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Wednesday, May 04, 2016

First World Hotel's XYZ Room Review

I have once again visited Genting Highlands and it has transformed a lot since I last visited it a year ago! Being the largest hotel in the world, phase one of the hotel's extension is now opened with 412 rooms with a balance of 874 room, totaling a number of 1286 rooms. Aiming to total the number of rooms at 7351, hotel visitors with courteous and professional staffs at First World Hotel.

We walked along the spanking new lobby with many art pieces that decorated the walls, and a brand new cafe!


It is good to know that I can come downstairs and get my food without walking all the way to the indoor themepark. There's a small shop that sells light bites but I would rather have my food here instead.



Eagerly walking towards our room as we were rather tired from the bus journey, spent too much time chatting on the bus rather than sleeping!

Gone were the days where the rooms are dimly lighted, the latest rooms are splashed with colours and comfortably lighted to a warm setting.

The simplicity of the room with lively, vibrant colours is designed to be chic and funtional. It's a standard hotel experience to centre on a good bed for a good night's rest.

Frosted glass walls divides the toilet into three sections - toilet, shower and sink. It's a modest amount of space but clean and functional. The rest of the room includes a flat-screen television with in-house and local entertainment, telephone, mini fridge and a small safe. Sachets of tea and coffee provided so that you can start your day with a fresh brew!

That evening, we had a delicious treat from RWG's in-house ice cream brand, ItaliGelato, that is located at the lobby of First World Hotel.

There's a variety of popsicle and ice cream flavours to choose from. They were all so bright and colourful, I wish I had the stomach to have a bite of every flavour!



My favourite ice cream flavours are hazelnut and mango sorbet, hehehe

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