How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Maxims Genting Highlands
Travel Blogs from Genting Highlands
... modern buildings such as the magnificent Petronas Towers, and many buildings preserved from the colonial era. While on the bus tour I was interviewed by the local tv station and asked how and if the MH370 disaster affected my plans to come to Malaysia. I indicated that I had been here before and knew that the people of the country were friendly, the country was beautiful and Malaysian cuisine very satisfying. I ...
... have the technical competence to manually check people in. For half an hour nothing in the queue moved. Then Liza did something eminently sensible. She queue jumped about 90 places. So when things did start moving, very slowly, it meant we were almost first through check-in, the airport tax, passport control and yet more security. Through, that is, to a locked departure lounge with no shops and a five hour wait for our plane which is how long it took them to manually process the ...
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'' Majestical Adventures and Lifemanship Above My Yesterday Stay In MalaysiA''
12:00 midnight: The feeling is euphoria but the touch of nostalgia enclosed me abruptly! (profound sigh!)
OW-EHM-GEE!TBH, I really don't know how will I start my story about my first ever experience to aboard airplane and cross the PH borders. It's kinda weird that my most awaited day sucked me out the night before our ...
... to get to the entrance to the cave. On the way we were greeted by monkeys. The caves were enormous and spectacular. There was not there long but got some good pictures. We headed back to the hotel so that we could meet up with Jesper (Eiry's uni friend). We decided to meet him in KL Sentral station outside of McDonald. When we met up, we went outside to a small cafe for a ...