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Luxury worth spending for. Dec 28, 2013
We stayed in this hotel for two nights. Since we travelled in a big group (8 adults and 2 children), my aunt booked a two bedroom apartment.
Location wise, this hotel is actually not far from the touristy sites of the city. We spent about 7 Ringgit to go to Masjid India and it should probably cost not more than 20 ringgit to go KL Tower or Suria KLCC. As the hotel was built right next to three supermalls, Robinson, Isetan and The Garden, finding whatever you need is very very easy.
The apartment had a very spacious living room and bedrooms. There was also a small functioning kitchen complete with cooking utensils that my mum enjoyed using as she was staying in most of the final two days our trip in KL.
The staff there were amazing and ever so helpful. We requested for extra pillows which they provided albeit only they only gave two only but it was okay. The washrooms were immaculately clean but later on my cousin that the toilet flush didn't work really properly but it was not a major faulty, we just have to press the button in a certain way.
I would recommend this place to those who travel with their family and want to ensure their safety whilst enjoying the city.
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Good hotel for the price Jan 16, 2010
This hotel is situated in the mid valley area, just out of Bukit Bintang, but I was only going to KL for Xmas shopping ( I know this is a late review)
I picked this hotel as it's attached to two very large shopping malls, The Garden Mall, & the Mid Valley Mega Mall. So when it rains you don't have to get wet, plus there are cinemas in each of the malls, & it was nice going to see a recent movie, having a late supper & just meandering back to the room without having to catch transport.
I found the service very good & the rooms very nice.
The room had a king size bed, quite comfortable, with a pillow menu, large flat sereen tv, an armchair, good size desk,good air con, & lighting. There was a safe, mini bar, & tea & coffee.
Bathroom was very nice, had separate bath, & shower, where you had the ordinary one & a rainforest shower. The toilet was separate as well, so if one of you want to use the bathroom, the other can use the loo. There was an iron & ironing board, slippers & bathrobes.Good full range of toiletries.
Terrific pool area, it's one of those infinity pools, & there's a bar. Didn't use the gym, but it was large, & looked good.
Breakfast was fab, a buffet, to cater for all nationalities, there was even smoked salmon.
There's a train station attached to the mall, but taxi's are cheap.
Only left the hotel area once, as I've been before to KL but my friend hadn't & wanted to see the twin towers.
The Gardens Hotel & Residences Overview
This hotel is situated in Mid Valley City. Kuala Lumpur and Petaling Jaya are almost equidistant from this location. Kuala Lumpur is a center of business and commerce. There are also numerous cultural attractions to explore within the city. There is an express train route that runs from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to the center of the city. Private transit can provide a route to Mid Valley City.
There are several different options for rooms at this facility. Gardens Kuala Lumpur provides all of them with a minibar, a coffeemaker and a safe. Each of the rooms is air conditioned and is provided with a flat-screen television. The rooms have private baths, which contain both showers and tubs.
This hotel offers its guests Italian and Japanese fare at its onsite restaurant. Gardens Kuala Lumpur is also provided with a snack bar, which is next to the swimming pool. There are conferencing facilities at this hotel, as well, and they can host meetings with up to 100 attendees.
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