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Check-in: From 14:00
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Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market promises trips and vacations that are more than just worthwhile. From business to pleasure, Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market is the place where you can make each stay your own. It is the preferred choice for business travellers and holidaying families with a series of spacious, warmly decorated guest rooms that will make you feel right at home. Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market is well situated within an easy walking distance of a diversity of shops, restaurants and cafes. The hotel provides free WiFi in rooms and public areas. A short drive from the hotel will bring you to Central Market (0.11 km), National Textile Museum (0.19 km), Sultan Abdul Samad Building (0.26 km) and Petaling Street (0.29 km)
How to get to Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market
Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market is located at Jalan Hang Kasturi, Chinatown, Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur. If you are travelling by air, the nearest airport is the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (IATA: KUL, ICAO: WMKK) is an international airport, which located in Sepang, Selangor. Both terminals, KLIA and KLIA2 airport, are located about 50 minutes from the hotel. If you are using public transportation from Kuala Lumpur Sentral station, take LRT Kelana Jaya line to Pasar Seni Station. The hotel is just a walk away from the station.
Different Types of Rooms in Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market
Be inspired by the 179 well-designed guestrooms. There are 5 different type of rooms in Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market, namely Standard Single Room, Standard Tatami Room, Standard Double Room Deluxe Room and Deluxe Triple Room. Designed to make you feel and look fresh throughout your stay with Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market, all rooms feature attached private bathrooms with separate shower room, toilet, bathroom amenities and hairdryer. Stay connected with Free WiFi Internet access in a stylish work desk and ergonomic chair. Other in-room facilities include air-conditioning system, complimentary wired and wireless broadband Internet access, IDD telephone and voice mail, LCD TV and tea & coffee making facilities.
Restaurants and Cafes in Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market
No on-site restaurant is available at Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market. However, the hotel is situated within an easy walking distance of a diversity of restaurants, convenient shops and cafes.
Facilities and Activities in Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market
Guests staying at Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market may enjoy a 24-hour front desk and receptionist. In addition, there is a private parking area which is subject to availability.
Interesting Places near Leo Leisure Hotel @ Central Market
The National Monument (Tugu Negara) which was built in 1966 is made in remembrance of the fallen ‘soldiers’ during the fight for freedom to independence in Malaysia. The statue represents the general freedom in Malaysia; the national anthem (anthem of freedom) is typically associated with this. The monument is one of the largest bronze statues in the world with 15.5 meters in height. The statue consists of seven soldiers carrying the Malaysian flag. Each of the warriors symbolizes one of the seven qualities of leadership: command, unity, strength, wariness, suffering, courage and sacrifice. The National Monument is a 48,562 sq meter space with 5 major components. The components are the monument, the pavilion, the surrounding gardens, the fountains and the war memorial. An American architect, Felix de Weldon who also designed the famous Iwo Jima Memorial, is the designer of the famous National Monument. Every year on 31st of July, the Yang Di-Pertuan Agong, the Prime Minister as well as the heads of military and police pay their respects to the heroes who have fought so hard to free our country from the clenches of foreign occupation.
Petaling Street is a shopper’s haven, albeit in a different league when compared to its more glamorous counterparts, Bukit Bintang and KLCC. A well-known shopping district, the whole area transforms into a lively and vibrant night market after dark, with hundreds of stalls selling all kinds of stuff at dirt-cheap prices, making it the most happening night market in the city. Petaling Street is chock-full of shops and stalls selling goods and food. A signboard warning against the sale of imitation goods provides an interesting – even ironic – contrast as the whole street is practically littered with fake branded items. Handbags, watches, trainers, clothing – you name it, they’ve got it. Louis Vuitton sits side-by-side with Rolex, and you can sometimes get the latest cinematic releases at less than RM 10 each. For shoppers on a tight budget or those looking for cheap and cheerful ‘branded’ goods, Petaling Street will be their first stop as it offers not just variety but also value for money as the prices can be further whittled down through hard bargaining. Petaling Street is also filled with opportunities to sample a delightful array of local cuisine.