Hotels and Lodging,  Malaysia

Hotels: The Chinatown Boutique Hotel, KL

This is where H and I stayed during our KL visit. It’s clean, it’s safe and it’s right in the center of Chinatown. Very accessible via taxis and buses. The LRT is just a couple of blocks away. It’s also a short walking distance  from the Central Market. Highly recommended! Oh, and it’s affordable, too.  A DeLuxe Double Room will cost you RM110 or roughly Php1,500/night. If you’re sharing the room with a friend, that’s Php750/night! Not bad at all!

 

All rooms come with a flat screen TV and free Wi-Fi

 

The bathroom with 24-hour hot water

 

Chinatown seen from our room
The TV works! They also give complimentary mineral water and (instant) coffee

 

Mapping out our day

From their website:

Chinatown Boutique Hotel is prominently located in the heart of Chinatown (also known as a Petaling Street), Kuala Lumpur which is a bustling busy area, nevertheless, it’s also well-known for being a dining, entertainment and shopping paradise. There are more than 700 stalls offering hawker food and bargains. Stay with us and you can experience the multi-cultured and enchanting Petaling Street with exhilarating night bazaar offering a wide assortment of merchandise from “branded” watches, handbags to traditional herbal medicines.

Chinatown Boutique Hotel is also within brief walking distance to Central Market, Kota Raya Shopping Complex, Masjid India Shopping Area, Central Business District of Kuala Lumpur and the Jalan Bukit Bintang Shopping Area. Easily accessible public transportation is available at Kuala Lumpur’s STAR, PUTRA and Monorail LRT, including the Pudu Raya Bus Terminal and Klang Bus Station.

Address
No. 34 & 36, Jalan Hang Lekir, Off Jalan Sultan, 50000 Kuala Lumpur
Tel : (603) 20723388 Fax : (603) 20723389

To book, visit their website here.

4 Comments

  • Sapawi

    Hi Polmangilog. I believe those who plan to visit Kuala Lumpur for the first time will benefit from this post especially if they are looking to stay in a budget hotel of this city.
    The nearest LRT Stations to Chinatown KL are Plaza Rakyat and Masjid Jamek LRT Station.
    The area around Masjid Jamek or Jalan Masjid India which are located not far from this Boutique Hotel also have budget hotels… if the travelers don’t want to stay around Chinatown.
    Polmangilog, Welcome to Kuala Lumpur.

    Regards,
    The KLite

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