Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel doesn’t look like how it used to anymore


By Rachel Au

Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel doesn’t look like how it used to anymore

Did you know that the Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel is known as “the Grand Dame” of hotels in KL? After a good 22 years, the hotel finally underwent a multimillion-dollar facelift and with the renovations now completed, it’s like brand new.

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For starters, it has increased its room inventory to 398 rooms and from the comfortable Deluxe Rooms to the spacious Suites, they’ve all been refreshed with bright and contemporary finishing.

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The 38th floor’s Club Lounge, which overlooks the KL Tower, has also been renewed with wanderlust hues, promising to gives its guests a restful ambience. Adding on to the long list of new interiors are the hotel’s dining venues such as the Chinese restaurant Celestial Court, the standalone Italian restaurant Villa Danieli (which really gives off strong Tuscany villa vibes) and The Pavilions Lounge & Bar.

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However, the last two venues are more than just a prettier place to dine at. Villa Danieli has a new chef—Fedrico Bozzo from Genoa, Italy who is set to interpret traditional Italian dishes while using local Malaysian produce. The Pavilions Lounge’s living room, on the other hand, has been transformed into a new library-styled bar area with a built-in wine cellar and cigar humidor.

Sheraton Imperial KL Hotel – The Pavilions Lounge


Similarly, the meeting and banqueting facilities have also been upgraded with new furnishings and state-of-the-art AV equipment. Let’s just say, don’t judge the hotel from its historic colonial-style setting. Within the building is a host of new comforts, technology and experiences to satisfy every need and more.

For more info, visit the website or call 03 2717 9900.



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