Not surprisingly, Kuala Lumpur boasts more places to stay which are geared specifically towards business guests than anywhere else in Malaysia. Despite the sprawling size of Malaysia's most populous city, most of the more than 230 business hotels in Kuala Lumpur are concentrated in a relatively small area in the city's Golden Triangle.
None of the Kuala Lumpur business hotels in the Golden Triangle can match the size of the city's iconic Petronas Twin Towers. However, a large percentage of places to stay in Kuala Lumpur's main central business district are impressive skyscrapers in their own right. The lists of amenities offered by many of these five-star Golden Triangle establishments are no less impressive.
Shangri-La Hotel - Kuala Lumpur is one of the oldest, and still one of the most highly rated, business hotels in Kuala Lumpur. This elegant five-star establishment's state of the art business centre features two workstations, three meeting rooms for executives, four internet booths, and a couple of conference rooms. A grand ballroom capable of holding up to 1,800 people is the biggest of 16 function rooms in this reputable property.
Many more Kuala Lumpur business hotels are found within Kuala Lumpur City Centre, otherwise known as KLCC. A walkway connects the 650-room Mandarin Oriental Kuala Lumpur to the Petronas Twin Towers, but this five-star establishment also stands near central Kuala Lumpur's largest shopping centre and the KL City Park. This property's grand ballroom, Kuala Lumpur's largest, can hold a Boeing 747.
Impiana KLCC Hotel is a popular choice for Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre attendees as an air-conditioned bridge directly links this four and a half star property to both the convention centre and the lively Bukit Bintang area. Five-star club room services are available in 188 of this establishment's 519 guestrooms.
In addition to the standard wireless internet access, overhead projectors, and photocopiers found at most high-end business properties around the world, many business hotels in Kuala Lumpur also feature automated fixed screens in some rooms, teleconferencing services, cordless microphones, and even dedicated banquet hosts.