Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur unveils one of the capital’s largest Presidential Suites

Imagine this: having an important meeting with four of your closest shareholders in an opulent room, surrounded by custom-made furnishings and exquisite Malaysian artwork. After you seal the deal, you celebrate with cocktails as a bartender comes straight to you and mix it from the handcrafted Italian marble bar. Sip on the cocktails and enjoy a sweeping view of the KLCC Park and Petronas Twin Towers from your crystal chandelier-lit living room. Sounds good? Well, it is entirely possible with the new Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur Presidential Suite.

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All Presidential Suite guests have access to the Club Lounge.

Measuring at 440 square metres, the new Presidential Suite at Mandarin Oriental, Kuala Lumpur is set to be one of the largest of its sort in the capital. It boasts three bedrooms with walk-in wardrobes and en-suite bathrooms. Stepping out of the bedrooms, there is an en-suite office and leisure lounge that’s great for said important meeting.

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High ceilings, a crystal chandelier, and a great view from the Presidential Suite’s living room.

Moving on to the living room, the grandeur continues with the double-height ceiling adorned with a handmade crystal chandelier, hand-loomed carpets, and a state-of-the-art 75″ 4K Smart TV with Bang & Olufsen sound system. An excellent home cinema or the best private party in town? You decide.

But wait, that’s not all. You can bring your guests from the living room into the suite’s dining salon that seats 12. The hotel’s master chef will whip up your meals from the open show kitchen and serve them on bespoke LEGLE tableware, a French porcelain producer.

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Insta-worthy: all that marble, and the amazing view from the master bathroom.

Finally, when it’s all over, retire into your Master Bedroom and relax in the marble master bathroom. Don’t forget to snap a picture for Instagram while you’re at it, because the infinity edge bath overlooks the cityscape of Kuala Lumpur — very picturesque.