Top 10 bud­get ho­tels in the city cen­tre

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LODGE PARADIZE HO­TEL, BUKIT BIN­TANG

This bou­tique-style ho­tel lo­cated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s “golden tri­an­gle” is re­fur­bished from its orig­i­nal pre-war de­sign. It fea­tures rooms with taste­ful wood floor­ing and pan­els. A cool oa­sis in the city, it is within walk­ing dis­tance to hip F&B out­lets such as Taps Beer Bar, Mi­tasu Ja­panese Restau­rant, among oth­ers. A five-minute cab ride will get you to Cen­tral Mar­ket for artsy sou­venirs.

YP BOU­TIQUE HO­TEL, PETAL­ING JAYA

Si­it­u­ated in Petal­ing Jaya, near Paradigm Mall, YP Bou­tique Ho­tel is 20 min­utes from Subang Air­port and a five-minute walk to many trendy F&B out­lets. For shopa­holics, it is a 15-minute drive from Sun­way La­goon theme park and Sun­way Pyramid shop­ping cen­tre. At­trac­tions nearby also in­clude KidZa­nia Kuala Lumpur, 1 Utama Shop­ping Cen­tre and i-City Shah Alam theme park.

PUTERI AM­PANG HO­TEL, KUALA LUMPUR

Puteri Am­pang Ho­tel is a five-minute walk from Am­pang Point shop­ping mall and a 10-minute drive from KLCC. It has mod­ern ac­com­mo­da­tions and each room comes with an LCD TV with ASTRO cable chan­nels. Savour lo­cal cuisines at the stalls lo­cated on the ground floor, open 24 hours a day. Puteri Am­pang ho­tel also pro­vides shut­tle ser­vice to the air­port, about an hour’s drive away.

HO­TEL SMC ALAM AV­ENUE, SHAH ALAM

Sit­u­ated at the heart of Shah Alam, Ho­tel SMC Alam Av­enue of­fers a cosy and com­fort­able stay at af­ford­able rates for busi­ness or per­sonal trips. En­joy dig­i­tal lights and theme park at i-City Park, just 3km away from the ho­tel. Visit the botan­i­cal park in Bukit Ca­haya to en­joy fun ac­tiv­i­ties such as hik­ing, cy­cling and the Skytrex Ad­ven­ture, an aerial ob­sta­cle course set in a scenic for­est.

I BOU­TIQUE HO­TEL, PETAL­ING JAYA

Lo­cated in Petal­ing Jaya, I Bou­tique Ho­tel is a 15-minute drive from Sun­way Pyramid shop­ping cen­tre and Sun­way La­goon theme park. With over 90 rides and at­trac­tions, Sun­way La­goon fea­tures a wa­ter park, amuse­ment park, wildlife park, ex­treme park, scream park and the Nick­leodeon Lost La­goon. In­ter­con­nected rooms at I Bou­tique Ho­tel are also avail­able for the con­ve­nience of fam­i­lies and group trav­ellers.

AIRA HO­TEL, KUALA LUMPUR

Lo­cated near Chow Kit mar­ket, Aira Ho­tel is just min­utes from iconic land­marks such as Merdeka Square (where one of the tallest flag­poles in the world is lo­cated), the Na­tional Tex­tile Mu­seum, Sul­tan Ab­dul Sa­mad build­ing and the Petronas Twin Tow­ers. Try the Hainanese chicken chop at the fa­mous Yut Kee restau­rant. Com­fort­able rooms await tired trav­ellers af­ter a long day out.

I HO­TEL, KUALA LUMPUR

I Ho­tel at Jalan Ma­hara­jalela of­fers com­fort­able and af­ford­able rooms which are com­ple­mented by ex­cel­lent ser­vice and friendly staff. A rooftop deck of­fers a bird’s eye view of KLCC and KL Tower. A 10 minute-drive will get you to Pav­il­ion, Fahren­heit 88 and other malls, where you can shop, dine and en­joy myr­iad en­ter­tain­ment. Or, just take a walk to Ke­nanga Whole­sale Cen­tre, Kuala Lumpur’s largest fash­ion whole­sale mall.

DA­MANSARA INN, DA­MANSARA JAYA

Lo­cated in Da­mansara Jaya, this cosy ho­tel with mod­ern min­i­mal­ist decor is right next to the newly re­vamped Atria Shop­ping Mall and a host of restau­rants for in­ter­na­tional and lo­cal cui­sine. It of­fers easy ac­cess to hotspots around Petal­ing Jaya such as Star­ling, 1 Utama and Am­corp Mall. The ho­tel is also close to com­mer­cial ar­eas such as Da­mansara Up­town and Phileo Da­mansara.

I HO­TEL, KOTA DA­MANSARA

The I Ho­tel at Kota Da­mansara, Petal­ing Jaya pro­vides ideal ac­com­mo­da­tion for busi­ness and leisure trav­ellers at bud­get prices. Nearby din­ing and shop­ping at­trac­tions in­clude Sun­way Giza Mall, 1 Utama, The Curve and IKEA. I Ho­tel guests will not run out of F&B op­tions by day or night, as many restau­rants are within walk­ing dis­tance.

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