So, Team E.T.A was invited for a media trip in Genting and our accommodation was the First World Hotel.
We arrived pretty late, and the weather was cold and foggy in First World Hotel. First World Hotel is one of the world’s largest hotels and is adjoined to the First World Plaza which boasts 500,000 sq feet of indoor theme park, shopping centre and food galore. A lush, grand tropical rainforest greets guests at the main entrance of the First World Hotel, followed by a spacious Spanish courtyard lobby.
The clock indicates local time for major cities in the world. Awesome thing. 🙂
Lift lobby that will transport us to another world…I mean…lead us back to our room.
This is where we stay for the night. Hung the ‘Do Not Disturb’ sign for some privacy.
TV was provided for guests’ viewing pleasure, but we decided that there are better things to do than just watch the idiot box.
Toilet was squeaky clean. Thumbs up for cleanliness to First World Hotel.
Shower booth was small, but great for intimacies if you know hows. 😀
Vanity mirror strategically located outside of the shower booth and toilet.
Toiletries was provided for guests, so no worries if you decided an impromptu trip or wants to travel light.
The first thing we did upon arrival to the room was look for power points to charge our gadgets, and I’m happy to report that ample power sockets was available for usage. Definitely a gadget friendly room.
Writing table and vanity mirror.
Our Queen sized bed. Great for not only sleep, but various intimate activities. 😛
Overall, the room in First World Hotel is comfortable and clean. As far as I’m concerned, it’s decently priced too. So if you’re making a trip to Genting, First World Hotel can be places in your accommodation consideration list. All rooms are comfortably furnished with modern amenities.
Check out the video on First World Hotel Here.One notable service in First World Hotel is self service check in and check out. Pretty convenient, if you ask me. For room bookings and reservation, click HERE
Neway, we did not slack much in the room as the Stars on Strings was starting in half an hour, and we wouldn’t want to miss the interesting show, so after refreshing ourselves, we went to the lobby to meet the rest.
Originally published on our team member’s blog,cleffairy.com