About the Homestay
Hello, I am Hazel Lim a Malaysian. I love mixing with all types of people from around the world and learn various cultures . I love travelling so much and meet new people. I will do the best to make your stay in KL unforgetable experience . I hope you will enjoy Malaysian Hospitality and have an enjoyable stay.
- Internet Access
- Wheelchair Accessible
- Air Conditioning
Bedrooms available for booking
About the Area
The Royal Regent is newly built Luxury Condominium. It is very secure and it is very clean. Located in Center of Kuala Lumpur. Modern living space with ethnic & modern decorations & friendly hosts.
With KL City Serviced Residence you pay less per night than an equivalent hotel suite as we offer quality furnished accommodation with best security, great neighborhood which is located at KL's premiere shopping district.
The bedroom are private in its own way as you don't have to share any facilities just like hotel however if you wish there is kitchen (light cooking only) available too if you wish to use but it’s a shared facility.
Exceptionally best location preferred choice by tourist and executives on business trips.
A lot less priced than premiere hotel.
Better atmosphere and facilities than guest house.
No frill, no fuss, just bring your luggage.
Fresh towels, toiletries provided Private room in a private home in the heart of Kuala Lumpur (KL) with high speed wireless internet.
Perfect for a short stop over or long stay.
Take advantages of our building amenities for free like:
- Swimming pool
- BBQ Pit
- Table Tennis
- Table Tennis
- Private Theater Room
- Pools and Darts
- Small Garden
- Mini Mart
LOCAL TRAVEL, FOOD AND TOURIST INFO :
Just 10 minutes by cab to Sentral Station, which has direct train access to both airports and various parts of mainland Malaysia. We can sometimes pick up and drop off guests at the station if we are available, at no charge.
EATING AND DRINKING:
There is Cafeteria inside the Royal Regent with Western, Chinese and Thai foods. You can spend the night time hangout of Publika Shopping Mall, Solaris Mont Kiara & Sri Hartamas with international restaurants, bars and clubs, that attracts large crowds, throughout the week into the early hours, drinks prices are high, beware of cut price cocktails.
For who just want that street-food treat, head for Jalan Alor less than 10 minutes away by driving, open in part all day, but in full through the evening until 4am. Malaysian, Chinese and Thai food stalls line this one street on both sides, and we are happy to recommend our favourites, reasonably priced and cheap beer. Vegetarians are well catered for here thanks in part to Hindu and Buddhist faiths.
The Arab and Korean communities are well established here and they are well represented in terms of restaurants and grocery stores.
TOURISM AND SHOPPING:
The malls, museums and historic centers of KL are all within walking distance or by short taxi rides and public transport. I walk just about everywhere, but sometimes the cool airs of a commuter train or monorail are too hard to resist, both just 10 minutes away. If you are a walker, remember this is a tropical country; umbrellas are good as protection against rain and sun. A folding fan can really take edge of the heat, and of course a bottle of water, though you might prefer to grab a fresh coconut, or sugar cane drink. Trains, malls and cinemas can feel very chilly after being exposed to the outdoor heat.
Taxis are the way people travel around in KL as it is super cheap and much more reliable than public transport. You can use the app 'My Teksi' to make it easy to get picked up to go anywhere you like. Or you can go down to Condo Lobby to hail one. Always try and stop a moving taxi rather than one parked outside a hotel or at taxi stands - standard advice for most countries. All taxis are required by law to use their metres but KL taxis are internationally notorious & voted as the worst in the world for many years in a row for naming prices, being grumpy, refusing to go to your destinations etc. After-midnight fares are 50% more. Taxis from railway stations and airports are normally paid for at a desk with a booking fee.
Some people skip this by going to departure exits instead. Please note that Malaysian drivers drive insanely fast and inconsiderate.
The train from the airport is the best way into KL but does not run all night.
Distances below supplied by online journey planners, some shortened by us as the websites do not have the short cut shown in the map in our gallery. Walking times will vary depending on levels of fitness, crowds, weather and your being a tourist/shopper etc.
From Royal Regent Condo, 10mins drive to KL Sentral - Stesen Sentral, Malaysia’s largest transit hub, is Kuala Lumpur’s integrated rail transportation centre, offering global connectivity and seamlessly linking all urban and suburban residential, commercial and industrial areas. It is also a direct link to Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Putrajaya (the Federal Government Administrative Centre), Cyberjaya and key areas within the Multimedia Super Corridor. Such amazing connectivity has been established through direct access to six rail systems and links to major highways. KL Sentral to make use of the six rail networks and public transport towards a greener and less polluted Malaysia.
1. KTM Intercity - A central rail point for all rail destinations throughout Malaysia and as an international transit point for travellers/transits from Bangkok and Singapore. It is also part of the TransAsia Railway Network to Vietnam and China
2. KTM Komuter - Connects suburban towns of Rawang, Sentul, Port Klang & Seremban
3. Rapid KL (Kelana Jaya Line, Ampang Line) -Connects major points within KL city from Gombak to Lembah Subang
4. KLIA Express - A direct link to Kuala Lumpur International Airport with destination time of only 28 minutes
5. KLIA Transit - A link to Kuala Lumpur International Airport with transits in key areas within the Multimedia Super Corridor and the Federal Government Administrative Centre (Putrajaya & Cyberjaya), as well as Bandar Tasik Selatan and Salak Tinggi
6. KL Monorail - Connects major hotspots within KL city from Jalan Pahang station to Stesen Sentral via Jalan Sultan Ismail, Bukit Bintang and Times Square
LRT journeys are cheap and efficient, Monorail is slightly more expensive, cramped but useful.
Within 8 min drive to Kuala Lumpur:
1. KLCC Twin Tower, KL Tower, China Town (Petaling Street), Dataran Merdeka (Merdeka Square), KL Bird Park (World Largest Free-Flight Walk-in Aviary), National Museum
2. Shopping Centers: Suria KLCC, Pavillion, Sungai Wang, Lot 10, LowYat Plaza (IT Center), Sogo, Midvalley Megamall, The Gardens Mall
3. Famous Food and Entertainment area at Bukit Bintang and Jalan Alor.
Within 3 min drive to:
1. Shopping Center: Publika, Solaris, Sri Hartamas
2. Istana Malaysia
3. Matrade (Malaysia Trade Center)
Within 10 min drive to Petaling Jaya:
1. Shopping Center: One Utama, The Curve, Ikano Power Centre, IKEA
Within 25 min drive to Sunway:
1. Shopping Center: Sunway Pyramid
2. Sunway Lagoon Water Park
Local Area Facilities
- Shopping Centre
- Amusement Park
- Sports arena
- Health club
- Bus Stop
- Train station
Hosts can offer a complimentary light breakfast at their discretion. All other meals will incur an additional cost. Meals and any additional payment should be arranged directly with your host.
Included in the stay
- Complimentary Light Breakfast
- Use of Kitchen
Welcoming free thinkers and broad-minded guests but intolerant of racists and bigots and people with boorish behaviour.
No pets allowed
No chewing gum in-doors.
No smoking in bedroom and in the house too off cause
Switch off room's air condition and lights, when leaving the room
Smoking is not allowed.
Hazel is a very friendly and helpful host. Everything was just great. Easy to find and good facilities. Thank you will be back to stay again soon. :)
How do I book?
Contact the host to check their availability and ask them any questions you have about staying with them. Once the host confirms they’re available for your dates, you can complete your booking.
When do I pay?
Once a host confirms they're available, you can go ahead and pay the 15% booking fee (maximum of 199 $£€ for longer term bookings) using a choice of payment methods: Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Maestro, Laser, JCB & PayPal (not available in certain countries). You then pay your host on arrival or as stated by your host on their profile and agreed by you on booking. Please be cautious if a host requests advance payment if its not included on their profile. Our hosts have been advised that if they wish to request advance payment they must make this explicit in their profile. We do not recommend the use of Money gram or Western Union.
When can I share my contact details?
Host and Guest email address, phone number and home address will be exchanged in a confirmation email sent to both immediately after a booking is completed. It's against our policy for Guests and Hosts to exchange direct contact details via our messaging system.