Soaring over Kuala Lumpur’s bustling streets like the famous Petronas Towers nearby, the Mandarin Oriental is everything families or couples would expect for a luxurious city break.
643 rooms and suites are sumptuously and tastefully decoreated with top-notch technology. Choose from a city view, lush park view or the grand image of the Petronas Towers from your window. Club Rooms offer canapes and an exclusive breakfast area for a premium, while the two and three bedroom apartments are available for families as well.
Within the hotel itself there are a number of fantastic dining options locals come to savour. These include the Wasabi Bistro, a modern take on traditional Japanese fare; the Mandarin Grill, serving classic international options. A number of lounges and bars are vibrant watering holes in the evening.
For first timers to the city, tick off exploring the cultural area the Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur is conveniently situated in. Savour the scents of Little India, scale the Twin Towers and visit the heritage cricket grounds at Merdeka Square.
Families are most welcome with a dedicated children’s pool while special utensils and menus are available in the restaurants. Cots and interconnecting rooms are part of the set-up and babysitting is also available upon request. For longer stays, try out the tennis coaching for younger children.
Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur Information
- Location: Prime city-centre location, 28 minutes from the KL International Airport by Airport Express and 45 minutes by car
- Accomodation: 602 rooms, 41 suites, 51 executive apartments
- Facilities: Outdoor infinity swimming pools, 2 outdoor tennis courts, indoor golf centre, hair and beauty salon, fitness centre, spa boutique
- Activities: City tour to the spectcular sights of KL such as the Petronas Twin Towers, KL Towers etc, take a shopping trip to Suria KLCC, or some local handicrafts and souvenirs at the Central Market, or if you enjoy the thrills of haggling, mosey over to nearby Petaling Street where the stalls ply everything from fresh to faux goods
- Weather: Best times between March and September, though expect occasional showers typical of Southeas Asia
- Children: Welcome, gifts upon arrivals, babysitting services and children facilties such as the wading pool.