These Boutique Hotels In KL Are Perfect For That Short Getaway

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues with no signs of stopping, the Conditional Movement Control Order has been enforced in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, and Putrajaya beginning 14 October for two weeks with a possible extension if cases continue to rise.

For those who have been stuck at home in Klang Valley yearning to go out for a getaway, we’ve got some good news for you as although not advised, you still technically can go out for a short getaway but within district lines (click here to find out which district you’re in).

Hence, we’ve come out with a list of boutique hotel getaways you can go for in Kuala Lumpur!

1. KLoe Hotel

Photo Credit: KLoe Hotel

KLoe Hotel just opened its doors in late February this year and is located right in the heart of the Golden Triangle, Bukit Bintang.

KLoe Hotel has a total of 80 rooms hugging a central courtyard, connected by open walkways and lush green walls. They’re also well-known for their seven themed artists lofts which are all unique and comes fitted out with everything one needs to indulge in Art, Music, Books, Food, and Gardens. Check out the Art themed loft below!

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The hotel also has two dining outlets Lucky Coffee Bar and Monroe. If you’re looking for a chill place to work and grab a good cup of coffee, you can drop by Lucky Coffee Bar as it’s frequented by non-hotel guests as well while Monroe serves up casual comfort food and brunch in a bright breezy setting.

Photo Credit: KLoe Hotel

Kloe Hotel also boasts amenities such as a swimming pool and a wellness centre called the B.est Mind & Body, where guests and outsiders can book for yoga, meditation, and sound bath classes. You can book a room from RM290 for a 2 Day 1 Night stay here.

Photo Credit: KLoe Hotel

Address: 227, Bukit Bintang St, Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur

2. The Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel

Another hotel tucked in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, The Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel is known for its whimsical Malaysian heritage with photographs of old Malaya hung in every room, together with the nostalgic 555 notebooks used throughout the hotel.

Photo Credit: The Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel

Located right next to the party area of Changkat, Bukit Bintang, and the famous food galore street, Jalan Alor, you won’t ever run out of things to do as the hotel’s swimming pool club doubles up as a rooftop bar at night and makes nightlife possible with their funky designs, delicious drinks, and tasty food.

Photo Credit: The Kuala Lumpur Journal Hotel

Address: 30, Jalan Beremi, Off, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur

3. The Chow Kit – an Ormond Hotel

Photo Credit: The Chow Kit – an Ormond Hotel

The Chow Kit is Ormond Hotel’s first design-led, experience-driven hotel. Ormond Hotels are also the company behind the new social hotel with micro rooms and major personality — Momo’s, also located in Kuala Lumpur.

Photo Credit: The ChoThe Chow Kit – an Ormond Hotel

Located in the city’s storied Chow Kit district which is known traditionally as a major red-light district, The Chow Kit pays homage to the city’s rich history, aptly naming their rooms such as The Den (named after Chow Kit’s historically infamous gambling dens) and The Towkay Suite, meaning ‘The Boss Suite’ in the local Hokkien dialect.

Photo Credit: The ChoThe Chow Kit – an Ormond Hotel

The Chow Kit features modern essentials, luxury amenities, an art programme which showcases curated artworks in guest rooms and public spaces, and rousing interiors.

Furthermore, they’re having an interesting offer for those who had enough of working from home. You can now #WFHotel at The Chow Kit at only RM30 per day, from 9am – 7pm on weekdays, it even comes with free-flow barista coffee, 30% off F&B and 30% off a room stay!

Address: 1012, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Chow Kit, 50100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur

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