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6 Must-Visit Boutique Hotels in Kuala Lumpur

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Why go to Boutique hotels for your next travel? Well, the personalized design, unique architecture, and modern locales are the big contributors to why boutique hotels are so appealing to stay these days. Usually, a boutique hotel will have the element of surprise in its atmosphere, service, and design which makes a traveller feels the difference from the common big and luxurious hotel experience around town. What more is that, boutique hotels are into thorough details, thus, in this article, Tripfez has listed 6 must-visit boutique hotels in Kuala Lumpur!

#1 The Yard Boutique Hotel

A stylish and modern colonial house, the yard guarantees to give an exceptional experience to its guests. Surrounded by shoppers’ heaven (Pavillion shopping mall, Bintang Walk, Lot 10, Starhill shopping centre etc) as well as Food Street, it is located at the centre of Kuala Lumpur, to be exact, at the Golden Triangle. This warm and inviting boutique hotel houses a total of 11 Deluxe Guest room. Their facilities include Free WiFi, TV with selected Satellite Astro Channel, hot and cold shower, amenities and room cleaning service, and tea as well as a coffee set.

Address: Lot 623 (No.51D), Jalan Tengkat Tong Shin, 50200 Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Telephone: +603-2141 1017
Price range: RM109 average

Must-visit boutique hotel in KL: The Yard Boutique Hotel
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#2 Homestyle Boutique Hotel

This two-storey antique shop-house is creatively renovated and decorated to be an option for tourist to lodge while enjoying the hustle-bustle of the city lifestyle. Here, guests can feel tranquil as it brings nothing but comfort. What is the speciality of this hotel? The exterior and interior of the newly lifted and stylish house are enthused by the architecture of some of the states in Malaysia. By staying here, guests can have a glimpse of what other states in Malaysia look like through the display of the unique arts and crafts. Homestyle is indeed a secluded modern getaway!

Address: No.13 Jalan Rembia, Off Tongkat Tun Shin, 50200, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603-2110 1339
Price range: RM90 average

Homestyle Hotel Kuala Lumpur
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#3 Anggun KL

The Anggun KL possesses high-class and classic designed rooms that are not only inviting but reliefs your day to day burdens as the evening clocks in reminding you that it is time to unwind. The interior of this hotel proudly showcases the 60’s décor with a splash of some unique and rare ‘20s pieces. As you enter the lobby, you will be welcomed with a classic sight such as antique typewriters, dark wooden chairs, and ornate wood-carvings, something that you can’t often see in most of the today’s hotel designs.

All the 18 rooms are spread over 3 levels and well-appointed with shiny silk cushions and cosy four-poster beds. The location of this hotel is so strategic you can simply go to nearby restaurants on foot. If you are seeking for something calm in the middle of an urban city, Anggun is the place.

Address: 7 & 9, Tengkat Tong Shin, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603-2145 8003
Price range: RM198 average

Anggun Boutique Hotel in Kuala Lumpur.
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#4 WOLO Hotel

What ways to describe the WOLO Hotel other than being a cutting-edge accommodation that targets to impress its guests. The charming and distinctive design never fails to amaze everyone who comes to this place. Expect a whimsical yet lively experience when you stay in this hotel as it will deliver to you a thrilling escape from the hectic lifestyle of urban life. As for the rooms, the cleverly portray a blend of minimal chic and futuristic design along with up-to-date furnishings.

Location wise? It is conveniently situated at the doorstep of Bukit Bintang monorail, thus, it is the perfect pick for travellers who would want to explore the city.

Address: Corner of Jalan Bukit Bintang and Jalan Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel: +603-2719 1333
Price Range: RM220 average

WOLO Hotel in Bukit Bintang
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#5 Hotel Maison Boutique

This would be one of my favourite boutique hotels in Kuala Lumpur simply because the thematic rooms make guests feel like they are transported to a different place. The motive of this hotel is to provide to its guests a rejuvenating living concept that divides a line of a new establishment supported with bright and innovative ideas. As mentioned, the thematic rooms merge “rest, experiential, and memories: to remarkable levels as it will keep you company with the renowned names in the Entertainment world while partaking tranquil and restful ambience. All this, enclave in a 4-storey building situated near to the city’s many famous shopping destinations.

Address: No. 36 & 36, Jalan Baba, Off Jalan Changkat Thambi Dollah,
55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (behind Hotel Sentral Pudu)
Tel: +603–2145 2929
Price range: RM198 average

Maison Boutique Hotel, Kuala Lumpur.
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#6 Lantern Hotel

When it comes to choosing accommodation, Lantern Hotel is simply magnificently! Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s Petaling Street, China town, this budget boutique hotel is just a few steps away from all the major attractions and transportation hubs. The 4-storey building would definitely charm guests by the first impression via the exterior, and once you step into their premise, I can assure you that you will be amazed at the interior designs. With the industrial-meets-tropical design concept, you could get the best of both worlds at the Lantern Hotel. Your stay here would be a zen and calming experience.

Address: 38, Jalan Petaling, 50000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Tel: +603-2020 1648
Price Range: RM 95 nett – RM 125 nett

Lantern Hotel
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May it be the WOW factor or the artistic intuition that you are looking for in a boutique hotels in Kuala Lumpur. We hope that this list will intrigue you to check out these accommodations on your own. It is all about exploring and immersing the experience along the way. Enjoy! Psst which one of the boutique hotels in Kuala Lumpur is your favourite?