Jumeirah Group to operate 190-room luxury hotel in Kuala Lumpur

Jumeirah Group, a member of Dubai Holding, signed management agreements to operate a 190-room luxury Jumeirah hotel and to brand 273 residences in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Jumeirah Kuala Lumpur hotel and Jumeirah Living Kuala Lumpur residences will be set within one of the three towers that will make up a landmark mixed-use development in Kuala Lumpur. The three towers, interconnected via a retail podium, will be located in the middle of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre precinct within reach of the Petronas Twin Towers, Maxis Tower and the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

Construction of the development, which will cover an area of more than 12,500 square meters (135,000 square feet), is expected to start in 2016 and be completed in 2021.

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Jumeirah Living Kuala Lumpur residences will be located on the lower floors of the tower, and Jumeirah Kuala Lumpur hotel will occupy the upper floors offering views of the city. The hotel will have 190 rooms and suites, two restaurants, lounge and bar, a Club Executive and a Talise wellness facility comprising a spa, fitness club and swimming pool.

Jumeirah Group currently has 23 hotels in Europe, the Middle East and Asia. It has 25 Jumeirah and Venu properties in the pipeline.

PHOTO SHOWS ANOTHER JUMEIRAH GROUP PROPERT, JUMEIRAH BODRUM PALACE

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