Lanson Place Bukit Ceylon Serviced Residences in Kuala Lumpur.LANSON Place Hospitality Management Ltd, a Hong Kong-based hospitality investment and management brand, recently launched Lanson Place Bukit Ceylon Serviced Residences in Kuala Lumpur.

Lanson Place Serviced Residences is a hidden gem that lies in the tranquil, and strategically-located, Bukit Ceylon area.

The new flagship property is also the first “Small Luxury Hotels of the World” property in the central business district.

Lanson Place boasts unparalleled elegance and impeccable furnishing in each residence with a total of 150 spacious one to three-bedroom serviced residences available, ranging from 85 sq m to 191 sq m.

Each residence features elegant interiors with exclusive views of the city, a work area with modern amenities including wireless Internet, iPod docking station, 30 TV channels with entertainment network plus DVD player and a fully-equipped kitchen.

Designed by renowned Japanese designer Koichiro Ikebuchi of Atelier Mura Proprietary Limited, Lanson Place’s modern and stylish residences will be fully fitted with top of the line amenities and equipment. Within the property, extensive glazing ensures that the interior will be bathed in natural sunlight, creating a sense of space.

“Lanson Place Bukit Ceylon Serviced Residences symbolises the epitome of luxury and sophisticated living without compromising residential comfort and service,” said Lanson Place Bukit Ceylon regional general manager Anson Chan.

Other facilities and amenities available in the property are a fully-equipped gymnasium, library, outdoor barbecue area, Internet centre and billiard area.

There is also a dazzling sky lounge called 163 Lounge where residents can unwind while enjoying breath-taking views of KL Tower and the Petronas Twin Towers. Families can also enjoy bonding with their loved ones in the 163 Garden on the 50th floor.

Lanson Place Bukit Ceylon Serviced Residences welcomed its first guests on Aug 1 with Rob Kamphuis and family from the Netherlands as well as Stefano Strada and friends from Italy checked in to a warm welcome from Chan and his colleagues.

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