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Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur City Centre Hotel Istana, a 23-storey five-star international hotel located in the heart of the shopping and commercial district of Kuala Lumpur. A stone's throw away from Bintang Walk, Twin Tower and Suria Mall, KL Tower, and KLCC. The airport is only 60km or an hour's drive away.

In Malaysian language, "Istana" means palace and the Hotel Istana is famous for giving business travellers the royal treatment. The Hotel is owned by Pernas-OUE and managed by Meritus Hotel & Resorts commenced operations in August 1992.

Accommodation

Reowned as the first choice of business executives, each of 516 Deluxe rooms and Suites guarantees an efficient stay. Every spacious room has a simple, yet elegant design, with the latest in first-class comforts. Amenities range from fax machines and voice mail, to word processors and electronic keycard security.

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