Hotel Coxes Global Bukit Bintang

Average rating by guests Hotel Coxes Global Bukit Bintang: 4.5/5.0
Reviews 27

The hotel is 1.5 km from Capital Square and 1.7 km from Petronas Twin Towers. Kuala Lumpur International Airport is 43 km away.

Hotel Coxes Global Bukit Bintang is located in Kuala Lumpur, just 400 m from Sungei Wang Plaza. It provides complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout its premises.

At the 24-hour reception, guests can get assistance with laundry and airport shuttle services. Daily housekeeping is provided.

Rooms feature air conditioning, satellite TV and an en suite bathroom with shower facilities and towels. Room service is available.

Phone: +60 10-885 2142

Address: 184, Jalan Pudu, Bukit Bintang, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Website: http://www.visitkl.gov.my/visitklv2/index.php

Number of rooms: 22

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Rooms feature air conditioning, satellite TV and an en suite bathroom with shower facilities and towels. Rooms accommodate 2 guests.

Room Facilities: City view, TV, Satellite Channels, Air Conditioning, Shower, Toilet, Bathroom, Wake-up service, Towels

Room Size: 12 m²

Bed Size(s): 1 large double bed

Rooms feature air conditioning and an en suite bathroom with shower facilities and towels. Rooms come with a flat-screen TV and accommodate 2 guests.

Room Facilities: City view, Satellite Channels, Flat-screen TV, Air Conditioning, Shower, Toilet, Bathroom, Wake-up service, Towels

Room Size: 12 m²

Bed Size(s): 1 large double bed

Rooms feature air conditioning, satellite TV and an en suite bathroom with shower facilities and towels. Rooms accommodate 3 guests.

Room Facilities: City view, TV, Satellite Channels, Air Conditioning, Shower, Toilet, Bathroom, Wake-up service, Towels

Room Size: 15 m²

Bed Size(s): 1 single bed, 1 large double bed.

Reviews of Hotel Coxes Global Bukit Bintang 2*

Sam L.

07/23/2018

5/5.0

Excellent place to relax, do a bit of nature hike, canopy walk within downtown city center. And it’s free. Do check out the info center. Just found out that Irrawaddy Dolphins can be found in Malaysia water!

Matt F.

07/21/2018

4/5.0

Great for a free relax within city. Canopy walk good fun and board walk trails quite good. Spent a fair while just watching a small troop of Macaques playing. Be aware, the Buket Nanas entrance is shut so one way in and out (from main entrance at south or via access road to KL tower)

Luqman H.

07/02/2018

5/5.0

Pretty big to explore, jungle trekking, calming but not a lot of public amenities. Bring water. Though there is a campsite, I think there is other place that is far more fun than here.

Bruno F.

06/27/2018

5/5.0

Great place… Nice bush walk… Photo spots… It has the places where it lacks the maintenance of the infrastructure, but all in all a great getaway place to have some green around you.

Pornchanok T.

06/24/2018

4/5.0

Nice and easy urbane hike near KLCC. Free, open everyday and so accessible by transportation. You will get to see monkeys, birds, interesting insects and lizards. Highly recommend for people who visit or live in this city.

Ken W

06/14/2018

4/5.0

Happen to come across this place while exploring around the klcc area. First this place is free of charge to visit. Next It's not a big forest however still nice to take in and walk around. You can walk threw the forest bridge to get more views of the city. Overall a nice activity within the area to stroll threw.

Casey L.

06/03/2018

4/5.0

Though the area is not huge, but pretty good to have a reserved tropical forest in the mid of the concrete city. Yup, you can enjoy tranquility, fresh air, cooler climate, and also hearing the humming of the insects at certain angles. And entrance is free. If you drive, it's kind of headache though. I went into from the entrance at Jalan Raja Chulan, parked my car across the road, at the road side of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, lucky to get one maybe because it's Sunday.

Journey C.

04/25/2018

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

Really cool Park… right in the middle of a huge city, among thousands of towering skyscrapers hid the real area clean, pristine, and wild jungle, with many suspension bridges, tall trees and dense thickets in which to hide ferocious predators! Left under a huge impression from walking there!

Jordan F

04/12/2018

4/5.0

A charming break from the concrete jungle. Walking along the canopy bridges is pretty nice, and you get some good views of the combined natural/artificial skyline. It’s just a pity that years of building/tourism development have eaten into the size of Bukit Nanas. Just be aware that the toilets might be hard to find (or even closed off entirely), so try to go before you go.

Fikri I.

03/28/2018

5/5.0

Must visit place in KL. Nature in town. Near to kL tower. Walking at canopy walk really good. Parking really not good here. I park my car a bit far from entrance. There have place for history of this place. Five star. U can go straight to KL towers or can turn back to the entrance.

Monica B.

03/25/2018

5/5.0
EspañolEnglish

A canopy in the. Heart of. The. City. Very good for Kuala!

Sem

02/03/2018

5/5.0

One of my favorite places in KL. A tropical rainforest at the heart of the city that has a multilevel canopies beside fern farm and jungles. Totally recommended. Totally FREE!

Kwang K.

01/17/2018

5/5.0

I had a pleasant experience here. The entrance is located south of KL Tower. It was free. Park stretches around the tower. Start at the entrance and follow on the canopy walk. At the end of the canopy walk to your left there are trails. You can follow the trail to the north side of the tower. You will get interesting views of the city through the thick woods. Of course there are no monkeys here. If they were they would be roaming around the city and all be roadkills sooner or later. I saw some squirrels though.

Jasveen K. K.

01/14/2018

5/5.0

Its very well maintained. A beautiful park Do carry an insect repellent though since its a forest and there are lots of insects And its free so why not!

Kevin C.

01/09/2018

2/5.0

It isn't that obvious from Google where the park is. I foolishly assumed it was the area marked green on the map and headed for that. In fact the entrance is further away from the Tower. The park is tired and scruffy and when I was there, deserted. No visitors, no staff. The rubbish bins were overflowing. It is hot amongst the trees and the insect life will find you suitable as dinner. Nice to see some of the bigger trees, but there we were no birds or monkeys. There is quite a bit of litter, bags and bottles scattered around. All in all, don't bother, though to round off on a positive note, it is free.

Hafiz W. H.

01/07/2018

5/5.0

Good track for walk. I really enjoy one thing about this place. They reserve this place in the center of the city.

Nadhel D.

01/04/2018

4/5.0

It was a very wonderful tour around the KL Forest Eco Park. If you are a nature lover and absolutely want to have a feeling of being there, this place is highly recommended. But make sure that you have your water with you and no toilet was available on our visit. It's a must visit place. And plus, there's monkeys there.

Kate L.

12/30/2017

5/5.0

It is a piece of rainforest almost in the middle of the city. For a free entertainment this place is nice. Canopy walks are not very common in the parks, but here there is a pretty long trail. Though it is not very high, you'll be able to see some good views on the city. And take a spray from mosquitoes. No matter when exactly you will go.

Nera K. T.

12/16/2017

4/5.0

My experience it easy to find this location. Park our car on the opposite direction in front of a church, just a few min walk. We arrive around 10 am. The sun already scorching, but most of the placed covered with tree. They dont have functional toilet. Bring your own water if you want to spend longer time there. I think it suitable place for 5 years and above children and who can withstand a lot of walk. They can also enjoy canopy walk. There a lot of stairs, and the path a little bit hilly. Overall it clean and refreshing.

Izzati L.

12/04/2017

4/5.0

Runing out of ideas for a weekend outing? It was a beautiful Saturday outing at KL Eco Forest for me and my friend. There were canopy walk, several trails and various species of flora and fauna. KL Eco Park will also be great for tourists who would like to experience a mini tropical rainforest, but wouldn't want to leave the city centre. It is located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Kwang K.

11/22/2017

5/5.0

I had a pleasant experience here. The entrance is south of KL Tower. It was free. Park stretches around the tower. Start at the entrance and follow on the canopy walk. At the end of the canopy walk to your left there are trails. You can follow the trail to the north side of the tower. You will get interesting views of the city through the thick woods. Of course there are no monkeys here. If they were they would be roaming around the city and all be roadkills sooner or later. I saw some squirrels though.

Kevin C.

11/08/2017

2/5.0

It isn't that obvious from Google where the park is. I foolishly assumed it was the area marked green on the map and headed for that. In fact the entrance is further away from the Tower. The park is tired and scruffy and when I was there, deserted. No visitors, no staff. The rubbish bins were overflowing. It is hot amongst the trees and the is more insect life to find you suitable as dinner. Nice to see some of the bigger trees, but there we were no birds or monkeys. There is quite a bit of litter, bags and bottles scattered around. All in all, don't bother, though to round off on a positive note, it is free.

Алексей С.

11/03/2017

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

Gorgeous place! I recommend to visit. Definitely on the trail — canopy walk! Free

Наталья П.

01/30/2017

5/5.0
РусскийEnglish

Tropical Paradise garden among the stone jungle of the megalopolis

Facilities

  • Daily maid service
  • Shared lounge/TV area
  • Room service
  • Wake-up service
  • Airport shuttle (surcharge)
  • Laundry
  • Shops
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Air conditioning
  • Daily maid service
  • Shared lounge/TV area
  • Airport shuttle

Internet

  • WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge

Room Amenities

  • Satellite Channels
  • City view

Parking

    Languages Spoken

    • Malay
    • English

    Policies of Hotel Coxes Global Bukit Bintang

    • Check-In:

      From 14:00 hours

    • Check-Out:

      Until 12:00 hours

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