ibis PJCC Petaling Jaya has 161 rooms, with each room offering free Wi-Fi, complimentary minibar, and more, catering to both leisure and business travellers.
Accor Premium, Midscale and Economy Division Asia CEO Garth Simmons said: “We look forward to ibis PJCC Petaling Jaya becoming a significant addition to our economy brand portfolio in Malaysia, resonating with tourists and locals alike with its modern design, lively communal spaces, attractive accommodation and diverse dining options.”
ibis PJCC Petaling Jaya general manager Suresh Nair said: “We are thrilled to open our doors to a vibrant location that holds immense potential. With its strategic positioning and surroundings, we look forward to becoming a pivotal part of this dynamic community.
“Our aim is to extend a warm welcome to all visitors, ensuring they have a meaningful and rewarding experience during their visit.”
The hotel hosts both private and corporate events in its four meeting rooms, which can accommodate up to 70 guests.
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Guests can dine at the ibis kitchen restaurant, which serves both local and international dishes.
The hotel’s lobby features a Lobby Bar Café while the ibis MUSIC programme offers guests tailored playlists alongside performances by musicians.
Amenities at the property include a swimming pool, a gym and a children’s playroom.
The hotel’s location provides guests access to locations such as Sunway Pyramid, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, and Old Klang Road.
Aligned with Accor’s aim to reduce carbon footprint, ibis PJCC Petaling Jaya maintains a no-single-use plastic policy across its premises.
Additionally, the property is part of Accor’s lifestyle loyalty programme called ALL – Accor Live Limitless.
Currently, Accor has more than 5,500 properties spanning over 110 countries, and ibis has more than 1,260 hotels across more than 65 countries.
Last week, the hospitality company announced plans to further strengthen its presence in Japan with the opening of a Mercure-branded property.