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The Federal Kuala Lumpur has renovated its Merdeka Wing Rooms, Ballrooms, Kontiki Restaurant and the brand new lobby lounge, The Verandah. The Federal recently unveiled stylish new looks and introduced new facilities showcasing our FHI Group’s philosophy of creating

Former Deputy Minister of Federal Territories, YB Datuk Dr Loga Bala Mohan (5th from right) graced the launch of The Merdeka Wing and The Verandah on 24 November 2015 at The Verandah- another unique new revolution unveiled by The Federal

The late YABhg Datin Paduka Endon Mahmood graced the occasion of the Merdeka Fund Raising Charity Gala Dinner to commemorate the Federal Hotel’s 46th Anniversary Celebrations on 28 August 2003. Favourite Dishes from Tunku’s Kitchen Cookbook was launched by

3-Phase expansion and renovation programme to provide and further upgrade it to an international deluxe standard be completed over 5 years. First phase – intensive renovation of the original 10-storey building which was completed in 1990, and the entire

28 August 1985, Tan Sri Dato’ Low Yow Chuan launched the Hotel Management Company, Federal Hotels International (FHI) (to replace Federal Hotels Management Services established on 16 August 1961) together with its FHI Corporate Logo. The late Y.T.M. Tunku

The Big Fight in 1973 – Former World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Mohammad Ali and Joe Bugner were guests of the Federal Hotel

Federal Hotel Extension behind the original 10-storey designed by Japanese architect, Yozoshipada was completed in 1963 with a revolutionary Revolving Bintang Restaurant located on the 18th Another 300 rooms were made available making a total of 450 rooms. The

“In 1959, Prime Minister of Australia, Sir Robert Menzies visited The Federal Hotel during his visit to Kuala Lumpur together with his delegation’ recalled Frank Murray, the former Australia High Commission in Kuala Lumpur.

The Federal Hotel was the brainchild and vision of the late Tan Sri Low Yat, who had the foresight to build for our nation, a new multimillion-dollar international class hotel at that time, to specifically provide accommodation for all