Skybar was amazing with great views of the city. Excellent
The Renaissance feels a bit old now, given the arrival of a number of new places on the bustling KL scene, but it remains a good value. I didn't dine in (as with many establishments in the city, prices are a bit high), but the facilities are fine, notably the gym and pool. And location remains a ...
Extremely lavish surroundings. Staff very friendly, helpful and polite. Buffet breakfast is a must do at least once. Hotel near major tourist attractions and Sky Walk to Malls. Also easy access to railway station and monorail system. Best to use either on hot days and save your energy for ...
Got the tower view room for my husband's birthday so it was perfect. We had a great stay with all 5 star treatment. Love it
All the worker includ those guards so helpful.... Congrats to management team for good job by keep maintain politeness and also good quality service to all the customers while staying over there. Good job and 5 star. services
Nice hotel centrally situated good attentive staff with nice room
Location is good. Room was small and old style. Did not like glass partition to bathroom.
Enjoyed its location and staff were friendly and polite. However, we were never told about the method of payment for reserving against credit card for room expenses. It is some complicated method and required us to attend the front counter just to add to the credit card reservation. Like other hotels, ...
This property was fantastic a great location and Hotel to stay in KL..We just loved it, Service and staff was fantastic the Head Concierge was the best ever..
The Golden Triangle in Kuala Lumpur is a large area encompassing a number of major streets and it is known as Kuala Lumpur’s commercial, shopping and entertainment centre. It is a vibrant, bustling area filled with shopping malls, skyscrapers, world-class hotels and entertainment venues plus upmarket bars and eateries.
A definite must-visit is the Menara KL Tower. Along with the Petronas Twin Towers it is easily Malaysia’s most recognisable and popular landmark. The tower stands at 421 metres and has a viewing deck offering visitors magnificent views of the city. The Menara KL also boasts a revolving restaurant giving diners a 360-degree view of the city.Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve is a 100-year-old forest reserve and is the only remaining tropical rainforest in the heart of the city. It is an ideal place to relax for those looking to experience something a little less hectic. Visitors should combine a visit to Bukit Nanas Forest reserve with one to Menara KL Tower as the these two attractions are in close proximity to each other.
Restaurants and Bars
Visitors to the Golden Triangle will not be disappointed with the vast array of restaurants, bars and dining choices available. Bukit Bintang is more renowned for its bustling nightlife scene. It also boasts a satisfying range of restaurants and eateries that cater for all tastes. The buildings in this area are unique in that they used to be pre-war colonial shop-houses that have been refurbished and turned into upmarket pubs and restaurants, most of which serve Western food. For those looking for live music, an upmarket trendy nightclub like Frangipani or an opulent rooftop bar like Rootz will suit.
With more than nine shopping malls within a four-kilometre distance of each other, the Golden Triangle is a haven for the avid shopper. For those looking for luxury, Starhill Gallery and Pavilion KL are the best spots for Gucci, Hermes and Louis Vuitton and other designer names. Kenanga Wholesale City boasts over 800 stores selling clothes and accessories, while Low Yat Plaza is the place to go for all things tech-related.