Anggun Hotel, Kuala Lumpur ,
Malaysia, Western Malaysia
Info : Anggun Hotel, Kuala Lumpur
Anggun Boutique Hotel lovingly combines Malaysian history with boutique chic and modern architecture in bustling Bukit Bintang. The hotel has a friendly feel and a fabulous rooftop terrace restaurant. Bukit Bintang is a vibrant area full of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants within walking distance to many of KL's sights. Alor Street is great for eating, and China Town and the Central Market are just 15 minutes away on foot so this is a great place to stay if you really want to get out and about and try out the legendary Malaysian cuisine.
Anggun has 14 rooms and 4 suites, all of them air conditioned and decorated with lovely dark wood furniture and there is a good choice for families, couples, or solo travellers. It lacks the bling of the bigger 5- star hotels found in Kuala Lumpur but offers comfort in a casual, boutique setting.
Superior - This is what we would describe as our standard category. These will be decent 3/4* hotels providing a really good level of service. We would generally expect them to be providing a little something extra, in terms of character, guest experience or facilities too.
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