New luxury space in Bukit Bintang

Special guests at Sleeping Lion Suites’ launch (from left) Datin Low Pey Ling, Puan Sri Lai Nuk Wo, Chai Woon Yun and Law Yen Teng.

SLEEPING Lion Suites, the crown jewel of Aset Kayamas’ hospitality portfolio, has opened its doors in the heart of Bukit Bintang.

It is only steps away from destinations like Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, The Starhill and Lot 10 shopping centre.

“The Sleeping Lion Suites embodies the essence of a luxurious hotel brand dedicated to crafting indelible moments,” said Aset Kayamas executive director Michael Chai in a statement.

“The choice of ‘Sleeping Lion’ as our name was driven by our vision to create a hotel exuding power, grace and elegance, much like a tranquil lion.

“The Sleeping Lion Suites is a testament to our unwavering pursuit of excellence, our resolve to push boundaries and our dedication to creating spaces that empower.

“As we take this leap into the hospitality industry, I am confident that the Sleeping Lion Suites will not merely be a hotel, it will stand as a symbol of excellence and a source of inspiration,” he said.

The hotel has 866 guestrooms, featuring 10 different accommodation types.

Facilities include rooftop infinity pool, gymnasium, sauna and steam bathroom.

The Sky Bridge offers a view of the Kuala Lumpur cityscape while the Garden of Dreams allows guests to wander through a trail of flora.

The hotel is having an opening celebration promotion.

Guests can enjoy an 18% discount on the best available rates when booking through its website using the promo code GOP18.

The booking period is until Sept 30, with stays available until Oct 31.

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Sleeping Lion Suites , Bukit Bintang


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