I like area town, no expensive. Around here there're many people, near shopping place.
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Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 12:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Aura Hotel is a hotel located in Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. It is located in the middle of the Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur trendiest shopping and entertainment district. It is a budget hotel, perfect for those who are looking for an inexpensive place to stay in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. The hotel is housed inside a four-storey shop lot along the Changkat Bukit Bintang road, adjacent to the famous Alor Street. There are quite a number of budget hotels available in the area and the Aura Hotel is one of the good choice, price and location wise.
How to Get to the Aura Hotel
Since Aura Hotel is in one of Kuala Lumpur’s great spots, getting there is rather easy. Bukit Bintang has extensive connections to roads. Bukit Bintang is just beside the Kuala Lumpur city centre. The distance between Kuala Lumpur city centre to the Aura Hotel is less than two kilometres but the drive may take about ten minutes or longer, depending on the current traffic condition. Bukit Bintang is also accessible via public transports. There are choices to take the LRT to Bukit Bintang, and the station is just five minutes away, walking, to the Aura Hotel. There is a monorail station that is about four hundred meters to the hotel. Bukit Bintang is also accessible via the KL Hop On bus as Bukit Bintang is one of the stops in the bus tour routes. Hop off at the 6th stop to get to Bukit Bintang, and from the stop, the Aura Hotel is about five minutes away by walking. There are taxis available in the city that are willing to go to Bukit Bintang and the Aura Hotel area. Just make sure that the taxi is using the meter to calculate the fare to prevent any extra charges being imposed.
Types of Room at the Aura Hotel
The Aura Hotel has three types of rooms that they offer to the guests of the hotel. These rooms are divided into the Standard, Deluxe and the Superior types. The cheapest room and the smallest room at the Aura Hotel is the Standard room. The Standard room comes with a Queen bed and the 7-sqm room does not have a window. The rate for a night is RM 66. Next is the Deluxe room which comes with a choice to either have a Queen-sized bed or two Twin-sized beds and whichever beds are chosen, the price for a night is the same. The Deluxe is RM 79 for a night. The Deluxe type room also does not have any windows. The only room with windows is the Superior type. Just like the Deluxe, the Superior comes with a choice to either have a Queen-sized or two Twin-sized beds in the room. The Superior starts from RM 86 a night.
All of the rooms at the Aura Hotel come with the same basic in-room amenities such as complimentary bottled water, a flat screen television and a writing desk. The rooms are all fully air-conditioned. The bedrooms also have their own private bathroom, complete with showers and hot water, together with free basic toiletries. The rooms are also equipped with free Wi-Fi connections.
Restaurant and Café at the Aura Hotel
The Aura Hotel does not have their own café or restaurant but there are plenty of eateries outside and surrounding it.
Facilities at the Aura Hotel
The Aura Hotel has some basic facilities to make the guests’ stay more enjoyable and comfortable. They have luggage storage at the front desk where guests may use to stow their belongings while waiting for their room. The hotel offers Wi-Fi connections not only in the rooms but also the public areas in the hotel. The Aura Hotel has car rental and airport shuttle services for their guests. These services will be charged extra, outside the price of the room.
Interesting Place near the Aura Hotel
Alor Street - Alor Street is a stretch of road that is adjacent to the hotel. It is the must-go place for a foodie or anyone who is looking to try and enjoy the great local dishes. It is a unique food destination located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Every night, the hawkers will open up their stores, put down the plastic chairs and table, and cook out all kind of dishes. There is plenty of food to choose from, from Chinese to Indian, to Mamak and some Malay foods. Alor Street is popular among both locals and tourists.