Plaza Grand Hotel
, an international standard 3-star hotel with 158 guest rooms and suites, is strategically located at Jalan Raja Laut in the centre of Kuala Lumpur's fast growing business, commercial and shopping district. The Sultan Ismail STAR LRT station is located across the road and the Medan Tuanku Monorail Station are a few minutes’ walk from the hotel that provides services to many parts of Kuala Lumpur. We are within walking distance to Sogo Kuala Lumpur & Maju Junction Mall.

The hotel building accommodates triple split-level basement car park and the ground floor contains the Lobby, Reception, Coffee House and Piano Bistro. The Conference Room is located on the 1st Floor whilst the Plaza Grand Ballroom occupies the 2nd Floor. Hotel rooms are located from the 4th Floor onwards and are accessible via two modern elevators.

Accommodation is first class with well appointed interiors, modern amenities and tastefully furnished, offering the very best in comfort. Depending on your budget and your needs, you can choose from a range of accommodation at an affordable price.

For a touch of luxury, choose one of our Plaza Grand Premier Deluxe Rooms and Suite on the 8th, 9th, 10th Floors of the Hotel. Besides the standard facilities, guests will enjoy an added range of deluxe room amenities and a host of complimentary services.

The Premier Plaza Grand Suite comprises a living room, master bedroom with a king-size bed, one guest bedroom with double bed, dining room with four-seater dining table and a service kitchen. It boasts of a Jacuzzi allowing guests to enjoy a relaxing and therapeutic bath.

Traditional Herritage Of Malaysia

A Dazzling Tapestry of Asian Traditions from magnificent tribal head-feathers with bark body-covers to antique gold-woven royal songket fabric, the array of Malaysia's traditional costumes and textiles are stunningly diverse and colourful.

In the early days, the aboriginal tribes wore native bark costumes and beads. With the advent of the ancient kingdoms, hand-loomed fine textiles and intricate Malay batik were used by the Malay royalty. As foreign trade flourished, costumes and textiles such as Chinese silk, the Indian pulicat or plaid sarong and the Arabian jubbah a robe with wide sleeves were introduced to the country.

Today, traditional attire such as the Malay baju kebaya, Indian saree and Chinese cheongsam are still widely worn.

Attractions Of Kuala Lumpur

img
Aquaria KLCC

Distance from Hotel - 12 min (2.5 km) by car

img
Petronas Twin Tower

Distance from Hotel - 12 min (2.5 km) by car

img
Batu Caves

Distance from Hotel - 23 min (12.2 km) by car

img
Genting Highlands

Distance from Hotel - 58 min (48.4 km) by car

img
Bukit Bintang

Distance from Hotel - 18 min (3.7 km) by car

img
Central Market Kuala Lumpur

Distance from Hotel - 14 min (4.7 km) by car

img
Sunway lagoon

Distance from Hotel - 34 min (22.1 km) by car

img
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

Distance from Hotel - 14 min (6.0 km) by car

Call Us

+603-2698 2255

go