Live in luxury at a national heritage site. The Majestic’s original hotel was built in 1932 during the British colonial period and is still striking today for its grand Roman columns. During the ebullience of the post-war years, it became a lively social venue for dignitaries and the rich and famous, before shutting down in the mid-1980s and being put to other uses. A few years ago, it was converted back into a hotel, and a 15-storey wing designed in complementary Art Deco style was added to the original structure. As one of just two hotels in Malaysia that are part of the Autograph Collection (the other is Hotel Stripes, also run by YTL Hotels), The Majestic is a throwback to Old World glamour, where you can light up in a dedicated cigar room and have afternoon tea on the lawn – or in the delightful orchid conservatory.
A boutique hotel set in a pre-war shophouse in Chinatown
One of a collection of Sekeping urban retreats around Malaysia, designed by local landscape architect Ng Seksan
A vibrant hotel within Kuala Lumpur's 'Golden Triangle'
Alila Hotels & Resorts has adapted the ethos of its destination resorts to Kuala Lumpur’s city setting