- 2D1N stay for 2 for RM168 (up to RM630 value)
- 3D2N stay for 2 for RM320 (up to RM1,260 value)
Hotel at a glance
Located near the interchange of KESAS Highway and Persiaran Kewajipan with access to the NKVE, ELITE, LDP highways, and the North-South Expressway, the four-star business-class Summit Hotel Subang USJ’s building provides guests with a bastion of rest and relaxation amidst the bustle of cars and Subang Jaya city life. The hotel plays home to 332 rooms and suites, offering amenities such as air conditioning, 32” LCD television, mini bar, internet connectivity, and more. Meanwhile, hotel guests can work off extra calories at the gym as they watch their not-so-active companions splash around in the hotel’s pool. The hotel is located adjacent to the Summit USJ shopping mall and Da:Men mall with Giant and Mydin hypermarkets located just behind it, as well as a short drive away from nearby malls including Subang Parade, Sunway Pyramid, Empire Shopping Gallery, Main Place, and One City. Guests can also easily access water-bound thrills at the Sunway Lagoon located nearby. Access to flights are available via a 20-minute drive to Subang Skypark Terminal or a 40-minute drive to KLIA and KLIA2. Meanwhile the newly-opened USJ7 station of the Kelana Jaya LRT line extension is just 500m away from the hotel.
- 32 sqm room
- Bedding: 1 king size bed or 2 single beds
- Max occupancy: 2 adults and 1 child below 12 years old
- Shopping mall - adjacent
- Spa - adjacent
- Audio/visual equipment rental
- Business centre
- Mailing service
- Meeting rooms
- Baby cot
- Baggage storage
- Car rental
- Laundry service
- Local area transportation
- Fitness room
- Kid’s pool
Add-ons (payable to hotel)
- Extra bed for adult aged 13 and above: RM50 per person per night
- Extra bed for child aged 4 - 12: RM50 per person per night.
- Stay without extra bed for child aged 4 - 12: Free.
- Breakfast: RM20 per person
Subang Jaya: What to see and do
Part of the border which surrounds the city proper, the suburb of Subang Jaya nuzzles next to the inner enclave that is Kuala Lumpur alongside the handful of similar satellite towns of Petaling Jaya, Shah Alam, Klang, Ampang, Kajang, and Klang. Establishing the metropolis that is the Klang Valley, the conglomerate of residential, commercial, and industrial addresses are often referred to as ‘seksyen’ by the locals.
Carved out of a plantation formerly called the Seafield Estate, the Sime Darby darling flourished under its property development programme which received acclaim via the real estate prize of the FIABCI International Prix d’Excellence Award in 1995. Commanding an area of 70sqkm and ranked fifth on the most-populous cities in the country, the local’s ‘Subang’ is a self-contained township which earned its badge when it emerged out of Petaling Jaya’s shadow as a hub of leisure and education to the south of the city.
Accommodating the burgeoning populace of the Northern SS12-SS19, Southern USJ and USJ1-USJ15, and Bandar Sunway, the district’s plethora of shopping malls include the record-listing Sunway Pyramid, which joins Malaysia’s top ten largest malls in the world. Housing a world-class skating rink, a direct link to famed Sunway Lagoon water and theme park, and Sphinx mascot which overlooks the mass of approaching patrons, the Egyptian-themed host tops the choice of Malaysian shoppers via a recent poll by the Malaysia Tourism Promotion Board.
Staying true to the Truly Malaysian flavour, Subang Jaya is also a melting cooking pot of culinary adventure, with Asia Café as a base for quick hawker fare, before one launches into a patty party, Japanese bento, or Middle Eastern feast at SS15. Gratifying the coffee-lover in you, the neighbouring USJ Taipan beckons for a nightcap at one of the cafes which offer selections that range from premium brews to good old kopitiam concoction.