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Old March 5th, 2009, 04:20 AM   #61
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is it 5star hotel??? or maybe 4star huh!!
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i love it they could paint it a little bit darker tone...
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It's Peninsular Eastern Malay architect in the city yet beautiful indeed!
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Old April 9th, 2009, 05:02 AM   #68
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New hotel in the heart of the city
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A BRAND new hotel right in the heart of the city has opened its doors. The Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur is located on Jalan Conlay and it’s a short walk to Pavilion KL from the hotel.

The hotel has 402 rooms and serviced apartments, six restaurants, pool, barbecue area, spa and gym as well as convention facilities catering up 2,000 people.



Welcome: The hotel staff members greeting the taxi drivers.

The hotel embarked on a familiarising exercise campaign with the taxi drivers in KL recently.

Some 300 taxis took part in the event, where they received goodie bags from the hotel.

Its general manager Leo Kuscher said the campaign was for the taxi drivers to familiarise themselves with the hotel.


Inviting ambience: The hotel has 402 rooms

“Taxi drivers are the ambassador for the tourists so it’s important for them to know the hotel and its location. Hopefully the campaign works.

“The hotel is the first five star hotel from the Boustead Hotels & Resorts Sdn Bhd,” he said.

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i like the architecture so much!!
the best looking hotel in kl
now open - introductory offer
rm350nett deluxe double room with breakfast
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300rooms and 102 serviced apartmenrs

the royale bintang surian open 2011
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Royale Chulan on track to hit occupancy target
By Sharen KaurPublished: 2009/06/08



THE Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur is on track to achieve 60 per cent occupancy at an average room rate of RM350 a night by December 2009.

The five-star property is expecting double-digit revenue growth or more than RM10 million in sales, general manager Leo Kuscher told Business Times in Kuala Lumpur recently.

The Royale Chulan, wholly-owned by the Armed Forces Fund Board (LTAT), was built for over RM200 million in two years.

Located on Jalan Conlay, it features a 300-room hotel with nine food outlets, 15 meeting rooms and a 1,000 capacity ballroom and 102 serviced apartments.





Kuscher said he is anticipating to recover the investments in five years depending on market conditions.

Since its soft opening in April, it has achieved 30 per cent occupancy.

Kuscher said he is targeting 45 per cent occupancy by end July.

"We have forward bookings for international conferences in July. According to our plan, we are already doing what we want to achieve. We are expecting a certain percentage of business from rival hotels riding on our legacy," Kuscher said.

The Royale Chulan is expecting 60 per cent of its income from the local market and 40 per cent from the Middle East, Europe and Asia Pacific.

The property will focus on three segments - corporate, leisure, and meeting, incentive, convention and exhibition.

Kuscher said it will spend 5 per cent of its revenue on marketing and promotions to be visible globally.

He is aiming to turn The Royale Chulan into a "must visit attraction" and an icon in Kuala Lumpur.

The property has elements of Malaysia's unique architecture with Terengganu influences.

Handcrafted wooden design elements are discretely located throughout the hotel. Carved wooden features were incorporated to enable circulation of the air and to keep the interiors of buildings cool. These carved pieces of timber also enable filtered light into the buildings. A dominant feature of the property is its glassed-in courtyard conservatory.

"There are challenges to run the hotel and serviced apartments in this slow economy. But a challenge is always nice especially when you are working for an excellent hotel. We have to market it to the world and sell it accordingly," Kuscher said.

The Royale Chulan, which will employ 450 people by December, is operated by Boustead Hotels & Resorts Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Boustead Holdings Bhd, which is majority owned by LTAT.

Boustead Hotels and Resorts has a collection of four-star properties such as The Royale Bintang Kuala Lumpur, The Royale Bintang The Curve, The Royale Bintang Resort and Spa Seremban, The Royale Bintang Penang (opening this year) and The Royale Bintang Surian The Curve (opening in 2010).
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5-star experience at half the normal rates
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THE Royale Chulan Kuala Lumpur may be the most expensive hotel in the Klang Valley but it is offering services and facilities of superior quality in tandem with its five-star rating.

Its rooms are priced at RM700 a night and the Royale suite at RM9,000.

As the hotel opened only in April, it is offering introductory rates now, which halve the price of the rooms.

For the serviced apartments, a studio unit is being offered at RM8,000 while a two-bedroom apartment is going for RM9,000.


The apartments are luxuriously furnished with sizable living and dining rooms and a well-equipped kitchen.

"We will launch a royalty programme next month to drive sales at The Royale Chulan. The royalty programme will give people a return on their investment. At times like this, people are looking for the best deal and we want to give them that," its general manager Leo Kuscher said.

Kuscher said he has no qualms running the hotel and serviced apartments although the world is in a depressed mood.

He believes there will be growth which will be accelerated by good service command and attitude from its staff and having facilities at par with international standards.

"If you want to be successful in today's business, you must offer excellent services. You must have passion which should be infectious to show that you are really dedicated and are totally immersed in every single detail of the property," Kuscher said.

The Austrian-born has been in the hospitality industry for 40 years and has gained a reputation for branding hotels and turning them around.

An example is The Royal Adelphi Seremban in Negri Sembilan, which he rebranded into a Royale Bintang property within three months.

When he was the general manager at The Andaman Langkawi, he repositioned the four-star property into a five-star super deluxe hotel and into one of Asia's best resorts through continuous service improvements.

Kuscher first came to Malaysia in 1984 where he served as the executive assistant manager of Holiday Inn Kuching in Sarawak.

He joined The Prince Hotel (now known as Melia Hotel) in 1986 as general manager and left for Hong Kong in 1988 to join The Regal Meridien Hotel in Kowloon as its resident manager.

He then moved to the Philippines and transformed Manila Hilton into Manila Pavilion, Manila's largest casino hotel, in 1989.

Kuscher returned to Malaysia in 1990 and joined The Crown Princess Kuala Lumpur before moving on to become the operations director for Federal Hotels International.

Kuscher was running The Royale Bintang Kuala Lumpur in March 2006. He had pushed this four-star property to achieve 86 per cent occupancy and average room rates of RM169 for November 2007.
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