MalaysiaKuala LumpurKLCC
2R2B Rooftop Pool luxury Home for 8

Ganze Unterkunft

8 Gäste

2 Schlafzimmer

5 Betten
MalaysiaKuala LumpurKLCC
2R2B Rooftop Pool luxury Home for 8


Ganze Unterkunft

8 Gäste

2 Schlafzimmer

5 Betten


Ganze Unterkunft

8 Gäste

2 Schlafzimmer

5 Betten

1 Erwachsener
0 Kinder
Alter: 2–12 J.
0 Kleinkinder
Unter 2 J.
Höchstens 8 Gäste. Kleinkinder werden nicht in die Gesamtzahl der Gäste eingerechnet.
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Über dieses Inserat

A flagship all-suite residential style dwelling, conveniently located in the vicinity of ‘The Golden Triangle' known as the city's commercial, shopping and entertainment hub. Majestically overlooking the city skyline with views of PETRONAS & KLTowers


Die Unterkunft
Badezimmer: 2
Schlafzimmer: 2
Betten: 5
Check-in: Jederzeit nach 15:00
Check-out: 11:00
Art des Zimmers: Ganze Unterkunft

Ausstattung

Preise
Zusätzliche Personen: 29€ / Nacht bei mehr als 2 Gästen
Reinigungsgebühr: 38€
Kaution: 238€
Wochenrabatt: 21%
Stornierung: Streng
Wochenendpreis: 95€ / Nacht

Beschreibung

A flagship all-suite residential style dwelling, conveniently located in the vicinity of ‘The Golden Triangle' known as the city's commercial, shopping and entertainment hub. Majestically overlooking the city skyline with views of PETRONAS & KLTowers

2 BEDROOMS 2 BATHROOMS with bathtub DELUXE – 98 sqm / 1060sf
A perfect choice of accommodation on sharing basis for two or more on business or ideal for a family on leisure. A city dwelling designed with the comfort of home in mind featuring a spacious kitchen with modern appliances, dining area, en suite bathroom with shower, two bedrooms, and one bathroom. The stylish 2 Bedroom Superior is ideal for the international executive and family.

Features:

King size bed and Queen size bed
En suite bathroom with shower
LED TV
Living Room with Sofa
Dining table for 2
Modern kitchenette with appliances (kitchen hood, hob, microwave oven, and full set refrigerator)

FREE ACCESS!
Experience city living with recreation and activities offered and recommended by KL Suites for an ultimate relaxation and revitalization.

Around hotel

Infinity pool on Sky Deck
Located on the 51st floor and the highest floor of the building, this 38-metre long and borderless pool comes with stunning panoramic views of the city which includes both Petronas Twin Towers and KL Tower. A perfect spot to enjoy the sunset while relaxing in the pool.
Children's Wading Pool
Located on the 51st floor and next to the infinity pool.
Gymnasium
Get fit with the latest cardiovascular and strength machines. Located on the 51st floor, enjoy daily workout session together with amazing views of the city.

We will be there to receive our guest. Guest is welcome to contact us for any assistant required (from 10am-8pm)

IMPORTANT!
guest is required to provide flight details so that we can be there at the lobby to receive you without delay on your check in

* RM 50-100 will be charged should the guest needs help later than the hours mentioned.

KLCC Park
The 50-acre tropical landscape in the heart of city provides an urban sanctuary for all. With approximately 20 minutes by walking distance to the park, this lush area accentuated with specially designed water features and has various amenities such as a two-acre children's playground, symphony fountain, wading pool, jogging track, shelters and benches, patterned foot-paths and sculptures.
KL Forest Eco Park (formerly known as Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve)
Located at Jalan Raja Chulan and about 17 minutes by walking distance, it is one of the oldest permanent forest reserves in Malaysia. Experience the nature right in the middle of hustle and bustle city.

CITY ATTRACTIONS
Bukit Bintang
Bukit Bintang is a well known area of Kuala Lumpur, famed for shopping and entertainment. Be assured that you can find a source of entertainment or retail outlet to suit any type and size of purse or wallet. Bukit Bintang is bustling with activity in the morning, noon and for most parts of the night.

Better known for its shopping districts, Bukit Bintang is packed with malls within walking distance of each other. These super sized malls features every conceivable paraphernalia and merchandise, leaving you spoilt for choice. Some of the more popular shopping complexes in this district are; Sungei Wang Plaza, BB Plaza, Starhill, Lot 10, Pavillion, Imbi Plaza, Low Yat and Berjaya Times Square.

How to get there:

By train: from Bukit Nanas Station to Bukit Bintang Station>br> By walk: 28 minute (1.6 km)

Central Market
Built in 1888, the Central Market found along Jalan Hang Kasturi was originally an open food market, or what can be called a wet market. Considered as a heritage site by the Malaysian Heritage Society, this market is a cultural and heritage landmark of Malaysia.

The Central Market is designed around the multi-racial culture of Malaysia. Malaysia is known as a peaceful and harmonious country, where different races and ethnicities co-exist. This is reflected through the new zone in the market that is divided into typically Malaysian, Chinese and Indian themes. Known to be a haven of traditional artefacts, the Central Market is brimming with batiks, clothes, shoes, leather goods, bags, ceramics, hand-made puppets, paintings, tea houses, IT products and so much more. All products are sold at reasonable prices, and visitors can have their portraits painted and order custom made crafts to take home with them.

How to get there:

By train: from Dang Wangi Station to Pasar Seni Station
By car: 10 minute (2.2 km)

Chinatown, Jalan Petaling
At the heart of Kuala Lumpur is an area which never sleeps, and far more colourful and bustling than its bigger and more glamourous neighbours, KLCC & Bukit Bintang. Chinatown, based in Petaling Street, is also known as 'Chee Cheong Kai' (Starch Factory Street), a reference to its roots as a tapioca-producing district. Deeply immersed in Oriental culture, heritage and history, Chinatown is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist spots in Malaysia.

Chinatown is also a well-known bargain hunter's paradise, a place where you can find all sorts of stuff from Chinese herbs to imitation goods. At night, its main market area, Petaling Street, transforms into a lively and vibrant night market, filled with hundreds of stalls offering all kinds of goods at dirt-cheap prices, and the best thing is, the prices can be brought lower still as haggling is the way of life here.

How to get there:

By train: from Dang Wangi Station to Masjid Jamek Station then 10 minute walk to Chinatown
By car: 12 minute (2.7 km)

Merdeka Square
The Merdeka Square (Independence Square or Dataran Merdeka) is situated in the center of the city. It's close to the Gombak river, the Masjid Jamek, Central Market and China Town. It's the core of KL's history. Here you find buildings like the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the Royal Selangor Club, and the National History museum. Some of them peppered with Moorish flavour. A 100 metre-high flagpole marks the spot where the Malayan Flag was hoisted on August (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)gnifying the independence of the country from British rule.

Merdeka Square is also the popular venue for various other events - open air concerts, carnivals, starting/finishing point for marathons etc. Occasionally it will be turned into battle ground for cricket match, just like it used to be during the colonial days.

How to get there:

By train: from Dang Wangi Station to Masjid Jamek Station then 5 minute walk to Merdeka square
By car: 7 minute (2.5 km)

Mid Valley Megamall, Mid Valley City
Mid Valley Megamall is home to a myriad of retail experiences unlike any other, ranging from a dazzling array of fashion and lifestyle innovations to home furnishings, cosmetics and healthcare essentials to wining, dining and all things entertainment. With 1.7 million square feet nett lettable and over four hundreds retailers in twelve categories, there are plenty to keep devoted shoppers grinning. It houses signature anchor tenants AEON, AEON BIG, Metrojaya, and Golden Screen Cinemas amongst 430 specialty stores including high fashion international brands Superdry, Cath Kidston, Bauhaus, Bershka, Forever 21, Guess, H.E. By Mango, Kipling, Miss Selfridge, Swarovski, Timberland, Topshop / Topman, Uniqlo and Zara and local brands such as Padini Concept Store.

Wander around the massive complex and you might stumble upon some of the junior anchor specialty shops, including Celebrity Fitness, MPH Bookstores and the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre (MVEC), complete with an atrium and 3 halls within 67,621 square feet.

How to get there:

By train: from Dang Wangi Station to KL Sentral Station then exchange KTM train to Mid Valley Station
By car: 15 minute (9.7 km)

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
At the heart of the trendy Bukit Bintang district lies the perfect reason to indulge in fashion, food and urban leisure. Experience the excitement of this 1.37 mil sq ft retail haven with 500 outlets offering the finest fashion and home furnishing to entertainment and culinary delights.

Let the endless appeal of Malaysia's premier shopping destination awaken your senses the moment you arrive at its doorstep. Pavilion Kuala Lumpur contains over 450 retail shops that are spread across seven levels. There are a number of double-storey flagship stores, of which some are street-front fashion boutiques which constitute the shopping mall.

How to get there:

By train: from Bukit Nanas Station to Bukit Bintang / Raja Chulan monorail station
By car: 6 minute (2.0 km)

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
Sunway Lagoon offers adults and children non-stop fun and entertainment – all in one place! Enjoy the ultimate theme park experience with over 80 attractions sprawled across 88 acres of land!

Have a splashing good time at the Water Park before enjoying the fun and excitement of the Amusement Park rides with the little ones. Go wild and interact with the animals at the Wildlife Park and gear up for more action at the Extreme Park before facing your fears at Scream Park. Whatever your fantasy, Sunway Lagoon has it!

Sunway Lagoon has also hosted some of the biggest global music events such as the world renowned Arthur's Day Celebration (2009 & 2010) and MTV World Stage (2009, 2010, 2012 & 2013).

Sunway Lagoon has been awarded multiple accolades which include Asia's Best Waterpark and Asia's Best Attraction by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) as well as the Best Man-Made Tourist Attraction by Tourism Malaysia Truly, Sunway Lagoon is the ultimate FUN destination. For more information log in the (EMAIL HIDDEN)

How to get there:

By train: from Dang Wangi Station to Kelana Jaya Station then catch a feeder bus to Sunway Pyramid stop
By car: 28 minute (20 km)

Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman is one of the most famous roads in Kuala Lumpur for shopping. It is a place where one will meet locals from all walks of life enjoying a shopping spree till their heart's content. Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman also attracts tourists worldwide, who wish to savour the local lifestyle and take a memento of Kuala Lumpur back home.

The road is nestled in the business district of Kuala Lumpur and runs close to the famous Little India, also known as Jalan Masjid India. Shopping in this area adds a novel experience, as the road is packed with pre-war buildings that today houses modern retail outlets. One will discover a plethora of items to shop here, ranging from leather goods to fabrics, silverware to carpets and more. Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman is also famous for its contemporary upscale malls. One such is Maju Junction Mall, which features numerous specialty and lifestyle shops topped with premier labels. Another is Sogo Shopping Complex, one of the biggest in the city, which offers unbeatable dining, entertainment and shopping choices.

How to get there:
By walk: 13 minute (850 m)
By car: 2 minute (850 m)

Lake Gardens
The Lake Garden's opening in May 1975 was officiated by the second Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Haji Abdul Razak Hussein. Extending over 92 hectares of land, the Lake Gardens houses various parks and gardens. As of today, there are five other gardens and parks which are open to the public daily. They include the Orchid Garden which is filled with over 800 species of orchids. At the Orchid Garden, visitors may take as many pictures as they like and they can even buy a few pots of orchid home. The other garden is the Hibiscus Garden where our national flower grows in abundance.

Next is the famous Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, the home of more than 3000 birds from 200 species. The other two remaining parks are the Butterfly Park Kuala Lumpur and the Deer Park Kuala Lumpur. In the Butterfly Park, you can find over 6000 butterflies from more than 120 different species. The Deer Park also has several species of deer for visitors to see and feed. The National Monument Kuala Lumpur is just opposite the Lake Gardens. Take the chance to have a look and stroll around this historical site of Malaysia. The Lake Gardens is an awfully huge place that may leave you with aching feet if you try to walk the whole place.

How to get there:
By car: 15 minute (4.7 km)

You may use Uber or GrabCar to book your private driver to drive you around ^^
Taxi are easily get at the front of the building too!

Nearest Train Station:KL Sentral 20-min drive
Nearest KL Light Rail Station:Bukit Nanas (Monorail)5-min walk to Dang Wangi (LRT) 5-min walk
Shopping Mall - By monorail
Pavillion 2 stops,
KLCC/ Bukit Bintang 3 stops
Quill Mall 1 stop

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS - By Walking
Shopping (Supermarkets)
Quill City Mall (AEON Supermarket)10 minutes walking distance
Suria KLCC (Isetan & Cold Storage Supermarket)20 minutes walking distance
Avenue K (Presto Supermarket)20 minutes walking distance

Night Entertainment
Hard Rock Café5 minutes walking distance
Sultan Lounge20 minutes walking distance
Marini's on 5720 minutes walking distance

Places of interest
KL Tower25 minutes walking distance
Petronas Twin Towers20 minutes walking distance
Aquaria KLCC23 minutes walking distance

Restaurants
Saloma Bistro & Theatre Restaurant5 minutes walking distance
La Scala Italian Restaurant & Lounge Bar
15 minutes walking distance
Atmosphere 360 (Revolving Restaurant @ KL Tower)20 minutes walking distance

CITY ATTRACTIONS
Bukit Bintang
Bukit Bintang is a well known area of Kuala Lumpur, famed for shopping and entertainment. Be assured that you can find a source of entertainment or retail outlet to suit any type and size of purse or wallet. Bukit Bintang is bustling with activity in the morning, noon and for most parts of the night.

Better known for its shopping districts, Bukit Bintang is packed with malls within walking distance of each other. These super sized malls features every conceivable paraphernalia and merchandise, leaving you spoilt for choice. Some of the more popular shopping complexes in this district are; Sungei Wang Plaza, BB Plaza, Starhill, Lot 10, Pavillion, Imbi Plaza, Low Yat and Berjaya Times Square.
How to get there:
By train: from Bukit Nanas Station to Bukit Bintang Station>br> By walk: 28 minute (1.6 km)

Central Market
Built in 1888, the Central Market found along Jalan Hang Kasturi was originally an open food market, or what can be called a wet market. Considered as a heritage site by the Malaysian Heritage Society, this market is a cultural and heritage landmark of Malaysia.

The Central Market is designed around the multi-racial culture of Malaysia. Malaysia is known as a peaceful and harmonious country, where different races and ethnicities co-exist. This is reflected through the new zone in the market that is divided into typically Malaysian, Chinese and Indian themes. Known to be a haven of traditional artefacts, the Central Market is brimming with batiks, clothes, shoes, leather goods, bags, ceramics, hand-made puppets, paintings, tea houses, IT products and so much more. All products are sold at reasonable prices, and visitors can have their portraits painted and order custom made crafts to take home with them.
How to get there:
By train: from Dang Wangi Station to Pasar Seni Station
By car: 10 minute (2.2 km)

Chinatown, Jalan Petaling
At the heart of Kuala Lumpur is an area which never sleeps, and far more colourful and bustling than its bigger and more glamourous neighbours, KLCC & Bukit Bintang. Chinatown, based in Petaling Street, is also known as 'Chee Cheong Kai' (Starch Factory Street), a reference to its roots as a tapioca-producing district. Deeply immersed in Oriental culture, heritage and history, Chinatown is undoubtedly one of the most popular tourist spots in Malaysia.

Chinatown is also a well-known bargain hunter's paradise, a place where you can find all sorts of stuff from Chinese herbs to imitation goods. At night, its main market area, Petaling Street, transforms into a lively and vibrant night market, filled with hundreds of stalls offering all kinds of goods at dirt-cheap prices, and the best thing is, the prices can be brought lower still as haggling is the way of life here.
How to get there:
By train: from Dang Wangi Station to Masjid Jamek Station then 10 minute walk to Chinatown
By car: 12 minute (2.7 km)

Merdeka Square
The Merdeka Square (Independence Square or Dataran Merdeka) is situated in the center of the city. It's close to the Gombak river, the Masjid Jamek, Central Market and China Town. It's the core of KL's history. Here you find buildings like the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, the Royal Selangor Club, and the National History museum. Some of them peppered with Moorish flavour. A 100 metre-high flagpole marks the spot where the Malayan Flag was hoisted on August (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN)gnifying the independence of the country from British rule.

Merdeka Square is also the popular venue for various other events - open air concerts, carnivals, starting/finishing point for marathons etc. Occasionally it will be turned into battle ground for cricket match, just like it used to be during the colonial days.
How to get there:
By train: from Dang Wangi Station to Masjid Jamek Station then 5 minute walk to Merdeka square
By car: 7 minute (2.5 km)

Mid Valley Megamall, Mid Valley City
Mid Valley Megamall is home to a myriad of retail experiences unlike any other, ranging from a dazzling array of fashion and lifestyle innovations to home furnishings, cosmetics and healthcare essentials to wining, dining and all things entertainment. With 1.7 million square feet nett lettable and over four hundreds retailers in twelve categories, there are plenty to keep devoted shoppers grinning. It houses signature anchor tenants AEON, AEON BIG, Metrojaya, and Golden Screen Cinemas amongst 430 specialty stores including high fashion international brands Superdry, Cath Kidston, Bauhaus, Bershka, Forever 21, Guess, H.E. By Mango, Kipling, Miss Selfridge, Swarovski, Timberland, Topshop / Topman, Uniqlo and Zara and local brands such as Padini Concept Store.

Wander around the massive complex and you might stumble upon some of the junior anchor specialty shops, including Celebrity Fitness, MPH Bookstores and the Mid Valley Exhibition Centre (MVEC), complete with an atrium and 3 halls within 67,621 square feet.
How to get there:
By train: from Dang Wangi Station to KL Sentral Station then exchange KTM train to Mid Valley Station
By car: 15 minute (9.7 km)

Pavilion Kuala Lumpur
At the heart of the trendy Bukit Bintang district lies the perfect reason to indulge in fashion, food and urban leisure. Experience the excitement of this 1.37 mil sq ft retail haven with 500 outlets offering the finest fashion and home furnishing to entertainment and culinary delights.

Let the endless appeal of Malaysia's premier shopping destination awaken your senses the moment you arrive at its doorstep. Pavilion Kuala Lumpur contains over 450 retail shops that are spread across seven levels. There are a number of double-storey flagship stores, of which some are street-front fashion boutiques which constitute the shopping mall.
How to get there:
By train: from Bukit Nanas Station to Bukit Bintang / Raja Chulan monorail station
By car: 6 minute (2.0 km)

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
Sunway Lagoon offers adults and children non-stop fun and entertainment – all in one place! Enjoy the ultimate theme park experience with over 80 attractions sprawled across 88 acres of land!

Have a splashing good time at the Water Park before enjoying the fun and excitement of the Amusement Park rides with the little ones. Go wild and interact with the animals at the Wildlife Park and gear up for more action at the Extreme Park before facing your fears at Scream Park. Whatever your fantasy, Sunway Lagoon has it!

Sunway Lagoon has also hosted some of the biggest global music events such as the world renowned Arthur's Day Celebration (2009 & 2010) and MTV World Stage (2009, 2010, 2012 & 2013).

Sunway Lagoon has been awarded multiple accolades which include Asia's Best Waterpark and Asia's Best Attraction by the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) as well as the Best Man-Made Tourist Attraction by Tourism Malaysia Truly, Sunway Lagoon is the ultimate FUN destination. For more information log in the (EMAIL HIDDEN)
How to get there:
By train: from Dang Wangi Station to Kelana Jaya Station then catch a feeder bus to Sunway Pyramid stop
By car: 28 minute (20 km)

Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman
Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman is one of the most famous roads in Kuala Lumpur for shopping. It is a place where one will meet locals from all walks of life enjoying a shopping spree till their heart's content. Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman also attracts tourists worldwide, who wish to savour the local lifestyle and take a memento of Kuala Lumpur back home.

The road is nestled in the business district of Kuala Lumpur and runs close to the famous Little India, also known as Jalan Masjid India. Shopping in this area adds a novel experience, as the road is packed with pre-war buildings that today houses modern retail outlets. One will discover a plethora of items to shop here, ranging from leather goods to fabrics, silverware to carpets and more. Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman is also famous for its contemporary upscale malls. One such is Maju Junction Mall, which features numerous specialty and lifestyle shops topped with premier labels. Another is Sogo Shopping Complex, one of the biggest in the city, which offers unbeatable dining, entertainment and shopping choices.
How to get there:
By walk: 13 minute (850 m)
By car: 2 minute (850 m)

Lake Gardens
The Lake Garden's opening in May 1975 was officiated by the second Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tun Haji Abdul Razak Hussein. Extending over 92 hectares of land, the Lake Gardens houses various parks and gardens. As of today, there are five other gardens and parks which are open to the public daily. They include the Orchid Garden which is filled with over 800 species of orchids. At the Orchid Garden, visitors may take as many pictures as they like and they can even buy a few pots of orchid home. The other garden is the Hibiscus Garden where our national flower grows in abundance.

Next is the famous Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, the home of more than 3000 birds from 200 species. The other two remaining parks are the Butterfly Park Kuala Lumpur and the Deer Park Kuala Lumpur. In the Butterfly Park, you can find over 6000 butterflies from more than 120 different species. The Deer Park also has several species of deer for visitors to see and feed. The National Monument Kuala Lumpur is just opposite the Lake Gardens. Take the chance to have a look and stroll around this historical site of Malaysia. The Lake Gardens is an awfully huge place that may leave you with aching feet if you try to walk the whole place.
How to get there:
By car: 15 minute (4.7 km)

NO SMOKING IN THE PROPERTY!

All food waste must be trashed every day!


Hausregeln
Der Check-in ist nach 15:00.

- Strictly No Smoking allowed in the premises.
- No friends are allowed to visit in the unit except at the lobby or at the public area
- No high volume of noise after 12 mid nite
- Drinking of alcohol is permitted but DO NOT get drunk! Drunken guest caused harm to others will be asked to leave the unit IMMEDIATELY with no refund of the balance!
- Guest who messed and caused horrible dirt will be charged with USD200 for cleaning.
- Guests are adviced to take off shoes inside the house :D
- Clean up the place like your home when you leave. Guest stays more than 7 days will be provided with a maid once a week at No charge! Bed Linings and towels will be changed once a week!
- Guests are adviced to wash all the dishes after used and to trash the kitchen waste every day to ensure no breed of flies and caused smell in the unit.
- Guest will be provided 1 spare bath towels, therefore guest is advisable to wash the towels in the unit. (We care for our global by using water sparingly!)
- Guests are adviced not to make noise in the elevators, hallways, lobby, etc...
- Access card and door key 1 unit* will be given upon your check-in
- Turn off all the switches eg air conditioning, heater, lights and Unplugged before you leave the your 'Home'.
* lost key/access card will be charged RM300 for replacement :-(


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Hi All... I am Eunice! I am bred & born in Kuala Lumpur! I have a few units chic and cozy apartments here in KLCC! Well, do check them out by CLICK on my "Profile Picture" to pick your favorite unit!! ^^

I am witty, helpful and friendly... love to cook, learn new things and meet new people. I like clean, cozy and greenness place. I am in small business. My working place is not too far away from my apartment. I enjoy eating good, healthy and tasty foods! I enjoy driving and traveling. I travelled to Korea at least once a year for my business. I have been to Vanice, Milan, Frankfurt, HK, Bali, Bangkok, Phuket, Vietnam and China (Gzh, Beijing Shanghai and Xmn). I hardly read book! But I like to watch documentaries, comedies, romantics and dramas. I like to listen to jazz, house, lounge and classic music!

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