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Stay Longer, Save More at Hyatt Hotels & Resorts in Malaysia

Hyatt hotels and resorts in Malaysia invite guests to Stay Longer, Save more. Book before 31 October 2022 for stays between 4 October to 30 April 2023 at any of the six participating Hyatt hotels and resorts in Malaysia. Guests earn a free night with qualifying stays at six Hyatt hotels and resorts.

World of Hyatt members enjoy double points when staying two nights or more at over 1,100 participating Hyatt hotels globally with the World of Hyatt Bonus Journeys offer for stays until 20 December 2022. The Nights Count Double offers Two Tier nights for each Tier-qualifying night completed on eligible stays at over 65 participating Inclusive Collection properties in the Americas for stays before 20 December 2022.

Destination Kota Kinabalu

<em><sup>Rendering of the soon to open Hyatt Centric Kota Kinabalu Hyatt Hotels Resorts photo<sup><em>

The Hyatt Centric Kota Kinabalu is slated to open in November this year. Southeast Asia’s first Hyatt Centric Hotel is designed by architect Kengo Kuma with 222 rooms featuring private balconies that overlook lush green hills or the South China sea. The top two levels of the hotel feature a double-edged infinity pool, dining destination ON22 and rooftop bar ON23.

It is located in the Kota Kinabalu’s city centre and close to local cafes, bars, shops, Sabah International Convention Centre and Likas Sports Complex.

<em><sup>Hyatt Regency Kinabalu photo<sup><em>

Just a short walking distance from Hyatt Centric Kota Kinabalu is the Hyatt Regency Kinabalu which we recently visited in August this year. The 288-room hotel is a 15-minute drive from Kota Kinabalu International Airport and five minutes from the seaport.

Hyatt’s history with Kota Kinabalu began on 1 August 1979 when Hyatt Inernational Corporation took over the management of the Kinabalu International Hotel, renaming it the Hyatt Kinabalu International Hotel. The name changed in 1990 to Hyatt Kinabalu and in June 1998, Hyatt Kinabalu was upgraded to Hyatt Regency Kinabalu after extensive refurbishment and renovations.

All guestrooms, including the Regency Club Lounge, the Presidential Suite and Regency Club rooms and suites ofer a “home-away-from-home” ambience and are furnished with soft neutral colours and natural textiles as well as furnishings that complement the eco-treasures of borneo. Guestrooms have a minimum space of 42sqm with full-length windows, separate toilet and shower stall with a rain shower head.

Make sure you dine at the Tanjung Ria Kitchen and have the signature Oxtail Assam Pedas, a tender oxtail braised in a spicy-sour, fragrant stew. Another must-have is the highly-acclaimed Cheese Naan, an oven-baked flatbread that is filled with cheese.

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur KLCC shot from the pool at W Kuala Lumpur --2
Kuala Lumpur KLCC

The capital of Malaysia has three properties for travellers to choose from. The Grand Hyatt Kuala Lumpur overlooks the iconic Petronas Twin Towers with 411 guestrooms and suites. It is within walking distance of the Golden Triangle district, with shopping, dining and entertainment. Or spoil yourself at the 143 guestroom modern urban retreat at Alila Bangsar Kuala Lumpur. It is conveniently linked to the Bangsar LRT station and within walking distance from Kuala Lumpur Sentral, the city’s main railway hub. The area is home to a bustling shopping, dining, entertainment, and nightlife scene, close to Brickfields—Kuala Lumpur’s Little India—Bangsar Village. Hyatt House Kuala Lumpur, Mont’Kiara is minutes from the Malaysian International Trade and Exhibition Centre. With 298 hotel rooms and fully-equipped kitchen suites, featuring a restaurant, 3,100 square feet (290 square meters) of meeting space, a fitness centre, a sky pool, and a premium rooftop bar. The neighbourhood is replete with recreational options including premium international dining, retail, niche lifestyle stores, and vibrant nightlife.


Hyatt Regency Kuantan Resort photo

Hyatt Regency Kuantan Resort is an idyllic world-class resort located on the luxury stretch of Teluk Cempedak’s pristine beachfront in Kuantan, the east coast of the Malaysian Peninsula.

Offering 300 rooms including luxury Regency Club rooms and suites, and two outdoor swimming pools with breathtaking views of the South China Sea, Hyatt Regency Kuantan Resort also features comprehensive recreational facilities and Bayou Spa for a holistic touch. With a selection of seven restaurants and bars, it is an ideal setting for both leisure and business.

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