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Hotel Royale Chulan, KL

If you coming from Pavillion, just proceed to the KLCC-Bukit Bintang Walkway.

This is the link bridge from Pavillion

This is the link bridge from Pavillion

Go over to the side and  go down the elevator.  Turn right and cross a small road.  You will see Hakka Restaurant.

Hakka restaurant on the left

Hakka restaurant on the left

Proceed to walk toward Pullman hotel which is on the left.  From here, it is just a 2 minutes walk to Royale Chulan.  Located at posh residential area, it is quiet and peaceful.

Royale Chulan covers a massive area.  It is very well maintained and has huge armchairs and sofas in the grand lobby.

Grand lobby

Grand lobby

Service is fast and professional.  It has consistently stayed at the elite hotel rankings in Kuala Lumpur.

We stayed at the Deluxe room for 2 booked through the hotel website at MYR748 for 2 nights with breakfast included.  I am happy to say we enjoyed our stay very much.

The size of the room is huge and has all the luxury and comfort of a 5 star hotel.

Bedroom can be viewed from the bathroom with sliding windows

Bedroom can be viewed from the bathroom with sliding windows

 

Though we were at the 3rd level, we could able to have the view of the Petronas Towers through the room window.  The Towers  was especially awesome in the night.

View from Petronas Towers

View from Petronas Towers

Royale Chulan is famous for its enormous spread of breakfast which is the highlight of the stay.  There were just too much to choose.  I liked the pastry section.

Royale Chulan, KL

Royale Chulan, KL

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This entry was posted on February 27, 2017 by in Kuala Lumpur, travel.
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