mandarin oriental

This is the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Kuala Lumpur. It’s located right in the middle of KL and is considered a 5 star hotel.

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I was staying there courtesy of MAC (Malaysian AIDS Council – more
about that later) and when I arrived there, my gf’s brother told me not
to open the car door – someone will do it for me.

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…and sure enough, someone did. It’s become something of an inside
joke since. ;) The reception was fairly opulent and the receptionist on
duty asked me if I wanted a queen or king sized room and told me it’s
all paid for by MAC.

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Thus, I went for the queen sized room (MAC is a charity organization, non-profit).

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The queen sized room was nice, with a welcome fruit basket (which I only ate the green apple, as I’m not a big fan of fruits).

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The fruit array, with cutlery for the more refined ones amongst us to use.

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The view is towards Suria KLCC…and you will notice some suspension
wires in the windows. Management left a note to apologize that they’ll
be doing some window cleaning the next day.

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Bathrobes! Slippers! Why, I’ve never had these in my life. The luxury! ;)

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The bathroom seems very nice.

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There is a shower and a soak tub in there too. I found the porcelain throne to be very pleasant to sit on.

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The toiletries are very complete – sewing kit, razors, toothbrush and I finally got to know what an enamel board is.

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I was about to think of the questionable logic of providing toothbrushes but no toothpaste, until I found it inside.

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This place makes me feel like saying, “Go away, I’m a very busy man!” ;)

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Here’s a look at the mini bar – a select range of mini liquor bottles and Mandarin Oriental’s own bottled water.

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Heck, they even had an agreement with Pringles to have Mandarin Oriental Pringles.

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Mandarin Oriental is also linked to Suria KLCC, the shopping center beneath the tallest twin towers in the world…

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…and the shopping opportunities it offers.

Mandarin Oriental is a nice place to stay in…if you don’t have to
pay for it, of course. ;) I’ll write about the Red Ribbon Gala next.

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