Marriott has unveiled the refurbished Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur, located within the city’s Golden Triangle district.
All 364 rooms and suites at the luxury hotel have been revamped under the direction of New York-based design studio Alexandra Champalimaud (responsible for projects including the suites at the Dorchester Hotel in London).
According to The Ritz-Carlton the new design “imbues the property with a fresh palette of pleasing neutral shades, contemporary details and uncompromisingly high quality furnishings and finishes throughout the 364 new guestrooms and suites, restaurants and public spaces”.
The project has also seen several new “experiences” introduced, including a spa treatment “based around the experience of Asia’s first Sensory Sound Bath Room”, and a Chef-on-Call “to tailor personalised menus and experiences for corporate and private events”.
There is also a new Library space with vintage cognacs and whiskies, and the hotel’s signature afternoon tea has been “refined, renewed and refreshed”.