Element Kuala Lumpur designed to be green from the ground up

Marriott International is scheduled to introduce Element Hotels in Southeast Asia with the debut of Element Kuala Lumpur this April.

Marriott International is bringing its Element Hotels brand to Southeast Asia with the debut of Element Kuala Lumpur this April.

The Element Kuala Lumpur will be the highest hotel in Malaysia as part of the 902-foot-high mixed-use Ilham Tower, designed by Foster+Partners. The development is also home to the Ilham Gallery, a public art space, commercial units and restaurants.

The hotel will have 252 guestrooms in a range of configurations from studio units to three-bedroom suites. Rooms will have "abundant" natural light and modern décor, a spa-inspired bathroom and all-natural bath amenities.


Like this story? Subscribe to IHIF!

The hospitality industry turns to IHIF International Hotel Investment News as the must-read source for investment and development coverage worldwide. Sign up today to get inside the deal with the latest transactions, openings, financing, and more delivered to your inbox and read on the go.

Built green from the ground-up, Element Kuala Lumpur is Green Building Index-certified.



Suggested Articles

The S.C.-based restaurant group picked hospitality veteran Larry Spelts to lead its new hotel management and consulting division.

The East Palo Alto, Calif., property features the intelligent gym and personal trainer in select guestrooms.

Infor cloud solutions now connect siloed applications and reduce manual processes for the California resort.