Located in the Kota Raya Complex, ACES Hotel is easily accessible from anywhere in Kuala Lumpur. This new budget accommodation is perfect for those who want to stay as close as possible to Chinatown, yet far away enough from all the noise and crowd. It takes less than 3 minutes to walk between the two as Chinatown is located right opposite within a 50-metre distance.
From Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) or Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2), the journey will take approximately 28 minutes to 33 minutes by KLIA Ekspres Train from both airports to KL Sentral. From KL Sentral, you can board a train at the KL Sentral LRT Station on level 1 to the Plaza Rakyat LRT Station. ACES Hotel is only a 400-metre or a 6-minute walk from the station. Alternatively, from KL Sentral, you can walk to the nearest Muzium Negara MRT Station through a covered 240 metre pedestrian walkway to board a train to Pasar Seni MRT Station where ACES Hotel is only a 500-metre or a 6-minute walk away.
If you prefer travelling by train, two other nearest train stations are Merdeka MRT Station and Masjid Jamek LRT Station. Kota Raya Bus Terminal is located within 300 metre walking distance. In addition, you can find a bus stop and taxi stand in front of the Kota Raya Complex. Hailing a ride from and to this destination is quite convenient too!
In-house guests of ACES Hotel, Kuala Lumpur can now enjoy complimentary parking, applicable for one car per room per stay.
Basement parking is available in Kota Raya Complex. If you are travelling by car, you may use your Touch 'n Go card to enter the parking. Please note that the complex has implemented Cashless Parking System.
To enjoy complimentary parking, please validate your Touch 'n Go card at our Reception before leaving the hotel.
REIMPOSITION OF TOURISM TAX ON FOREIGN TOURISTS
Effective from 1 January 2023, foreign tourists staying at registered accommodation premises in Malaysia are subject to pay a Tourism Tax of RM10 per room per night. The reimposition of Tourism Tax on foreign tourist is mandatory and regulated by the Ministry of Finance Malaysia and the Royal Malaysian Customs Department.
Under the Tourism Tax (Exemption) Order 2017, Malaysians and Permanent Residents with MyPR cards are exempted from paying the Tourism Tax.