Best Western to open hotel in Shah Alam, Malaysia

Best Western International will arrive in another Malaysian city later this year, with the launch of its first hotel in Shah Alam. Best Western i-City Shah Alam will be a midscale hotel.

As the capital of the state of Selangor, Shah Alam is a key economic hub in Malaysia. It is located 15.5 miles from Kuala Lumpur and 18.6 miles from KLIA.

Scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of 2014, Best Western i-City Shah Alam will have modern design and amenities. The hotel will habe a total of 216 guestrooms and suites, all equipped with amenities such as 32-inch LCD televisions, minibars, working desks and tea and coffee making facilities. Wi-Fi is complimentary throughout the property.

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For dining, guests will be able to sample local and international dishes at the hotel's Coffee House restaurant, while the corporate market is well catered-for with a choice of three meeting rooms, able to handle up to 120 delegates.

Best Western i-City Shah Alam will join Best Western International's existing collection of midscale and luxury hotels in Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh, Kota Kinabalu and Sandakan. 

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