2018 marked our 10th Anniversary. A decade old of friendship.
We started off as virtual friends through a wedding forum called Malaysia Brides. Back then we were all doing preparations for our wedding. 10 years later we are now busy with our own children. 😀
Although we do not meet each other that often now, but we still keep in touch via social media. Thus our life is not as carefree as before, but celebrating our 10 years Anniversary is in our MUST DO list.
Choosing KL as the destination would be more convenient and easily achieved.
We looked forward for the day to come. Because its gonna be a kid-free day for 3 of us. Thanks to Ashley who did all the reservation!
The agenda was Hotel Stay, Hi-Tea, Shopping, Makan and tidur. 😀
Our one night staycation at Dorsett Kuala Lumpur. It is located at the heart of KL Golden Triangle. Nearest shopping mall is Pavilion KL which is about 5-10 minutes walk.
The Deluxe Premier room size: 38m2 /409 sq. ft. is spacious.
However the en-suite bathroom walk-in rain shower is kinda small.
Nice packaging of a complete set of bath toiletries.
After getting a quick rest in our room, we proceeded to our planned hi-tea. Using the e-hailing service, we went for hi-tea at The Majestic Hotel KL. There are several rooms allowing you to have hi-tea with different kind of atmosphere. We chose the ‘Drawing Room’. The interior of Drawing Room has a taste of English +Colonial ambiance.
While waiting for the Waiter to bring our tea set, and the room was still vacant, why not take some nice photos here.
The Hi-Tea set priced at RM85 per pax includes one English Tea.
Tray No. 1
Tray No. 2. The 3 tier tray was filled with desserts, pastries, sandwiches and scones.
Whilst hot savory items were served in a separate metal box.
Scones served with cream and jam. Their scones texture is different from scones I’ve tried before. Its not crumbly type. But more towards doughy type.
Thanks to the Hotel staff for taking this nice photo of us. Felt like a rich tai tai enjoying hi-tea session. I like the ambiance. I like the service. But I felt the food were just average.
That night, the gals decided to surprise me with a birthday gift. Their plan was to leave it on the white bedspread bed so that I would notice it after I came out from bathroom. But being a short sighted person without spectacle, all images are blur. I continue chit chatting with them as though nothing was around me. To cut a long story short, all of us burst out laughing and more laughter at the end. LOL!
Thank you for pampering me on my birthday!! ♥
We woke up early the next morning and went for the hotel’s breakfast. Guess which plate belongs to me? hehe…Of course the bigger amount one lor. The breakfast selections was alright. I felt the Nasi Lemak was quite nice.
Before time for check-out, kill time with more wefie . 😀
In the early days, we named ourselves as Powerpuff Girls. That was during the time when we don’t have kids yet. Then later we changed to “Danger! Poison Inside!” mainly because we like to poison each other with online shopping, offers & etc. We shop anything from tupperware, pots, food, clothing. Hence we often ended up with small and big bags of loots purchased on behalf 😀
Dear Ashley & Wanyi,
I treasure our friendship.
Although I do not rant much nor talk about my problems, but when I need to speak out, you girls will be my first listener.
I miss our carefree life. But we can’t turn back time. We laughed alot when we spend time during holidays.
Besides that, you all are my translator when I need to read Chinese characters. 😀
Hope our friendship will remain till we grow old with white hair.
5 thoughts on “Staycation at Dorsett KL Hotel & Hi-Tea at Majestic Hotel KL”
Thanks for sharing with us. Happy 10th anniversaries to you all. Beautiful write up.
Jenny!!! Thank you for reading. I’m so happy that you are still reading.
Thanks again 🙂
I have similar group of friends where we started interacting in a food section in a Chinese forum, and this year 2019 is our 11th year.
Choi Yen – I wonder how did the time pass so fast. 10 yrs & 11 yrs sounded like a very long time.
Hotel looks good…and the high tea too – price expected, it’s THE Majestic no less.