Conveniently located at Kuala Lumpur’s most coveted address in the heart of the city centre, Tribeca Serviced Suites Bukit Bintang could just be the kind of accommodation that international business travellers or long staying guests seek.

The property – which is a project by Low Yat Group and managed by FLH Hospitality Management – offers a safe and value-added convenient lifestyle with commodious comfort likened to a private home.

With extra security measure, most of the floors are only accessible by key card-operated elevators. I stayed in The Duo fully-furnished suite, featuring two bedrooms containing king-sized and single beds respectively with luxurious and comfortable linens. The suite’s design emphasises on simplicity with clean lines and white walls with laminated wood panels for interesting contrast in texture. It also has a fully equipped kitchen suitable for preparing simple tasks like cup noodles up to an elaborate meal. Other services include laundry and ironing facilities, hair dryer, flat screen satellite/cable tv, high speed internet, IDD telephones with data port and voice mail, electronic safe, universal charger, choice of pillow, tea- and coffee-making facilities and coffee machine (only on premier floors). The availability of extra amenities helps to shave off costs compared to other pay-per-use services offered in other luxury hotels.

Tribeca Serviced Suites Bukit Bintang also offers various signature amenities and services, including a five-star concierge with friendly bilingual staff who stand ready to answer guests’ queries at any time of the day, be it during the wee hours of the night or at the first ray of morning light. Other facilities include five iconic pods: the zen pod features a multipurpose space for wellness classes; the social pod is the space to watch television, indulge in games and socialise; the business pod encompasses a variety of meeting rooms and work spaces; the gym pod consists of state-of-the-art fitness equipment; and the jungle pod is where children can stir their imagination by conquering the jungle-like playground or other fun-filled activities. For adults, the hotel also offers their guests special tours and classes such as yoga.

When it comes to dining, guests can expect to be treated with one of the finest dining establishments in Klang Valley. Brought by the team behind the award-winning Yellow Brick Road Café on Jalan Batai and Red Bean Bag in Publika, the stylish Wizards is the epitome of a great café, located on the ground floor of Tribeca Serviced Suites Bukit Bintang. Its interior is tastefully designed and the geniuses behind the kitchen have come up with madly diverse range of brews and well thought out menu. I personally love the Goodness Grains set for breakfast, comprising muesli, granola, chia seeds and stone fruit with warm soy milk that are so simple yet brought sunshine to my early morning. Other favourites include Japanese Soy Glazed Halibut and the beautifully presented Deconstructed Tiramisu. If these are not enough, guests may simply embark on their own epicurean adventure at the nearby food spots like Jalan Alor and Jalan Mesui.

Fashionistas staying at Tribeca Serviced Suites Bukit Bintang can go on a shopping spree at Starhill Gallery, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, Fahrenheit 88 and even Suria KLCC, all located merely 10 minutes’ walk away. At the same time, technology geeks can do their pilgrimage to Low Yat Plaza nearby. The property also proves to be an ideal base due to it being accessible by roads and public transport. What I love most about its location is that despite its centrality, Tribeca Serviced Suites Bukit Bintang somehow manages to shield itself from the city’s cacophony.

So, if you are looking for an accommodation in Kuala Lumpur that delivers the Malaysian hospitality with convenient access to important landmarks, Tribeca Serviced Suites Bukit Bintang is definitely worth considering…

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