Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Hotel has relaunched after an extensive transformation to increase its room count, refresh dining concepts and update meeting facilities.
Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur managing director Frank Beck said he is excited to reveal the new-look hotel to guests.
“We have been welcoming guests for the past 22 years and cannot wait to show them our new look after the completion of a multi-million-dollar facelift that encompasses a wider range of accommodation options, a new look for our meeting facilities and revamped dining concepts,” he said.
“We strive to create everlasting memories that make us part of our guests’ lives while setting the bar for uncompromising service to offer guests an unrivaled stay and dining experience.”
The hotel has increased its room inventory to 398 rooms to offer guests a wider range of accommodation options, all refreshed with a bright and contemporary look.
The Club Lounge on the 38th floor overlooking the KL Tower has also been transformed.
Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur’s meeting and banqueting facilities include a Junior and Grand Ballroom, Boardroom and 13 meeting rooms, which have been fitted with new furnishings and updated AV equipment.
The hotel’s dining venues include Chinese restaurant Celestial Court and Villa Danieli, a standalone Italian restaurant that recreates the Tuscany villa dining experience.
The Pavilions Lounge & Bar has been redesigned to showcase a combination of modern fixtures and heritage characteristics. The Pavilions Lounge living room area has been further transformed into a new library-styled bar area with built-in wine cellar.