We stayed 3 nights in the Classic Malay House in KL City Center. The place is hard to find, because it is in a mixed residential and business district and there is no sign that says you have found the place. You have to go through a gate and a garage to get to the house.
The owners, Sherri and Amin (I hope I spelled the names correctly) are very friendly and accommodating. We were in a two bedroom apartment. One bedroom had a double bed, and the other just a [wide?] single bed, which was hard to get to. We only used it for storing our luggage.
This is a Muslim family, so you take off your shoes before entering the apartment. They also do not have any alcohol in the apartment, but they don't object to you buying some and bringing it in. Amin actually drove me to a 7-Eleven one night, so i could buy some beer. They do have sodas, which you pay for, but 2 big bottles of water are included, as are coffee and tea.
The back of the house has a small stream and fish pond. Very relaxing.
There was A/C, (and separate A/C in the bedroom), no TV, a microwave, toaster, and coffee pot. There was a fridge with a freezer compartment. There were plates, bowls, glasses, and silverware.
There was WiFi, a radio, ironing board and iron, and a fan.
The apartment, especially the bathroom was very interesting, as there were trees growing through it.
You get a key to the outside gate, along with your room key. It is a rather long walk to get to the apartment, going up and down several small sets of stairs on the way. Not easy to get luggage with wheels in there. You pass the entrance to the main house on the way in, so it is easy to contact Sherri. There was maid service every day.
There are small restaurants in the neighborhood, and a subway station is just a short walk away.
Sherri was most helpful with information to fulfill our needs. And you could pay with a credit card.
We would stay here again.