Though not known for its luxurious hotels, you can actually still have a nice place to stay if you are in Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur.
Located at Petaling Street, Malaysia’s Chinatown (also known as Chee Cheong Kai) is deeply immersed in Oriental Culture. You can see not only its arts and crafts but also the food that is served in the area as well.
That being said, although you cannot find luxurious hotels in Chinatown, there are some that are still great that provide good value for money. After a night out getting some KL Local Freelance in Malaysia, you definitely want to stay here if you want to save a lot of money in hotel accommodations.
Today, I am going to be talking about the best hotels that you can find within Chinatown.
5 Elements Hotel
This hotel provides 5-star services at a very affordable rate. It is known for giving you a snug bed, an LCD TV in your room, along with free fast broadband connections.
Aside from that, you can stash your valuable belongings since the hotel also gives you some safety deposit boxes that you can use at the reception.
Those who want to fill their empty stomachs may find two of the best dining outlets in the city: The Hub Café Bar and the Viaggio Italian Restaurant.
Located at the Jalan Hang Kasturi, the Geo Hotel gives you a great place to stay that is near some of the city’s main tourist spots, including the crafts hub, the Central Market, and the infamous food stalls at night.
Swiss Inn Kuala Lumpur
Known by the locals as the ‘International Hip Hotel’, the Swiss Inn is located at the heart of Chinatown, making it a prime location for people who instantly want to go to the famous night market in Petaling Street.
This is an ideal place to stay if you want to be near the shopping attractions, food stalls, and heritage sites. You can go to the Petronas Twin Towers by just taking a ride either at the Plaza Rakyat LRT station or the Pasar Seni.
The Hotel Sentral is situated just across the KL Sentral road. What I really love about this hotel is aside from its very affordable rates, you are greeted with a warm welcome every time you enter the premises.
Aside from that, it also has a 24-business center as well and it is also home to one of Chinatown’s best fusion food restaurants.
Even though it is priced relatively inexpensively, you can expect typical hotel accommodations including a flat-screen TV with cable, free internet access, and an electronic safety box to store all of your valuable belongings.
The Majestic Hotel
The only expensive hotel on this list, the Majestic Hotel is aptly named because of the fact that it is situated in a historic site.
That being said, this European-inspired hotel is one of the best looking hotels in the city and it provides you with 5-star hotel services at a very affordable price.