This is the newest Hilton property in Malaysia, only opening last August. I stayed here in October with family for a 4 day break and thoroughly enjoyed it. Introductory rates meant I stayed in a Deluxe Suite for 380RM per night which is pretty reasonable. Unfortunately, I couldn't get a room upgrade with my HH Gold status as the hotel was quite busy. The hotel is located on Jalan Tun Razak, near Jalan Ampang, just a couple of minutes walk from Ampang Park RapidKL Station. If you're happy to walk 10 minutes, then you can also get to KLCC and the Petronas Towers. However, the hotel surroundings are not really the place for a stroll, being near the intersection of two busy roads. The lobby is one floor up from the ground floor, which should be a mini shopping mall some time soon (it was still being fixed up when we visited). The lobby itself is bright and airy, with a modern feel. There is a lounge and bar on the lobby floor. The rooms are really nicely done, with modern decor, bright bathroom and large windows. The views on our side of the hotel weren't really anything to write home about, with a building site, and train station. If you're the very sensitive type, you might want to ask to be located on the side opposite to the trains station, as they do make a fair bit of noise grinding on those tracks, though it didn't trouble us. Makan Kitchen, the main restaurant is fabulous. Our room rate included breakfast, though I'm sure it's also included for HH Gold and above. A huge buffet selection of Malay, Chinese, Indian and Western cuisine options, along with fresh fruit. Don't miss the Chinese section which is a bit hidden away and has lovely decor. And as with all good hotels, get there early to avoid the queues (though this might have been because of the special breakfast inclusive rates). There is also an Italian pizza place that we didn't try. Overall, the Doubletree is on par with the Hilton Kuala Lumpur, if perhaps not as grandiose in the foyer and having less sparkling surroundings. At the same time, the location in terms of getting to KLCC and other central attractions is a fair bit better. Edit: Forgot to add: The Executive Lounge was good too, as per other Asian properties, with a good selection of snacks, and hors d'oeuvr served in the evening. The views are quite good. When I was there, they hadn't decided on their policy regarding kids, and so did allow families. However, I don't know if this will change.