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What We Love

  • The city’s first full-butler hotel, offering personalized service
  • Spa Village's treatments use products made from indigenous ingredients
  • Four restaurants with in-room dining service

What To Know

  • Self-parking costs MYR 10 (about $3) per day; valet is MYR 25 (about $8)
  • In-room WiFi is MYR 50 (about $15) per day
  • Breakfast is MYR 68 (about $21) per person


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Sumptuous sleep in the heart of the Golden Triangle with butler service and intuitive amenities

The Lowdown

Despite its 365-room size and dynamic downtown locale, the Ritz-Carlton Kuala Lumpur maintains the intimacy of a private guesthouse, thanks to the personal butler service that comes standard with each room. Four on-site restaurants, including award-winning Cantonese venue Li Yen, as well as personal in-room dining services give an appealing alternative to the restaurants that crowd nearby Bukit Bintang. The full-service Spa Village and stocked fitness center provide diversions for the health and wellness set. And elegant guestrooms blend Old World elegance with modern conveniences, including executive work stations, flat-panel HD TVs and marble bathrooms with bath-butler services.

In the Area

Old meets new in Kuala Lumpur, a city that blends British Colonial history and modern architectural machismo on the same city block. Visit nearby Bukit Bintang for the area’s best shopping, from artisanal markets and craft stalls to high-end retailers such as Bvlgari and Louis Vuitton. Get vertical on the 41st-floor Skybridge at Petronas Twin Towers, among the world’s tallest freestanding buildings at 88 stories (nearly 1,483 feet). Explore native marine life at one of Malaysia’s newest attractions, Aquaria KLCC. And decompress from the city buzz with an afternoon picnic by the lake in the Perdana Botanical Garden,, Kuala Lumpur’s most popular park.

How to Get There

The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur
168 Jalan Imbi
Kuala Lumpur, 55100 Malaysia


4.5 Very Good 1623 Reviews
100% quality as always
Abdullah A

I don't expect less from RC KL and its staff. Good location , friendly staff and beautiful rooms. The breakfast buffet was very well maintained with very friendly staff

Overall keep up the good work RC KL you will always have my stay when I visit KL.

Special thanks to Mr. Mohammed from the reservation department on handling all our reservations in Malaysia with a personal touch.

Convenient and luxurious

Stayed there for 4 night in KL.
When we checked in we got a complimentary upgrade to a suite on the 19th level.
The lobby of the hotel looks deceivingly small but it’s not until you take escalators upstairs that you realise the expansive other areas.
“The Library” looked amazing. We were so jealous looking at height tea being served but never got the chance to have it while we were there.
Buffet breakfast was amazing with excellent variety of Indian, western and Chinese cuisines.
Waiters were extremely attentive. The only complaint was the coffee. It would be good if you could employ several baristas. The machine coffee on offer was horrible.
Service was great with turn down service and a brownie being offered. The concierge was attentive. One annoying thing was when booking tours there was this pressure to pay cash for everything because of some tourist tax. It wasn’t a comfortable feeling at all to fee coerced.
Apart from that I’d definitely go back to stay there again. The location was extremely convenient to local shops and eateries.
You can walk from Ritz Carlton into the JW Marriott lobby and cross one set of light to get to Pavilion shopping centre.

KL visit
Grant D

Nice hotel although a little dated. No double glazing in rooms so local traffic could be heard. Very close and convenient for local shopping and Twin towers. Staff very attentive. Good choice at breakfast and nice lounge for evening drinks.