Fraser Place Kuala Lumpur
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFraser Place Kuala Lumpur
Our 2 night trip to KL was a spur-of-the-moment diversion from our trip to Phuket. We were lucky enough to find this accommodation at such short notice (one day) booked thru Expedia. Our experience was great from the moment we entered the downstairs lobby. The very friendly and helpful Porters handled our luggage whilst we checked on room availability at Reception (2nd Floor). Even though we were early, we were able to take possession of our room. What a lovely surprise - very modern, clean and spacious. We had a king size bed in a spacious bedroom, with walk in robe and lovely bathroom, which included both shower and bath. The kitchen was equipped with coffee machine, kettle and toaster, oven, fridge, plenty of cupboards - just about anything you could wish for. Bottled water was supplied with compliments. You could easily cater for yourself if this was your intention. When we ventured outside, we found that Fraser Place is within the Golden Triangle - which means it is close to everything. We visited the Aquaria which was also conveniently close to the Rail Station which we used to get around. The train service was very efficient, clean and very affordable. All in all, an excellent Hotel in an excellent location. I would not hesitate to recommend this venue to anyone. I discovered that Fraser is one of a chain of Boutique Hotels scattered around the world - good to remember when travelling elsewhere. Thanks to all friendly and helpful staff at Fraser. Enjoy.
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