One of the key features in our recent stay at the Doubletree by Hilton in Kuala Lumpur was the glass wall of the bathroom. This cheeky feature may add extra interest and excitement during your stay…
We were lucky enough to get a room on the 23rd floor which gave us spectacular views especially at night when you could see the city lights. The breakfast had choices for every taste. I primarily eat a plant based diet so I started the day in the fruit section. I would then continue in the indian vegetarian section with curries and rotti. Something that I had almost every day were the fried mushrooms with herbs and sprouts. They were out of this world from a flavour perspective. My final bowl would always be a noodle soup with tons of vegetables and tofu.
With our deluxe room we got a pillow menu which I had never seen before. In other words there were all different sorts of pillows from some that felt like you are on a soft board to super soft pillows. We were not convinced about the Tatami pillow but it may rock your boat.
In order to use the mini bar you have to fill out the order form to get it stocked up. That wasn’t an issue for us since we prefer to venture outside and explore the local food on offer. In the Intermark Mall connected to the Doubletree you can also find a supermarket, food court, a juice stall and heaps more on the lower levels.
The Doubletree also offers a free shuttle service to many areas in the city which we made use of. Just keep in mind that the maximum number is 9 people and it works on a first come first serve basis.
Overall we enjoyed our stay at the Doubletree. The only issue I had there was that I requested a take away breakfast due to our early return flight and I was supplied items I was allergic to. I advised the staff of my dietary requirements and they even double checked. I was disappointed so if you have special dietary requirements I would advise to be cautious or book your stay with someone else.