Thursday, December 24, 2015

WOLO Bukit Bintang Hotel

I love to stay in boutique hotels, that's pretty obvious.
And I love to stay in Bukit Bintang whenever I went Kuala Lumpur.
Combine both of these, WOLO Bukit Bintang Hotel certainly suits my preference and taste.

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#1: It's easy to spot WOLO - Just next to Tous Les Jours

One of the main reason I chosen this boutique and chic hotel is because of its strategic location - situated right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur's Golden Triangle. Less than 5 minutes walk from the 
Bukit Bintang Monorail Station, this hotel is easy access to majority of the famous and popular spots such as Jalan Alor, a haven for hawker and street fare, numerous of shopping malls such as Sungei Wang Plaza, Lot 10, Pavilion KL, Fahrenheit 88, Berjaya Times Square and more. 

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#2: The hotel lobby is located on the second floor 

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#2: Colourful and artistically decorated wall behind the front desk 

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#3: The key to our room

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#4: Our room theme with two single beds

Stepped into the room, both my friend and I were absolutely being "wow-ed" by its chic concept and interior design of the room. We were underestimated the size of the room and we're totally wrong about it. The room was pretty huge and spacious. The two single beds were surrounded by a wooden platform which I found it's unique and special. 

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#4: Free drinking waters were provided

Wide range of amenities are available within the room such as free WiFi, mini bar, LCD/plasma screen, work desk, telephone, iron, iron board and more. 

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#5: Black coloured marble bathroom - Love this concept

The bathroom is divided into two partitions; the toilet and shower room. The interesting about the shower room is the glass covered by the blind and if don't mind showing off your sexy and fit body, you can open up the blind and enjoy the beautiful scenery outside of the room. 

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#6: View outside from our room - Intersection of Bukit Bintang road and Jalan Sultan Ismail

The room that we booked inclusive of breakfast. And guess where we had our breakfast? None other than the notable authentic French bakery, Tous Les Jours. I dined in here before and frankly speaking, I love the bread and pastries here. 


Breakfast was served from 7.30 am until 10.30 am at the first floor, which mainly catered for the hotel guests only. By the time we were there, it was quite packed and crowded but luckily we found a table for us. The breakfast consists of Western meals such as sausages, ham and numerous of breads and pastries, fruits juice, coffee and tea. There even has live egg station (my favourite) where the guests can order sunny side up, scrambled egg and mini omelette. 

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#7: Breakfast served at first floor

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#8: Western breakfast which consists of bread, pastries, sausage, hams and fruit juices

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#9: Tous Les Jours on the ground floor

With its perfect and convenient location, WOLO Bukit Bintang hotel is definitely one of the hotels I'm looking forward to return again when I back to Kuala Lumpur. 

Date Stayed: 29 May - 30 May 2015 (1 night)
Rate I Paid: RM274.81  per night for a "Our Room" twin bed including breakfast (Booked via Agoda)

Disclaimer:
This review is truly based on my own personal experience and is my genuine and honest opinion of this hostel, and that I have no personal or business relationship with this establishment.

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4 comments:

  1. Ooo...this looks good. Thanks for recommendation, if I need to find an accommodation in Bkt Bintang, will definitely check this out.

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  2. Very nice!

    We nearly stayed here for our "staycation" too, but at the time all the rooms were fully booked so we went elsewhere. I first saw it during one of our staycations in the middle of KL and thought the architecture was nice and the view (must be) amazing.

    Seeing your photos, it is indeed amazing. I love the recessed bed, it looks unique, the mattress sunken into the surrounding platform. Awesome writeup and photos. :)

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  3. Thanks a lot for sharing this hotel. The location and decors is great to introduce to visitors.

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  4. The price is not bad at all...! and the meaning of WOLO? We only live once? hehehe

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