Where to stay at Resorts World Genting

If you’re looking to stay up in the clouds for a several nights of relaxation and tranquility, there is surely a hotel to suit your choices with from 5-star luxury to the World’s Largest Hotel!




If you choose Crockfords, you’re choosing the height luxury for an unforgettable travel experience at this five-star hotel. Upon arriving at the hotel lobby, a floral quadriptych masterpiece by Rebecca Louise Law, world-renowned artist will greet you.  Inside the rooms and suites, further splendor awaits. There are three themed suites: Technogym, a high-end Italian gym system is installed in the suites; Tatami comes with massage chair, in which a Zen tea ceremony area has been designed into the suite; and Mahjong, also comes with massage chair, which sees the inclusion of a state-of-the-art automatic mahjong table included in the suite’s design.

The breakfast is also a must try with a scrumptious buffet spread and a-la-carte choices at the Executive Lounge such as the Nasi Lemak with Lobster Rendang and Truffle & Scrambled Eggs on Brioche.


Rebecca Louise Law with her artwork The Four Seasons


Genting Grand

The five-star Genting Grand Hotel is certainly the most iconic building at the resort with its crowned Genting trademark logo. Having received a coveted accolade this year from the Forbes Travel Guide Star Ratings 2018, Genting Grand has made its mark not only amongst hotels in Malaysia, but worldwide.  Genting Grand prides itself on the excellent level of service they display with careful attention to details.

The hotel’s facilities include its own award-wining M Spa and gym. Genting Club just nearby is an opulent party spot, L’TITUDE is a great spot to dine with a carefully crafted menu and The Olive offers fine dining with their house speciality of Miyazaki Wagyu beef. Other dining options are Coffee Terrace and Seasons.


The Horse artwork in the lobby by Fernando Botero


The Grand Premier Suite


Entrance to the M Spa



Maxims is an exclusive five-star address with the highlight of the suites being the VIP suites with a ‘Garden-in-the-Sky concept’ with lush vertical gardens. The butler service is also a highlight of the hotel, having received a ‘Recommended’ accreditation from the Forbes Travel Guide Star Ratings 2018.

The e18hteen restaurant boasts an open-kitchen Cantonese menu with exquisite dishes and an indoor heated swimming pool. The hotel also houses several notable restaurants such as the highly-acclaimed Imperial Rama, Ming-ren and Kobe Gyu Takumi restaurant which specializes in premium meat. Other restaurants are Good Friends and Good Friends Express.


The Penthouse Suite


The pool at e18hteen


Resort Hotel


Resort Hotel offers modern accommodation with friendly staff. The rooms are decorated in warm and wood tones with a breathtaking view of the 130-million year old rainforest. In the room, guests can enjoy the rainforest shower in the washroom for some much needed relaxation. For guests who are driving up,  parking is available. There is also a The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf outlet at the lobby floor whilst steamboat can be enjoyed at Resorts Seafood on Level 1.


  Deluxe Room

Theme Park Hotel

The first hotel in Resorts World Genting has enjoyed a fresh & funky makeover. Step into the lobby and you’ll feel as if you’ve gone down the rabbit hole and into Alice in Wonderland’s world. Check-in at a hot air balloon shaped desk and sit in a forest that makes you feel as if you’re in a fairyland. If you’re feeling peckish, stop by Eatopia for a quick snack.

The rooms are also equally magical with playful décor and fit up to six people in the Sixers. Many items in the room are ‘hand drawn’ such as the painting on the wall and the chalkboard-like black blinds. Another cute touch to the hotel is the vending machines, located on each floor for a quick drink or snack. 


The Quads room


The Sixers Room


First World Hotel

The First World Hotel is definitely an iconic symbol of Resorts World Genting. It is usually the first hotel that comes to mind when people talk about the resort with the three colourful towers. The rooms are a great option for travelers on a budget with affordable rooms that are even available to rent for just three hours. The hotel boasts 7351 rooms and is listed in the Guinness World Book of Records.

You don’t have to go through the hassle of lining up to check-in as speedy check-ins are available via the kiosks spread throughout the lobby. The hotel is also only an escalator ride away from the SkyAvenue lifestyle mall and the Genting International Convention Centre.


The colourful towers of First World Hotel


The World Club Suite


Awana Hotel

Awana Hotel is a hotel that’s very different from the rest as its away from all the lively activity up at the resort. Perfect for those looking to relax, the Awana Hotel has magnificent greens with an 18-hole golf course and amenities such as a spa, sauna room and a heated swimming pool. There is also a business centre available. If you want to go deeper into nature, sign up for a trekking experience at the hotel which will take you into the 130-million year old rainforest.


Greenery at the 18-hole golf course


Superior Deluxe Room

For more information, call +603 2718 1118 or visit www.rwgenting.com

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