Hotel Maya - Kuala Lumpur
Strategically located along Jalan Ampang, Hotel Maya Kuala Lumpur rest in the heart of the city’s business and commercial district and just a stroll away the famous Twin Towers where the mega-shopping haven, Suria KLCC lies and Zouk KL, the city’s hottest nightclubs.
The hotel embraces the unique concept of a boutique urban resort, which leaves you with an exquisite feeling of being in a resort with plenty of open, airy spaces. The reception adopts a seated checkin concept that allows you to have maximum privacy and minimum intrusion. You may also enjoy a glass of ginger or lemongrass while waiting for your room to be ready. Flanking the reception area on both sides are the Lobby Lounge with its wide selection of snacks, cocktails and mocktails as well as nightly live entertainment. Computer stations and cubicles with plug-in points are available for guests to surf in peace. All 207 guestrooms of which 107 are suites are contemporary designed, spacious, stylish, and with plenty of natural light. I stayed in a Studio Room that comes with a magnifi cent view of the Twin Towers, looming large before me. Next to the window are a stylish chaise longue in pink suede and a sizeable work desk with a sliding desktop. The rooms are well appointed with in-room DVD players, flat at screen TVs, advanced telephone system, broadband and WIFI internet access. All bathrooms have specially created natural soaps and bathroom amenities. Each room also has a pillow menu that guests may select for a comfortable night rest. Butlers are provided on each fl oor to cater to guests every need. Hotel Maya Kuala Lumpur has three Food and Beverage options. Ramah Tamah deli serves sandwiches and mouth-watering cakes, great for a quick coffee break or a light lunch. For a wide array of both a la carte selections and mouthwatering buffet, head down to Maya Brasserie, which offers a wide selection of local favorites. This restaurant serves delectable authentic Malay cuisine in the evening. Still Waters provides contemporary dining known as ‘Sosaku’, a modern Japanese cuisine fusion with infl uences from Thailand, Korea, France and other parts of the world. Guests of at the hotel can also have exclusive access to the Sky Lounge on Level 13. The Sky Lounge has a mini library and a bar, where guests can enjoy a cigar and a drink or two. Its balcony offers breathtaking sight of the city at night. The hotel’s Anggun Spa on Level 3 is in a class of its own. From the moment you step into the place, staff greets you warmly and prepares you for your treatment. One can never felt more pampered. The Spa provides various massages, healing therapies as well as soothing treatment. A must-try is the Maya Signature massage, which combines therapeutic goodness of nature and age old tradition. A combination of dry herbs compressed into a ball that is then warmed and soothingly applied to the body using traditional Malay massage techniques. The Spa also has a health food bar serving fresh juice and light meals made from organic ingredients. Surrounded by bamboo walls and roof, the heated hydrotherapy pool is Kuala Lumpur only hydrotherapy pool. Warm water jets massage your aching muscles, while Jacuzzi-like bubble jets soothe your troubles away. For a true Malaysian hospitality – Hotel Maya Kuala Lumpur is definitely an experience one will fi nd it hard to forget.
More information, please contact:
138, Jalan Ampang
50450 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: +60 3 2711 8866
Fax: +60 3 2711 9966
Email: [email protected]
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