A taste of Malaysian exclusivity
753 Rooms / 92 Suites
If Resorts World Genting is considered an out-of-this-world vacationing experience just 45 minutes from Kuala Lumpur, Maxim’s Genting might be its brightest star.
The hotel, one of five on the massive campus, isn’t the biggest (the 7,351-room First World Hotel & Spa) or newest option (the just-opened Hotel on the Park) in the resort’s portfolio, but because its overnight accommodations are only available to casino guests, Maxim’s Genting could prove its most exclusive address. Rooms range from 325-square-foot Premier units to the three-bedroom Belgravia palace that features a greenery-covered ceiling and a vertical garden.
But while these impressive units may be exclusive, Maxim’s Genting features fine-dining options (including Ming Ren and Imperial Rama) that are available to everyone. Of course, the experience at e18hteen, an open-kitchen concept for Japanese, Chinese and Western dishes, is so wonderful that you’ll want to keep it to yourself.
•Though all 753 rooms at Maxim’s Genting are special, the property’s suites on the 15th through 17th floors allow guests to luxuriate with massive flat-screen TVs, home theatre systems and minibars with premium snacks.
•The Belgravia suite on the 18th floor not only takes its “Garden in the Sky” concept quite literally with lush plant life all over the place, but it also includes a living room, well-equipped kitchen and dining room.
•With its contemporary furnishings and glass wall separating it from e18hteen, the sleek indoor heated swimming pool is a place to look cool and take a refreshing dip.