After extensive renovations, the Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur hotel has increased its room inventory to 398 rooms.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel, known as ‘the Grand Dame’ of hotels in the Malaysian capital city relaunches after an extensive transformation. Part of the Marriott International portfolio hotels, Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur is poised to become a gathering place for travelers and locals with its combination of a multimillion-dollar facelift, refreshed dining concepts and strategic location of being on the main artery of Kuala Lumpur City Centre situated along Jalan Sultan Ismail while also connecting to the rich Malaysian Heritage area of Dang Wangi, (formerly known as Campbell Road).
“As our most global brand within the Marriott International portfolio, Sheraton is recognized and trusted by guests worldwide. We are ecstatic to see new energy injected into Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur because this hotel has deep roots in the local community, and we want to further build connections with travelers,” said Mike Fulkerson, Vice President, Brand and Marketing Asia Pacific, Marriott International.
“We have been welcoming guests for the past 22 years and cannot wait to show them our new look after the completion of a multimillion-dollar facelift that encompasses a wider range of accommodation options, a new look for our meeting facilities and revamped dining concepts,” commented Frank Beck, Managing Director of Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur. “We strive to create everlasting memories that make us part of our guests’ lives while setting the bar for uncompromising service to offer guests an unrivaled stay and dining experience.”
After extensive renovations, the Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur hotel has increased its room inventory to 398 rooms to offer guests a wider range of accommodation options from the comfortable Superior Rooms to spacious Deluxe Rooms and Suites, all refreshed with bright and contemporary finishing.
The Club Lounge on the 38th floor overlooking the KL Tower has also been reimagined with wanderlust hues that promote aesthetic of purposeful living, allowing the hotel Club Room’s guests to relax in a restful ambiance.
With the newly refreshed interiors of the hotel’s dining venues, Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur is bound to be a key location for locals to meet, eat and drink. Chinese restaurant Celestial Court has long been the place to dine for dignitaries who seek quality cuisine and welcoming service. The elevated setting is ideal for celebratory banquets, corporate functions, and gatherings with family and friends. Villa Danieli, a standalone Italian restaurant that recreates the Tuscany villa dining experience has welcomed a new chef, Fedrico Bozzo from Genoa, Italy to interpret traditional Italian dishes while using local Malaysian produce. The Pavilions Lounge & Bar has been redesigned to showcase a combination of modern fixtures and heritage characteristics. As a popular destination for locals to gather, the hotel is renowned for its afternoon tea, which will continue to be a signature experience. The Pavilions Lounge’s living room area has been further transformed into a new library-styled bar area with built-in wine cellar and cigar humidor. Striking a perfect balance with its carefully selected interiors, this quiet corner inspires an intimate environment for discussions and informal meetings around the golden dome bar.
Perfect for celebrations, weddings and special events, Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur’s meeting and banqueting facilities include a Junior and Grand Ballroom, Boardroom, and 13 meeting rooms have been fitted with stylish new furnishings and state-of-the-art AV equipment that equips the historic colonial style setting with the latest technology to plan memorable events suited to any occasion.
A stone’s throw away from Kuala Lumpur City Centre while providing direct access to a buzzing historical area with eateries housed in pre-war houses, Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur allows guests to indulge in the best of both worlds whether guests they’re visiting Kuala Lumpur for business or leisure.