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szdaily -> Hotels
Luxury hotel comes of age
    2016-June-24  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    THE Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur has “come of age” for today’s global affluent traveler with an impressive reveal of the completely reimagined 18-year-old luxury hotel. A contemporary expression of iconic style underlines a legacy of celebrated service and attention to detail.

    Located in Kuala Lumpur’s luxury shopping, commercial and nightlife downtown district, known as the Golden Triangle, the city’s first luxury property commissioned the renowned New York-based design studio, Alexandra Champalimaud, to create an exceptional new environment which would be a canvas for extraordinary new experiences. The result was a transformation of the city’s iconic beacon of style and luxury which took as its inspiration the heart of The Ritz-Carlton, its ladies and gentlemen, while finely balancing the cultural and historical heritage of the property. The design imbues the property with a fresh palette of pleasing neutral shades, contemporary details and uncompromisingly high-quality furnishings and finishes throughout the 364 new guest rooms and suites, restaurants and public spaces.

    The transformation builds on the hotel’s position as the home of choice for the world’s elite. (SD News)

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