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#dnahotels #authentic #inspirational - for people who care where they stay, looking for an experience beyond just accommodation
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The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur comprises two sections: the original hotel that was built in 1932 and became one of the most gracious addresses in the city, and the Tower Wing, a 15-storey addition completed in 2012. The Majestic Wing truly is a step back into the days when The Majestic was the largest and grandest hotel in the city. It’s a hybrid of neo-classical and art deco styles; a place where afternoon tea is still served while a pianist plays languid afternoon tunes.
- design by Neri & Hu. This stylish, new (2018) hotel is strategically located at the top levels of a mixed-use development known as The Establishment, with its lobby situated on level 41. It offers a gourmet restaurant, bar, outdoor pool and fitness centre.

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Year opened: 1885 (annex 2013). Like a venerable old relative, the E&O wears its illustrious heritage proudly. More than a hotel, this is a George Town institution, welcoming nostalgic travellers in search of the city’s colonial history with open arms – and a chilled gin and tonic. The entrance into the hotel’s cavernous atrium echoes back to its 19th century heyday, with a white grand piano, Asian antique furniture, and the original gated lift still in working order.
A quirky and sophisticated lifestyle destination, Macalister Mansion nods both to Penang’s colonial past and to its colorful present. The hotel differentiates itself from the local hotel scene by its intimate scale (just 8 rooms), contemporary design, and attention to detail.
Set in the UNESCO World Heritage Site of George Town, Penang, 88 Armenian is located on Lebuh Armenian, named after a lodging house that hosted the enterprising and well-educated Armenian traders, before being taken over by the Chinese migrant community who occupied the street with copper and brass businesses.


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