1. The Element, Kuala Lumpur
Holding the title as the tallest eco-friendly hotel in Kuala Lumpur, The Element stands tall at 275 metres and has a total of 252 spacious rooms. The interior has a modern design with marble bathrooms while its facilities include an on-site restaurant, swimming pool and fitness centre. A visit to the 39th floor of the building also allows guests to soak in the stunning view of the city or rolling hills of Ampang.
Located a stone throw away from commercial districts and with a Green Building Index certification, the hotel uses environmentally friendly ways to create luxury and comfort for its customers. The hotel carries out eco-friendly practices on a day to day basis. Harvesting rainwater, monitoring indoor air quality and using energy-efficient LED lighting are just some of its many environmental efforts. To reduce plastic wastage, the hotel doesn’t provide plastic mineral water bottles. Instead, they equip each room with filtered water system certified by NSF International, making it safe to drink water straight from the tap.
Add: Jalan Binjai, Kuala Lumpur, 50450
Tel: 03-2771 3388
Web: The Element KL