Majestic by name, and majestic by nature. This iconic escape is a striking sight amid Kuala Lumpur’s exemplary architecture. Located across from the old Moorish-style train station in the city’s historical mile, The Majestic Hotel was, during its hey-day, ranked as one of Southeast Asia's grandest hotels.

The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur Luxury Holidays

Staying at The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur these days rewards you with the same grandeur that made the luxury escape famous. The Majestic wing has been meticulously restored to its former glory. While the newly built adjacent Tower Wing, houses the majority of the plush rooms and compliments the historic building with its modern art deco style. When it comes to dining, The Smoke House, embodies the delicious decadence of the 1930s, offering a lounge and bar, a private dining room with a chef on call, card, cigar and screening rooms. Colonial charm and traditions are evident in the delicious High Tea’s taken in the orchid conservatory. There is a bespoke tailor and the salon of Truefitt & Hill, the world leader in gentlemen’s grooming. This is high-end life at its finest. 

Things to do at The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur

Whether it’s relaxing, indulging or exploring, there’s something unforgettable in store for guests staying here on their Malaysia holiday. The hotel’s award winning Majestic Spa has been distinctively appointed in the art nouveau style of Charles Rennie Mackintosh’s famous Willow Tearooms in Scotland and offers sublime treatments incorporating lavender, roses and berries. And only ten minutes to the centre of the city, the hotel is situated near many of the city's tourist attractions, including the National Museum, National Mosque, Islamic Arts Museum, Lake Gardens and Bird and Butterfly Parks. Your luxurious Kuala Lumpur adventure starts here. 

Please note: There is a butler service exclusively in the Majestic Wing of the hotel. 

Please note: The Ministry of Health has issued a new No Smoking Policy under the Control of Tobacco Product Regulations 2018. Smoking is now prohibited in all common areas of this hotel, including guestrooms, room balconies, lawns & gardens, driveway, entrance way and other common building facilities. Smoking means the inhaling, exhaling, breathing, or possession of any lighted cigarettes, cigar, pipe, e-cigarette and other similar lighted product. Persons contravening the No Smoking Policy may face an on-the-spot fine of RM10,000, or imprisonment for a term of not exceeding two years. Please be informed that any guests who violate the No Smoking rules will be held responsible. The management appreciates your cooperation and understanding.

Please note: The dates for Ramadan 2021 are Monday 12th April – Tuesday 11th May. Visitors during this time should be aware that opening times may vary and some restrictions may apply. Please speak to your specialist at Kenwood Travel for more information.

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Accommodation

Deluxe

With an inspiring view of Kuala Lumpur's city skyline, the comfortably elegant Deluxe Rooms are perfect for business or pleasure, complete with luxurious furnishings.

Junior Suite

The Junior Suites offer a picturesque view of one of Kuala Lumpur's heritage sites or the gardens. Featuring a combination of contemporary and classic design, delight yourself in a room that offers you a time lost in history.

Grand Suite

The immaculately designed Grand Suites look out over the gardens. Luxuriously furnished, these one-bedroom suites with a separate living area offer you the privacy of your personal space while discussions or get-togethers take place in the living room.

Colonial Suite

Step back in time where colonial charm endures in the present. Discover the pleasure of reliving the past in classic art deco settings complemented with the fine modern furnishings of this spacious suite comprising a separate living room and bedroom.

Governor Suite

Indulge in the lap of luxury in our graciously appointed Governor Suite. With one of Kuala Lumpur's heritage scenic views framed within your room window, these spacious suites with separate living room and bedroom will have you lost in sweet nostalgia.

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Food & Drink

Colonial Cafe

The Colonial Café recreates the atmosphere of the halcyon days of the planters of Malaya and offers authentic classical cuisine from the colonial era. Plush red leather chairs, crisply starched white tablecloths and timber paneling reinforce the colonial feel. Located in the Majestic Wing, it seats 120 both indoors as well as in outdoor covered courtyards.

Contango

Located in the Tower Wing, Contango is a luxuriously designed contemporary restaurant featuring an open kitchen interactive dining concept with a seating capacity for 250 people. The cuisine, freshly prepared to order, ranges from Asian, Japanese, to Western and Grilled dishes. A 2000 bottle wine cellar includes the Opus One vertical collection of wine created through a collaboration between Baron Philippe de Rothschild and Robert Mondavi.

Tea Lounge

The elegant Tea Lounge in the Majestic Wing is open to the breezes off the lawn fronting the hotel. The old-fashioned grid ceilings feature classic cut-glass lighting with antique brass fittings. Cosy arrays of comfortable arm chairs with subdued lighting from table lamps provide the perfect setting for English Afternoon Tea with a Malaysian twist.

The Bar

The Bar is a central focus in the Majestic Wing with dark panels, mirrors and brass, and where you can enjoy a Stengah, Gin Pahit or Sling just like the planters of old. The gold-leafed domed ceiling is an original feature of the historic hotel. Come nightfall, nostalgia fills the air as the descendants of the legendary Maestro Alfonso Soliano, a family whose musical traditions date well back into the nation’s history, entertain with their classic renditions.