Concorde Hotel Shah Alam
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We checked into the Concorde Hotel Shah Alam and enjoyed a scrumptious dinner, after which our Green Council had a meeting as a review of what we have done and achieved over the span of the academic year of 2012. After that, the tired councillors returned back to their rooms and chilled out!
How tired. Ho-hum.
We had to entertain …
... brother, Nick, who in turn gave us the keys to his wonderful apartment in KL – hence me spending ten days there. How differently things could have turned out, hey? The fun actually began on the bus ride from Singapore, which only took a few hours. The splendid chap that he is, Nick had reserved us front seats on the most awesome bus I’ve ever been on – complimentary meals, drinks, free WIFI and plug sockets, not to mention the TV ...
... We also buy each other a necklace. We are very happy with what we bought. Great afternoon. We just veg out for the next couple of hours and then head to Arthur's Bar and Grill which is one of the restaurants in the hotel complex. There is a function on when we get there and we are told that we can have a table in the smoking part or wait until they open the function area up. We decide to wait. While we wait we are given a big bowl of peanuts in the shell and ...
... Ah! Luckily, we cooked the five courses and 3 sauces as a group, so it didn't take all week. We had an awesome time! We were grouped with another English couple and a Canadian couple, and we had a great time mucking in. Jeff mashed chicken with a bucket and wooden stick (lad), and Becky carved temples out of carrots. Afterwards, we got to enjoy our delicious food, and kept the recipe book to recreate the dishes at home (though a blender wouldn't go amiss). Definitely up ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsConcorde Hotel Shah Alam
The hotel rooms were spacious, and the hallways were rather elegant (though dimly-lit for levels 12 and above). The scenery outside the hotel is picturesque on both sides; either you get the mosque or the gardens. The facilities were relatively good and the service was alright.
However, we found a caterpillar in the rice during one of their buffet breakfasts, after which the chefs and waitresses did not dare to come out to apologise after we had complained to them. This really irked me and I stopped eating immediately! There was also no free Wifi which they had promised in their hotel descriptions, requiring a payment of MYR35 per 24 hours! These were very disappointing, in my opinion, for a relatively high-end hotel.
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