4-Star Hotels in Kuala Lumpur – Location Review

I have written a review on 5-Star hotels in Kuala Lumpur in the past article. Those are some of the best hotels situated in the best location in Kuala Lumpur. I will continue reviewing a few 4-Star hotels in Kuala Lumpur in this post. Again, I will put the emphasis on their locations. It is important for you to at least get the impression of the hotels’ location before proceed with the booking. After all, I believe it is not in any traveler’s interest to spend a lot of time commuting from one place to another. It will be convenient to just be in the heart of all the actions.

4-Star Hotels in Kuala Lumpur

Map of KL. The marked star is the very heart of KL or rather know as the Golden Triangle.

What is KL Golden Triangle?

The Golden Triangle is the place where you want to be. It is located in the northeast of the Central KL, it roughly covers the area north of Jalan Pudu, south of Jalan Ampang and west of Jalan Imbi and Jalan Tun Razak. It includes the ever busy shopping area of Bukit Bintang, the office towers of Jalan Raja Chulan, the Jalan Sultan Ismail five-star hotels strip, the Jalan P. Ramlee party street, and the entire Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC). So, basically, just take note on these ‘Jalan’ names which are the happening streets in KL that you must visit. Plus, another bonus point for choosing a hotel in this area is its superb connectivity. By being in the very heart of the city, you do not have to worry about getting around.

So, here are some of the best 4-Star hotels in terms of their locations.

1 – Lanson Place Bukit Ceylon Serviced Residences

In terms of the location, I personally believe it is hard to beat this hotel. It is located in the very heart of Bukit Bintang; the place where every good thing happened. It is hard to beat the ambiance of this neighborhood. If you stay here, I would say that you are up for a very great city vacation. Some of the notable attractions near this hotel are;

  • Petaling Street (12-minute walk)
  • Merdeka Square (14-minute walk)
  • Petronas Twin Towers (18-minute walk)
  • Jamek Mosque (11-minute walk)
  • Pavilion Kuala Lumpur (12-minute walk)

Every great place is just within your reach. What is a better way to explore new city other than walking through it? You don’t have to worry about hopping on public transportation and it will definitely save your budget too.

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The average cost per room to stay in this hotel is only 83USD. Please check out the genuine guests’ reviews and the price details here at Hotels.com

2 – Ascott Kuala Lumpur

As I said before, the Golden Triangle is the centre of the Kuala Lumpur. You can find almost everything here in the heart of the city. For this next hotel, it is situated in the very heart of the Golden Triangle. You got what I mean? If you really looking for a place where every amazing thing revolves around it, this is the place to be. It is located in Jalan Pinang, a street that is very near to the Twin Tower. Some other best attraction places near to this hotel are;

  • Petronas Twin Towers (3-minute walk)
  • Suria KLCC Shopping Centre (8-minute walk)
  • Petaling Street (23-minute walk)
  • Merdeka Square (26-minute walk)
  • Pavilion Kuala Lumpur (12-minute walk)

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Again, every attraction places are walking distance and you should be happy to explore the city by foot. The average cost per room to stay in this hotel is only 90USD. Please check out the genuine guests’ reviews and the price details here at Hotels.com

3 – Oasia Suites Kuala Lumpur

The next hotel is situated at Jalan P. Ramlee. One of the most happening night scene in KL. By the way, yes, it is Oasia not Oasis! Again, it is also situated in the Golden Triangle. However, this hotel might be more suitable for people that are looking for more lively nightlife. You have the whole Jalan P. Ramlee (the street) for you to explore. However, not to worry, other attraction places are still within reach.

  • Kuala Lumpur Tower (9-minute walk)
  • Petronas Twin Towers (14-minute walk)
  • Petaling Street (20-minute walk)
  • Merdeka Square (21-minute walk)
  • Pavilion Kuala Lumpur (14-minute walk)

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The average cost per room to stay in this hotel is only 100USD. Please check out the genuine guests’ reviews and the price details here at Hotels.com

4 – E&O Residences Kuala Lumpur

This hotel is situated near to Jalan Sultan Ismail, another interesting street to be in KL. It is packed with so many great eateries. That is why it is concentrated with 5-Star Hotels as it offers convenience at the doorstep of every hotel guests. Not to mention, it is also included in the Golden Triangle territory which means, you also have the option to explore the city attractions by foot. One of the main attraction that you must visit is the one and only, Atmosphere 360; a modern and elegant revolving restaurant situated 282m above ground level located at the tallest tower in Southeast Asia – Kuala Lumpur Tower. Go have your dinner with a great bird-eye view. Other interesting places to visit nearby the hotel are;

  • Petronas Twin Towers (11-minute walk)
  • Petaling Street (17-minute walk)
  • Merdeka Square (20-minute walk)
  • Kuala Lumpur Tower (9-minute walk)
  • Pavilion Kuala Lumpur (11-minute walk)

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The average cost per room to stay in this hotel is only 76USD. Please check out the genuine guests’ reviews and the price details here at Hotels.com

5 – Aloft Kuala Lumpur Sentral

This hotel is situated a little bit off from the Golden Triangle. However, don’t worry, it is located very near to KL Sentral, which is the hub for all public transportation in KL. If you want to get the sense of the greater KL, move around it and visit other of the beaten paths or maybe looking for a place that is near to main train station as you want to board a train to the next states, this will be the suitable place for you. However, those main attractions are still within your reach.

  • Petaling Street (20-minute walk)
  • Merdeka Square (23-minute walk)
  • National Mosque (17-minute walk)
  • Jamek Mosque (21-minute walk)
  • Sultan Abdul Samad Building (23-minute walk)

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As this hotel is quite famous for its iconic outdoor pool and bar, it is one of the most visited hotels by foreigners, so for solo travelers, this might be the chance to meet up with other people and create a new friendship. The average cost per room to stay in this hotel is only 75USD. Please check out the genuine guests’ reviews and the price details here at Hotels.com

All in all, may you find this accommodation guide useful. Do not hesitate to contact me for more insights or advice on any issues regarding your hotels’ location. I will try my best to help you out. In the meantime, please drop some comments below, share what you think of these hotels, or maybe, even better, share your experience if you had already visited any of these hotels before.

Thank You

Posted in Accommodations, Travel Malaysia Guide.

4 Comments

  1. The hotels you recommended seems great and reasonably priced. Which hotel do you think would be more kids family? We are a family of 5.

    • Hi Wendy, thank you for your comment,
      for your situation, I believe the best choice is Ascott (No 2),
      It is because, Ascott is located very near to the Twin Towers, you can walk pass the KLCC Park which is a great place for kids,
      plus they have great children’s pool too

      Hope this helps, thank you

  2. Oh great will consider this hotel when I next travel to KL! looking forward to more recommendations from you to go to in Malaysia.

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