During my wonderful stay at the Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur, I had access to their Executive Club Lounge on the 7th floor of the hotel. The huge lounge takes up the whole floor and features various seating arrangements, from dining tables to living room-style lounges.
There is also an amazing outdoor patio that overlooks the city skyline, and that is perfect for sunset drinks. This is easily one of the best views in Kuala Lumpur any executive lounge offers.
The lounge serves three meals a day; breakfast, afternoon tea, and evening cocktails, and features a generous and aesthetically beautiful spread with everything from hot food to pastries. There is also a chef manning a live cooking counter to freshly prepare a few hot dishes (see pictures on the scroller above). Plus, I was very impressed by the Pol Rogers champagne served in the lounge!
In conclusion, the extensive spread of food and fine drinks are more than enough to keep you full and watered throughout your stay. The quality and flavors are impressive. I personally loved the outside space in the lounge.
The Four Seasons Kuala Lumpur Executive Lounge is definitely my top choice for hotel Club Lounges in Kuala Lumpur and you can read my listing of the best executive club lounges at hotels in Kuala Lumpur for more details on which hotel to choose based on its Club Lounge.
It is worth mentioning that this lounge does let children in. The lounge is spacious, and the presence of children is unlikely to cause a problem for guests who want quiet. It means that the lounge has a more lively and friendly atmosphere. Many hotel club lounges in Kuala Lumpur ban children who are under 12, so if you are traveling as a family, it is worth checking this out before you book your club room with executive lounge access.
Another highlight of this hotel, on top of the gorgeous rooms and the stunning communal areas, is the rooftop pool on the 7th floor and the spacious, well-thought-out gym. The infinity pool is superb, stretched across the floor, and offers a good length for people who want to do laps. It is framed to one side by pretty palm trees, and on the other is just the infinity design looking out at the rooftops of the other city center hotels in Kuala Lumpur. It’s stunning.
There are also nice chairs for sunbathers and some cabanas for those who want to lounge and order food and drinks from the Pool Bar and Grill. The whole area has a resort vibe and was incredible for a city hotel. For those wanting to relax further, the hotel Spa and Wellness center is next to the pool, along with a steam room and sauna.
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