Last year, the Four Seasons Hotel Kuala Lumpur celebrated the debut of its 111th Four Seasons Hotel across the globe, as well as being the third tallest building in Malaysia, over a ravishing fireworks display. In this short time, the Four Seasons KL has made a reputation for itself as the nexus of hospitality and luxury among its competitors.
Strategically placed at the centre of the nation’s buzzing city, the Four Seasons has brought new energy and finesse into the local hospitality scene by immersing the brand with the multicultural nuances of Malaysia since its opening in July 2018. This international hospitality chain also has its finger on the pulse for scouting local talents, and is no stranger to forming solid partnerships within the community, working with familiar faces like celebrity chef Dato’ Fazley Yaakob as well as acclaimed floral designer Razak Ahmad— whose beautiful floral displays can be spotted throughout the hotel.
Since its debut year, which was packed with excitement and accolades, Luxury Travel Advisor has awarded it the Best Hotel Development at the Asia Property Awards, and has since been the preferred accommodation for discerning travellers the world over. The hotel has made successful use of their unique skill sets to redefine simple pleasures into extraordinary dining, sleek and spacious accommodation plus exemplary services, that bring new meaning to the word ‘hospitality.’
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