The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur includes the original Hotel Majestic which is documented as a national heritage site under the Malaysian Antiquities Act. This colonial heritage building was built in 1932 and became one of the great hotels of Kuala Lumpur in its time. The hotel was an icon of Malaya's boom years leading to World War II and came to be the place for glamorous social events, government receptions and the residence for prominent international visitors.
Accommodation is housed in the Majestic Wing and the Tower Wing, separate buildings linked by a glass enclosed air-conditioned walkway. The Majestic Wing is the original historic hotel building and the suites echo the art deco nuances of the hotel. Timber floors are overlaid with tufted carpets in warm colors and luxurious art deco furnishings feature throughout. The black and white chequered tiled bathrooms feature claw-footed bathtubs and separate showers. All Majestic Wing suites are provided with butler service. The Tower Wing houses the majority of the Hotel's plush guestrooms and suites, and complements the original building in the art deco style with the use of polished chrome and jewel veneers. The bathrooms are delightfully decadent and modern glass enclosed sanctuaries with dual vanities, a separate rain shower and large free standing bathtub facing a wall-mounted television for those long bubble bath soaks at the end of the day.