Located in the heart of Putrajaya, the 5-star Stellar Putrajaya Hotel is the newest Putrajaya Hotel.
Awarded as the only 5-star Apartment Hotel in Malaysia, the hotel offers spacious apartment suites measuring from 686 sqft to 949 sqft. The suite rooms are equipped with kitchenette, separate living & dining area and washers & dryer (or a yard) while the 750sqft Studio and Executive Suites boast smartly laid-out spaces which are perfect for leisure or business.
The hotel boasts a series of modern and sleek looking meeting rooms located at the highest floor of the hotel. Being the highest meeting facilities available in the administrative capital of Malaysia, guests can enjoy astounding views of this planned city and Kuala Lumpur. All meeting rooms get natural lights ensuring a comfortable Meeting In The Sky experience.
Its 52-meter long infinity saltwater pool and children splash pool are most popular among the guests, Other facilities including a gymnasium, steam & sauna room, children playground, jogging track and a self-service launderette. Guests staying in the Executive Floors enjoy access to the Thirty6 Lounge on complimentary. With panoramic views of the beautiful city, this luxurious lounge is a cosy indulgence not to be missed.
In the efforts to champion responsible hospitality, Stellar Putrajaya Hotel cares about social welfare topics and environment conservation.
As a support to our Malaysian talents, Stellar Putrajaya Hotel commissioned a few savant artists by featuring their works at the hotel. When you stay with us, do take some time out to appreciate art pieces from Wan Jamila (or better known as artjamila®) and Hanzhen Yap in our rooms and suites, and paintings from Kirtanraw Subramanian at the Thirty6 Lounge.
As a homegrown hotel brand, we pledge 'Malaysians For Malaysians'. While we received supports from our fellow Malaysians, we repay back by prioritizing opportunities for the locals. After all, Malaysians are known for our hospitality.
For environment conservation, Stellar Putrajaya Hotel powered our hot water system using solar power as an effort to reduce the use of fossil fuels. This is with the intention to shrink our carbon footprint.