With a spectacular view of the Petronas Twin Towers, your stay at these hotels will definitely be the ones you’re sure to remember.
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If you wanna book a hotel for a business trip or even a staycation, you must want a room with a view right? I mean who doesn’t?
So for those touring or having a trip in KL, having a room with a view of the majestic KL’s Petronas Twin Towers should be quite a breathtaking experience to remember. We mean, hello, we gotta have a backdrop for those staycation OOTDs right?
Thanks to @ngidamMy and a bit more addition from us, we’ve compiled some of the hotels with the best views of the twin tower skyscraper.
Here are some of the suggestions:
Owned by Shangri-La, this hotel is strategically located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. It’s conveniently located adjacent to Suria KLCC mall and Bukit Bintang shopping district so you can shop to your heart’s content. They also have a SkyBar here, one of the leading rooftop bars in KL, with a spectacular Twin Towers view which won several awards.
EQ Kuala Lumpur
Also at the heart of Kuala Lumpur, it’s actually a stone’s throw away from the Golden Triangle’s most popular attractions. Originally known as Hotel Equatorial, it went through redevelopment to make way for a bigger, better and all-new successor. They also have a 25-meter infinity pool with a jaw-dropping view of Kuala Lumpur’s skyline you know.
Tucked between the lush green KLCC Park and the striking Twin Towers, Mandarin Oriental offers impressive views. Also, if you want some authentic dim sums or exclusive afternoon tea sets, you can visit their Lai Po Heen and also Lounge At The Park.
Hotel Stripes Kuala Lumpur
Being of the two Malaysian hotels under Autograph Collection Hotels, Hotel Stripes is located in Jalan Kamunting. There, you can visit The Row, which has around 22 1940s shophouses featuring restaurants, cafes, art galleries and crative businesses.
The RuMa Hotel & Residences
Being minutes away from the Petronas Twin Towers, this luxury hotel features rooms with a touch of home. Literally means home or ‘rumah’, this hotel is also located in the very heart of the Golden Triangle so you can ideally experience the city’s attractions easily.
Who doesn’t know Shangri-La? It’s owned by the richest man in Malaysia, Robert Kuok, the Johor born Malaysian Chinese that started this luxury hotel chain with it’s first hotel in Singapore back in 1971.
Located in Jalan Sultan Ismail, the Shangri-La KL is strategically located in close proximity to local attractions and sights.
Prized for being a luxury hotel near the Petronas Twin Towers, Impiana KLCC hotel is a walking distance to the towers, KLCC convention center and Pavillion Kuala Lumpur. You can gaze at the iconic towers from their infinity swimming pool or just use their skybridge to explore key attractions near their hotel.
Pullman KLCC Hotel and Residences
Having two locations in KL (the other one in Bangsar), the Pullman KLCC Hotel and Residences is conveniently located opposite Pavillion shopping mall with sky bridge walkways to connect travellers to the local attractions.
W Kuala Lumpur
Located literally a few minutes away from the Petronas Twin Towers, W Kuala Lumpur is a hotel at Jalan Ampang. You can enjoy the spectacular view of the skycraper at their outdoor pool connected to their bar called WET.
Banyan Tree Kuala Lumpur
Banyan Tree is a modern high-rise hotel, also located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle. They also have a vibrant rooftop bar named Vertigo for you to enjoy your night accompanied by the breath-taking city skyline.
Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur
One of the most luxurios hotels in Kuala Lumpur, Grand Hyatt KL is also within walking distance to the vibrant Golden triangle entertainment precint, shopping district and dining scene. They even have rooms with the names ‘Twin Tower View’ so if you still can’t see the twin towers in this hotel, we just don’t know what to say.
Of course there are other hotels and Airbnbs with views of the Petronas Twin Towers. It’s just a matter of distance whether the towers are close or a bit far. Nevertherless, close or far, day or night, you really can’t deny the magnificent view of our beloved world’s tallest twin skyscraper.