The Maple Suite
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Maple Suite Kuala Lumpur
While the hotel is very dated, the rooms are huge, and it is located very conveniently. We had a two bedroom apartment on the 15th floor. Great views of KL Tower, and easy watched the light show from the balcony. Staff great.
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