KL’s green hotel
Kellyn On says the hotel has been awarded the Green Building
Index (GBI) certification. at level 40 features an evocative light installation titled “Life:Resilient” by Venezuelan artist, Claudia Bueno.
The artist drew her inspiration primarily from Malaysia’s rich tropical flora, plants and sea-life — the forms of abstracted mushrooms, fungi, hibiscus flowers, ferns and coral will be seen floating above the reception of the hotel.
The light system changes softly with the time of the day, pulsating and coming alive as the colours change.
Meanwhile, the hotel’s meeting rooms are supported with audio-visual technology and a skilled team of meeting and event associates.
“Sunlight-filled rooms are fully equipped with modular furnishings. Following Element Hotels’ core philosophy, every event is smart and sustainable, utilising low impact eco-friendly practices where possible,” concludes On.
The Element Kuala Lumpur is scheduled to open this month.
Details at www.ElementHotels.com. The majestic view from the Element Kuala Lumpur.
The hotel uses NSF-certified filtered water system is installed in the kitchenette.