Sometimes, what’s outside the window matters as much as the creature comforts behind the window. During my stay at The Prince Hotel & Residence Kuala Lumpur courtesy of the Tourism Malaysia Mega Fam trip in July 2010, I had a great room that looks out to a breathtaking view of the Petronas Twin Towers. Majestic during the day, brilliant at night and a beaming icon all year round. In most hotels I stay, time and weather permitting, I would head up all the way up to the highest floor that offers a smoker’s balcony to check out the night scene such as this view of Makati City from The Renaissance Hotel during the ASEAN Basketball League official launching event. Shirley Hoo, Director of Marketing Communication of Prince Hotel gave me and my colleagues on this trip an exclusive tour of the Prince Suite and an opportunity to see a lot more of the Twin Towers than possible from my room. With 240 square metres of luxury, chandeliers, opulent furnishing the living room features a panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur city. Here are some pictures from our visit.
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A panoramic view of the Petronas Twin Towers overlooking KL city fills the ambiance of the living room.
Any guest who can afford the Prince Suite is rewarded with this panoramic view of the Twin Towers overlooking Kuala Lumpur city day and night. I'm honoured to have this privilege of visiting the suite not once but twice to have seen both day and night!
The view of the Twin Towers and KL city isn't limited to the living room. Enjoy the breathtaking view in a choice of thick terry robe or over-sized bath towel. How incredibly cool is this?
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