The Ritz-Carlton, Kuala Lumpur, recently unveiled a complete refurbishment that features updates to its guestrooms and suites, restaurants, spa and other public spaces, as well as an addition of a library. Originally opened in 1997, the 364-room Malaysian hotel was re-designed by Champalimaud Design.
The refurbishment aims to keep the hotel true to its traditional roots but also incorporate a more contemporary vibe. The all-butler hotel boasts new furnishings, fabrics, modern lighting and marble accessories. Restaurants include Li Yen, The Cobalt Room, The Lobby Lounge and The Patisserie.