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Best Western Opens Hotel in Shah Alam, Malaysia

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Monday, 5 January 2015

Best Western has expanded its portfolio of hotels in Malaysia with the opening of its first hotel in Shah Alam.

Located in the heart of the city, the 18-story Best Western i-City Shah Alam features a total of 214 guest rooms and suites, all equipped with 32-inch LCD televisions, minibars, working desks and tea and coffee making facilities. And, as with all Best Western hotels worldwide, Wi-Fi is complimentary.

Food and beverage options include an all-day dining restaurant, 24-hour room service and a cafe with outdoor seating.

The corporate market is also well catered for with three meeting rooms able to handle up to 180 delegates.

As the capital of the state of Selangor, Shah Alam is a key economic hub in Malaysia. Located just 25km from Kuala Lumpur and 30km from KLIA, the city is at the heart of the countrys development and provides an ideal setting for Best Westerns new generation of contemporary hotels, said Ron Pohl, Best Western International's Senior Vice President of Brand Management & Development. I am delighted to be able to introduce the Best Western i-City Shah Alam, bringing our famous international standards to yet another exciting Malaysian city. Malaysia is an incredibly exciting market for Best Western International. With five hotels already open in the country and eight more in the pipeline, we look forward to serving the needs of ever more Malaysian and international guests in future.

Best Western i-City Shah Alam is located next to i-City Waterworld, giving guests the opportunity to experience the fun and excitement of this popular theme park. 

Best Western, Malaysia, Shah Alam

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