le Meridien chain finally comes to town and it comes in a big way. A 35-storey tower, it boasts only some 400 rooms and suites, signifies an ample allocation for individual room size, plush reception and lobby area, variety of restaurants and distinctive pool design.

The rooms are of minimalist design, which is the "in" thing at the moment, and the hotel makes a full use of white and soft colors to redefine the element of spaciousness. The room has all the amenities you have in mind - full length mirror, extra comfortable bed with foam and feather pillows and this so-called Jim Thompson upholstery and silk curtains. The hotel is also among the few that provides facilities for the disabled guests.

Common facilities include a large free-form swimming pool with adequate tropical foliage design, a spa centre and a gym. There are also barber shop and beauty salon for those requiring such service.

F&B facility is very decent, with 3 different restaurants offering between 60 to 160 seats each. The One-on-One Restaurant, set in an amazing Zen theme, overlooks the greenery of KL's Lake Garden and offers mostly fusion fares. Al Nafourah is probably one of the most talked about restaurant in-town, offering trendy Arabian cuisine with Lebanese specialties. The Patio is more of an al fresco dining experience by the poolside. For cocktail lounge, The Conservatory provides a stylish and relaxing atmosphere along with decent light meals and snacks.

REVIEWED ON:
August 2005

MY VERDICT:
As you would expect from a Le Meridien chain.

MY RATING:

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