The last past weekend, my family came to KL to visit? to accompany me back home?
Whatever.....because of the late booking, most of the hotels were fully booked yet limited choices to choose, neither very expensive nor far from KL town.
They had no choice which had to choose Cititel Hotel which located just beside Mid Valley.
I was a bit disappointed with Cititel.
First of all, limited parking lots which one had to follow the first come first serve criteria.
I had to park my car at Mid Valley's parking lots which i had to pay for it. *what the...*
Although they have lots of rooms but with such less parking lots...speechless....
Next, the room was so tiny, just a bit bit bigger than First World Hotel which cost us RM250++ per night. But luckily it included two free breakfast buffet. Maybe because of it is located at KL, so it is costly.
The breakfast buffet in Cititel was alright, variety of food choice. Even a single egg, there had hard-boiled, half-boiled, fried or omelet for you to choose.
Malay style, japanese style, Indian style, Chinese style, and they were so considered, cause there was a corner for vegetarian too. Fried rice, fried mihun, sotong, ham, sausages, red bean, bread, muffin, various kinds of cornflakes, milk, juices, coffee, tea....... and lots more ordinary food for breakfast lo. But i was satisfied with it. Nice deco too.
The most convenience of staying at Cititel is shopping, because it is just beside Mid Valley. You can just shop and shop, from day to night. If you shop till tired, you can just back to hotel to take a nap and later you can continue to shop again.
I get to grab my jacket which i wish to buy before that in MNG, it just left two pieces for black colours on Saturday night. Luckily i grabbed it, cause the next day i went to see, no more for those black colour jackets. Thanks mum. *happy*
The following of disappointment was the light design in the corridor of the room's doorway, it was too near to the bed, maybe because the room was small, it's hard to sleep with light switched on, it was dazzling. It was too dark without any lights. Okies, i'm afraid of darkness, so no choice but to switch one of it on.
I don't feel secured staying there cause everyone can get to your room easily. Not like Eastin Hotel in PJ, the security is much better, just the room card holder can get to the floor when you enter the card into the slot in the lift.
Proudly recommend Eastin Hotel, cause it is much cheaper, the room much more bigger, more secured, environment is nice but one thing of inconvenience is it is more further away from KL town and it is hidden behind the office tower.
I didn't take any photos for the hotel because of my dislike. Plus it's hard to grab pics from google b'cos of my slow TM Net connection at home. pai seh le~