It's a small hotel near Merdeka Square and Masjid Jamek. Our room was smaller than expected. No breakfast. Wifi was relatively ok. It was a little dark and no windows. It was a bit noisy on that particular Sunday because apparently, it was a car-free day. If you want to sleep…
Overall it's not a good experience. While the nearby hotels are giving more facilities. May this is the last time I am visiting. Kindly provide good room service and train your all staffs to be much more professional for your own good.
The location is handy, within walking distance of Chinatown and close to the city rail network. The rooms are very small, therefore not the best if you are in anyway claustrophobic! I found it fairly cosy! One of the cleaning staff followed my girlfriend into our room to…
Sleeping in Town, Swiss hotel is more convenient for Kuala Lumpur. Swiss Hotel Kuala Lumpur is budget hotel and will be more reliable for going out in range of PUBLIC TRANSPORT etc. or local food and shopping market access.
The hotel is very much accessible to Masjid Jamek train station which makes it an ideal place to stay when in Kuala Lumpur. It is near to one of KL's tourist attraction the Merdeka square. Buying chocolates in Mydin store is very accessible, just few minutes away, you can even…
"Sleeping in Town and ask for small room if you are alone"
"lift has 4 person restriction (even children in count). Rear side rooms could be little noisy."
"Beware of standard rooms and their dirty linens"
"Ask for a Side room for a Good night sleep"
"Take rooms facing main street"