Time Out Malaysia Visitors Guide - - KL & SURROUNDS -

Lux­u­ri­ous and af­ford­able at once, the ho­tel is a mon­u­ment to choice hos­pi­tal­ity and an icon of in­dul­gence in the bustling heart of Malaysia’s cap­i­tal. Flanked by prom­i­nent land­marks in­clud­ing the Petronas Twin Tow­ers and Suria KLCC, the Sheraton Imperial is an ideal get­away for just about ev­ery kind of trav­eller in­clud­ing solo ex­plor­ers, star-struck lovers, fun-seek­ing fam­i­lies and savvy busi­ness­men.

The best sleep of your life awaits in the Sheraton Imperial’s airy rooms fur­nished with plush bed­ding and equipped with smart air con­di­tion­ing sys­tems. Nat­u­ral sun­light floods through floor-to-ceil­ing glass win­dows cre­at­ing a cheer­ful am­bi­ence, but can be blocked out just as eas­ily with black­out cur­tains. Walk-in clos­ets and speedy WiFi add to the con­ve­nience of con­tem­po­rary city-liv­ing while se­lect Deluxe Rooms pro­vide a bird’s-eye view of the 1,381 feet-high KL Tower. Stay in any Club Room to en­joy priv­i­leged ac­cess to the ex­clu­sive Club Lounge on the 38th floor, which serves com­pli­men­tary canapés and cock­tails daily.

For some­thing more sub­stan­tial, pay a visit to the Sheraton Imperial’s ac­claimed eater­ies. In­ter­na­tional flavours are avail­able at Essence, whereas Can­tonese cui­sine is Ce­les­tial Court’s spe­cialty. Villa Danieli’s au­then­tic Ital­ian cui­sine guar­an­tees an en­joy­able meal, and Toastina Café & Bar car­ries tempt­ing and tooth­some desserts and snacks.

When the time comes for ex­plo­ration, new dis­cov­er­ies lie just be­yond your doorstep. Take a page from the way­farer by ex­plor­ing the city on foot or train (catch one at the nearby Medan Tuanku Mono­rail Sta­tion or Dang Wangi LRT Sta­tion). Oth­er­wise, call a cab via the ho­tel concierge or ar­range for a car rental – such con­ve­niences and more rest at the tips of your fin­gers at the Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur. Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Ho­tel Jalan Sul­tan Is­mail, KL (+603 2717 9361/­wood­ho­

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