Hilton Kuala Lumpur has unveiled Level Seven, a new event venue and meeting space designed
specifically to respond to the changing needs of the modern business
The comforts of home are recreated at Level Seven with spacious living rooms and
plush lounge to offer guest the ultimate relaxation during coffee breaks.
Level Seven’s living rooms are appointed with fashionable and comfortable lounge seats and the open interactive kitchen means guests can
interact with the chef while waiting for fresh out of the oven pastries and bakery.
To create a welcoming and soothing ambience throughout the spaces, Level Seven
utilises soft natural wood tones contrasted with freshly colored fabrics. Materials in
neutral colors such as glass, pewter, Luxalon steel, marble and bespoke carpet and rugs
are also used to complement the concept. All this comes together to give the calming
feeling of being in a conservatory filled with positive energy.
The introduction of a unique product innovation, the switch-able ‘magic
glass’ panels give aesthetic and functional flexibility to internal wall partitions. Wall partitions can take
on a clear or opaque appearance where daylight transmission can be regulated or can
become a massive flat-screen with remarkable image clarity – all at the flick of a switch.
On the technology front, 65 inch plasma screen TV and high-speed wireless internet
service at Level Seven bring guests closer to the fast pace world and keep up with
today’s demanding lifestyle.
To give Hilton Kuala Lumpur a sense of place with localised feel,
Malaysian elements such as the ‘wayang kulit’ (shadow puppets), ‘takraw’ ball (rattan ball) and ‘batik’ (a local
art designed with motif by wax-resist dyeing technique) carpet were integrated into the
design to embrace the country’s heritage.
“Providing personalised service where guests’ needs and expectations can be
anticipated and exceeded has always been our team’s philosophy. At Hilton, we call this
creating ‘Hilton moments’ and have always receive warm feedback from our guests on
these personalised experiences,” said Hilton Kuala Lumpur
General Manager, Paul Hutton.
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