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Checking In: Parkroyal Collection Kuala Lumpur

Checking In: Parkroyal Collection Kuala Lumpur

A statement of eco-chic, the launch of Parkroyal Collection was flushed with success and scooped Pan Pacific Hotels Group seventh consecutive Asia’s Leading Green Hotel Award last year. Now, the Singapore-based hotel owner has brought the award-winning concept to the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Designed by world-renowned FDAT Architecture, the Parkroyal Collection Kuala Lumpur — the first franchise outside of Singapore — is nestled at prestigious shopping hub Bukit Bintang and home to a total of 527 rooms and suites with the luxury of verdant foliage to match. Perfect for city dwellers and tourists who seek to take in the beauty of greenery, the green lung in the form of hospitality beckons with roof terrace greenery and vertical garden facade with sky planters.

A stay at the 5-star hotel is a guarantee of relaxed time whether you are looking for a short getaway after bouts of working days or cosy stay that is accessible to the the capital. At here, an array of mood-boosting facilities awaits such as St Gregory spa for healing therapies, a modern gymnasium and fitness studio for a quick workout session and a swimming pool with lounge area for a balmy sunbathing.

When it comes to the green oasis in the midst of hustle and bustle of city life, the accommodations on offer are something to look forward to. From en suite bathroom with a view of the city and a spacious executive workspace, there is a plethora of rooms and suites to choose from including Urban Deluxe Room, Lifestyle Premier Room, Collection Club Room and Collection Club Premier Room, not to mention the soon-to-be-launched suites catered to different luxury pursuits.

You will be happy to know that the hotel operate with environmental consciousness in mind like sustainable bathroom amenities, biodegradable packaging, filtered drinking water solution in every guestroom, and a food-waste management system.


The Parkroyal Collection Kuala Lumpur is now open. Discover more about it here.