Prescott Hotel, KL Sentral

  • Prescott Hotel exterior
  • Inside double room
  • Lounge area
  • Prescott hotel reception
  • The hotel cafe

My only mission in Kuala Lumpur was to rest and gain back energy I have recently lost. I wanted to start fresh so I look for a hotel where I could rest safe and sound; a place that would bring me peace. Of course, this place needed to be near transportations, food and shopping area, for my convenience in case I needed some rest from the rest, and take up window shopping. And after a while sitting in a coffee shop and searching the Internet, I finally found Prescott Hotel.

Inside double room

I chose this establishment out of many existing in Kuala Lumpur for its British style architecture, so classic and unique I felt home already and I booked directly for the whole of my 5 days stay.

The hotel cafe

Located in the vibrant city of Kuala Lumpur, near KL Sentral, Prescott Hotel KL is an ideal choice for both business and pleasure travellers. Nestled amongst an abundance of cafes, restaurants and shopping malls, you will discover plenty of local attractions at your fingertips.

Prescott Hotel is managed by Everly Group and it comprises 139 stylish guest rooms divided into a range that goes from standard rooms to suites, all with comfortable beds, toilet, complimentary wifi and room service. I found it clean and convenient, and the staff was very helpful.

Lounge area


Prescott Hotel – 10, Jalan Tun Sambanthan, Brickfields, 50470 Kuala Lumpur

Tel: +60 322731222

Prescott hotel reception


No matter where you are headed to in Kuala Lumpur, Prescott Hotel KL is a stone’s throw away from the city’s public transportation system (Monorail, buses and taxis), providing easy access to everywhere and everything Kuala Lumpur has to offer. If you arrive in Kuala Lumpur from KLIA airport, your train will drop you at KL Sentral. You then enter a nearby shopping mall called Nu Sentral, walk straight on for about 10-minutes and you will find Prescott Hotel.


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Cato is a young woman, passionate writer, and a loving mother from Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. Cato gained a Master's Degree with honours in Social Science majoring in Communication Studies at the University Malaysia Sarawak - UNIMAS. After a long spell as a full-time reporter writing for TV and Radio news in Borneo and beyond, she is currently a Senior Marketing in a private firm practicing writing, public relations as well as marketing. She is also a regular and passionate contributor at Asian Itinerary. Cato is a dynamic woman with several interests and hobbies such as travelling, listening to music, playing guitar, reading, hiking, kayaking and surfing the Internet. She is a young promise in the travel-writing world, and one of the main exponents of Asian Itinerary.

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