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12 HOTELS IN MALAYSIA WITH AMAZING BATHTUBS FOR YOU TO SOAK YOUR WORRIES AWAY
Klook – Who else finds their staycation incomplete without the chance to lay back and unwind in a bathtub after a long day? If you’re looking to treat yourself to a pampering stay, check out our list of 12 hotels around Malaysia with amazing bathtubs that will fulfill all your bath time wishes.
Up for a pampering city staycation? Check in to EQ, a magnificent 52-storey tower that houses 440 elegant guestrooms and suites. Selected rooms here come with deep-soaking bathtubs overlooking the vibrant KL city skyline, some even offer close-up views of the Petronas Twin Towers and the KL Tower! Imagine taking a long bath while watching the sun go down.
TREASURED TRADITIONS YOU CAN INDULGE IN DURING THE CHRISTMAS SEASON
New Straits Times – As EQ’s General Manager Robert Lagerwey said: “Christmas festivities may not be the same this year but even in these trying times, we believe there’s a reason to celebrate and indulge with loved ones.”
And he’s right. Despite the blanket of doom that has covered us for much of 2020, there’s still much joy to be had in the company of our nearest and dearest. And what could be more special than a beautiful meal with our loved ones in the comfort of our safe sanctuary?
The “Bring Home This Season’s Very Best” promotion from EQ Hotel is actually pretty perfect, enabling us to still partake in festive merriment over a wonderful selection of traditional — and familiar — Christmas favourites. The fact that there are options for take-away, self-pickup or delivery makes it all very convenient.
A NOSTALGIC TASTE OF OLD CHALET AT SABAYON, EQ
The Malaysian Insight – Dining at Chalet in the old Equatorial Hotel Kuala Lumpur was an immersion into Swiss cuisine, with French, Italian and German influences. The Chalet interior was distinctive: with dark timber rafters, an Alpine horn and other Swiss artefacts.
What do I remember about the food at Chalet? Definitely the raclette cheese being melted under the salamander, scraped onto a plate and served with pickles and baby potatoes. You would get a whiff of the melting cheese as you entered the restaurant, so popular it was then.