Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Corus Hotel spending RM3m to refurbish

Corus Hotel Kuala Lumpur will spend up to RM3mil to refurbish its facilities as part of the Corus' nationwide ongoing programme to enhance comfort for its guests.

Corus Hotel Kuala Lumpur is a part of the Corus chain, which is based in Britain. Corus is a mid-market hotel group with over 40 properties in Britain and two in Malaysia - Corus Hotel Kuala Lumpur and Corus Paradise Resort in Port Dickson.

Corus Hotel Kuala Lumpur's vice-president/group general manager Pel Loh said the investment involved the upgrading of its 388 rooms, the addition of 12 new rooms called “Paradise Cabana” as well as deluxe rooms and suites, gymnasium and spa facility.

She said the hotel had on April 17 launched a campaign, “Discover Real Comfort”, a continuous programme to offer a bright, stylish and contemporary feel in line with the Corus brand strategy.

“We want to tell our customers that we are continuously upgrading our products and we will ensure that our services are always up to the customer expectations.

“Basically, one of the things that we do is change the entire bedding ... change the old comforters and bedspread with a duvet, change the pillows as well as the carpet,” she said.

Loh said the rooms in Paradise Cabana, located on the same level as the swimming pool and gardens floor, had a unique glass bathroom, which allowed the guests to catch the view of the bedroom while watching television in the bathtub

Source : STAR
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