DEEP BLUE is a rooftop tapas restaurant and bar. Located next to our Level 51 infinity pool, the restaurant offers a breathtaking view of Kuala Lumpur unparalleled skyline. You can enjoy a stunning glimpse of the KL Tower, The Exchange 106, and Merdeka Tower 118 while indulging in delectable tapas and refreshing drinks. From stylish décor to carefully curated cocktails, DEEP BLUE is the perfect destination for your evening soiree.
Step into Café iL Viso, inspired by classic setting of elegance and comfort, our lobby lounge café offers a wide range of teas, coffees, juices and freshly baked pastries, or a more substantial sandwiches. Either enjoying a leisurely afternoon tea or takeaway, Café iL Viso is the perfect haven to unwind after a bustling day of business or sightseeing.
STYLE Restaurant, an all-day dining offering scrumptious buffet and a la carte menu throughout the day. With a focus on contemporary cuisine, STYLE Restaurant offers a diverse menu that blends local and international flavors with modern cooking techniques. Guests can enjoy a variety of dishes, including breakfast classics, light bites, hearty mains, and decadent desserts. Operating throughout the day, STYLE restaurant offers a convenient and chic dining experience.
Welcome to TANGERINE, our art-inspired luxurious private event venue specifically tailored towards the sophisticated needs of private gathering or corporate event. Deftly combining luxurious amenities and delectable dining options, TANGERINE and DEEP BLUE provides the perfect backdrop for all kinds of corporate seminars, product launches, gala dinners and other special events. Our team of dedicated chefs and event consultants are on hand to ensure every aspect of your meeting or event is a flawless success.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is famous for its iconic twin towers, the tallest twin skyscrapers in the world, connected by a magnificent sky bridge. But that's not all that makes this city a must-visit destination. The 400-year-old Batu Caves are a marvel of natural beauty and religious significance, while the late-nineteenth century Sultan Abdul Samad Building is a stunning architectural landmark that once housed the offices of the British colonial administration. Originally known as Government Offices, it was renamed in 1974 after Sultan Abdul Samad, the reigning sultan of Selangor when construction began. Located along Jalan Raja in front of the Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square) and the Royal Selangor Club, it’s a sight to behold and a must- visit for anyone interested in the rich history and culture of Kuala Lumpur.