Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel Unveils New Look

The refreshed hotel features new decor, an increased room count, and stylish furnishings in its Club Lounge.

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Following a multimillion-dollar facelift, Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel has unveiled a fresh new look including refreshed dining concepts and new facilities. The hotel is situated near Kuala Lumpur City Centre and the heritage-rich zone of Dang Wangi, formerly known as Campbell Road.

Among the upgrades are an increased room count, as well as a wider range of accommodation options. Guests can look forward to 398 rooms including the cozy superior rooms and the spacious deluxe rooms and suites. All the rooms also come with bright and contemporary finishes.

The guest-favorite Club Lounge on the 38th floor boasts unobstructed views of the KL Tower, but has also been reimagined with soothing hues to create a restful ambiance.  

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Its dining establishments have also been elevated with new decor for guests to enjoy. Chinese restaurant Celestial Court features a new and elegant look, making it an ideal venue for celebratory banquets, corporate functions, and gatherings with family and friends. Meanwhile, Italian restaurant Villa Danieli welcomes a new chef, Fedrico Bozzo from Genoa, to interpret traditional Italian dishes while using local Malaysian produce. Designed for intimate gatherings and informal meetings, The Pavilions Lounge’s living room area has been transformed into a new library-styled bar area with a built-in wine cellar and cigar humidor. 

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Mike Fulkerson, vice-president, brand and marketing Asia Pacific of Marriott International said: “As our most global brand within the Marriott International portfolio, Sheraton is recognized and trusted by guests worldwide. We are ecstatic to see new energy injected into Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur because this hotel has deep roots in the local community, and we want to further build connections with travelers.” 

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