Wyndham Acmar Klang
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts to Debut Flagship Wyndham Brand in Malaysia With Q3 2019 Opening of Wyndham Acmar Klang
Scheduled for Q3 2019 – 488 Rooms
Wyndham Acmar Klang will become the first international upscale hotel in this strategically important city, and is expected to be the leading choice for business travellers, meeting planners and leisure guests upon opening in the third quarter of 2019. Located close to three major national highways, the hotel is just 30 minutes from Kuala Lumpur and 40 minutes from KLIA. The hotel is owned by the Acmar Group of Companies and will be managed by Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.
Wyndham Acmar Klang will offer guests a wealth of international amenities in addition to its hallmark welcoming hospitality. The upscale hotel will offer 488 guestrooms across two wings - from Deluxe Rooms with plush furnishings and working areas to 188 stylish suites offering added space for guests to unwind in luxury. Guests staying in the suites can also make use of the Executive Lounge which provides an array of exclusive amenities including private check-in, daily breakfast and all-day drinks and snacks.
This new-build hotel will become a major hub for meetings and events, with a luxurious Grand Ballroom capable of hosting the most impressive occasions including corporate conferences, award ceremonies and lavish weddings seating up to 2,200 guests. A selection of 11 other flexible spaces provides options for every type of event, including business meetings, exhibitions and product launches. The onsite business centre also offers extensive professional support.
When they are not working, guests can plunge into the designer outdoor pool, soothe their senses in the spa, work out in the fitness centre, shop in a choice of retail outlets or enjoy world-class cuisine in a selection of dining venues. These include specialty Japanese and Chinese restaurants; an all-day dining outlet serving authentic Malaysian favourites and Western cuisine; a sophisticated lobby lounge; relaxing pool bar; and a dramatic top-floor sky lounge, perched on the 23rd floor and offers 360-degree views as far as Kuala Lumpur.
The Klang Valley, which includes Kuala Lumpur, is home to approximately eight million people - about a quarter of Malaysia's entire population. Housing KLIA, Malaysia's main international air gateway, and Port Klang, one of the world's busiest container ports and Kuala Lumpur's main cruise hub, this dynamic region is at the very heart of Malaysia's national economy.