Arriving early for a 5 pm wedding ceremony at 3.30 pm on Saturday, 17th January, we decided to have hi tea here, however the restaurant on the ground floor was closed and the cafe on the 2nd floor only accept guests from in house or reservation only. We were turned away and disappointed. The only choice was to go out of the hotel. We were informed by the security guard that there was a mamak restaurant located about 8 minutes walk away using an underpass. We decided to check it out and called our friends to join us from the hotel too. Unfortunately, two snatch thieves robbed our female friend on her way to join us. She lost everything. Still in shock, she didn't enjoy the wedding dinner the whole night. We are indeed shocked and saddened over what happened to our friend. It is indeed unbelievable that there is no coffee house or F&B facilities for guests to enjoy in such an established hotel at any time of the time of the day. Attempts to use our own mobile data at the hotel were also blocked and we had no choice but were forced to buy the hotel owner's Telco. The hotel is located far from shopping and far from known eateries...come prepared next time
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur was built in the 1930s and was ranked as one of Southeast Asia's grandest hotels. Re-opening in December 2012, the hotel is poised to reclaim this former glory; its piece-de-resistance will be The Majestic Wing, whose Neo-Classical details have been meticulously restored. An annexe, housing the majority of the plush rooms, was designed to complement the historic building. A spa has been designed in art-deco fashion. ... more less
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