Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur promises trips and vacations that are more than just worthwhile. From business to pleasure, Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur 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. Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur is well situated within an easy walking distance from 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 Night Market (TAR Road) (0.23km), SOGO KL (0.40km), Bandaraya LRT station (0.45km) and Masjid Jamek LRT Station.
How to get to Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur
Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur is located at Jalan Munshi Abdullah, Putra World Trade Centre, 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 Masjid Jamek Station and change to Sentul line to PWTC Station. From there, you may take Grab or metered taxi to Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur.
Different Types of Rooms in Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur
Be inspired by the 179 well-designed guestrooms. There are 3 different type of rooms in Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur, namely Standard Room, Standard Deluxe Room, and Family Suite. Designed to make you feel and look fresh throughout your stay with Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur, 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, flat screen television and tea & coffee making facilities.
Restaurants and Cafes in Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur
Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur features a restaurant on-site. Breakfast is available at additional charge. Nevertheless, the hotel is situated within an easy walking distance of a diversity of restaurants, convenient shops and cafes.
Facilities and Activities in Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur
Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur features a restaurant, an outdoor pool and a fitness centre. The main highlight of Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur is the outdoor swimming pool. A children's pool is also on-site. Enjoy a refreshing dip and relax while enjoying your stay. Don’t worry about your daily fitness regime as the hotel offers a fully equipped fitness studio for your healthy lifestyle.
Interesting Places near Silka Maytower Kuala Lumpur
Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk) is well-regarded as Kuala Lumpur’s trendiest shopping and entertainment district, offering everything from sleek shopping centres and five-star hotels to all-day restaurants and vibrant nightclubs. Thanks to its central location, it is also fairly easy to get to Bukit Bintang from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur via public transportation, including monorail, taxis, and buses. One of the most iconic landmarks here is Pavilion KL, an upscale shopping mall that houses European luxury retailers such as Coach, Diane Von Furstenberg, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, MaxMara, Versace, and Yves Saint Laurent. Also set within Bukit Bintang district is Jalan Alor, a stretch of atmospheric air-conditioned Chinese seafood restaurants and hawker stalls where you can enjoy an array of local delicacies by the roadside until the wee hours of the morning. Nightlife in Bukit Bintang is also legendary, particularly the Changkat Bukit Bintang area. Whether you are looking for a live music scene, a posh see-and-be-seen nightclub, or an opulent rooftop bar, Bukit Bintang has it all.
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.
From September 1st, 2017, as per Government of Malaysia requirements, hotel guests who are not Malaysian citizens or long-term/permanent residents of Malaysia will be levied a tourism tax of RM 10.00 per room per night stay.