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... to their tight fitting striped pink polo's I'd pegged as a gay couple, who are standing just in front of me in the line. Jerk 1 looks at me and starts leering in my general direction. I think he's being weird and try not to make eye contact, I'm wearing jeans and a loose fitted shirt, so I'm not indecent at all. Then he starts talking to his friend/lover, I don't know what language they're speaking but it ...
... m hungry!
Besides eating, we've been very busy with the many things going on in the school of late: Fraser coached a football team for a UN organised sports tournament while I coached the girls netball team - a group of girls who had no idea what netball was yet managed to make it to the finals despite losing the only game they played (two of the other teams forfeited)!! We went on a school excursion to Sungai Klah Hot Spring and ...
... and working. Since her student visa was about to expire she was forced to leave the country and apply for another kind of visa („work and holiday") from abroad. Originally she was considering going to New Zealand but we managed to convince her to join us during our trip around SEA. Our strongest argument was based on the fact that New Zealand is much more expensive than SEA. She bought her flight ticket from Sydney to Kuala Lumpur within a few upcoming weeks and ...
... we have kids day, where we do things like go to soft play areas, or zoos. And we have 'staying in days' just like we would at home. This seems to work with us. I guess it acts as bribery where Millie is concerned! We've travelled pretty quickly but not as fast as we would alone. We've noticed that it takes Millie one night in a new place before she starts referring to it as home. It just shows that for kids, home isn't where all their 'stuff' is, it's simply ...
... these bright purple overcoats with hood, the grounds of the Mosque were beautiful and the tour really informative.
We spent hours wandering the streets finding the street art (started as part of a project called Mirrors George town) scattered throughout George town, there were some really amazing pieces of art, in particular by a street artist Ernest Zacharevic. We were lucky enough to be in town when Ernest had his first solo exhibition - Art ...
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When the hotel website said that they were located in the vicinity of 3000 shops, BOY, they were not kidding !!
Christmas specials were on everywhere and it was absolute shopping mayhem. I was on a short trip from singapore with my husband and child, and there was lots to do for everybody. We wanted to give the traditional singaporean christmas hoohah a miss and try out the KL flavor, it was a good decision.
Close by to the hotel is times square, they have a very large entertainment facility for kids, expansive and resonable too.
The hotel itself was very comfortable, the staff were quite friendly and inviting. Their room service kids menu was thankfully large.
All in all, a very good stay - kudos to the hotel, will definitely go back.
I've stayed at the Regent Hotel in KL about 8 times over the last 6 years and this last trip was probably my last stay. There was nothing terribly wrong with the hotel -- but nothing was extremely right either. I was never greeted by name, the toilet in my room did not flush properly, the remote bedside lighting panel controlled lights -- but not as designed (had to press the "desk light" button to command the night light and vice versa). I was so disappointed in my stay that I almost cancelled an adjoining stay at the Regent Singapore. I'm glad I didn't as the Regent Singapore had fantastic service (and is still managed by Four Seasons).
Should NOT be mistaken for a Four Seasons Hotel!
Car service excellent from the airport and for sightseeing around town, Driver very pleasant and knowledgeable.
Air conditioning did not work in the Junior Suite, Maintenance personnel came and said the filter was so dirty that no air could get through it. Removed filter and 3 hours later room was cool enough. Don't they have a regular maintenance program?
Left a wake up call for the next moring. No call was ever made, so woke up late and had to rush around. Breakfast in the Club Lounge is pretty pathetic. And laundry arrived late.
Front desk and management not helpful - just excuses.
All in all a pretty good 3 star hotel.
The Regent KL was the top hotel in KL in the 90s, but unfortunately it is abit outdated now. The architecture is unique and dramatic but it feels tired inside.
Best service and club level
They won a prize for best service and the best club level. They´ve earned it! It was the last hotel after 3 months of travelling non stop in Europe and Asia and it was fantastic! The room is spacious, with an amazing view of the Petronas, the bed is extremelly comfortable, the shower has the massage thing (and the water pressure is GREAT) and the club level is the way to go: AMAZING breakfast, snacks and full bar all day long!!!The club lounge has 3 floors, with offices to check email looking at the petronas. Their view is hard to beat! Same as the view from the bedroom. The staff is very friendly and eager to help. First class hotel.
Great business hotel in great location
The Regent has been my preferred KL hotel for more than 10 years. Great location on Bukit Bintang. Very near to shopping malls, eating places, nice restaurants. Staying on the club floor (fl 18 or 19) is recommeneded. You can enjoy breakfast buffet in the club. Free flow drinks; beers, soft-drinks, hard liquers, also available in the club. Free daily laundry up to 5 pieces also included. Room is nice and always makes me feel at home. This will continue to be my preferred hotel in KL!!
Very nice but not wonderful
stayed for 2 nights in march. had lovely time. the hotel staff is fantastic and service was unbeatable. the hotel itself is rather nice but do not really expect to stay at the Four Seasons - it is a level down. the brkf was good but nothing special. spa facilities are good but not the best. the rooms are nice but they do not have separate shower and bath tube - it is a bit dated, yet the bed is very comfortable. location is great. overall it is a nice hotel but no wows
This is a great hotel! It is well sited for shopping, eating and sight seeing. The staff are so helpful, polite and friendly that it was a nasty shock to come back home to England. We stayed on the club floor and the room was very large with a lovely marble bathroom. The bed was enormous and exceedingly comfortable and you got a personal butler (how could you ever live without one??!).
The club is an excellent idea, as you can get breakfast there, drinks and nibbles in the evening, plus they have a small library and internet facility.
Great For The New Year!!
I stayed her for new years eve last year and had a wonderful time. I had to stay on their Club floor , as all other rooms were full. Glad that happened!! Free bar on the top of the hotel was a great idea on new years eve!! Right in the middle of everything and the balcony was a great place to be when watching new year fireworks!!
Club floor was great and worth the extra money!!