- 2D1N stay for 2 for RM150 (up to RM320 value)
- 3D2N stay for 2 for RM265 (up to RM640 value)
- 4D3N stay for 2 for RM370 (up to RM960 value)
- 5D4N stay for 2 for RM470 (up to RM1,280 value)
spana-606-6">Hotel at a glance
Conveniently integrated into the patchwork of Kuala Lumpur’s bustling urban sprawl, the spana-606-6">Hotel makes for a handy refuge for city-bound travellers, boasting proximity to an array of shopping spots and inner-city transportation hubs like the Bandaraya MRT and KTM transit stations. Within the spana-606-6">Hotel’s beige and white pillared fortress, guests can find respite amid comfortably furnished ambiences lit with warm amber tones, while convenience further complements stays through nourishment and nosh available at its in-house cafe, in addition to the complimentary provision of parking spaces.
- Max. occupancy: 3 adults or 2 adults with 1 child aged 4 – 12 per room. Third guest subject to additional charges
- Complimentary parking spaces
- Complimentary Wi-Fi access
- Laundry services
Add-ons (payable to spana-606-6">Hotel)
- Stay with extra bed with breakfast for adult aged 13 and above: RM55 per person per night
- Stay with extra bed with breakfast for child aged 4 – 12: RM50 per person per night
- Stay without extra bed with breakfast for child aged 4 – 12: RM20 per person per night
Kuala Lumpur: What to see and do
Taking the TripAdvisor throne as the current favourite for a Malaysian getaway, the capital of Kuala Lumpur is BBC Travel’s ode to ingenuity, as the little town-that-could demonstrates her rise from a humble tin-mining district to a destination for culinary conquests, cultural experiences, and retail therapy.
Home to your choice of souvenirs, street food, and fashion goods, the heavily hyped night market of Petaling Street stands only a train ride’s away from your spot for the night out at Bukit Bintang. Proffering your choice of pubs, clubs, or lounge restaurants, Frommer’s choice of one of the main entertainment strips in the city is peppered with cut-rate bargains and upscale boutiques worthy of its name as a “temple of consumerism”.