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Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur

  • Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur, 50088 , Malaysia
  • OPENING DATE:

    2018
  • GENERAL MANAGER:

    Tom Roelens
Physical Features

Total Number of Rooms:  209

  • Guest Rooms: 198
  • Suites: 11

Number of Serviced Apartments: 27

Number of Private Residences: 242

Number of Stories: 65 (main tower); B1-4 (retail podium), 5-7 (hotel facilities), 8-18 (guest rooms), 19-21 (serviced apartments), 22-65 (private residences)

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Design Aesthetic: A sleek, 65-storey skyscraper redefines Kuala Lumpur’s skyline; outfitted with sophisticated contemporary interiors

Architect: NRY Architects

Interior Designer(s): Susan Issac and Andy Png (Wilson Associates)

Location:

  • In the middle of the Golden Triangle neighbourhood, Kuala Lumpur’s exciting business, shopping and entertainment hub
  • Part of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC) complex, which encompasses 40 hectares (100 acres) of upscale shopping, fine dining and world-class nightlife
  • Overlooking KLCC Park and offering lush views and direct access to the park’s 20 hectares (50 acres) of open space, including tropical gardens, water features and a jogging track
  • Adjacent to the landmark Petronas Twin Towers and across the park from the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
  • Five-minute walk via a pedestrian subway to KLCC Station, which offers rapid transit connections throughout the city
  • 20 minutes from KL Sentral and 55 minutes from Kuala Lumpur International Airport
Spa and Wellness

Spa:

Interior Designer: Wilson Associates

Number of Treatment Rooms: 8, including a suite treatment room and 2 couple's treatment rooms

Signature Treatments:

  • Four Seasons Rotan Manau Aroma Massage
  • Urutan Malaysian Massage
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Fitness Centre:

Total Space: 145 sq. m./ 1561 sq. ft.

Special Features: State-of-the-art gym equipment, city view overlooking Kuala Lumpur’s skyline

Pool:

  • 200 sq. m./ 2153 sq. ft.
  • Infinity outdoor pool with cityscape
  • 6 individual cabanas set at the poolside (184 sq. m./ 1981 sq. ft.)
Dining

Executive Chef: Junious Dickerson

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Restaurant: Yun House

“Yun” meaning park in Cantonese that symbolises the KLCC park view that the restaurant is facing. Yun House introduces a modern approach on timeless dining. It serves the finest Chinese delicacies that have a strong influence from Cantonese cuisine, with its signature spread of sumptuous dim sum. Yun House offers a comprehensive selection of classic and contemporary drinks, oriental brewed tea and innovative tea-infused mocktails and cocktails.

  • Cuisine: Regional specialities of China with a focus on Cantonese cuisine
  • Indoor Seating: 142
  • Designer: Ed Ng and Terence Ngan (AB Concept)
  • Décor: An ornate yet sophisticated dining room accented with bold colours and textured fabric; xpansive floor-to-ceiling windows bring in natural light and enable guests to dine with a view of the KL skyline
  • Special features: 5 private dining rooms; one section of the restaurant can be closed off and seats 52 persons

Restaurant: CurATE

CurATE is an all-day dining outlet that serves an international buffet. In CurATE, signature items are personalised to the individual needs of the guests. The chefs share the spotlight with the food as they prepare dishes right in front of the guests such as air tossing pizzas and pulling handmade noodles.

  • Cuisine: International Buffet
  • Indoor Seating: 170
  • Designer: Susan Issac & Andy Png (Wilson Associates)
  • Décor: A sleek yet textured interior with use of glass and mirror panel lighting; mesmerising glass art installation hangs above the diners while the large show kitchen is the main focal point of the restaurant; floor to ceiling windows
  • Special Features: Authentic food selections that reflect the diversity of local cultures and a blend of western cuisine

Bar: Bar Trigona

Trigona is a species of native bee in Malaysia. It is a stylish bar that celebrates the rich and diverse flora found in the Malaysian Peninsula with expertly crafted cocktails and spirits. The drink selection is approachable yet packed with details.

  • Cuisine: Specialty Bar
  • Indoor Seating: 58
  • Designer: Ed Ng and Terence Ngan (AB Concept)
  • Décor: Textures of wood and traditional weaving cover the surfaces around the bar, creating a warm and welcoming ambience, adorned with waves of illuminated glass droplets, framing the view of the KL skyline
  • Special Features: Centralised elevated bar; locally inspired cocktails that focus on the bounty of ingredients, herbs and spices available in Malaysia

 

Restaurant: The Lounge at Four Seasons

Located on the 6th floor, adjacent to the lobby, The Lounge at Four Seasons is the place to meet and mingle. Its menu focuses on preserving the authentic flavours of Malaysian cuisine and classic Western highlights. A traditional English high afternoon tea is served daily, complimenting the elegant setting of the lounge.

  • Cuisine: Lounge
  • Indoor Seating: 68
  • Designer: Ed Ng and Terence Ngan (AB Concept)
  • Décor: Décor is loosely inspired from a Malaysian inner courtyard; it is intended to be light, refined yet familiar; a collection of artefacts on display throughout the restaurant
  • Special Features: A menu presents a balance blend of Asian and Western cuisine but the main focus is on traditional English high tea

Restaurant: Pool Bar and Grill

Set within the KL city skyline, during the day the pool bar offers a city oasis to relax and enjoy the tropical weather. In the evening the area transforms into a chilled out venue which brings together the aroma of grilled meats, Middle Eastern spices and sweet shisha.

  • Cuisine: Middle Eastern
  • Outdoor Seating: 30
  • Designer: Susan Issac & Andy Png (Wilson Associates)
  • Special Features: Dual concept of pool bar by the day and shisha lounge serving al-fresco small bites in the evening

Restaurant: Decadent

Located at B1 of the retail podium, Decadent serves delicate indulgences ranging from chocolate brittle, artisanal cakes and festive hampers all handcrafted by our passionate pastry team.

  • Cuisine: Pastry and baked goods
  • Designer: Susan Issac & Andy Png (Wilson Associates)
  • Décor: A distinct marble counter top supported by tanned wood panels creates a luxurious yet warm feel to the shop
  • Special Features: Live chocolate tempering and production of items such as chocolate brittle and special gelato

 

Recreation

Off-Site

Easily accessed activities include:

  • Shopping at Shoppes at Four Seasons Place - A 6-floor luxury retail podium located just below Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur
  • Jogging at KLCC Park - A 20-hectare city park with greens and jogging tracks located just adjacent to Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur
  • Aquaria KLCC - A world class aquarium showcasing marine life and animals from Malaysia and around the world; located beneath the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre and 10 minutes walking distance from the Hotel
  • Petronas Towers - The iconic towers of Kuala Lumpur allow visitors to experience the cityscape from the 88th floor observatory deck; at the foot of the towers stands a buzzling luxury retail mall
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Meetings, Special Events and Weddings

Total Event Space: 1,821 sq. m. / 19,016 sq. ft.

Grand Ballroom: 770 sq. m. / 8,280 sq. ft. (divisible, plus pre function space)

Four Seasons Ballroom: 192 sq. m. /2,067 sq. ft. (divisible, plus pre function space)

Meet and Feed Capacity: 420

Banquet Capacity: 520

Breakout Spaces: 5

Private Dining Rooms:

  • 40 sq. m. / 430 sq. ft. (CurATE)
  • 113.5 sq. m./ 1,211 sq. ft. (Yun House)
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Additional Meeting Rooms:

  • Spring Board Room:  43.8 sq.m. (480 sq. ft.)
  • Summer Room: 35 sq.m. (400 sq. ft.)
  • Autumn Room: 38.5 sq.m. (450 sq. ft.)
  • Winter Room : 38.5 sq.m. (450 sq. ft.)