Marriott Bonvoy’s Tribute Portfolio unveils the refurbished Palm Garden Hotel in Putrajaya, Malaysia, offering a unique blend of local charm and modern amenities.
The hotel, nestled in Malaysia’s administrative heart, welcomes both business and leisure travelers seeking authentic experiences and community connections.
Ramesh Jackson, Marriott International’s Area Vice President for Indonesia and Malaysia, celebrates the reopening, highlighting the hotel’s diverse experiences within the Marriott collection.
The hotel’s design honors Malaysian heritage with open-air spaces and decor reflecting plantation life and culture, while its 152 rooms, with names like Tamera Room and Royal Suite Duplex, blend traditional Malaysian motifs with contemporary comforts and panoramic views.
Top-tier indulgence is found in the Royal Suite Duplex, offering luxurious accommodations across two floors, including a jacuzzi with scenic views.
Dining options have been expanded with Palms Café’s international offerings and Madam Lee Nyonya Private Dining, featuring exquisite Nyonya cuisine in a separate venue with a poolside bar.
Kumar Renoo, the hotel’s Cluster General Manager, emphasizes the property’s ideal location near Putrajaya’s government hub and leisure destinations like IOI City Mall.
The hotel’s recreation facilities, including a Sicilian-inspired pool area and a state-of-the-art fitness center, provide relaxation and fitness options, while expansive grounds cater to team-building and family events.
Palm Garden Hotel caters to events with its Rafflesia Ballroom and various meeting spaces, suitable for weddings and corporate gatherings.
Additionally, as part of Marriott Bonvoy, guests can earn and redeem points and enjoy personalized, contactless service through the Marriott Bonvoy app.