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The RuMa Hotel

Set in a striking tower within the Golden Triangle commercial district, this upmarket hotel is 4 minutes' walk from KLCC Park, a 9-minute walk from the PETRONAS Twin Towers

The Ruma Hotel & Residences effortlessly blends the nation's mining heritage with the modern cityscape. Situated just a stone's throw away from the central business district and the iconic Petronas Towers, it offers a perfect fusion of past and present. Upon entering, the hotel's design gracefully transports you to the industrious 19th century, reminiscent of Malaysia's booming mining era. Elements such as gold accents, copper embellishments, weathered steel, and lantern-inspired lighting pay homage to this rich history. In the guest rooms, the ambiance softens with rattan furniture and pale-wood paneling, imbuing a warm, homely touch – a nod to the Malay word "rumah," meaning house. Yet, the overall design maintains its contemporary edge with clean lines and modern aesthetics. The hotel's amenities offer delightful diversions, including the chic Malaysian restaurant, Atas, and a cantilevered infinity pool extending from the sixth floor, providing stunning views. For relaxation, there's the elegant Ur spa on the same level, and an outpost of the renowned London barbershop, Truefitt & Hill, adding a touch of sophistication to the experience. From the moment you step into the rooms, regardless of their tier, you'll notice a subtle homage to traditional Malaysian aesthetics. Each room is adorned with exquisite rattan furnishings, lantern-inspired lampshades, and charming screen doors. Even the coziest accommodations boast luxurious bathrooms featuring oval soaking tubs strategically placed by the windows to enhance your experience. When it comes to the picturesque vistas, we highly recommend opting for a Grand Studio or higher room category. By doing so, you can ensure a captivating view of the iconic Petronas Towers right from your window.
Kuala Lumpur
About an hour from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, 5 minutes walk from Petronas Twin Towers
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