Hotel collaborates with brand for personalised tailoring service


Hilton Kuala Lumpur has teamed up with Sacoor Brothers to offer in-room tailoring and shopping services.

HILTON Kuala Lumpur has teamed up with Sacoor Brothers – a premium brand dedicated to creating pristine, high quality fashion for men.

Together, they will bring a first-of-its-kind collaboration to offer in-room, high-end tailoring and shopping services in a hotel in Malaysia.

The personalised wardrobe service gives access to the full line of Sacoor Brothers, while allowing guests to pre-order a selection of clothing to be placed within the hotel room prior to arrival.

The tailor will also provide a two-hour delivery service to all Hilton Kuala Lumpur guests in the event of a forgotten business shirt the night before or any urgent wardrobe need.

For travellers who are intending to stay on or returning to the hotel, a tailor will be arranged to assist in acquiring the exact measurements needed to tailor a bespoke suit.

Once the measurements are acquired, guests are able to access all upcoming new lines by Sacoor Brothers and order through the hotel to have new custom suits hanging in their wardrobe for the next visit to the hotel. A minimum of five days is required for suits to be custom-tailored.

“Hilton has brought so many firsts to the industry within 100 years.

“As we mark this century, we bring another first to Malaysia with this exclusive in-room tailored experience,” said Hilton Hotels Malaysia regional general manager Jamie Mead.

He said guests often attended several meetings a day with no time to spare, so this service gives access to the best of Kuala Lumpur shopping that would otherwise have been missed.

“Hilton Kuala Lumpur is the correct choice for Sacoor Brothers to be partnering with in Malaysia,” said South-East Asia Sacoor Brothers chief operating officer Hugo Carriço.

“The hotel is recognised as are we, for exceptional service and unwavering standards.

“We both believe unique and tailored experiences are what guests are looking for and together, we are bringing a new dimension to fashion and hospitality,” he said.

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