The Gardens Hotel & Residences-St Giles Grand Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Gardens Hotel & Residences-St Giles Grand Hotel Kuala Lumpur
The single room we stayed in could easily accomodate 3. The rooms are cleaned everyday. The staff are quite congenial. The room is on the 18th floor and the view is fabulous all times of the day. Monorail, KLM Kommuter trains, flyovers, cars ...Most importantly since it is centrally located, it was easy to visit most of the tourist attractions using public transport. Plus the shopping mall in lower floors can keep you happy just staying here :)
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... might not be all shiny and 'perfect' like Singapore, KL is still really clean, easy and cheap to get around and its safe. We really enjoyed our time there and would definitely go back to see more of it, especially the Malls (yes I managed to keep her out of them this time!) They are huge and full of designer goodies. It was also really good to be there at this time of year as everywhere is decorated from top to tail for Chinese New Year. Next stop Penang!
Sean had told us that the area around Jalan Alor is actually “heaven” because you have the food street right next to a “party” street with lots of bars, and then “massage street” so we decided to check out party and massage street after eating. A quick walk down party street revealed a pretty busy and fun looking area with lots of small bars also trying to get you into their establishment with happy hour specials ...
Too many provisions were left over when it was nearly time to leave our hotel, so Ben, hater of waste, ended up drinking nearly two litres of water and soy milk before six this morning. The driver who came to pick us up was bleary eyed; I don't suppose he did much more than roll out of bed before setting out to collect us.
The check in desks at Siem Reap airport were still in hibernation when we arrived but the cogs started to turn ...
... we went up 86 floors and learnt from one of the guides all about Malaysia, the religion and the cost of living here which was interesting. Silly old me felt a bit weird up their and needed Dad to hold onto but came right! Anyway needed a cold beer on walk back and found a bar called the beach - it was so well done out and our sort of bar but this was not how it seemed - we will tell u the rest when we get back.....
... of eating… Actually let’s be honest, gorging ourselves, on a wide variety of different cuisines.
Where we stayed
On the advice of friends (thanks Kate & Ed!) we managed to find a relatively reasonably priced guesthouse in an area of the city called Bukit Bintang. There’s not much really to say about Number Eight Guesthouse, like most budget accommodation in KL it was overpriced & ...