Lloyd’s Inn Kuala Lumpur Set For Opening In April

Lloyd’s Inn will open its doors in Kuala Lumpur on April 1 2024 bringing the first hotel of its kind, “Garden Oasis” to the skies where each room is designed to bring the outdoors indoors, to experience a slice of “Bali” within an urban city.

Unlike their sister properties in Singapore and Bali which are low-rise, Lloyd’s Inn Kuala Lumpur sits at 15 stories high with 110 rooms. It is the first of the Lloyd’s Inn series to be a high-rise city hotel. Rooms range from 17sqm – 50sqm, with a dipping pool (jacuzzi), F&B, co-working space, event & meeting spaces. Lloyd’s Inn KL retains Lloyd’s Inn’s signature outdoor showers and bathtubs similar to a Bali experience, while introducing new elements like retro swings in the sky – all experienced within a high-rise building. From afar, the iconic building stands out, with lush plants cascading out of the building – an architectural façade of green set against Kuala Lumpur’s city skyline.

Lloyd’s Inn KL is located in the bustling area of Imbi, with the newly opened Exchange 106 mall (and the second tallest building in Malaysia) at TRX just 200-meteres away from its doorstep. KLCC, Bukit Bintang, Pavilion Mall and the iconic Petronas Twin Towers are less than 2.5 kilometres away. Whether visiting for work or leisure, Lloyd’s Inn KL offers travellers of different types an escape from the city’s hustle and bustle, while still being centrally located near KL’s eateries, shopping, and iconic landmarks.

As a living and breathing green hotel, Lloyd’s Inn’s dedication to sustainability reflects their commitment to creating a better world for future generations. Each year, the team continues with updates across properties to adopt more sustainable practices, including replacing single-use shower bottles with pump dispensers and transitioning from plastic to paper amenities. All corridors in Lloyd’s Inn properties are naturally ventilated, saving energy on using around the clock air conditioning.

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