Peninsula Malaysia Stopover Packages » Accommodation in Kuala Lumpur


Kuala Lumpur hotels can really adapt to all budgets, from famous five-star hotel brands, to fun boutique hotels with cool and quirky designs, and, of course, some very affordable accommodation for budget travellers. We have compiled here a great collection of the best hotels in Kuala Lumpur at great rates, all sorted into different style and location categories to simplify your search for the right Kuala Lumpur hotel.

Without a doubt the most popular area to stay when you're visiting Kuala Lumpur is Bukit Bintang - a locale closest to some of the better bars and night life in Kuala Lumpur. Be sure, however, to consider staying in the KLCC area - these busy grids of streets is what KL is all about, and you will be within walking distance to some of the city's best retail venues and dining outlets.

We use and recommend the following hotels while in Kuala Lumpur on stopover trips. This list includes those properties most commonly used. Prices for other accommodation are available on request - please do not hesitate to contact us for details:

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We have been advised that the Government of Malaysia has recently passed a bill in parliament to implement a Tourism tax (TTx) from this year onward.

The tax will be as follows:-
5 Star Hotel : RM 20.00 per room per night
4 Star Hotel : RM 10.00 per room per night
3 Star Hotel : RM 5.00 per room per night
less than 3 Star and uncategorised accommodation : RM 2.50 per room per night

The government has not officially announced a firm date for implementation, however, it is possible that the tax could begin as early as 01 July 2017.

Our rates do not include the tax at this stage as we are waiting further advice on the collection procedure once the government decides to implement the tax.

The Tourism industry in Malaysia is currently appealing to the Government to make alternative arrangements for the implementation of this tax.

The TTx is mandatory for both local and international tourists staying overnight at hotels in Malaysia. In the short term, once the tax has been implemented, the Tourism Tax  (TTx) will be collected by the hotels at check out.

We regret that we cannot confirm the implementation date. Further advice will follow as soon as we have more information.

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