Hotel Review – MOV Hotel Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur

So recently, I had the opportunity to stay at this vibrant city hotel which was located very near to Changkat Bukit Bintang … it is none other then the MOV Hotel, a quirky and gorgeous hotel that welcomes everyone with a curious mind.

MOV Hotel is a lifestyle hotel designed with a Work-Play-Slay attitude concept and stepping foot into it’s lobby itself is like stepping into a new world… after all next to the reception counter is a huge,impressive and gorgeous plant terrarium not to mention the big modern abstract white panther sculpture there!!!!

I stayed here for two nights and both nights were truly amazing, I half felt like Alice in Wonderland in this lovely hotel…

My first night was spent at their King Room … the room came with a view and for the first time ever, I had rainbow showers (the lights in the bathroom change colours while you are showering) It sure was an amazing way to beat any blues or if you were feeling down and sad….

Maybe I should consider installing these lights in my bathroom too… heheheh

Anyway my room – the King room at MOV Hotel comes furnished with large, comfortable king beds that is surrounded by elegantly designed bespoke furnitures crafted by Malaysian woodsmiths and designers….

You can sleep well because the bedding is super comfy or if you prefer to work or update your social media , make use of the complimentary high-speed WiFi….

The TV offers a good variety of channels too for those moments you want to spend your private time catching up on the latest dramas, news, sports or such…. Each of the King room comes with a large window is fitted in with a lovely view of Bukit Bintang and beyond…but for those who like to hide away, the black out curtains are in place to protect you from the bright cheery sunshiny day…

The Rooftop Terrace on the rooftop (duhhh) is an ideal location to catch a panoramic view of Kuala Lumpur’s city view and enjoy the balmy breeze in the evening or of course, take a dip at the lovely Rooftop Pool…

Gym bunnies and those who make workout part of their daily schedule can put their muscles to work at The Gym at M Floor….

And those who are young at heart, do check out the the Moonshot Basement accessible from the lobby via a Super-fast Slide to serves as both co-working and event space for celebrations and networking, a hidden gem not to be missed.

While MOV Hotel does not quite provide breakfast, they have a Grab-and-go Breakfast station is which is available every morning from 8am-11am next to the reception counter at the lobby, so you can grab a quick bite or a cuppa for a steal of just RM5, before you head out for your work, your new day’s adventure or whatever you are up to!

On the second night at MOV Hotel, my experience there was further elevated at this gorgeous city boutique hotel as I checked into The Ascend.

The Ascend is a loft room located on Level 11 – the hotel’s highest floor, and came furnished with a modern four-poster king sized bed and surrounded by exotic floor to ceiling windows that spread from one corner to the other, allowing you to watch the transition of the cityscape as the Sun moves from East to West, casting changing shadows of skyscrapers onto older, rustic buildings that are older than the city itself!!!

MOV Hotel is conveniently located in Jalan Berangan and walking distance to Jalan Alor, famous food street in Kuala Lumpur with hokkien mee and must-try kam-heong flavored crabs and seafood…. Changkat Bukit Bintang, MRT Bukit Bintang, and you can also walk to Pavilion KL, Fahrenheit 88 KL, Lot 10, Sungei Wang Plaza and Low Yat Plaza – all within 10 minutes….

I definitely enjoyed my stay here at the MOV Hotel and would recommend it to those who enjoy hotels with a playful and fun vibe , different from the conventional hotels…

Address- 43, Jalan Berangan, Bukit Bintang,
50200 Kuala Lumpur

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