Discover the exclusive Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur, and experience a place where ancient rivers converge, and a modern city beckons guests to explore Malaysia's sights, sounds, and flavors. Located downtown in the Golden Triangle business district, guests at this distinctive five-star luxury hotel in Kuala Lumpur can enjoy convenient access to upscale shopping, dining, and entertainment. Home to the magnificent Petronas Twin Towers (a 10-minute walk from the Hotel via an air-conditioned walkway), Kuala Lumpur is also rich in culture and traditions. At The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur, guests can indulge in soothing spa treatments, award-winning cuisine, or relax in the exceptional comfort of their rooms and take in the best that KL has to offer.
Voyage to the Gombak and Klang rivers' confluence as these ancient waterways congregate in the heart of Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia’s capital and its largest, most vibrant city. The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur hotel redefines the art of the luxury hotel experience in Asia. Located within the prestigious Golden Triangle district, The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur offers easy access to the trendy, upscale business and entertainment hub of Bukit Bintang and features: 364 guest rooms, including 30 One-Bedroom Suites, 15 meeting rooms totaling 18,730 square feet, Five exceptional restaurants.
Rooms & Suites - Exquisite furnishings, spacious rooms, opulent marble bathrooms, and premium appointments speak of timeless luxury, creating a haven of tranquillity in the midst of a busy city.
Dining - Dining experiences at The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur are exceptional. The gastronomic showcase includes the quintessential afternoon tea at The Lobby Lounge, fine dining at The Library in the evenings, and lively Sunday Roast on the weekends - every moment is thoughtfully crafted. "The Library" - A beautifully designed place where timber floors and wood paneling create a warm and relaxing yet stylish ambiance. An extensive collection of books, with topics ranging from film and theatre to art and travel, is on hand for contemplative pleasure. A distinctive culinary experience unfolds every evening with fine and innovative creations meticulously crafted by Chef Wai Look Chow. Inspired by Two Friends – One Cuisine, a coffee table book collaboration with Austrian Michelin-starred chef Johann Lafer, the beautifully curated menu is an amalgamation of European and Asian flavors. A selection of fine wines, Cognac, Armagnac, and cocktails are celebrated in the beverage portfolio, and a choice of premium cigars are available at The Smoke Room to enjoy with postprandial drinks.
"The Cobalt Room" - This elegant and expansive space offers a delightful gastronomic experience. Start the day with a vibrant breakfast of local and international flavors, with diverse food stations offering à la minute preparations from organic ingredients. "The Patisserie" - For lighter meals, The Patisserie serves up the offerings and mood of an intimate Viennese patisserie with a modern twist. Guests can relax to soothing afternoon melodies while sampling a perfect assortment of delicious desserts, sweets, and light gourmet fare, savored with a choice of specialty coffees or freshly brewed teas. "The Lobby Lounge" - The Lobby Lounge speaks of conversations and the pure enjoyment of the moment through the quintessential afternoon tea experience. Inviting you to partake in the time-honored ritual of afternoon tea at The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur, where decadent delicacies and fine teas are served while being serenaded by the resident quartet.
The Spa - This unique retreat offers a mix of the world’s most sophisticated therapies integrated with the region's healing practices. Paying tribute to the cultural diversity and rich healing heritage of the area, this most stylish of spas blends ancient practices with modern, natural, local ingredients to provide a blissful relaxation and recovery opportunity.
Area & Activities - Kuala Lumpur is at once a seeming contradiction between old and new and a glorious microcosm of modern Malaysia. The nation’s capital, Kuala Lumpur, or “KL” as it is commonly known, is dotted with British colonial buildings that pay homage to its past. But this bustling Asian metropolis also serves as home to the majestic Petronas Twin Towers – among the world’s tallest buildings.
Settled in 1857 by an expedition of 87 Chinese miners searching for valuable tin, Kuala Lumpur remains Malaysia's financial focal point. Now home to nearly one and a half million people, the city still beckons to those who seek commercial and cultural treasures.