How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Cititel Express Kuala Lumpur
Travel Blogs from Kuala Lumpur
... our way around the train system as we will be back here for around a week before we fly home, so far we like it well enough, it's a huge city and we haven't even scratched the surface but it seems easy to get around so we are looking forward to coming back and seeing more of it.
Off to Penang and Georgetown tomorrow for some of what we have been promised is the best food in Malaysia (by many Malaysians), so we hope they are correct and are looking forward to it.
... blowing the dust off our jumpers, unlike England when the bbqs would be out in full force. After a sickly bus ride up the windy and narrow roads, we arrived into a tiny town called Brinchang where our hostel was located, for some reason we were upgraded to a quad room with two doubles, result. The best option for us to see as much as possible on our short stay here was to book onto a day tour, we set off into the town to find some inspiration. Originally planning to do a full ...
... packets of nuts all in a plastic bag. Not a very good idea as we soon found out when the mo keys snatched the bag out of your hand. Our guide was quick and rescued the food and hid it by wrapping it in his T shirt. The monkeys actually took the food quite gently but did like to jump onto your shoulder to check out your supplies at close quarters. As you can see Chris was ok with this but I jumped out of my ...
... to do a Breakout Escape Game but despite booking in online, our booking hadn't been processed and a Nadia was booked in! I was so ****** because we had an easy day preparing for a late-ish night and had come all the way in. Fair to say the guy at the counter copped it. We searched around for dinner everywhere but almost everything was shut so we had to go to Wendy's which seemed to be a KFC sort of thing, that we've never been to and judging by our ****** ...
... believe their height until you stand directly beneath them gazing upwards until your neck starts to spasm. It felt great to be seeing these iconic towers in the flesh, connected by the infamous 'Skybridge'. We had decided against actually going up to the bridge (yes shock horror, whatever), but we just didn't fancy getting up at 5.30/6am to then stand in a queue for hours waiting to get a ticket to then come back later in the day at our allotted time ...