4.0
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What We Love

  • Four on-site restaurants with a selection of Southeast Asian fare
  • Floor-to-ceiling glass helps guestrooms and suites feel even more expansive
  • Walking distance to the area’s best shopping, including Fahrenheit 88 and Starhill Gallery

What To Know

  • 45-minute drive from the airport
  • Free WiFi
  • Breakfast costs MYR 60 (about $19) per person

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Soaring glass gem in the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s shopping district with 468 rooms and top-notch amenities

The Lowdown

In Kuala Lumpur, it’s all about location — and this five-star tower in the heart of Bukit Bintang has one of the best in the Golden Triangle. By day, hit up the hotel’s air-conditioned squash court, then cool off at the lagoon-style swimming pool before retreating to your comfortably appointed room. Foodies are spoiled for choice in this neighborhood, but the 468-room resort cooks up plenty of reasons to dine on-site, with four restaurants serving traditional Cantonese, Japanese and Mediterranean fusion fare. The on-site Pulse Ultra Club, opened in June 2013, throws the after-party in these parts, with energizing music and panoramic views to match.

In the Area

An easy walk to Pavilion Shopping Mall, Fahrenheit 88, Starhill Gallery and a mass of high-end retailers including Louis Vuitton, Prada and Chanel, the resort also enjoys easy pedestrian access to Central Market and the National Art Gallery. Beyond the retail jungle, take a day trip to the National Zoo to interact with over 5,000 animals native to Asia and Africa; visit the 28-acre Istana Negara compound, the official residence of the King of Malaysia, overlooking the scenic Klang River; or explore the famed limestone Batu Caves for an afternoon. Save time for a photo-op at the iconic Thean Hou Temple, a six-tiered modern marvel that draws architectural inspiration from Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism.

How to Get There

Grand Millennium Hotel Kuala Lumpur
160 Jalan Bukit Bintang
Kuala Lumpur, 55100 Malaysia

Reviews

4.0 Very Good 2268 Reviews
The position of this hotel is the best you could wish for! Near everything -- for shopping and sightseeing!
Reviewed 10 hours ago

Our experience in 3 words - WE'LL BE BACK! From the bedroom to the buffet breakfast we could not fault it . . . 10 out of 10! The view and the attractions nearby is a shopper's and tourist delight! This is an hotel I would definitely recommend - a bit pricey but well worth every penny! From the entrance in the foyer to the ambiance and aroma that welcomes you as you enter, my wife and I would highly encourage you to enjoy and stay at this magnificent five star hotel!

Millennium Kuala Lumpur Recommended
Reviewed 1 day ago

booked one night at club floor, i enjoyed my stay too much at the hotel who is the best one in KL.,
comfertable room,Lounge benefits was great and all staff more than exellent,they help and served us more than staff at other hotels who i stayed in.

i recommended it.

Amazing Hotel
Reviewed 3 days ago

This is one of the best hotels we stayed in. Room was large with a sitting area with a couch. The room was very, very clean and modern.

This hotel and the quality of service and the amenities caused us to choose Comfort Suites hotels for the rest of our trip. The staff were friendly and the food at the breakfast was terrific. The room was beautiful and well-equipped.

Mourieen and The spa therapist were wonderful as I noticed all the staff were very hospitable.

Would definitely stay here again on our next trip in future.

An air of a private club of its age, a great base in the heart of Kuala Lumpur
Reviewed 6 days ago

Kuala Lumpur offers any number of brand new luxury hotels like Four Seasons or Banyan Tree, and now has numerous commercial and retail centers. 30 years ago, the Grand Millennium, then the Regent, was the city's newest. At the time, KL's oldest girl's school was next door. and the city's first shopping center Sungei Wang plaza had been open for 10 years across the road. The area is now KL's Times Square, with several new malls, including the country's flashiest, Pavilion, on the site of the school. The hotel is perfectly located then, for retail therapy, and walking distance from all the food and entertainment streets you could ask for. We had a spacious well appointed room on the club floor with everything you need, including free wifi. The fixtures and decor have an air of a private club of its age. If you need a base in town where you can get to meetings easily, as well to the city's best restaurants and amenities, this should definitely be on your list.

Great location...the rest was not up to expectations
Reviewed 7 days ago

Stayed towards the end of September for 2 nights with friends. Great location where we could easily get back to the hotel after shopping and things were aplenty surrounding the hotel. Nice and big lobby. Other than this, the hotel was a disappointment and leaves much to be desired from a brand like Grand Millennium. No engagement from the Front Office team members upon check-in and check-out, even though there were many of them standing at the desk. No additional information was provided by them. Did not feel a warm welcome at all and it seems many were just there for the sake of it. Rooms were old, dated, dusty and didn't seem ready when we entered for the first time. Was given connecting rooms but the connecting door was in bad shape. Torn pillow cases 2 days in a row and constant sound coming from bathroom, probably from the bidet / piping. Not something we had expected for a Hotel of this scale.