Staff Writer
Mar 14, 2018

Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur to open this summer

Featuring a 520-seat grand ballroom, the Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur will be smack in the middle of the city.

Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur to open this summer

The 209-room Four Seasons Hotel is set to open in Kuala Lumpur in summer, the company announced. It will be located in a new 65-storey mixed-use tower which will also feature a large luxury retail space on the sixth floor known as The Shoppes at Four Seasons Place. 

In addition to 242 Four Seasons private residences and 27 serviced apartments, the hotel will feature a 520-seat grand ballroom.

A range of food and beverage options will be available across six restaurants and lounges, including Yun House, a Chinese restaurant; The Lounge at Four Seasons; the Pool Bar & Grill; and cocktail bar, Bar Trigona.

Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur will be located next to the iconic Petronas Twin Towers and within minutes of the 50-acre KLCC Park.

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