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St. Regis Hotels & Resorts opens in KL

Home to the largest rooms in town and an impressive art collection, what's not to love?

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 10 May 2016

St. Regis KL
Photo: Starwood Hotels & Resorts

The newly opened St. Regis Kuala Lumpur will be perfect for all your stay-cation needs. It may be in one of the busiest parts of KL, but the hotel is just a stone's throw from the KL Sentral LRT station, the Lake Gardens, the National Museum and the Houses of Parliament.

Besides the spacious suites with walk-in closets and signature butler service, the St. Regis KL is also home to some of the finest restaurants and art collections.

You can't possibly overlook the gigantic 3.5 metre horse sculpture by Colombian artist Fernando Botero, located in the Drawing Room, or the hand-etched leather murals by Mark Evans (pictured below) that are featured in the hotel lobby.

One of the hand-etched leather murals by Mark Evans (Photo: Starwood Hotels & Resorts)

St. Regis KL's dining venues include Taka by Sushi Saito – the first restaurant to open outside Tokyo by three Michelin-starred chef Takashi Saito. There's also The Brasserie, Ginza Tenkuni, The Astor Bar and Decanter, and The Crystal rooftop bar that serve cocktails and a selection of the finest house wines.

Guests will receive a special 20% discount off the best available rates and double Starpoints as part of the hotel's special opening offer. Room rates currently start at RM1,084 per night but price. Click here or call 03 2727 1111 for more information.

See below for more photos of St. Regis KL.

The Astor Bar (Photo: Starwood Hotels & Resorts)
The Brasserie (Photo: Starwood Hotels & Resorts)
Taka by Sushi Saito (Photo: Starwood Hotels & Resorts)

Deluxe Room (Photos: Starwood Hotels & Resorts)

Related: St. Regis Hotels & Resorts opens in Langkawi
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