Oasia Suites KL Review
The draw of staying in a serviced apartment in KL is that you’ll get a bigger room for the price you pay for a hotel.
Walking up a slope to reach this serviced apartment is a sure way to work off the yummy food we’ve been piling up on. Read on to see if this Oasia Suites KL review will match your imagination of your stay here.
We stayed here for one night, en route to Singapore after our overwater bungalow adventure at AVANI Sepang.
With its location along Jalan P Ramlee, Oasia Suites KL is reasonably near KLCC. You can walk along the main road to reach the bars nearby.
It is also beside Menara KL, the tower that stands out in the cityscape.
The walk from KLCC is bearable, if only the last part wasn’t up a slope.
A serviced apartment probably doesn’t get the prime land.
That said, there is a coffee shop just on the ground floor. And a 7-11 that would be the answer to our growling stomachs after a swim.
Having finished construction in 2016, this makes Oasia Suites KL a rather new place to stay in.
The decor of the 28 square metre deluxe room confirms that the place is very new.
Done with Scandinavian colours and light colour laminate on the cupboard, it makes for a light-hearted mood.
The smoothly finished kitchen has the necessary equipment to keep food fresh, and heat up the things we bought from 7-11.
To make up for an arduous journey here, the swimming pool provided a welcoming dip to cool off in the tropical heat.
I like the entire floor of the swimming pool, it’s an observation deck showcasing KL all around.
That’s the floor where the gym is too, and the facilities are very decent. Going there in the morning, I had it all to myself.
I had a pest problem during my stay there, where ants from an unknown entrance were patrolling the desk. That proved to be a minor annoyance when I wanted to focus on typing.
The mark of quality follows Far East Hospitality it seems.
Having stayed in many of the properties in Singapore, we have similar expectations of its first KL venture.
And, happy to say that the experience was very pleasant.
Though there’s no room service to try, the concierge staff greeted us with a cheerful attitude to start the day.
The doorman is ever alert to guests coming in and out, never dropping the ball even when it was peak check in/out time.
This serviced apartment is good for young travelers who don’t mind exploring the area on foot.
Otherwise, it’s not difficult to get a ride to your accommodation after exploring the city.
The homely feeling of the room, complete with a kitchen makes the stay a welcoming one.
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