Who wants to be my Ken?
Planning to travel to Kuala Lumpur via the Vaccination Travel Lane (VTL)? Here’s a hotel to consider.
Grand Hyatt KL has partnered with the company behind the doll icon, Barbie, to create 14 Barbie-themed rooms for an experience of a lifetime.
Dubbed by the hotel as the “first of its kind” in Malaysia, the Barbie Ultimate Staycation in KL “invites guests to live out their dreams and experience the pink side of life with Barbie”.
The rooms with Instagrammable spots promise a picturesque view that overlooks the city’s skyline, including the Petronas Twin Towers. As part of the Barbie experience, Grand Hyatt has also prepared a glasshouse Barbie-themed cafe with everything pink and Barbie written all over it.
A night’s stay for two adults costs about RM2,300 (S$750) for a 47sqm ‘Made In Malibu’ Barbie room and about RM4,400 (S$1,420) for a 105sqm grand suite.
Each booking includes breakfast and afternoon tea at the Barbie cafe, a surprise gift, complimentary parking and – most importantly – WiFi.
Visitors can also dine-in at the cafe without having to stay the night in a Barbie room.
Prices for an afternoon tea set meal start from RM228 (S$74) for one adult and RM188 (S$61) each for children aged three to 11. Bookings for children include a free Barbie doll.
Fancy experiencing the Barbie life? You can make your bookings with Grand Hyatt KL here.
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