Grand Millennium KL is Bukit Bintang’s very own luxury hotel and they’ve recently refurbished their Presidential Suites. The renovation took almost 2 months to complete but the wait is worth it because the new suites appear pretty swanky.

Located on Grand Millennium’s level 14-16, you’ll find 150 square metres of luxury paired with comfort.

Their aim is to provide a comfortable home away from home and that starts with the oceanic blues and neutral grey tones all around.

Entering via a welcome foyer, guests will find a dining lounge for 6.

Next, head over to the tranquil living room with sofa seating.

Drift off to sleep at any one of the 2 bedrooms.

Or take a luxurious shower in a bathroom equipped with an oversized square tub.

All guests who are staying at the Presidential Suite will also receive complimentary access to the 3-storey Club Lounge on Level 18. The lounge will lead out to an outdoor terrace where you can enjoy the jaw-dropping view of Bukit Bintang.

Rates for the Presidential Suite start from RM4,615 nett per night but this is subjected to time and availability.

Some of the amenities that guests will be able to enjoy include a spa, a freeform outdoor resort-style swimming pool, a sauna, the squash court and the fitness centre.

The next time you’re looking to live it up at a five-star hotel, this could be one of the options to consider.

All Image Credit: Grand Millennium KL

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