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Carcosa Seri Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Carcosa Seri Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia


The only word to describe the five-star Carcosa Sri Negara is glamorous. A well-kept, well-managed property comprising two separate pre-independence buildings, the Carcosa was once the official residence of Sir Frank Swettenham, the first resident-general of colonial Malaya.

Meanwhile, on an adjacent hillside is the Seri Negara – known as The King’s House, it used to house the Governor of the Straits Settlements and illustrious guests of the Malay Federation. One of Kuala Lumpur’s most opulent establishments, the hotel has ritzy rooms with high-tech comforts including flat screen TVs, DVD players and internet access; hotel facilities include function rooms and the manicured lawns play host to a flood-lit tennis court and pool.  


Carcosa Seri Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The historical heritage mansion has a total of five Junior Suites – Seri Tanjung, Seri Melaka, Seri Naim, Seri Iman and Seri Takzim. Ranging in size from 47 m⊃2; - 76m⊃2;, each unit features king-sized beds, TVs, DVD players, high ceilings, attached bathrooms and separate living rooms. Read More...

Framed by beautiful French windows overlooking the manicured lawns, the Grand Suite – also known as the Grand Makmur room – is Carcosa Seri Negara’s premier accommodation unit. A combination of the Seri Ehsan or Seri Ridzuan Suites together with the Inderapura Suite, this lavish lodging has total of over 330m⊃2; of Read More...

 



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