It’s just ok. For a Westin, the Prata Chef at the Living Room on Monday turned down the cooker early even before the breakfast closes. We were there at 9:40am and when we requested for prata to be warmed up, he said that he can’t because the pan is already cold. Not service oriented. But the rest ...
I like that its location is quite centralized to other attractions in the city.
Nice hotel, near to lots of shopping mall
The room, spa, restaurants were all great value for money. Comfortable and easy, the service at Parkroyal KL was excellent.
Great place near everything you need and at a good price. Checkin and checkout annoyingly troublesome and slow.
The hotel is luxurious with great locatio..............
Nice hotel close to Jalan Alor
Staffs go for extra mile. Treated us well and eould like to recommend these hotel to my relatives and friends.
Rooms are clean. Amenities nearby. Friendly Staff
Kuala Lumpur’s shopping and entertainment centre includes Bukit Bintang Road and its surrounding streets and is a popular area for all types of tourists as well as being a trendy neighbourhood for local Malays. Still, Bukit Bintang was not always like this. In fact, it wasn’t until the late 1980s that this area became what it is today, with its numerous shopping malls, upscale cafés and restaurants, and great selection of hotels. Find your hotels in Bukit Bintang online with Expedia.Don’t Miss
A must see attraction in Bukit Bintang is Berjaya Times Square Kuala Lumpur, which is a hotel, shopping centre and theme park all in one. The indoor Berjaya Times Square Theme Park takes up the 5th to 8th floors and is fun for visitors of all ages. It is also well worth going up to the viewing deck at KL Tower for panoramic views of the city.
Bintang Walk is the most fashionable shopping strip in the city and even if you are not a shopper it makes for an interesting afternoon. If you are visiting over New Year’s Eve be sure to take in the countdown here. This busy stretch is also where events like Malaysia International Fashion Week and the Guinness St Patrick's Day Celebrations are held. For something a little more quiet, visit Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, a 100-year old rainforest right in the middle of the city.Restaurants and Bars
There is no shortage of places to eat and drink when staying in Bukit Bintang. In fact, it has the largest concentration of restaurants in all of Kuala Lumpur, with the famous Alor Road being one of the best spots for eating cheap local cuisine from a restaurant or a street stall. For Arabian cuisine, take a stroll along Bintang Walk, which is also home to some of the most chic restaurants in the area. Numerous trendy nightclubs can also be found in this neighbourhood of the city, while Changkat Bukit Bintang is the best place for a pub crawl.Shopping
Shopping is the main attraction of Bukit Bintang and there is no shortage of places to shop here. It is a haven for the fashion conscious, with Starhill Gallery being the most upscale shopping mall of them all and Sungei Wang Plaza the best place to find bargains. There are also independent shops scattered along the streets throughout the entire district.