Strategic and good location near MRT and LRT Pasar Seni. Recommended hotel and I will book room again at here.
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Check-in and Check-out Time
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Pacific Express Hotel, located in the heart of Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur. It is also strategically located near to the public transportations in the downtown. The Pacific Express Hotel is a great place for those who want to enjoy the different part of Kuala Lumpur, the historical and the ‘old’ Kuala Lumpur. Though there are quite a number of hotels and accommodations in the Chinatown area, the Pacific Express Hotel is a great place to stay at an affordable rate.
How to Get to the Pacific Express Hotel
Since the Pacific Express Hotel is located in one of the major tourist spots in Kuala Lumpur, they are easy to access, be it by driving or using the public transportations. The easiest is definitely by driving and the Pacific Express Hotel is just beside the Kuala Lumpur City Centre, just seven minutes away from KL Sentral. Do note that looking for parking spots in Chinatown can be quite tricky. For those who prefer to take the public transport, there are RapidKL buses going to the area with the bus stop, Medan Pasar HSBC, adjacent to the Pacific Express Hotel building. There is also an option to take the LRT. Hop onto the LRT on the Kelana Jaya line and get down at the Pasar Seni LRT Station which is about 500 meters away.
Different Types of Room at the Pacific Express Hotel
The Pacific Express Hotel has three types of room that they offer to their guests. First is the Standard type. It comes in a 22 sqm of space with choices of bed; either a Queen-sized bed or two Twin-sized beds in the room. The starting price for a Standard type room is RM 112 a night. The Standard type is the only room in the hotel that does not have windows. It is not recommended for those who appreciate natural lighting in their room. The next type of room in the Pacific Express Hotel is the Superior room. The Superior room is also a 22-sqm room with one Queen-sized bed and it comes with windows. A night in the Superior room starts from RM 155. The biggest room at the hotel is the Deluxe type room. The Deluxe comes with a 25-sqm of space, with a Queen-sized bed. This room also has windows. The Deluxe starts from RM 183 a night.
All of the rooms at the Pacific Express Hotel comes with free Wi-Fi connections. They also have the same basic in-room amenities such as a flat screen television with satellite channels, complimentary bottled water, a safety deposit box and an electric kettle. The rooms also have a minibar each. All of the rooms also have their own personal bathroom, complete with hot showers, bathrobes and a hairdryer.
Restaurant and Café at the Pacific Express Hotel
The Pacific Express Hotel has a small coffee shop in their building that serves light meals and drinks. The coffee shop is a perfect place to lounge at the hotel. The hotel, however, does not have a restaurant but fret not as the hotel is surrounded with eateries, serving both locals and international dishes.
Activities and Facilities at the Pacific Express Hotel
The Pacific Express Hotel has a business facility, completed with a photocopier machine. They also have a place to hold meetings. There is a fitness centre that is fully equipped with treadmills, stationary bikes and weighs among others. The Pacific Express Hotel’s rooftop pool is one of the best features of the hotel that many of the guests had enjoyed tremendously. The rooftop pool has the view of the beautiful, colourful and bustling city surrounding the building. Apart from that, the hotel provides tours of the city for those who are interested with extra charge. The hotel also has laundry services for their guests, with surcharge.
Interesting Place near the Pacific Express Hotel
Central Market - Central Market is one of Kuala Lumpur’s familiar landmarks and a popular tourist spot. It is located across Dayabumi Complex and the building that houses the Central Market is art-deco style, with local Baroque trimmings. It has been there since 1928, as a simple wet market initially, but in the 1980s, the place was upgraded into a handicrafts outlet. Today, it is still standing firm where artistic community assemble. There, at the Central Market, visitors may see dozens of boutiques selling Malaysian batik prints, handicrafts and souvenir stalls selling paintings, arts and woodworks among other. Central Market has been classified as a Heritage Site by the National Heritage Department.
Hotel may accept Late check out, subject to room availability, with additional fee.
Hotel may accept Early check in, subject to room availability, with additional fee.-
Pets are NOT allowed.
Smoking is strictly not allowed in this property, and smoking area is available.