Kuala Lumpur

Aug 31, 2019 - Sep 1, 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Where to Stay in Kuala Lumpur

A bustling, fast-moving city, Kuala Lumpur has plenty to offer the international traveler with an effective transport system to get to and from the various tourist areas, which in reality are not far apart. To get around, visitors can use the monorail and Light Rail Transit (LRT), while taxis – with the associated haggling - are plentiful.

There are plenty of hotel options ranging from cheap to luxurious depending on the part of town you wish to be based. However, no visit to the city would be complete without checking out the city center and Chinatown as well as the areas popular for shopping.

Kuala Lumpur City Center

The city center is the home of the iconic Petronas Towers with some hotels enjoying unparalleled views of the towers. A good area to stay to enjoy the colorful nightlife around the area, the malls and the Syakirin Mosque.

1.Mandarin Oriental

A high-end choice, the hotel sits between the Petronas Twin Towers and the City Center Park. As well as luxury accommodation, guests can enjoy a choice of five restaurants, an outdoor infinity pool, fitness facilities, a spa and tennis courts.

2.Traders Hotel

The Traders Hotel features contemporary rooms with direct access to the Convention Center and is just 1km from the Petronas Twin Towers. A rooftop infinity pool and bar are among the highlights of a list of amenities that also includes a spa and sauna/steam rooms.

3.Le Apple Boutique Hotel @ Klcc

A budget choice for visitors, this boutique hotel is located just a five-minute walk from an LRT station along the business district of Jalan Ampang and is close to the city's main shopping mall, Suria KLCC Mall, and the Petronas Twin Towers.

Bukit Bintang Hotels

A busy tourist area for eating, shopping and nightlife attractions, Bukit Bintang has a wide range of accommodation options for those who would prefer to stay in the area – this can be cheaper than the city center while still within easy access of the area and the nearby Chinatown thanks to the Bukit Bintang monorail station.


The PARKROYAL is located 2km (1 mile) from the Petronas Towers and a seven-minute walk from the monorail and offers studios and suites complete with all the appropriate furnishings for a serviced apartment. Other benefits include two swimming pools, a kids’ play area and centers for fitness and business.

2.Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel

An upmarket boutique hotel just four minutes from the monorail, the KL Journal features chic and modern inexpensive accommodation, a bistro bar, beer garden and an infinity pool on the roof of the building.

3.The Royale Bintang

A budget-priced yet modern hotel with refined rooms and suites. Located 2km (1 mile) from Central Market and 5km (3 miles) from the Petronas Towers, the hotel provides refined rooms and suites, an outdoor pool and a tropical spa.

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nitesh saini
nitesh saini

because filght member no coprayive . water is also paid . it is very cheap think.

Ced Loo
Ced Loo

My family and I had a great time in here. Nice food, nice places and free buses going around the city. Accessible means of transportation. I really love the site of KL tower where you can have a eat all u can foodies and at the same time revolving giving you a 360 degrees view of Kuala Lumpur including the Petronas tower .

Jeet K
Jeet K

We loved the experience. It was worth visiting Kuala Lumpur with magnificent and breathtaking scenic beauty.

Natalka K
Natalka K

Great food , fusion..big variety . Amazing “infinity “ pools . I’d come back just for the food courts


The least expensive month is November, with an average of AED 180 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Kuala Lumpur is July, with an average price of AED 279 per night.
The average price of a hotel in August last year was AED 216 per night. This is 6% less than the average nightly price of AED 230 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Kuala Lumpur, the expected average temperature in August is 28.2°C/82.8°F. The warmest month is typically March, which averages 33.5°C/92.3°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 23.3°C/73.9°F.
The nearest airport to Kuala Lumpur is Kuala Lumpur Sultan Abdul Azziz Shah (SZB) (15.21km). Other nearby airports include: Kuala Lumpur International (44.00km)

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