Somerset Seri Bukit Ceylon

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

8 Lorong Ceylon, off Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50250, Malaysia
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 51% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Reasonable Hotel

by snozzau

Guys,
I need recommendations for a reasonable hotel in KL for 2 nights.
Dont need the Hilton or something similar-just clean and comfortable-Im too old for backpackers or Hostels
We intend to visit Batu Caves,the Petronas Towers and anything else that sounds good so probably need a hotel near a monorail station.
All advice welcomed.
Scott

Re: Reasonable Hotel

by lynnehamman

Hi Scott

Its a good idea to find good deals on Wotif.
I have just booked numerous hotels for an upcoming trip (including at Singapore and Bintan in Indonesia) and have managed to get really good rates.

Just Google Wotif KL

Of course, there will be VT members who will also be able to recommend something, but that is my 5c worth


We have stayed at Crowne Plaza in KL- but its not cheap

Re: Reasonable Hotel

by cafank

There are a lot of reasonably priced hotels in Chinatown. I usually stay at ChinaTown Inn 1 or 2 or the SwissHotel. I book online direct or check Hotelclub or similar for prices.

There are buses from LCCT to Chinatown and rail close by, and China Town's a great place at night for markets and food, close to Sentral Market too.

Re: Reasonable Hotel

by buffybird

I stay at the Hotel Mayview Glory, have done for last 7 trips, staff are friendly and great.. Its across from the Maybank and chinatown in a short 200m walk away... Its got a great resturant next door... Its like 89MYR and is clean and comfortable but no pool etc... Will be staying back there in two weeks...

Re: Reasonable Hotel

by Cockleshell

Hi ~ Too old for a hostel/backpackers?? hmmm choose wisely, that's all. Anyway should I return to Kuala Lumpur (on a budget) I would probably return to The Classic Inn Budget Hotel. Great location, and good breakfasts and I remember seeing people of ALL ages there.. Wherever you choose ~ Enjoy your stay.

Re: Reasonable Hotel

by ruffled

I frequently stay at SwissGarden hotel which is walking distance to Bukit Bintang (you can get the LRT there) and at Legends Hotel -- which is nicer and has a mall attached and a very nearby LRT station but is further from the town area.

http://www.swissgarden.com/hotels/sghkl/
http://www.legendhotelkl.com/location.html

I usually go through Zuji to get the best rates. There are also lots of affordable and descent hotels in the Bukit Bintang area.

Re: Reasonable Hotel

by wwroam

My sd and boyfriend recently stayed at the Hotel Sentral on the way back to UK from Cambodia. Its a reasonably nice 3* business hotel, conveniently located and well priced. I've always found KL to be well priced anyway ( compared to Singapore). I used to stay at the New World ( with the occasional upgrade to the Renaissance wing) and found it to be quite good, but probably outside your price range.

Re: Reasonable Hotel

by fital69

try skyhotel. RM170++ per night.
good area

Re: Reasonable Hotel

by sheherezad

I'd recommend Cititell or the Boulevard Hotel at Mid Valley City - the commuter train station is on the first floor of the shopping mall (closer to the Boulevard Hotel side) and goes to KL Sentral from where you can take the LRT to KLCC to see the Twin Towers :-)

Re: Reasonable Hotel

by sheherezad

Oops! It's Cititel (one l)! See: http://www.virtualtourist.com/hotels/Asia/Malaysia/Wilayah_Persekutuan/Kuala_Lumpur-1282074/Hotels_and_Accommodations-Kuala_Lumpur-Cititel_Mid_Valley-BR-1.html

Travel Tips for Kuala Lumpur

KL Tower

by Audrey118

I went there with my brother and his friend. It was just something to do after our Japanese meal in Shangri La Hotel during a lazy Sunday. We walked from the hotel in the blazing sun, and cursed all the way up the steep slope. When we reached there, there was a queue for the tickets.... sigh!!!

But as soon as we got our tickets, we joined the queue to get up. While at the lift lobby, lookout above you, as there is marvelous small tiled framing the ceiling which is done traditionally in a historic Iranian style. Very ornate and mystifying.

When you get up there, we walked around the entire place. Becos we grew up in the city, we could pick out our school, Convent Bukit Nanas and St John's Institution. To our amusement, we were now able to see into parts of the school which were not within our access as students yonks ago. And then we looked at direction of our home, our past homes in the city. It was nostalgic. If you grew up in the city - you must do these with your pals. I did it with my best friend whom I knew since I was 6 years old -

An airport experience.

by worldkiwi

KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) is always a pleasure to pass through. From the moment you step into the terminal, everything is designed to make you feel relaxed. The place is airy, with very high ceilings and lots of white marble. It feels cool and there's no stress. When you arrive from overseas, immigration and customs is way more efficient than cruddy old Auckland International... the longest I've had to wait at KL to get my passport stamped is 15 minutes. My only gripe is that there could be more shops and cafes in the satellite terminal (for those on particularly long layovers/transit stops) and the customs people at immigration never smile (even though they wear smiley badges).

and, VTers into the evening....

by ellielou

Airasia, serious VTer that he is, decided one VT meeting a day wasn't enough, so we had a VT meeting that evening, too. This one was hosted by p_yenyen, and included fizzer67, kenboy, and XXXXX. Terrific people...terrific food! Thanks for your great ordering, Lee!

(Photo care of VT member...

by Jillworld

(Photo care of VT member Guantanamera) KL has a vibrant, bustling Chinatown, surrounding Jalan (street) Petaling, that is great for a good wander around, especially during the night market. There are lots of bargains and great food to be had. Also, much of KL's affordable accommodation seems to be centred around here.

Why so many Merz

by l_joo

Then if you come to Kuala Lumpur first time, you will be very surprise to see so many German luxury car Mercedes-Benz. In nearby my residential area, I saw some household parked two Mercedes, some three. Some two Merz two BMWs, I don't know what's the reason.

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Address: 8 Lorong Ceylon, off Jalan Raja Chulan, Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan, 50250, Malaysia