IMPIANA KLCC HOTEL & SPA, KUALA LUMPUR

Client : KLCC Properties Berhad Cons. Cost : RM 180 Million
Status : Phase 1 Completion – 2006 Phase 2 Completion – 2011
Impiana KLCC Hotel & Spa was developed by KLCC Properties Bhd in response to a need to
have a 3 Star Hotel to complement the 4 Star Traders Hoteland the 5 Star Mandarin Oriental
Hotel. Nevertheless, the Impiana Hotel eventually was developed as a 4 Star Flagship Hotel.
The original proposal was to create a large hotel with as many Guest Rooms as possible with all
facilities supported by the KLCC Convention Centre linked by an elevated pedestrian walkway.
The Hotel Operator eventually managed to incorporate a Banquet Hall and Function rooms, thus
being independent of the KLCC Convention Centre. However, plans for 4 High End Restaurants
were finally reduced to 1 Coffee House at street level and a Fine Dining Restaurant at the roof
level of the lower block.
The Building was formerly the Holiday Inn on The Park; 1st Phase was the renovation of the
existing block and a new wing; and the 2nd Phase was an additional tower above the podium
carpark. A small Swimming Pool was located above the Banquet Podium; for Feng Shui reasons
the Operator did not want the pool on top of the Hotel Block.