Invito Hotel Suites
What We Love
- An Executive studio in an all-suites hotel with a pool overlooking the cityA dip in the hotel's open-air pool, with cityscape views
- The home-from-home feel of the studio suites
- An evening stroll to Jalan Alor – a foodie hotspot, right on your doorstep
What To Know
- Street noise is an issue and the hotel knows it, so they provide ear plugs
- Within walking distance of an array of KL's night markets, malls, and restaurants
- Free WiFi works well
Experience Kuala Lumpur like a local with a stay at an all-suites property in Bukit Ceylon. This 24-storey skyscraper is located in an area peppered with international hotels, but offers guests an alternative, studio-living concept.
With plenty of space in which to relax (especially ideal if you’re in town for more than a few days), the studios feature a living area, balcony, fully equipped kitchen and dining table, so you can rustle up a home-cooked breakfast in total comfort. Condo-style, the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence-awarded Invito Hotel Suites also features a fitness room and a lap pool on a high floor, overlooking the city.
How to Get There
The room is nice with the super king size bed comes with a big flat screen tv that can be turn for you view the amenities are fine but you need to request to the reception for tooth brush and slippers which should provided in the room with out request for it. the reception staff are very kind and helpful in all ways to serve the guest like mr lawrance mr jesse and mr avtar who can speak in Cantonese as well showed us the direction around kuala lumpur in details with the maps which we had a great time by going visiting around by public transport. the hotel must be proud to have them. we had a great 3 days stay in RAMADA hotel. next year if we plan to visit kuala lumpur we will sure to chose this hotel again
Room is very cozy :) We had a good night sleep :)
Big and clean room :) complete facilities.
Food can be improve.
Very nice Balcony view of KL tower.
Near bukit bintang where night is life <3
ridwan and zulaikha very good person and accommodating with our needs.
I did not stay at this hotel but went for a casual meeting with my boss. I went for breakfast and they had limited choices.
Guess the highlight would be the the assistance I got from Ridwan (front desk) -- thank you!!
Good value for money, good central location, good facilities....get a room at the back of the hotel unless you plan to spend all nigh,t up to about 3am, out drinking and partying...its noisy...even 22 floors up!!!!!
1. Location: Fairly accessible. 10-15 mins walk to large malls (Pavilion, Fahrenheit 88, Lot One) as well as Bukit Bintang Monorail .
2. Amenities around: Street hawkers, bars, restaurants, local food joints (Mamak stalls) as well as convenience stores just around the corner.
3. Hotel: Relatively new exterior, the interior as well as rooms look very new too.
Stayed in the Studio Executive King. Room is well furnished and definitely new throughout. Spacious, large king-sized bed. There was a work desk along with table lamp, comfy office chair. Large LCD TV (46 inches?). A 2-seater sofa occupied the half of the room coupled with coffee table. A dining table with 2 chairs by the wall.
Plentiful of cupboard storage near the kitchenette as well as at the TV console. A large proper-sized fridge! Electric kettle, hair dryer, safe box, iron and ironing board. Kitchenette with induction stove, hob, plates, bowls, cutleries, mugs. Microwave oven. Complimentary coffee & tea. You can technically cook all your meals! Toiletries all provided (toothbrush too!). Staff was prompt when I called in for towels or toiletries that they missed out.
Had breakfast in together with the rates for the 4D3N stay, might not be a large variety for some but more than sufficient. Breakfast is at their in-house bar (Hugo's). There's egg station, pastries and cold cut meats, fruits and salads, cereals, local food station (ie prata, sausages, vegetables, fried rice/noodles, porridge). Coffee/tea/juices. Breakfast items do change regularly enough.
Conclusion: At the price I paid (less than SGD$300 for 3 nights stay), it was extremely worth it. Relatively new hotel, well-furnished room, prompt staff and facilities as well as close proximity to malls and street hawkers makes it a strong contender to other hotels.