The lobby, which was previously located on the third floor, has been shifted to the ground floor. Walk through the door and the first thing that will catch your eye are the metal benches designed to resemble lumpur (mud). As you take a step further in, be sure to take in the sight of a 20-metre high art installation made of metal and wood by self-taught British artist, Jon Reading, which is an Instagrammable spot.
The rooms in this hotel are divided into four categories: Copper, Gold, Platinum and Diamond. We spent the night in the Gold room, which is ideal for one to three persons, and the best part is that you can have a good view of KL from this room.
The rooms and suites here come with basic necessities and amenities such as Appelles Apothecary & Lab toiletries, TCFS customised hoodie bathrobes, TWG Tea, Nespresso coffee capsules and quirky stationery.
Thanks to its strategic spot with plenty of food options around which are all within walking distance, plus Mr Chew’s Chino Latino Bar located just upstairs, we understand why room service isn’t a necessity in this hotel.