- Reviews: 91
Pujangga Homestay: Booking hostel by online
I m quite familiar with www.hostelworld.com to find hostel for my accomodation. It is easy to book. U only pay 10% from the total amount on ur credit card. And the balace must be paid once you check in. <br/>Several times i stayed in this hostel. Nice place. Easy to go here and there. Near from MRT. In the middle of Bukit Bintang. But not too crowded surounding.<br/>Hope this information is usefull.
- Reviews: 13
Empire Hotel: New Subang Hotel
This is a new Hotel which I believe commenced operations in July 2010 and is situated at the Subang Parade area.<br/><br/>The Hotel entrance is quite hard to spot nestling near an entrance to the shopping mall. A lift to the second floor gets you to the Hotel lobby which is boutique in nature.<br/><br/>The rooms come equipped with wi-fi and the TV is a whole lot of gadget into itself, with movies, room service, browser, etc.. combined with the normal TV programmes. Initially, I was told that the system use to "hang" often but during my stay, it was okay. Perhaps, they have sorted the bug.<br/><br/>Breakfast was good and the spread varied.<br/><br/>The rooms are cosy and with a separate study area at the entrance with the bathroom sandwiched between the bed area.
Like the separation of the study area which may it feel almost like a suite room.
- Reviews: 13
Alamanda Hotel: Alamanda Hotel - Petaling Street (China Town)
Go straight in to the China town, find the Petaling st and you'd see plenty of stalls and hawkers selling variety of stuffs along the road. Go along the road and carefully look for the banner of the motel. You may not see the number (address) of the hotel being blocked by so many stuffs hanging on the stalls. However, the best way is you locate the side of the motel and walk on the pavement (hard to locate it also). <br/>The entrance is kinda small but easy to regconise. Walk up the corridor to the reception.
Friendly staffs <br/>Free hot/cold water<br/>Mini-bar included (charged)<br/>Double entrances<br/>Greate location (near the central market, railway station - LRT)
- Reviews: 13
Hilton Petaling Jaya (PJ): Petaling Jaya Hotel
The PJ Hilton is in need to a good makeover to bring the facilities up to the Hilton standard. Rooms in the East Wing are generally in better condition than those on the West Wing.<br/><br/>Service standards are as good as any Hilton in the world and there is a very vibrant pub called Uncle Chilis.<br/><br/>Breakfast is sumptuous and perhaps one of the best in town with its wide and varied choices.
- Reviews: 8151
Hotel Petaling: Hourly rates available!
This "hotel" (and I've put that in quotes as I think it doubles as a brothel with hourly rates advertised and some unsavoury looking Indian women standing around outside - of which you can see two in the main photo), is located just south of the pedstrianised Petaling Street area of Chinatown. It's in a very handy area which is full of restaurants and a few bars so you won't be short of finding any food and drink nearby plus it's only about a 10 minute walk away from Merdeka Square. I stayed here for a few nights whilst in KL and didn't have any problems apart from a few noisy neighbours but I can't really say that I'd recommend it to fellow travellers. I had an OK, windowless room with a double bed, hot water shower, TV and a/c for RM58/night.
- Reviews: 91
Online Booking Hotel/Accomodation
If you prefer booking by online, you can use www.agoda.com. <br/>Just check that website. And then you can choose Malaysia for the country and then choose Kuala Lumpur for the city. <br/>From there you will see plenty hotels that you can choose. <br/><br/>Or another website is www.hostelworld.com. Here is the link http://www.hostelworld.com/findabed.php?Search=1&ChosenCity=Kuala%20Lumpur&ChosenCountry=Malaysia.<br/>Choose the hotel not the hostel if you don't feel comfortable to stay in hostel. In here, you only pay by online (via credit card) 10% from the total amount. And the the balance you must pay when you check-in. <br/>Usually I also clik the cancelation protection (must pay 2 USD). In case i dont make this trip or this booking.<br/><br/>Happy traveling...<br/><br/>^_^
easy to book
- Reviews: 107
Win Sin Hotel: Affordable, clean, central location
I was looking for a clean & affordable hotel minus breakfast. Hotel breakfast is boring. Most important, it had to be near Central Market & since my daughters & I were going to attend an evening event there till past 10 pm & then walk back, the area had to be safe.<br/><br/>Win Sin Hotel is a small one with friendly reception. Very clean, renovated last year & still looks new.<br/>Our family room was on 1st floor. The only minus is that it is near the terminal point for buses & so sometimes the traffic can be quite noisy but this is a common problem for hotels in central location. Should be quieter on higher levels. <br/><br/>Has hot water, air cond, room phone, tv, clothes hangers & the toilet has a bidet. Our room, 103, is also the only one with a mini fridge.
Located at Petaling Street but not in the crowded tourist area that is chock-blocked with stalls and human traffic. It is opposite the big gate of Petaling Street (Chinatown) so what you get is a central location but not the traffic problems. Central Market & Bangkok Bank is behind it. HSBC is nearby. Very clean hotel, wifi on 1st floor. Free hot & cold water on 1st flr. Free use of iron. Also has 4 pc for free internet use in lobby. Has convenience shops and McD near it. Or you just cross the street for the hawker food in Jalan Petaling. A money changer is next door and very near to places to send or receive money. Cost us RM128 for 3 pax, 1 single bed & 1 double bed. Good mattresses. Provides toiletries & toilet paper. <br/><br/>'The Junk', the biggest 2nd hand bookshop in Malaysia is 5 mins walk away. Also has Myanmarese and Nepali food nearby.
- Reviews: 14
Tune Hotel: Hotel at LCCT (low Cost Carrier Terminal), K.L.
I stayed in the Tune Hotel LCCT 4 times earlier this year. I did this as LCCT is a long way from downtown KL and rush hour traffic makes transit times uncertain. ( There is a direct bus service from Sentral Station K.L. to LCCT ) I found this hotel ideal for coming in on a late flight and leaving early the next morning. There is a shuttle bus from the hotel every 15 minutes , 24 hours a day to/from the terminal ( trip takes 5 minutes). There is also a 24 hour shop and cafe/bar in the premises (not sure of their hours).<br/>I should say that the rooms are very small as the big double bed takes up most space. Bedlinen is fresh and everything is very clean. There is a fold down desk/shelf and the air-conditioniong is very effective. The bathroom/showers are also excellent.<br/><br/>In summary - excellent for transit especially early starts but cabin fever would set in if you stayed there for an extended period due to the room size.<br/><br/>Hugh
Close to LCCT Terminal with 24 hour shuttle bus.
- Reviews: 199
Stay Orange: For Budget Traveller
When I arrived at KL past midnight I walked in to this hotel. They have available room for me. At first I stayed at double ensuite room and the next day I transferred to Single Ensuite since i was alone. They are very accomodating. They help me connect with their wifi eventhough its already past 2 am.
- Reviews: 895
Tune Hotel LCCT
Tune LCCT Hotel is very convenient for those having an early morning flight. Since KL city center is far from the airport, this hotel is a blessing to the travellers. It is located very near about 5 minutes walk from the airport. You will pass a food court at the side of the terminal. It also has a bus if you got heavy luggage for only RM1. <br/><br/>The room is very good. Comfortable bed, powerful showers, transparent bathroom door, internet connection, safety deposit box, aircon, clean, secured & best of all affordable rates. Drawback is the small size barely a room for luggage & no tv. If you're staying for a limited time just staying for the night, you can take the 12-hr aircon time so you can save.
Walking distance to the LCCT Airport.
- Reviews: 895
First World Hotel
First World Hotel is huge. Lobby has plenty of counters. You'll have a long walk from the Skyway station walking thru the mall. So if you're luggage is heavy, better bring a stroller. The hotel is easy to find with plenty of signages to follow. Check in is quick. Plenty of guest checking in even during the wee hours of the night. You can enjoy at their Indoor Theme Park as well as the Outdoor Theme Park. If you love casinos, there's Casino de Genting & Starworld. Aside from this hotel, there's also lots of hotels to choose from in this area. The area can get quite confusing at first but you'll get use to it after awhile.<br/><br/>The room is very satisfactory. It is huge, good showers, comfortable bed, clean, secured, separate lavatory, plenty of room for the luggage & it is also cheap. Take note that it has only a fan & no aircon. But it's ok coz the temperature outside is freezing cold being located in highland. <br/><br/>As for food, you can eat cheaply at their food court. Plenty of eateries to choose from.
Hotel with an indoor theme park.
- Reviews: 895
Stay Orange Hotel
Stay Orange is centrally located in Petaling Street, Chinatown. It is very accessible with 3 stations nearby namely, Putra line Pasar Seni, Star line Plaza Rakyat & Monorail Maharajalela Stations. It is also very near Kota Raya mall & Central Market. Temples are a walk away. Plenty of buses & taxis passing by at the junction. McDonalds is beside it. There's also a tourism booth. In short, it is in a very convenient location. <br/><br/>In terms of room, I can say am very satisfied with it. The rates are very cheap. Just book early. Comfortable bed, clean, secured, powerful hot & cold showers, toilet, aircon. The only drawback is the size of the room which is very small barely a space for the luggage & also the TV which doesn't work well. But overall it's still ok & it's worth staying. Note also that the bathroom door is transparent so if you're uncomfortable with your companion, better book a separate room.
- Reviews: 14
Pan Pacific Kuala Lumpur: Superb hotel in ideal location
We stayed at the Pan Pacific for a week during June 2006. This hotel is fantastic! It is the type of hotel you look forward to going back to after a day's sightseeing in Kuala Lumpur. It's perfectly located in the middle of everything. The rooms are amazing and the interior of the hotel is stunning. Our room was massive and had a view of the Petronas Twin Towers!
Ideal location in the centre of Kuala Lumpur<br/>Massive rooms with great views<br/>Very high standard throughout
- Reviews: 1
Gardens Hotel Midvalley: Gardens Hotel Midvalley - Never Again
We've been here 3 times before, once in Club (Executive floor) and twice in the regular rooms. After the 1st stay in Club in Dec 2008, we decided not to waste the money. The food selection in Club was poor, cookies were stale, drinks limited and staff friendly but amateurish. I've had much better - alcohol on demand, Haagen Dazs ice cream free flow and high quality food and drink in an ambience of peace and seclusion. <br/>Nonetheless we like its location in Midvalley and the access to food and shopping.<br/><br/>Regular rooms were exactly the same as Club rooms except that we didnt have access to Club floor. Having faced the awesome hordes at Breakfast - queues 20-30 people long, food not topped up and plates not cleared (you get the drift), we decided to try Club again. Any better... ? Read on.<br/><br/>This time was insane. Came with family and my brother and his family. Checked in Thurs 17 Dec at 3 pm. 2 Rooms on Club floor. Couldnt find anywhere to park. The Valet even refused to take our car. In the end we had to give our car to the Valet in the Shopping Centre next door - totally unrelated Valet companies I warn you.<br/><br/>1st thing in - my kids noticed there was no toilet paper, no face towels and no bath towels. The extra bed hadnt been installed but we gave them some allowance as this usually takes some time. Gave the bellboy a nice tip to ensure that these things were settled. Took the precaution to call Housekeeping to settle toilet paper and towels. "Yes sir, Yes sir"<br/><br/>Went up to Club Lounge. Nothing changed. Drinks were still limited. No orange juice. Great - kids had to contend with pineapple or guava. Cookies were all flavoured with cinammon or ginger. No plain cookies for the little ones. Soft drinks in 2L bottles..... (you get the drift). As a precaution, told the Club staff about our Housekeeping needs. Please ensure. "Yes sir, Yes sir"<br/><br/>Left for a swim and returned at 6:30. No extra bed. No towels and no toilet paper. We were reduced to sharing 2 towels between 2 rooms and reusing pool towels. Made another phone call to Housekeeping. "Yes sir, Yes sir - (you get the drift)"<br/><br/>Returned about 930pm after dinner. Ah..... extra bed had been installed. Hang on.... still no toilet paper and no towels. My son had a stomach ache.....I was starting to frown deeply. Tissue box !! Oh oh ..... only 3 pieces of tissue. My frown became deeper. So it was back to sharing (thank God for family). ONE ROLL OF TOILET PAPER BETWEEN 2 CLUB ROOMS.... I called Housekeeping again. I did not lose my cool. I spoke nicely. "Yes sir, Yes sir". Tried another approach and also called Club Floor for the missing items. "Yes sir, Yes sir"<br/><br/>1045 pm. Nothing had materialised since 3pm, 3 calls to Housekeeping, 2 reports to Club Floor and a handsome tip to the bellboy. My nephew had also since then developed an urge to defecate. Our toilet paper status was getting grim.<br/><br/>No choice. Batman wasnt going to come save us. Dad had to do the unpleasant task of introducing himself to the Night Manager. 30 minutes later - 4 rolls of toilet paper and a mound of towels. Some muttered apology and a promise to bring it up at the morning meeting. <br/><br/>Service recovery? None. No fruit basket, no free upgrade, no voucher for our next trip..... zip. Which kinda summarises my score for this hotel. (Tripadvisor doesnt allow zero ratings).<br/><br/>Oh and the nightmare didnt end there..... our cars took 40 minutes (enough time to drive to Seremban!) to retrieve from the reserved Valet lots when we checked out on 19 Dec. Even though the driveway in front of the hotel was devoid of cars. We almost wanted to report our vehicles missing.<br/><br/>So..... save yourselves the angst my dear reader. Give this hotel a very wide berth. If you're not convinced by my review and do choose to stay here, do not book a room with breakfast. There is so much food within walking distance you wont regret saving yourself a few tens of dollars. We valued location over service for the very last time. Never again. Stay somewhere else and commute to Midvalley for your shopping.
Outstandingly bad service, over crowded and unresponsive. A nightmare
- Reviews: 286
DÓriental Inn: Chinatown Hotel - mid range - great location
Only stayed here one night when I couldn't get in to the cheaper China Town Inn but I would stay here again.<br/><br/>A bit dearer than ChinaTown Inn but it is a newer, nicer Hotel.<br/><br/>Staff were very friendly and helped with all questions.<br/><br/>Rooms were lovely, quiet and with A/C - important when you are in the middle of China Town.<br/><br/>As with most of my reviews, this hotel is more suited to women, solo travellers who don't want to hostel....and if you have a few more dollars to spare
In the heart of ChinaTown - what more can you ask? Close to Bus and train stations
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