Review: Hyatt House Kuala Lumpur, Mont Kiara (One Bedroom Suite)

Nightly rate3,500 points (worth US$53)
(2,489 points with Hyatt’s promo)
Length of stay1 night
Date of stayMarch 2022
Membership levelGlobalist
(World of Hyatt)

What benefits to expect when you stay at Hyatt House Kuala Lumpur, Mont Kiara as a World of Hyatt Globalist member?

Hyatt House Kuala Lumpur, Mont Kiara opened in 2018 with a total of 298 rooms.

Best time to stay

This is currently a Category 1 World of Hyatt property requiring 3,500 to 6,500 points per night. Staying in this property is one of the best ways to redeem your Hyatt points.

Related: Sweet Spots: Best ways to redeem World of Hyatt points

If you do not have Hyatt points, you’ll be happy to know that purchasing the points is cheaper than paying the usual cash rate, regardless of membership status!

Aim for “off-peak” nights to stay in this property for just 3,500 points. The easiest way to find those off-peak nights is by looking at the points calendar of Hyatt House Kuala Lumpur, Mont Kiara.

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The hotel is located in the upscale neighbourhood of Mont Kiara, just West of the city centre. There are 3 medium-sized malls located within walking distance from the property.

  • 2 mins walk to 163 Retail Park
  • 20 mins drive to Petronas Twin Towers
  • 50 mins drive to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL)


Upon arrival, we had our temperatures taken and were assisted with our luggages before being directed to the reception.

I had booked the base room and was pre-upgraded to the One Bedroom Suite, as a Globalist member benefit, a day before arrival! This is fantastic Elite Member Recognition as the properties with the Hyatt House brand do not have to upgrade Globalist members!

Entrance to the property
Back entrance
Lounging area by the corridor

One Bedroom Suite

Room 3018 is 50sqm / 538sqft in size.

The suite is very well-equipped to make any guest feel at home. This was my first time staying in a Hyatt House. I found the furnishing (especially the bathroom) very Airbnb-like and a little boring.

I also wished that the building was designed to allow larger windows. The bedroom would have looked a lot better without the large wall/pillar blocking natural light.

I generally prefer open, studio-like suites/rooms over ones with separate bedrooms. I hope to return for a stay in one of the Studio suites in future.

On the plus side, I loved having a huge water dispenser in the room.

Check out the video tour of this room on our Instagram page.

View from the entrance
Entrance to the bedroom
Reversed angle of the living room
Kitchenware appliances and storage drawers
Beverage area
Drinking water
Reversed angle of the bedroom
Universal power port near the bed
Work desk
View from the room
Bath products
Floor plan of level 30


Breakfast is complimentary for ALL staying guests and was served through an à la carte menu at Gallery Kitchen on the ground floor.

Breakfast was really basic and quality was below average. Considering what you’d get in other amazing hotels in Malaysia at a similar price point, I’d call it borderline poor.

Service was very cold, unfriendly and canteen-like. I placed the order at the entrance and proceeded to have a seat. I was then told to wait at the collection point.

I did not enjoy eating the soggy croissant that was served together with my scrambled eggs.

Entrance to the restaurant
Breakfast menu
Breakfast self-pickup area
Gallery Kitchen
Western and Continental sets

Other facilities

The hotel has a beautiful rooftop pool, games room, gym and laundry room that requires pre-booking.

Rooftop swimming pool
Games room
Laundry room
Business centre
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My ratings

This is how I am rating my stay, after considering what I paid:

Room furnishing9/10
(from the room)
Peace & quiet9/10
Elite member recognition10/10

Bottom line

For what I paid in points, it was a good stay.

However, considering the fact that there are plenty of amazing hotels in Kuala Lumpur and that Alila Bangsar costs exactly the same amount of Hyatt points, I can’t see why anyone would prefer this property, unless if you really would like to cook your own food, do your laundry or just need to stay in Mont Kiara.

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