1. Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

1. Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

If you know me well, you will notice that I hardly return to the same hotel to stay. This is because I prefer to try out different accommodations and gain wider experiences, from conventional hotels to dorms, bed and breakfasts, capsules, etc.

2. lobby

2. lobby

3. the SPG logo

3. the SPG logo

However, Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral Hotel is one hotel that I would gladly stay over and over again. This is not because it is a “atas” (upscale) hotel but its location is just ultra strategic for me, who commutes often between Ipoh and KL.

4. lounge

4. lounge

5. W XYZ Bar

5. W XYZ Bar

Even when I do not need to spend a night in KL, I do sometimes have to waste hours waiting for my train, so I usually “lepak” at NU Sentral, dubbed the first “transumer” (transit consumer) mall in the country.

6. re:fuel

6. re:fuel

7. recharge devices

7. recharge devices

I have to admit, though, the time I spend window shopping is not as enjoyable when bogged down with heavy luggage! Now, having a room at Aloft KL Sentral is another story altogether.

8. Urban Twin Room

8. Urban Twin Room

9. bathroom area

9. bathroom area

Anyway, in the blink of an eye, Aloft KL Sentral is celebrating its fourth anniversary already, after its opening in March 2013. The 31-storey hotel consists of 482 spacious rooms and suites. It is in fact the largest Aloft chain of hotels in the world. Just for your information, the lifestyle brand of Aloft is the sister of Starwood Group’s W Hotels.

10. complimentary beverages

10. complimentary beverages

11. torch light and iron

11. torch light and iron

Although I think that this four-star Aloft KL Sentral caters to business travellers, its trendsetting elements and bright colours give me the impression that it appeals more to a younger set of travellers, and not necessarily those who are on transit like me, who just need a roof over their head for one night.

12. shower cubicle

12. shower cubicle

13. nook

13. nook

By the way, Aloft KL Sentral offers a good number of F&B outlets serving a variety of dining options because the hotel is so centrally located that you can easily grab “mall fare” or just take a walk out to KL’s Little India in Brickfields for local dishes, Indian or other cuisines.

14. Mai Bar Cigar Lounge

14. Mai Bar Cigar Lounge

15. rooftop infinity pool called 'splash pool'

15. rooftop infinity pool called ‘splash pool’

Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral Hotel
Add: 5 Jalan Stesen Sentral, 50470 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: +603-2723 1188
Fax: +603-2723 1588
Web: http://www.aloftkualalumpursentral.com/
Email: aloft.kualalumpur@alofthotels.com

16. Re:charge

16. Re:charge

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