Chinese New Year Business Dinner Packages 2016

Business Dinner packages starting from RM1,618/ RM1,868/ RM1,968 per table of 10 persons. Bookings start from now till February 17, 2016 for events held during January 11 –February 22, 2016.

Dinner with 100 persons and above
• Free flow of soft drink throughout dining
• 1 x 2D/ 1N stay inclusive of breakfast for 2 persons at DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur

Dinner with 300 persons and above
• Complimentary 2 barrels of beer per dining event
• 1 x 2D/ 1N stay inclusive of breakfast for 2 persons at DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur

All prices are inclusive of 10% service charge and 6% GST.

For more information, call 603 21727272 or email us at

DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur Participating in SEA F&B Masters 2015

Chef Abdul Halim Bin Jahari takes home the coveted Culinary Cup in the F&B Masters Regional Competition (Malaysia and Vietnam)

DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur is participating in the SEA F&B Masters 2015 organized by Hilton Worldwide with the competition held across five disciplines: Bar, Culinary, Barista, Sommelier and Pastry. In the recently held Malaysia and Vietnam Regional Competition, Chef Abdul Halim Bin Jahari, Junior Sous Chef at DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur emerged as the Culinary Cup winner.

The competition held in Hilton Kuala Lumpur, was participated by team members from other Hilton and DoubleTree by Hilton properties across Malaysia. The candidates were required to create and prepare two courses of which the core ingredients were prawns for starter and lamb for the main course. They were then judged on a list of stringent criteria that includes recipe composition, preparation and cooking techniques, culinary skills, hygiene and safe working practices, innovation and creativity, time management, culinary composition and dish presentation amongst others. After a grueling competition, Chef Abdul Halim wowed the presiding judges with his creation, crusted lamb loin served with horseradish mashed potatoes, sautéed market vegetables and lamb jus.

DTKL FlavoursbyDTKL Contents Banners Nov20152Chef Abdul Halim was more than elated as he was being announced winner and in the next stage of the SEA F&B Masters 2015 competition, Chef Halim will be representing the hotel to the regional Asia Pacific final.

“The SEA F&B Masters in Malaysia is all about finding, rewarding and developing the many talented people we have working at DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur,” says newly appointed general manager, Mr. Jean-Sebastien Kling. The SEA F&B Masters is an internal competition that discovers and celebrates the extraordinary F&B talent within Hilton Worldwide properties across Asia Pacific. It is about people development and gives team members an opportunity to develop their skills and creativity in a variety of food and beverage disciplines that they are passionate about. Hilton Worldwide’s commitment to career development for team members does not end after the competition. Hotel team members at every level are given access to a world of opportunities to develop personally and professionally through on-the-job training, virtual courses, management development programs, and learning seminars.

DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur Celebrates Global Month of Service

In celebration of Hilton Worldwide’s annual Global Month of Service, throughout October, volunteers from DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur will join forces with the Kuala Lumpur City Hall to fight dengue by spreading awareness of dengue prevention among children, youth and corporate communities. Community service is a tradition embedded in the company for nearly 100 years, and throughout the year Team Members dedicate their time, passion and unique brand of hospitality to create positive change in their local communities. DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur’s effort is a part of Hilton’s month-long celebration of the company’s year-round commitment to serving and enriching the communities where we live, work and travel.

“The number of dengue cases is rising in Malaysia and it remains as one of the nation’s top killer with a 36% increase in cases reported compared to the previous year. Through this collaboration with Kuala Lumpur City Hall, we hope to raise stronger impact and awareness to the communities to curb the spread of dengue before the epidemic worsens,” said Mr. Jean-Sebastien Kling, general manager at DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur. “We are grateful to have gained the full support from various local authorities, ministries and schools through the course of this campaign”, adds Mr. Kling.

On October 15, 2015, DoubleTree by Hilton Kuala Lumpur officially launched the Global Month of Service with an event that took place in Sekolah Kebangsaan Sentul (1) with more than 150 volunteers present from the hotel, Kuala Lumpur City Hall and secondary school children from Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Seri Ampang. During the event, a talk and video presentation was presented by the local authorities followed by a mass clean up of the school’s compound. The highlight of the event was the planting of over 60 mosquito repellent trees within the school vicinity. This is aimed at ensuring that school children are protected in the long run and reducing the risk of the mosquitoes breeding within the vicinity.

The hotel will continue the month long campaign with a second phase which will be conducted on October 29, 2015 whereby volunteers from hotel and the Kuala Lumpur City will co-organize an exhibition with the aim to spread awareness to corporate representatives from offices in The Intermark building. Mosquito repellant plants will be planted surrounding the premises of the building to ensure prolonged impact in fighting dengue cases.

Global Month of Service is Hilton Worldwide’s largest annual community service initiative and mobilizes hundreds of thousands of Team Members from every region to engage in numerous volunteer events and activities happening around the world. Volunteers offer their time to support a wide range of projects including conserving natural resources, mentoring and training young people, creating amenity care packages for communities in need, collecting surplus food and distributing to underserved communities and aiding local communities devastated by disaster.

Since its inaugural service celebration in 2012, Hilton volunteers have provided support to more than 6,700 projects worldwide contributing more than 300,000 hours of community service. Last year in just one week, Hilton hosted more than 3,500 projects in 86 countries, volunteering more than 150,000 hours. The company aims to complete 3,750 projects across its global footprint.

Team Members are encouraged to share their personal stories of hospitality and community service. Throughout the month, photos, videos and stories will be posted at, on the Hilton Worldwide Facebook page and on the @HiltonWorldwide Twitter account.