Hotel Review 2020 – Sisiseni Hotel Kuala Lumpur

So after getting cooped indoors again for what seems like forever, yours truly here was just raring for a change of environment, and Sisiseni Hotel seemed like a perfect place to check out…

This charming boutique hotel is nestled at the heart of Kuala Lumpur’s heritage hub, right next to Central Market Kuala Lumpur or Pasar Seni which somewhat was why the hotel was called Sisiseni, (‘sisi’ which means beside in Bahasa Malaysia).

Sisiseni is a 6-storey boutique hotel with 42 spacious rooms exuding modern contemporary design, emphasising on the details and needs of the guest to ensure a comfortable experience….

You can choose from Superior, Deluxe and Family Room, and the rooms come equipped with multiple power sockets that surely give any digital nomad a peaceful night sleep….

For those of you who love a nice soaking like I do, they have a sexy room with bathtub in the Deluxe Studio Room..

Its perfect if you are looking for some sexy time with your other half or allowing your kids to splash about under your watch, but a little weird if you are sharing the room with just a friend as there is no partition separating the bathtub and the bedroom area…

I have to say I am pretty impressed with Sisiseni Hotel as it also actuakky comes with a rooftop pool that offers a spectacular view of KL skyline……

That also help makes Sisiseni Hotel a pretty cool venue for organising corporate meetings at the business hall or celebrating a bachelorette party at the rooftop pool and having the glowing skyscrapers as the backdrop of your soiree….

Sisiseni Hotel offers facilities such as free WiFi access, a 24-hour front desk and staff at the reception ensuring you a lovely and memorable stay..

Also the fact that it is just right next to Central Market, the centre for Malaysian culture, heritage, arts and crafts located only steps away from the hotel. Besides that Dataran Merdeka, the Sultan Abdul Samad building, River of Life and the Textile Museum are all within a five-minute walk…. And of course, do not forget to visit these heritage religious sites around the hotel such as Masjid Jamek, Sin Zse Si Ya temple and Sri Maha Mariamman Temple. Savour street food at Madras Lane Hawkers or enjoy a good cup of coffee at the Instagrammable cafes dotted across Chinatown area while getting your shopping done at the Petaling Street.

Foodie, history buff, art lovers and shopaholic will be spoilt for choice when it comes to planning their itinerary since there are numerous attractions located a stone’s throw away from the hotel.

KL Sentral, Malaysia’s largest transit hub and Kuala Lumpur’s integrated rail transportation centre is one stop away from the Pasar Seni LRT and MRT station which is located 450 metres from the hotel. Travellers can conveniently travel around town by enjoying the free bus service, Go KL City Bus which takes you to the city’s most popular district, train stations, shopping malls and landmarks. One of its stop is none other than the Central Market.

Sisiseni Hotel is definitely an ideal place for your next family staycation, couple getaway or any KLites who want to play tourist in this cosmopolitan city…

Honestly, I really love the hotel, its location, and even the breakfast served at Santap cafe, on the Mezzanine floor of the hotel..

But just be a little careful if you are leaving the hotel after 6pm and before 7am as there are many homeless people loitering around the area then to find a place to settle down…

Basically they are pretty harmless, so you might just feel a little discomfited as there are quite a large number of them…

For more info, please visit www.sisisenihotel.com

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