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Check-in: From 15:00
Check-out: Before 12:00
No Used hotel is strategically located at Bukit Bintang and nearby transportation facilities such as train station, bus and taxi stops. This hotel is a perfect place to stay as it is also close proximity shopping centres, restaurants and other attractions and landmarks at Kuala Lumpur. It is comprised of various types of guestrooms equipped with television, clothes rack and work desk. Besides that, this affordable hotel also features facilities and services such as 24-hour reception desk, check in and check out service as well as free Wi-Fi access. As for dining options, guests can find various kinds of food from street to fine dining cuisines at Bukit Bintang. For recreational activities, guests can also approach tour desk for receptionist to ask for tour around Bukit Bintang city centre.
How To Get to No Used Hotel
From Kuala Lumpur city centre, it takes around 20 minutes to reach No Used hotel by using Hang Tuah or Istana road. Visitors from Kuala Lumpur International Airport also can reach this hotel via Kuala Lumpur- Putrajaya or North-South highway roads for 50 minutes journey.
Different Types of Room in No Used Hotel
This hotel is comprised of guestrooms with different arrangements. The rooms are equipped with essential amenities like air conditioner, clothes rack, television and private bathroom with complimentary toiletries.
Restaurant and café in No Used Hotel
As for dining option, for those who love to eat Chinese food, Jalan Alor is the perfect place to go. It is located along Bukit Bintang road and consists of air-conditioned Chinese seafood restaurants. These restaurants can be spotted from far by the bright fluorescent restaurant signage lighting and mini red Chinese lanterns. There are many plastic tables and chairs set up on the five-foot walkway and visitors can see and smell delicious food from different restaurants. Besides that, there is also a top- class restaurant that you can try which is Bijan Bar & Restaurant. Opened in 2003, this restaurant was listed as one of the Malaysia Tatler’s 2011 Best Restaurants in Malaysia and was also the fully-deserving winner of Time Out KL’s Food Awards Best Malay Restaurant in 2009. It served halal and high- end Malay cuisine with traditional and contemporary as well as kampong- style interior. Among the recommended food are tauhu sumbat, cucur udang, and beef and chicken satay.
Activities and Facilities in No Used Hotel
No Used Hotel features amazing facilities and services for comfort and convenience of guests. There are facilities for disable guests such as elevators and convenience stores as well as 24-hour reception desk. Besides that, shuttle service and free parking are also available. In addition, there are also check in or check out service for guests. For leisure and recreational activities, guests can also approach tour desk for receptionist to ask for tour around Bukit Bintang city centre.
Tourist Attractions near No Used Hotel
Berjaya Times Square - Covers an area of 7,500,000 square feet, Berjaya Times Square shopping complex started its operation in 2003 and regards as world's largest building ever built in a single phase. It is currently the tenth largest building in the world by floor area. The shopping centre is a part of Berjaya Times Square company which also consists of business office's, 1200 luxury service suites and hotel. Berjaya Times Square features over 100 retail brands from affordable to high-end brands, 65 food outlets and entertainment attractions such as Berjaya Times Square Theme Park and GSC MAXX (formerly IMAX) with 2D and 3D theatre. The amazing hotel features 650 rooms, a pool, gym, sauna room, rooftop garden and squash courts. The shopping mall can be reached easily by train at The Kuala Lumpur Monorail's Imbi station and conveniently linked to the building by a footbridge.
Central Market - Central Market is a 120-year-old market and has been classified as a Heritage Site by the National Heritage Department. This market is strategically located close to major public transportation links such as LRT and KTM making it easy to access from all major KL destinations. This Malaysian cultural landmark also divided into different zones and categorized into cultural differences which make visitors understand more on various races in Malaysia. The first floor of this market features mostly local contemporary arts, vendors selling souvenirs and crafty household items. Besides that, the second floor has several restaurants and a food court serving Asian cuisine. During annual festivals such as Hari Raya, Chinese New Year and Deepavali, Central Market hosts a variety of vendors that sells different types of cakes and snacks, colourful costumes and merchandises.