Being at the epicentre of the Malaysian capital, the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur benefits from some of the most magnificent views of the city. And the property makes full use of its location by cleverly positioning it’s reception on the 39th floor, where a spectacular panorama greets visitors and guests – including the Twin Towers in all her picture-perfect glory.
Whether one is there for a professional or personal stay, the property has just the right balance of business and pleasure. And it’s location means that one can take the city in on foot, exploring it’s famous Golden Triangle. Indulge in culinary adventures, hunt down some retail bargains or go full-throttle with the myriad of extravagant boutiques.
Malaysian hospitality is showcased throughout the hotel – a ready-smile and authentic warmth oozes through the walls of the Grand Hyatt, where needs are anticipated before they’re realized.
When it comes to dining options, the property doesn’t fall short. On street level, you will find JP Teres – a casual dining spot serving the best of Malaysian cuisine prepared in show kitchens, with indoor dining available as well as a large outdoor terrace, lush greenery landscape and an island bar. This is also where you’ll find yourself, should you be a sports fanatic.
THIRTY8, located on the 38th floor, as the name suggests, is the hotel’s signature and main culinary destination. Where breakfast is served daily, the restaurant boasts 360-degree views of the city, while offering visitors the chance to dine, drink and make merry. Adding to the liveliness are show kitchens where chefs prepare western, chinese and japanese cuisine.
The recently refurbished Poolhouse is a stunning glasshouse located on the second floor of the property. Swiss-born Executive Chef Rolf Knecht is a eco-warrior and pushes the boundaries when it comes to sustainability. He strongly advocates the use of local produce and will climb mountains (literally – ie: Cameron Highlands for its cooler climate and strawberries) to accomplish his goals.
The Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur boasts some of the largest guest rooms in the city, starting at 505 square feet (47 square metres). Each space was designed with floor-to-ceiling windows to maximise natural daylight, resulting in the rooms having an expansive view of the city, the greenery of KLCC Park or the Petronas Twin Towers. The use of warm and neutral earth tone interiors in the rooms enhance the welcoming feel that is projected throughout the property. There are a total of 411 guestrooms, including 42 suites.
Essa Spa, a marriage of the words ‘escape and sanctuary’, is an oasis from the busy city. The 11-treatment room spa offers guests a tranquil escape to indulge in therapies that are natural and result-oriented. The spa’s treatment ingredients are inspired by the rainforests of Malaysia, allowing guests to be pampered and achieve inner calmness and the powerful benefits of ramuan, the traditional Malay preparation of ingredients.
To work off all that Malaysian cuisine, there is a 24-hour fitness centre, steam room and sauna, whirlpool bath, and relaxation areas. The locker rooms also have a nifty swimsuit-drying machine that will have your wet clothes luggage-dry within minutes.
So, whether you have to visit KL for work, or you’ve chosen the destination for a quick getaway, the Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur promises to satisfy your every whim and fancy.
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