Midrange stays in Kuala Lumpur means staying in hotels that don’t allow customers to rent rooms by the hour, while also not being so expensive that you end up eating nothing but instant cup noodles.
With these hotels comes the offer of simple creature comforts without breaking the bank.
Shop around for deals, especially during off-peak season and you’ll be surprised how far your money can stretch.
Cititel next to the MidValley shopping centre is a fairly mid-priced hotel that has the added convenience of being right next to one of KL’s most popular malls, MidValley Megamall.
Another option to consider is the Berjaya Times Square Hotel that is located right next to a monorail stop, making it convenient. It is also next to Berjaya Times Square, a sprawling complex that encompasses a mall and office premises. You can skip the shopping there, though, as there are far superior malls in the vicinity.
Hotel service standards are also generally decent, while of course not being anywhere near the standards of, say, the Shangri-La. Still you can expect cleanliness, fairly responsive staff and generally very good value-for-money if you earn in US dollars, pound, euro or yen.
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