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Lo­cated in the heart of af­flu­ent Da­mansara Heights, the pala­tial Sof­i­tel Kuala Lumpur Da­mansara stands proudly in shim­mer­ing glory. This brand-new 8.5-acre de­vel­op­ment, the lat­est in renowned Sof­i­tel Ho­tels & Re­sorts’ de­vel­op­ments, boasts oo­dles of lux­ury in a to­tal of 312 rooms, along­side its five food and bev­er­age out­lets. Guests can ex­pect to be treated like kings in this glit­ter­ing palace, right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Gue­strooms here come in all sizes, rang­ing from 43 to 105 m2, and each one fea­tures plush bed­ding from MyBed™, which is a sig­na­ture of the Sof­i­tel Bou­tique line. Stan­dard ameni­ties in­clude WiFi, and a se­lec­tion of in-room ameni­ties by premium brands Lan­vin and Her­mès. Ev­ery room and suite also comes with a Ne­spresso cof­fee ma­chine, and a se­lec­tion of TWG teas. Guests stay­ing in suites will have ac­cess to the Club Mil­lésime ex­ec­u­tive lounge, which of­fers spec­tac­u­lar views of the city’s sky­line along­side

Revel in an epi­curean stay­ca­tion ex­pe­ri­ence at Sof­i­tel Kuala Lumpur Da­mansara.

com­pli­men­tary break­fast, all-day re­fresh­ments, evening cock­tails and more.

Be­yond the lav­ish rooms, you will find an ar­ray of well­ness and leisure fa­cil­i­ties. Th­ese range from an out­door pool to a ded­i­cated fit­ness fa­cil­ity, So FIT, and even a lux­u­ri­ous spa ex­pe­ri­ence in So SPA. With the lat­ter’s seven treat­ment rooms, sauna and steams, guests can in­dulge in sig­na­ture So SPA fa­cial and mas­sage treat­ments, and even be pam­pered by a Moroccan ham­mam steam bath— the first of its kind in the coun­try.

After work­ing up an ap­petite from soak­ing in all the lux­u­ri­ous ser­vices, you’ll be pleased to find that the ho­tel boasts a va­ri­ety of eat­ing con­cepts to suit your stom­ach’s ev­ery crav­ing. Each of the five restau­rants and bars serves up mouth-wa­ter­ing cui­sine guar­an­teed to amaze. You will not need to take a step out of this ho­tel to ex­pe­ri­ence foods from ev­ery cor­ner of the planet.

French-Mediter­ranean restau­rant Nizza is a melange of cool blues and whites, rem­i­nis­cent of the sea and skies that one might find at Cote d’Azur. Turkey Salchichón, Gar­lic and Herb Crusted Spring Lamb, and Provençal and Lamb Sausage Pissal­adiere are just some of the treats in store for you. Of course, hand­crafted cock­tails and fine wines are on hand to com­ple­ment the ex­pe­ri­ence.

Chi­nese restau­rant Wan Chun Ting serves up au­then­tic Can­tonese and Im­pe­rial cui­sine amidst its dé­cor of in­tri­cate fab­rics, fine em­broi­dery and gold damask vel­vet. Any of its four pri­vate din­ing rooms with plush fur­nish­ings is a great set­ting in which have their tra­di­tional wood­fired Pek­ing Duck, cooked on the spot us­ing im­ported ly­chee wood to pro­duce del­i­cate, glossy, and crisp skin that peels away to re­veal the suc­cu­lent meat un­der­neath.

Sof­i­tel Kuala Lumpur Da­mansara does have more ca­sual, all-day din­ing des­ti­na­tions. Have af­ter­noon tea at Le Bar Cock­tails and Sto­ries or head down to Kwee Zeen, which serves up Pan-Asian cui­sine at any time of the day.

To find out more about Sof­i­tel Kuala Lumpur Da­mansara, visit the web­site at www.sof­i­ ho­tel-A123-sof­i­tel-kuala-lumpur­damansara/in­dex.shtml or make a call to their help­ful front desk at +60 3 2720 6688.

1. Porte Cochere2. Sof­i­tel Kuala Lumpur Da­mansara’s ex­te­rior fa­cade3. The Opera Suite4. So FIT5. Braised sliced abalone and black mush­room in su­pe­rior oys­ter sauce from Wan Chun Ting6. Pri­vate room at Wan Chun Ting

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