Surrounded by the historic Kampong Glam and Little India districts, the iconic Marina Bay area and the Bras Basah Bugis arts hub, Andaz Singapore aims to be an extension of its surrounding neighbourhoods, celebrating local people, culture and community traditions. By infusing the hotel’s environs into its guest experience, they want guests to arrive visitors but depart feeling like locals. When you are not exploring the area, you can enjoy the hotel, work out in the 24-hour fitness centre; have a drink in the rooftop bar or experience street dining in the sky.
Designed by esteemed interior architect Andre Fu of The Upper House fame, all 342 of Andaz Singapore hotel guestrooms are inspired by the locale, with each of the organic, fluid spaces featuring warm russet and mustard tones frequently found in Indian and Malay handicrafts, as well as wood-style tiling to create a natural, earthy feel. Floor-to-ceiling windows flood spaces with natural light and frame stunning views of Singapore’s skyline, Bras Basah Bugis and Kampong Glam. Luxurious features include spacious daybeds, plush carpeting and rainshowers.
A taste of authentic French cuisine and refined Local Chinese delights await diners at Racines.
Located at the new Sofitel Singapore City Centre and helmed by the award-winning Executive Chef Jean-Charles Dubois, connoisseurs of gourmet experiences will enjoy a menu of traditional French classics and timeless Chinese dishes all prepared by two distinct culinary brigade at four live cooking stations. French for roots, Racines uses seasonal local produce and organically grown ingredients. Herbs harvested from the hotel’s own herb garden are used at both the restaurant and bar.
The restaurant’s menu offers a plethora of epicurean delights that are crafted and catered to various dietary needs including health-conscious Delight dishes. Embark with Racines on a culinary journey of flavours spanning the breadth and depth of Singapore and France, for an unforgettable epicurean experience.
One of Racines' star signatures; French Classic Cuisses De Grenouille and Refined Local Chinese Stir-Fried Frog Legs in Spicy Szechuan Salt. Experience two iconic cuisines without compromising on authenticity and premium quality.
Grains & Hops at the brand new YOTEL Singapore is everyone's fuss-free answer to a satisfying dining experience. Allow your taste buds to take you to different parts of Asia as you choose from one-dish rice bowls inspired by this region's gastronomy culture. Grains & Hops is home to delectable skewered meats and seafood, and YOTEL Singapore's very own brew of craft beer.
Grains & Hops offers nine varieties of its signature rice bowls featuring grilled Angus beef, roasted Kurobuta pork collar, miso salmon and other seafood and vegetarian options. Pair the skewers with the various grains options like purple sticky rice, basmati rice, multigrain rice and garlic quinoa. To tantalise your taste buds, pick from dips including spicy honey garlic, sesame chutney, sambal mayo, marmite, lemon butter, honey mustard and garlic parmesan.
Take a sip of YOTEL Singapore's very own Grains & Hops Brew that is freshly brewed and infused with a slight tinge of local jasmine green tea. The intricate process taken to develop YOTEL Singapore's own custom-made brew is akin to how a wine sommelier would pair wines to different foods.
Inspired by first class travel, YOTEL translates the language of luxury airline travel into compact but luxurious spaces without the hefty price tag. Uncompromisingly designed around the needs of guests, the new YOTEL in Singapore will take the essential elements of luxury hotels and place them into smart spaces that will deliver rooms or ‘cabins’ as they like to call them with everything you need and nothing you don’t.
There will be large open spaces and areas specially designed for co-working, social gatherings and exercise to create a real sense of community.
Opens 1st October 2017. Brilliant experiences await guests at YOTEL Singapore. It begins with their excellent location right on Orchard Road, one of the city's most vibrant shopping and entertainment hubs.
Flanked by iconic shopping malls, restaurants and hotels; guests can enjoy world class shopping, great food and entertainment right at their doorstep. Orchard Road’s bustling and incredible vibrant culture is also a perfect complement to YOTEL’s dynamic brand.
Their cleverly designed cabins ensure functionality and comfort in every one of YOTEL Singapore’s state of the art hotel rooms.
Cabins come with all your usual creature comforts and are innovatively designed with all the elements of a luxury hotel, delivered in a compact and smart way with high ceilings to give you that loft style feel.
They have a wide range of cabin types to suit every budget and every occasion, starting with their standard 'Premium Queen Cabin,' moving all the way up to their ‘VIP’ Suite.' find out more about their cabin types here.
Proenza Schouler is defined by its fusion of craftsmanship and attention to detail with a sense of refined ease. Inspiration drawn from contemporary art and youth culture is combined with an emphasis on tailoring and the use of custom developed fabrics.
Get your Proenza Schouler fix at its new store located at Hilton Shopping Gallery.
Proenza Schouler is a New York based womenswear and accessories brand founded in 2002 by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez. The duo met while studying at Parson’s School of Design eventually collaborating on their senior thesis, which became their first collection as Proenza Schouler. Named after the designers' mothers' maiden names, the collection was bought in its entirety by Barneys New York.
First rooftop bar in Harbourfront, Propeller sits at the top of Bay Hotel Singapore. Enjoy the lovely view of Sentosa and Keppel Harbour with a cocktail in hand.
With this successful launch of Propeller in Singapore, the second Propeller is already in the works at Bay Hotel Singapore’s sister property, Bay Hotel Ho Chi Minh. It is slated to open later this year.
Beautifully positioned at the gateway to Sentosa, couched in the verdant embrace of Mount Faber and with perfectly-formed views to match, Bay Hotel Singapore satiates urbane travellers with a taste for adventure and the different. With the opening of Propeller in the premise, it is even better!
Besides the amazing panoramic views, Propeller’s main draw is its specialty cocktails, the creations of Bar Manager Farhhad previously from Lantern and House @ Dempsey.
All of their drink garnishes are made in-house using their own dehydration machine and selected drinks come with herbs from the hotel’s mini edible garden.
After satiating your thirst, a tapas menu is available to curb all your hunger pangs as well.
Located within Destination Singapore Beach Road, a new hotel managed by the Park Hotel Group; Folklore celebrates Singapore heritage food and the role it plays in cultural harmony in our multi-ethnic nation.
Brainchild of Chef Damian D’Silva, the menu constitutes a nostalgic homage to the food he grew up with as a child of Eurasian-Peranakan parentage. Heirloom dishes reflective of the major racial cuisines of Singapore are made from scratch, without shortcuts or compromise, using authentic - largely manual - kitchen methods.
The experience is of being a guest at Chef Damian’s family dinners around the table. Bottles of in-house-made sauces and mixes, along with giveaway recipe cards encourage home cooking, furthering Chef Damian’s ardent advocacy of preserving and propagating Singapore’s culinary heritage.
Located in The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore,La Brasserie reaffirms its leading reputation for elegant, gracious French dining in a stately landmark by the awe-inspiring Marina Bay waterfront, with its newly refurbished salons and re-focused culinary direction.
Boasting 10-metre-high floor to ceiling windows offering stunning views of Marina Bay, and Neo-Palladian architecture, La Brasserie exudes an understated opulence, which recent renovations have further enhanced. A new light Herringbone floor and colour scheme centred on a grey, burnt orange and ivory theme, along with redesigned furnishings and new drapery by Jim Thompson have visually revitalised the interior, giving it a more lively contemporary ambience while drawing in, and transforming, the brilliant ochres and purples when the sun sets.
The food of La Brasserie is a harmony of French brasserie classics and dishes that have the hallmark of ‘cuisine du soleil’. This ‘cuisine of the sun’ is the representative food of the South of France, a region that is said to be blessed with the sun for 330 days of the year. It is a cuisinecharacterised by Mediterranean flavours and a lighter touch, with ingredients that evoke the ‘essence’ of the sun.
Leica Galerie was recently unveiled at The Fullerton Hotel. The opening photo exhibition at this new gallery space is 'Memories of Istanbul', by renown Turkish photographer Mr. Ara Güler.
The new gallery replaces the one at Raffles Hotel, where Leica has held exhibitions for the past 5 years.
Nested within the magnificent Fullerton Hotel building, the new Leica Galerie & Store space showcases both classic and contemporary Leica cameras and sport optics amidst a décor of luxury and heritage.
Adorning Leica Galerie walls are works of photography masters of old and new.
Embark on a gastronomical odyssey at NAMI Restaurant and Bar, a new dining establishment located on level 24 of The Tower Wing of Shangri-La Hotel. From the kitchen comes authentic and traditional Japanese cuisine, created with refinement and precision, reminiscent of a royal feast. NAMI's menu is a celebration of the country’s four seasons, best savoured through gokan, or the use of all five senses when dining.
The cornerstone of NAMI is its Head Chef Shigeo Akiba, who hails from the Japanese city of Yokohama. With more than 30 years of culinary experience under his belt, he is first an artist and then an epicurean. Among the highlights of his career is preparing the wedding banquet of Japan’s Prince Akishinomiya and Princess Kiko, and later, their crowning ceremony. He has also had the honour of serving Emperor Akihito when he dined at the Nadaman restaurant in Tokyo.
Additionally, Mr. Akiba has worked under Iron Chef Koumei Nakamura for five years as his executive chef. He managed the menus of all five restaurants owned by Nakamura, as well as developed the recipes for the dishes that the celebrity chef presented on the internationally popular cooking show on Fuji Television.
Some of NAMI’s signature dishes not be missed include Pan-Fried Tuna Head with Chef Akiba’s Sweet Soy Sauce, Steamed NAMI Abalone in Kimo Sauce, Miso Penshell Clam with Uni and Ikura and Japanese Saga Wagyu Beef Sirloin A4 with Kyoto Vegetables and Dashi Broth.
Founded by Mr Wolfgang Zwiener, New York City chain Wolfgang's Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener is set to open its 1st restaurant here in Singapore by early October at InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Singapore is a joint venture between W Steak International Corp. and THP Global Inc.
The Singapore outlet will have around 150 seats and spans across a space of 6500sqft, and it will have an in-house aging room for their steaks, which the temperature and humidity are carefully controlled to create the distinct flavour and tenderness. The restaurant will also house a a bar/lounge.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse uses only the certified 2% USDA Prime Beef that is transported by air weekly from the US, and stored in an in-house aging room for dry aging. The meat is thickly sliced and cooked in a broiler at 1600 degrees Fahrenheit. The indulging steak is then served on a hot plate creating flavourful taste.
The original Wolfgang’s Steakhouse opened in 2004 on NYC’s Park Avenue.
Now boasting 17 locations worldwide (not inclusive of the upcoming Singapore one), this leading steakhouse has become a global sensation, recognized for its perfectly prepared 28-day, dryâaged steak. Not only does Wolfgang’s serve phenomenal Porterhouse steak, but the ambience, the expanded menu, the services and the accessibility of the locations are appealing to even the most exacting diners.
New at Rendezvous Hotel's Courtyard, Five Marbles Craft Beer Restaurant provides a casual, comfortable environment where everyone can enjoy and appreciate special craft beer brews.
From all over the world, their carefully curated list includes craft beer brewed right here in Singapore, Japan, Australia, USA, UK, and also ciders from New Zealand and Citra Sea Mead from London. Their craft list will be refreshed from time to time for you.
To accompany their curated selection of 12 craft beers on tap, they have created a mouth-watering selection of dishes to complete your dining experience. Their food menu consists of signature dishes infused with craft beers as well as a variety of tantalising bar bites.
Once the heart of horse racing and precinct for the first plane to fly over Singapore in 1900s, Farrer Park has since evolved into a buzzing commercial community with plenty to do, see and eat. Park Hotel Farrer Park, is a brand new 300-room hotel situated in this vibrant enclave.
Park Hotel Farrer Park enjoys a prime location atop Farrer Park MRT station, providing unbeatable accessibility around the vicinity, to the city and Central Business District. Standing tall amongst surrounding shopping complexes, quaint restaurants and historical shophouses, the 20-storey new-build hotel with its sleek glass exteriors offers panoramic views of the vibrant district.
It is home to a mix of 300 contemporary guest rooms, Sky Loft and Premier Loft rooms coupled with modern amenities, the hotel also features three dining outlets, a swimming pool and gymnasium ideal for business travel or family holidays.
Opening on 30th May and situated within the ever quirky Wanderlust Hotel, Audace (short for Audacity) serves as an invitation to discover new taste experiences that push boundaries and is the brainchild of Michelin Star awarded Chef Jeremy Gillon from Le Montana in the French Alps.
The restaurant and bar will serve up sensational French Bistro fare with a contemporary touch, providing guests with a different dining experience from breakfast through to dinner.
While Jeremy's cuisine is identifiably French, his passion for travel has imbued his dishes with influences he has derived from eating and cooking around the globe.
Blue Jasmine at the new Park Hotel Farrer Park brings you the best of Southern Thai and Esarn cuisine, in a communal and interactive way. Expect to delight in strong herbs and signature Thai flavours. A homelike concept thats fun and enriching, where you can be sure to even use your fingers to enjoy the food!
Blue Jasmine's menu will feature a wide selection of dishes, inspired by traditional flavours and Thailand’s bustling street food culture. Simple all-time favourites will deliver robust flavours with earthy herbs and fragrant spices imported directly from Thailand.
While the “heartware” remains distinctively Shangri-La, the interiors have experienced a significant rejuvenation to reveal a refreshed lobby, brand new rooms and suites, three novel restaurant concepts, and a revitalised club lounge. In doing so, it dons the cloak of being an urban resort, steeped in luxury and the finest quality.
Sweep up the grand driveway, step into the lobby and marvel at the breath-taking ceiling art installation by renowned Japanese designer Hirotoshi Sawada, made of thousands of cascading stylised leaves, reminiscent of a Tree Canopy amidst a vibrant tropical oasis.
The iconic Tower Wing’s 503 guestrooms and suites are completely refurbished with a luxurious new look. Choose to stay in any of the 360 Tower Wing Deluxe Rooms, 79 Horizon Club Deluxe Rooms, soon to open family-themed rooms and suites, as well as five One-Bedroom Suites and the newly added 250 square metre Grand Suite.
The newly reopened Jade restaurant at The Fullerton Hotel unveils a refocused culinary direction and reviatalised interior, for new levels of excellenece in Chinese dining within a National Monument.
With two private dining rooms and two partitioned areas, the 120-seat restaurant of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore offers Cantonese fine dining sublime dim sum creations, fragrant soups, and signature favourites prepared by its team of master chefs.
Known for his culinary excellence and artistry, Chef de Cuisine Leong Chee Yeng delights diners with his repertoire of signature dishes including Golden Fried ‘Man Tou’ stuffed with Chilli Crab Meat, Steamed Chilean Sea Bass with Minced Ginger and Fermented Black Bean, Simmered Egg Noodles with Boston Lobster in Spring Onion and Ginger and Shaved Coffee-Flavoured Coconut Ice with Caramel Jelly and Honey Avocado Purée.
LuLu's Lounge is an intriguing innovation on the Singapore nightclub scene. Named after it's fictional owner, Lulu's gives guests an animated nightlife experience - a quirky and outlandish lounge with dance floor, outdoor terrace and dynamic programme of entertainment.
Opening soon in April.
Open from 10pm through to 6am, LuLu's is a destination for Singapore's partygoers to settle in for the night. Carefully curated entertainment coupled with unexpected design changes in the venue's interior throughout the evening creates an evolving, proactive experience. Offering bottle service, playful twists on classic cocktails and light bar snacks, guests can expect all the characteristics of a 1960's New York backstreet club.
With burlesque star guests and retro DJ performances from internationally acclaimed names, live acoustics and personal hospitality, Lulu's guests can enjoy inconspicuous post-dinner drinks or let their hair down and dance into the early hours.
Giorgio Armani is an iconic clothing designer best known in for his popular men's suits. He has expanded his empire to include restaurants and hotels.
In 2016, the same name fashion house stopped using animal fur in all of its collections, citing the availability of valid alternatives at their disposition that render the use of cruel practices unnecessary as regards animals.
Tucked at the edge of Orchard Road within the vibrant arts enclave, Straits Cafe adds much dazzle to the heart of a heritage district. This 120-seater restaurant nestled in Rendezvous Hotel has undergone a recent facelift.
The restaurant’s new facade boasts a myriad of bold colours and geometric accents, a generous use of marble and wood furnishing, and several decorative highlights such as rustic Chinese baskets, vintage enamelware of tingkat, plates and mugs, and quirky display pieces, creating a contemporary dining setting with a touch of traditional that is sure to encapsulate a cosy dining experience for all.
Established since 1998, Straits Cafe presents an iconic buffet spread of local and international fare from the Straits Settlement of Penang, Singapore and Malaysia. Its menu features an extensive spread of fresh seafood, sashimi and signature favourites such as Nonya Laksa, Popiah, Kueh Pie Tee, Rojak and an array of durian desserts!
25 Degrees introduces a sophisticated new twist on the traditional American burger bar concept – complete with funky music in a swanky atmosphere and old Hollywood ambiance; where cool "bordello meets burger bar" décor.
Originated in Los Angeles, with a branch in Bangkok and now Singapore; this burger & liquor bar is named after the precise temperature difference between a raw and well done hamburger.
Ginett is a contemporary restaurant and wine bar in Singapore’s historic Arts District. Situated on the ground foor of Hotel G; Ginett is a go-to destination for guests looking for a relaxed yet buzzy escape.
Ginett serves hearty European favourites, superb French wines, quick and easy set lunches and high quality, affordable wines, are all part of Ginett’s wide-ranging offering, making it a memorable and accessible experience for everyone.
Sister to the popular Scarlett Restaurant & Wine Bar in Bangkok and Hong Kong, Ginett is helmed by Executive Chef Sylvain Royer. The restaurant features high ceilings, an open mezzanine with private working spaces, booths and communal tables.
Opening soon, Hilton Garden Inn Singapore Serangoon is located in one of Singapore’s most vibrant enclaves, Little India. The hotel is steps from a cultural extravaganza – spectacular temples, heritage sites, restaurants, and shop houses selling clothes, jewelry and Indian spices.
Join them for breakfast, lunch and dinner in the Garden Grille & Bar, their casual restaurant serving hearty and healthy dishes. Relax under the sun in the sparkling outdoor pool. The hotel also has a fitness center and business center, both open 24 hours to suit your schedule.
Every guest room has plush beds, blackout curtains and adjustable air-conditioning for a great night’s sleep. Feel at home with comforts like complimentary WiFi, a 43-inch HDTV, mini-refrigerator, coffeemaker, laptop-sized safe, a walk-in shower and deluxe bath products. Relax in cozy seating at the bay window, and work at the desk with ergonomic chair and universal plug points.
The Warehouse Hotel’s flagship restaurant, Po, is a refined modern Singaporean concept presenting an array of local classics and elevated Singaporean staples by Chef-Partner Willin Low (founder of Wild Rocket, one of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants) and The Lo & Behold Group.
Po seeks to bridge the gap between our nation’s vibrant culinary heritage and rich collective memories of home cooked specialties. The beverage offering features a tightly curated selection of tipples which will bring to life the heritage of The Warehouse Hotel alongside premium craft Asian spirits and fine wines.
Porta Fine Food & Import Company is the doorway to an eclectic haven of modern European cuisine and inspiring epicurean treasures from around the world. Expect dishes that skillfully combine fresh produce and seasonal flavours, as well as a retail area that will inspire one to create a wholesome meal worth savouring.
Porta aims to bring to you a fresh experience every season, the focused a la carte menu will be updated every season. Each item on the menu is made from scratch and combines the use of seasonal flavours and premium ingredients.
Helming Porta’s kitchen is Executive Chef Michael Suyanto. Trained in the classical French culinary traditions, the 31 year-old Indonesian has 12 years of culinary experience under his belt. An advocate of presenting his dishes in a clean and simple manner, Michael prefers to let his cooking skills and harmonious use of quality ingredients impress.
Opening on 5 January 2017, Villa Samadhi is a delightfully restored colonial residence oozing with old Malayan charm, hidden away in the Labrador Nature Reserve.
At Villa Samadhi, guests will find timber salvaged from abandoned kampung (village) houses, bamboo and natural materials sourced from the indigenous Orang Asli, as well as bamboo and wood carpentry crafted on-site by the villa’s own craftsmen. Artisanal crafts are valued, with colourful Southeast Asian hill tribe artwork, Indochinese artifacts, old Chinese furniture adorning the interiors against the signature backdrop of terraced corridors, shuttered windows, high ceilings and airy rooms.
Villa Samadhi has 18 rooms fashioned with stunning four poster beds, plantation chairs, teak furniture as well as blue and white china beckon, with views of towering trees and wildlife, some decked with private plunge pools. A well-stocked library and a bar equipped with a pool table are the perfect place to spend an afternoon tea or complimentary pre-dinner cocktails before taking a short stroll through the forest to get to Tamarind Hill, where stunning dining options await.
Luxuries here are opulently simple – the luxury of reliving yesteryear, of quietude, of breathing space, of being surrounded by nature.
Part of the new Tanjong Pagar Centre, which is now the tallest building in Singapore, is the 223-room Sofitel Singapore City Centre which will be opening in May 2017.
Their luxurious rooms feature bold artwork inspired by the rich shades of leaves, and are equipped with high quality amenities. Stay entertained with a 49" Smart TV and a Bose home entertainment system.
Be sure to check out their restaurant, Racines, by Chef Jean Charles Dubois. The restaurant will be serving up contemporary French and local cuisine.
Ascott Orchard, the new fashion-inspired serviced residence, is linked to Paragon shopping mall through a covered bridge and is part of CapitaLand’s landmark integrated development that also comprises a high-end residential development.
Located in the most fashionable shopping destination in Singapore, Ascott Orchard will offer guests an exclusive and smart living experience. The premium serviced residence is well suited for expatriates, business travellers and tourists as it is a few minutes’ walk from Orchard as well as Somerset Mass Rapid Transit stations with easy access to the Central Business District, world-class shopping malls and premium medical facilities.
Surrounded by Jacques Garcia’s va-va-voom design, sample local signature dishes with a cheeky twist at month-old eatery, Hot Buns And Thunder Balls, at Hotel Vagabond.
This fun joint dishes up some utterly delicious East-meets-West burgers and desserts. From the luscious mouth feel of the Slow Burn, featuring dark soy and spice braised Iberico pork belly, to the swoon-worthy crispy paneer based McDreamy Bombay style, come get a taste of Singapore's neighbourhoods - with a side of mischief.
A design landmark in the heart of Singapore, the JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach fuses contemporary architecture with restored heritage in a brilliant show of form and function. It will open on 15th December 2016.
The luxury hotel features 634 spacious guest rooms including 47 suites, 2 sky gardens, and a wide array of contemporary art pieces from renowned artists. Enhanced with the intuitive service and enriching culinary offerings of the JW Marriott brand with 9 exciting food and beverage outlets – including a specialty restaurant featuring world renowned and award-winning Chef Akira Back.
Pamper yourself with a wide range of spa treatments in our Spa by JW. Located in close proximity to the Marina Bay entertainment and business districts as well as an aerobridge linking to Suntec Singapore Convention and Exhibition Centre, JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach will be a perfect option for corporate and leisure travelers alike.
Hotel G, Singapore’s new lifestyle hotel is scheduled for soft-opening on 17th November 2016.
Hotel G will feature 308 stylish rooms complete with cutting-edge facilities, including two distinct restaurant concepts, trendy communal spaces and a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar is located on the Ground floor and will open soon. With a culinary team led by their highly acclaimed Executive Chef, the restaurant offers imported cold cuts and cheese, premium wines and daily specials cooked with quality ingredients. The venue features a cozy communal space, perfect for mingling.
Following the refurbishment, the SwissÃ´tel Merchant Court has an increased number of Premier Rooms (238 rooms), Eighteen Swiss Select Clarke Quay Rooms and six Swiss Select Studio Rooms, which offer a private balcony with a view, Swiss Advantage Rooms (160) and two exclusive Swiss Executive Floors (51 rooms) including a refreshed Swiss Executive Lounge, three Suites, three Food & Beverage outlets, a column free ballroom and seven function rooms.
All rooms are well appointed and furnished with a full range of amenities to serve both leisure and business travellers alike. They include a complimentary Handy smartphone, which allows guests to surf the Internet and make IDD calls to 10 selected countries, high-speed internet access, coffee and tea making facilities, in-room safe, and a well-stocked resident’s bar. Two separate IDD phones with individual data ports are standard for all rooms. To meet the high demands of corporate travellers on the go, dedicated Work & Surf areas are available in the hotel lobby with complimentary high speed Internet access throughout the hotel.
For discerning travellers, rooms on the Executive floors provide a well-stocked resident’s bar, in-room Nespresso coffee machine, daily complimentary breakfast and evening drinks at the Swiss Executive Lounge, two separate IDD telephones, high-speed internet access, a separate data port, international plugs at the writing desk and an ergonomically designed work area to ensure optimum comfort while working.
For guests travelling with kids, the SwissÃ´tel Kids Room promises loads of merry for kids up to 12 years of age.
Decorated with toys and books, the room offers beds with adorable themed bedding and colourful clothing hangers in the wardrobe. Writing desks and chairs in fun colours are also available for children to work on their paper crafts. The bathroom comes with child-friendly amenities such as a step stool, flavoured toothpaste and vibrant coloured plastic tumblers. For toddlers, a baby bathtub and bath toys will be provided. To keep the kids entertained, the Kids Room is equipped with a selection of books and entertainment options including Xbox, Wii games, DVD players, DVD movies and kids’ channels on cable TV. For outdoor activities, kids will enjoy the water slides and wading pool located on level two of the hotel. Babysitting service is also available at a fee.
Crossroads Bar, the latest speakeasy by the Singapore River, invites with grand floor to ceiling windows, a sophisticated vibe and well-crafted drinks.
Ideal too for a charming afternoon tea or social hours after dusk, discover Asian inspired tapas and bespoke cocktails made with house-made syrups and sodas, with nuances of local fruits and spices, as well as herbs from our very own garden.
The Warehouse Hotel is a 37-room hotel housed in a conservation building on the bank of the Singapore River in the vibrant neighbourhood of Robertson Quay.
The Warehouse Hotel was built in 1895 along the Singapore River as part of the Straits of Malacca trade route. At that time, the area was a hotbed of secret societies, underground activity, and liquor distilleries.
Today, while much of that history has disappeared, one building is being meticulously restored as a modern 37-room boutique hotel, focusing on heritage and local culture. The Warehouse Hotel will deliver thoughtful hospitality with historically-detailed rooms, classic local dishes and craft cocktails in the vibrant neighborhood of Robertson Quay.
Located on top of the Farrer Park MRT Station, Park Hotel Farrer Park is Park Hotel Group's fifth property in Singapore.
The hotel is located in the vibrant shopping and entertainment district of Little India with the famous 24-hour Mustafa Centre, Tekka Centre, and The Verge, all located within walking distance. For convenience, the new hotel will also be connected through an underground pedestrian walkway to City Square Mall, Singapore’s first eco-mall.
Situated just off the chic new hotel lobby area, Jen’s Kitchen On-the-Go is a perfect spot to relax, meet friends or conduct an informal business meeting.
Open 24 hours a day, and situated just off the chic new hotel lobby area, Jen’s Kitchen On-the-Go is a perfect spot to relax, meet friends or conduct an informal business meeting over an delicious locally roasted coffee. As with the entire hotel, the café benefits from super fast, free WiFi. As entrepreneurship is actively encouraged at Hotel Jen Tanglin, the café boasts a delicious selection of artisan-roasted coffee brewed from scratch by baristas from local coffee connoisseurs, Nomad the Gallant – as well as curated teas.
With a keen eye for selecting and roasting the finest coffee beans, Nomad the Gallant have developed a reputation and local following for creating aromatic specialty coffee blends. The buzzy café also specially imports unique masala teas, such as the Chai Masala blend using fresh spices that are cracked open, and hand-blended with tea and honey.
You may be familiar with 5th Quarter, the dramatic and meaty restaurant located at Hotel Vagabond specializing in Australian-Italian charcuterie dishes by executive chef Drew Nocente. After closing temporarily on April 1 for a revamp, it has now unveiled its new space and name, Salted & Hung, at Purvis Street that can seat up to 45 inclusive of 10 counter seats and 35 table seats.
While it's now known as Salted & Hung, nothing much has changed but its location, and the menu is a rehash of popular 5th Quarter plates like beef tongue, onion and wasabi, chocolate salami, and salt and pepper tripe.
Geared towards the millennial globe-trotter, M Social is the new player on the Robertson Quay boutique hotel circuit. Comfort is king at this hip hotel; but if you’re the sort to find comfort in a cocktail glass, the mixologists of resident bar, Beast & Butterflies, will take good care of you.
Savour one of their artisanal cocktails, as you mingle along the bar’s vast 13-metre counter. For something fruity, go for The Grape Vine – grape-infused vodka, Bailey’s, coconut cream and grapes. Or for a fusion of Cuban and Peranakan flavours, try A Cuban Nyonya – rum, fresh lime, mint leaves and gula Melaka.
Delve into the world of gin at Cin Cin Bar, a secret agent themed watering hole located at level one of Oasia Hotel Downtown.
Be instantly teleported to the 1950s, where gin was a popular spirit base for cocktails, and savour the botanical flavours that makes it rich and diverse.
Their mixologists, using a mix of unique and classic labels, meticulously curates Gin cocktails with florals, shrubs or unique ice cubes to match the Gin’s distinctive fruit or spice elements. Approach any of their mixologists and be engaged as you get to create your own Gin cocktail.
Creating a unique and exceptional experience for each guest, UsQuBa derives its name from the Gaelic Usquebaugh, meaning Water of Life, or simply, whisky.
Chef Guven joins UsQuBa with his love and familiarity of Scottish ingredients, and adds his own unique creativity. He will take the highest quality Scottish produce, prepared with French technique, and will add an Asian twist.
Restaurant Manager Mark Mottram brings a well-developed knowledge of Scottish food, gained from working in Edinburgh and Glasgow over the last few years. Having run his own restaurant previously Mark is keen to provide a level of service that is unsurpassed in Singapore.
Young Bar Manager Fong Chan Teng developed a passion for Whisky after tasting a Macallan 25 Years Old Sherry Oak. With a twist of fate, he joined La Maison Du Whisky as Bartender and shortly after was in charge of the Bar. It was during this period that he followed his passion and developed a real in-depth expertise in everything to do with Whisky.
Nestled in the heart of vibrant Robertson Quay along the iconic Singapore River, M Social Singapore offers accommodation in away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It features an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre. Guests can enjoy meals at the in-house restaurant or have a drink at the bar.
M Social Singapore is 800 m away from Robertson Walk and 900 m from UE Square Shopping Centre. It is a 1.9 km-walk to Chinatown MRT Station. Chinatown Heritage Centre is 1.1 km from M Social Singapore, while Sri Mariamman Temple is 1.3 km from the property. The nearest airport is Changi Airport, 18 km from the property.
M Social Singapore is the latest addition to Millennium Hotels and Resorts' signature Leng's Collection. Featuring 293 rooms and suites, this designer hotel overlooks the vibrant Robertson Quay precinct that is home to a plethora of quaint dining, entertainment, and shopping options including Central Mall and UE Square Mall.Stay and discover our distinctive Millennium hospitality in Singapore.
ERES, the luxury French swim and lingerie brand, announces the opening of its first boutique in Singapore. The 484 square feet store will be the brand’s first boutique in Asia, and the 43rd stand-alone retail space worldwide.
A mix of simplicity and sophistication, the boutique was created by designer Georges Rabineau. Opened in the prestigious Four Seasons Hotel, the boutique will offer the Spring Summer 2016 swim and lingerie collections.
Trendsetting and daring, the brand has been a force in the swimwear world for more than 40 years thanks to its iconic style, colours and know-how. The ERES lingerie collections, synonymous with graphic simple designs, reveal another facet of its creativity - always an elegant balancing act between style and technique. The essence of the ERES style stems from one philosophy: the Art of the Body, forever improving and mastering cuts that respect the body’s architecture and enhance its contours.
The Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview (due to open 1 July 2016) offers the convenience of a great downtown location while being nestled alongside the Singapore River. Known for its many shops, Robertson Quay is opposite our hotel. At night, the area transforms into a bustling nightlife venue with an array of wine bars, alfresco restaurants, art houses, and cafes. Chinatown and Orchard Road are also within easy reach for shopping. Changi International Airport (SIN) can be reached by car in 25 minutes.
Keep in touch via free wireless High Speed Internet Access throughout the hotel. Work out in their 24-hour fitness centre. Take a dip in the outdoor pool. Grab a bite in one of their restaurant venues, or sit back and sip your favourite drink in their lounge. Their function rooms are great for meetings, social events, family reunions, and group gatherings.
They understand that the best comforts in life aren’t complicated. Choose from their 476 guest rooms and suites with great city or river views, and enjoy their Simple Pleasures (SM), including High Speed Internet Access and free bottled water daily. Let yourself drift away in the crisp linens of the plush Four Points signature bed after a long day of business or sightseeing.
After a year-long renovation that saw a series of new restaurants and new spaces created, the InterContinental Singapore is finally ready to open its doors and display its new look to the public.
Taking full advantage of its location in one of Singapore’s strongest cultural districts, the hotel, first built in 1995, is now back with a fuller sense of its place in the Bugis area. This means there is a stronger emphasis on heritage with highlighted Peranakan influences in the Main Tower of the hotel.
One of the main points of the renovation was to firmly establish and connect the hotel to its surrounding areas. Bugis is one of Singapore’s prime heritage locations and a strong centre point for the arts and culture. Elements of this was incorporated into its design even back in 1995, so that the facade of the hotel closely resembles a three-level shop house.
With its Peranakan architectural influences also comes the culture’s strong sense of hospitality. Spaces throughout the lobby and lobby lounge are designed to be inviting. The Concierge Lounge, located in the lobby area, takes on the feel of a Peranakan living room — a place where traditionally hospitality begins. To this end, special artefacts and mementos are placed around the areas to give guests a sense of the area’s art and culture.
The hotel is made up of two towers, the main building and the heritage wing which had been previously renovated in 2011. For this renovation, the main focus was the lobby lounge area, restaurants as well as the rooms and suites.
Rooms and suites also take on a strong Peranakan appeal as well as touches of the shophouses in the area. Colours, patterns, even the air vents were inspired by those found in old Singapore houses. The suites, their renovation only just completed recently, are larger spaces with sitting rooms. Located on the 16th floor, the suites include living room areas and separate bedrooms.
The new Mercure Singapore on Middle Road has 395 heritage inspired rooms, and is located in the heart of Singapore, leisure, business and cultural districts.
Also situated 5 minutes from Bugis MRT and next to one of the CBD's most vibrant markets, Bugis shopping has everything expected of the savvy traveler in today's world. The hotel includes a lobby lounge and bar, a premier lounge, four small meeting rooms and two restaurants. Facilities include a gym, a swimming pool and sky deck.
The hotel is set to have a vibrant and bustling environment as it will be built atop restaurants, bars and retail outlets. The 225 contemporary rooms will have magnificent views of the Singapore River and the city’s skyline.
Take a step back into nature at Oasia Hotel Downtown, where you can enjoy luxurious comfort within a towering vertical garden.
The hotel is covered with a verdant green facade, complete with alternating 30-metre tall sky gardens. Added convenience comes from having the MRT right at your doorstep; guests will be situated right in the heart of Tanjong Pagar, one of the city’s hippest areas chockfull of bars and eateries.
The Ice Cream Man started back in August 2010 in a Haji Lane as a cosy cafe selling gelato, waffles and more.
Drawing inspiration from the neighborhood ice cream uncle who went from playgrounds to void decks, the anticipation of an ice cream bell sends a wave of nostalgia to everyone with such childhood memories. The association with ice cream resonates positively with joy and laughter.
TICM's mission is concise, to create the taste of joy and happiness in a mouthful!
Their products are made fresh daily with the finest ingredients. Both owners are extreme ice cream lovers with a passion to create a fulfilling experience for all.
Plaza Premium Group, the pioneer and industry leader in providing Premium Airport Services, announces the official debut of Aerotel today in Singapore, the airport transit hotel arm under the Group that offers a stylish hideaway in the heart of airports.
Aerotel Singapore is a one-of-a-kind airport transit hotel in Changi Airport to provide travellers in transit with excellent accommodation and convenient booking hours. Located on Level 3 in Terminal 1 of the airport (near Boarding Gate D41), Aerotel Singapore is the Group’s inaugural flagship transit hotel and the world’s only transit hotel equipped with an outdoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi and pool-side bar in the airport restricted area.
Designed by travellers for travellers, Aerotel Singapore is parked near the boarding gates, and is travellers’ tranquil oasis between flights. Employed with antique brick walls, fine timber and quality fabric in grey and aqua, Aerotel’s design brings about a contemporary and chic yet elegant feeling from the moment one steps into the lobby. In addition to its warm lighting, signature fragrance and soft acoustics, Aerotel Singapore creates a stylish and homey experience for transit travellers to escape from airport’s hustle and bustle.
Equipped with supreme quality bedding fabrics and pillow menu, the 70-guestroom Aerotel Singapore offers three types of comfortable room options with respect to size. Bathrooms offer powerful hot shower and a selection of natural skincare products to make sure guests stay fresh and relaxed while in transit. Selected rooms can even have a stunning view facing the breathtaking airport runway where a surreal scene of A380 aircrafts are just parked a stone’s throw away.
As the world’s only transit hotel equipped with an outdoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, pool side bar and gym facilities in transit zone, guests are invited to spend their transit time at the pool to enjoy the cheering sunshine of Singapore and busy aircraft movements, or workout at our fitness corner.
With hours of operation around-the-clock, Aerotel Singapore offers flexible booking hours, from SGD55 to SGD135 for a minimum of 6 hours. Guests can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi access during their stay.
The Crown Plaza Hotel extension is Singapore's first private sector commercial project to use Prefabricated Pre-finished Volumetric Construction (PPVC) techniques, where rooms complete with finishes, fixtures and fittings were done in China before being shipped to Singapore to be installed on site.
Developed by OUE, the hotel extension is Singapore's first private sector commercial project to use PPVC techniques. Rooms complete with finishes, fixtures and fittings were done in China before being shipped to Singapore to be installed on site.
The first batch of shipments of prefabricated rooms arrived in Singapore earlier this year. The new extension is expected to be completed in June, and will add another 243 rooms to the existing 320.
Mr Punch Public House is a gastropub serving up an eclectic sharing menu alongside a selection of whiskies, beers, wines and cocktails.
Mr Punch is best known for his work in the puppet show, ’Punch and Judy’. The gastropub, Mr Punch Public House, is a re-imagination of the countless summers Mr Punch spent touring the streets and beaches of the world with the cast and crew members of ‘Punch & Judy’. It is a nostalgic celebration of good food, better company & plentiful drinking.
Mr Punch Public House serves up an eclectic sharing menu, mixing together global influences in unexpected combinations. Highlights from the menu include Iberico Presa Steak and Charred Squid & Tobiko. A variety of whiskies, wines and beers are also available in addition to a wide range of cocktails. Along with the space’s kitsch décor, all this offers guests an unconventional and unique dining experience.
Nestled on the ground level of the hotel and taking over the premises of the previous restaurant Olive Tree is contemporary European dining restaurant Ash and Elm.
The ritzy space here has a cozy upmarket vibe with high-ceilings, gliterry chandeliers, and an intricately designed mosaic flooring complemented by marble and aged oak timbre tiles. Adding to the airy and spacious surroundings is a skylight canopy that runs through the entire length of the dining area.
Now open, Hotel Vagabond is Singapore’s first experience-driven luxury boutique hotel with a Salon area designed to immerse guests in the theatre of art, food, drink and conversation.
he 42-room hotel is also the first and only hotel in Asia to feature interiors by the celebrated French designer Jacques Garcia. Garcia is best known for his design of Hotel Costes in Paris, Hotel Danieli in Venice, Hotel Mamounia in Marrakech, and most recently the Nomad in New York.
The heart and soul of Hotel Vagabond is the Vagabond Salon – a modern interpretation of a Parisian salon – where guests have the opportunity to mingle with resident artists over a beautifully crafted cocktail, dine amongst a performance, watch an independent film, or listen to a jazz quartet.
Guests of Vagabond Salon can enjoy a five-star dining experience courtesy of 5th Quarter, a collaboration between Satinder Garcha and celebrated restaurateur Loh Lik Peng, run by award-winning Executive Chef Andrew Nocente and offering cuisine using traditional methods of curing meats with the aid of modern instruments to maintain the integrity of flavours.
Drinks are served from Bar Vagabond, conceptualised by renowned drinks collective Proof & Company and offering an eclectic rotating selection of handcrafted cocktails, artisan spirits and wines, and a curated collection of rare and exotic teas and coffees. Craftsmanship is a central feature of Bar Vagabond’s style, with drinks that blend an unexpected attention to detail with a generous measure of theatre.
With 5,000 square feet of luxurious interiors, superb acoustics, and dressed in thick red velvet curtains, the Vagabond Salon is also designed to work as a fully integrated, adaptable event space.
Hotel Vagabond is the only hotel in Singapore to offer a rotational Artist in Residence programme. With an emphasis on writing, photography and performance art of all kinds, artists are invited to apply for residencies of up to three months. Artist Cocktail Hour in the Vagabond Salon will start each evening at 6pm; a time for hotel guests and other Vagabond folk to talk and interact with the artists in residence.
The developer of Tanjong Pagar Centre is pinning its hopes on its latest development to be at the heart of efforts to rejuvenate the Tanjong Pagar District.
At 290 metres high, Tanjong Pagar Centre is set to be Singapore’s tallest building. The mixed-use development will combine 890,000 square feet of office space, 100,000 square feet of retail, a park with more than 200 hotel rooms and 181 residences.
UOB Plaza, Republic Plaza and One Raffles Place are about 280 metres high.
As the name would suggest, The South Beach’s All Day Hotel Dining (ADHD) restaurant provides a myriad of whimsical design features and quirky art that’ll keep your attention meandering from your food.
Under the expert hands of their culinary team, fresh market produce is turned into flavours that intrigue. Be it familiar favourites or an unexpected pleasant surprise, ADHD has the recipe to satisfy your every craving throughout the day
With a name inspired by the Singapore international dialling code, the new-look all day dining restaurant will open to diners for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Authentic South-East Asian cuisine in abundant portions will be showcased in the vibrant restaurant with a modern market look and feel.
The new All Day Dining Restaurant is open from breakfast through the day. Lunch is an eclectic mix of Deli style food, a large element of plant and soil based foods, with a strong focus on South East Asian taste profiles and dishes. Weekday lunch is an eclectic mix of deli style food ideal for business lunches. A strong focus on plant and soil based dishes are amongst the buffet spread, for those looking to lighter and healthier options.
Hooked! - Seafood Dinner from is on from Thursday to Saturday, the daily South East Asian selection will be enhanced with fresh Fin de Claire oysters, sushi and sashimi, tiger prawns, Boston lobster and Sri Lankan crab. plus hot dishes such as soup-baked cumin red mullet, lobster bisque and poached sweet clams.
There is an option of take away, one plate prix-fix, or a full experience of the food spread, all set in a modern market style environment. The main focus will be on South East Asian cuisine. Authentic and robust flavors, artisanal displays with large and abundant portions, in keeping with farmers market feels.
Sunday Brunch is the highlight of the week, with free flow Champagne, wine, beer and cocktails, accompanied with a live DJ performance jazzing up the weekend. Unlimited platefuls of the freshest seafood including Oysters, a whole tuna sashimi, and hand carved meat cuts, 5 types of smoked salmon, premium Iberico ham, and the signature Sunday Roast with a whole Chicago Bull leg.
In keeping with the Hotel Jen Tanglin's philosophy of the ‘little details done well’, a breakfast take-away is also an option for busy diners as well as a one plate prix fixe during lunch.
Experience the newest luxury 5-star resort hotel on Sentosa island. Situated at the top of the cliff rising from Tanjong Beach, it is a haven of tranquillity and relaxation blessed with stunning views of sunsets over the horizon.
Hotel Yan has opened in the upcoming Jalan Besar area.
Decked out in rustic iron and wood, the hotel reflects the area’s heritage as a warehouse and industrial district, remnants of which can still be seen today. Be greeted by casual elegance from the moment you step into the hotel lobby where high ceilings, washed concrete walls and exposed steel pipes epitomize the fuss-free design. Subtle accents add a touch of vibrancy while wide, open spaces seek to create a community of like-minded people in a place away from home.
Hotel Yan’s simplistic form and utilitarian appeal promises a refreshing and calming environment for urban dwellers and suburbanites alike.
Hotel Boss will be opening soon in the upcoming Rocher Canal area.
Hotel Boss offers a variety of accommodation options that cater to the needs of modern business and leisure travellers. With 1,500 modern contemporary designed guest rooms and eleven room types, ranging from Standard, Superior, Twin, Triple, Family to Premier, you will be spoilt for choice.
All rooms are equipped with complimentary high-speed WiFi access, internet-connected 32” LED TV with cable channels, USB charging port, electronic safe, mini fridge, coffee and tea making facilities, drinking water, hairdryer, dental kit and toiletries.
Once a billiard hall, Bar & Billiard Room is today a bar that offers some 400 hand-selected whiskies, with many limited editions and labels imported just for this establishment. Among them include ones from Scotland, Japan and the US. Lending its influence to the cocktail menu, the single malts have also gone on to inspire whisky-based beverages.
On Fridays and Saturdays, live jazz performances offer a touch of old world glamour to the setting. Come Sunday, the champagne is popped and becomes an invaluable addition to the buffet brunch. Expect a spread featuring fresh seafood, cold cuts and signature carving favourites.
Regarded as the oldest existing bar in its original location in Singapore, Bar & Billiard Room is an institution within Raffles Singapore. It occupies a standalone building built in 1896, and was the first in the country to have a lady bartender stirring up a storm in the 1920s. Inside, chandeliers hang elegantly from the high ceiling, illuminating floor tiles which are replicas of the original. One of the five original billiard tables from the turn of the century can be found there, where guests are welcomed to play a round or two. Picture windows look out to the surrounding thick foliage, interrupted by elegant cast-iron frames that compose the terrace.
Aqua Luna is idyllically located by the picturesque 25-metre infinity pool, this stylish alfresco pool bar at Park Hotel Alexandra affords guests opportunities to unwind in a tranquil urban oasis. Perched high atop a podium on the 7th floor, Aqua Luna sports a unique swim-up concept that invites you to soak in the arresting views, and welcomes you to splash to the tempo of nature.
When the night falls, Aqua Luna truly comes to life. Under the soft glow of twinkling lights, be enthralled by the selection of tempting bar eats, treats and beats. Or if you so desire, be lulled into a personal sanctuary of your own as you sip on a specialty cocktail handcrafted by their in-house mixologists.
Andaz Hotel will open in Singapore's new 1.73-million-square-foot Duo Development.
Hyatt Hotels and property developers M+S are planning to open an Andaz Hotel in the hip Ophi- Rochor district of Singapore. The hotel, which is not slated to open until 2017, will be a part of the upcoming Duo Development and will be home to over 340 guest rooms, multiple restaurants and bars, a lounge area, meeting and event spaces, spa services, a fitness center, a gift shop, and an outdoor pool and venue. The hotel will be the first Andaz in Singapore and the first in Southeast Asia.
The Duo Development, designed by internationally-acclaimed architect Ole Scheeren, is in the first stages of construction and upon completion will cover an area of 1.73 million square feet. In addition to the hotel, the 49-story property will include 660 luxury residences, 56,000 square feet of retail space and 570,000 square feet of office space. The two towers of the Duo Development will curve along a crescent and include gardens, a viewing platform and pools on the multi-level rooftops. It will also include a direct underground connection to the Bugis MRT Station.
The South Beach is a 654-rooms and suites Luxury & Lifestyle H.I.P. (Highly Individualised People and Places) Hotel located at the south of Beach Road in the Marina Bay area, and stands as a visionary development at the gateway to Singapore’s thriving city centre and historic Civic District.
Designed by renowned French designer Philippe Starck, London-based Foster + Partners in partnership with international architecture firm Aedas, the development cleverly merges the old blocks of Beach Road Camp and the new South Beach Club with two ultra-modern 34- and 45-storey towers.
With emphasis on Imaginative Social Spaces that cater to the need for being ‘Alone Together’, The South Beach is a Hotel of Design which aims to further promote the Luxury & Lifestyle H.I.P. Hotel concept to the region and set new hospitality standards by Creating Infinite Experiences for, and with you.
A lifestyle destination in itself, The South Beach resides on the edge of the Civic District and is walking distance from Esplanade train station (MRT) and City Hall train station (MRT). The hotel is also surrounded by a myriad of shopping malls and infinite points of interests. This includes the Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, the ArtScience Museum, National Gallery Singapore and multicultural neighbourhoods such as Arab Street as well as historical landmarks like the Civilian War Memorial.
Claymore Connect is a new mall for everyone on Claymore Road in Orchard’s prime shopping district. Expect more with a myriad of offerings catering to the discerning urban family including a choice selection of lifestyle services and gastronomic treats.
They are centrally located and linked to Orchard Road via Orchard Hotel, only a five-minute walk away from Orchard MRT.
With major retailer Cold Storage and a range of lifestyle offerings, they offer shoppers more convenience with options that fulfil their everyday needs.
Mon Bijou serves French pastries and desserts with a local twist and is the latest food & beverage brand by Millennium Hotels and Resorts.
Find a favorite from our all-day dining menu and a “Grab-and-Go” take-away counter. The open-concept seating bistro is also decked in classic earthly tones and has a glass panelled kitchen where diners can watch their meals prepared à la minute.
Artisan mastery at its finest, Mon Bijou’s desserts sport a bejewelled theme while take-away packaging dons pastel shades of green, pink and yellow and resemble jewellery boxes. From gemlike decorations to chocolate diamonds, dessert lovers can expect luxe offerings at affordable prices.
Lin <æ> has opened its doors to the public for the very first time. Located on the rooftop of Link Hotel at 50 Tiong Bahru Road, Lin <æ> overlooks the vibrant coloured shop houses and shows a clear view of the sky. Housed in a 1960s-era building, the legacy of this building lives on and its old building charm preserved.
Lin <æ>, short for “Shu-Lin”, which means 'forest' in Mandarin, is a contemporary Asian alfresco rooftop bar and specialises in authentic Asian-infused cocktails, premium whiskeys, international shooters and specially selected beers paired alongside with Asian bar snacks. Lin <æ> prides itself on creating some of the most unique Asian cocktails such as Tom Yum Gong, Dragon's Gate, and 7th Beauty using Asian ingredients such as chili padi, lime infused plums, dragon fruit & chinese dates.
For guests seeking an up-close experience with the bartenders, a special menu is created whereby bartenders prepare special mixology cocktails in front of the guests. For guests who are undecided, they would just need to let the mixology bartenders know what flavours they feel like having or their preferences, and the bartenders would be able to create something customised just for them.
In line with its Asian themed interior, Terracotta Warriors are placed strategically at Lin <æ>.
Other Asian elements such as Buddha heads and bamboo plants are fitted onto the planter box along both sides of the bar. The bamboo plant has a long history in ancient China, when it was used for almost everything such as bows, arrows and household items. Even the bar table legs are customised to resemble the bamboo silhouette.
However, the main feature of Lin <æ> is its majestic golden entrance which guests will first take note of when they enter the premises.
At Lin <æ>, there are covered areas for guests who prefer a slightly more private setting. For people who would like an al-fresco experience, there is an outdoor area that consists of hexagonal bar tables and fairy lights overhead. Alternatively, if some would like to have a chat with the bartenders, bar stools are placed in front of the bar for guests to enjoy a drink while chatting with the friendly bartenders.
For easy listening, Lin <æ> plays a repertoire of top 40s, R&B, and classic chart hits.
Founder of popular award-winning misnomer at Dempsey Hill, celebrity chef Daniel Sia celebrates The Disgruntled Chef’s fifth anniversary in extraordinary style by opening his second restaurant at The Club Hotel on Ann Siang Hill.
Loyal guests commit to trekking down the wooden-panelled staircase at the original Dempsey enclave to dine below the winding street, but at the new address the restaurant is elevated to one level up, (that is, street level) representing the fine dining posture behind the conservation building’s brass-handled doors at 28 Ann Siang Road.
In true TDC fashion, subtle yet deliberate touches at the 2,000 square feet duplex space come together for a naturally sunny disposition during lunch, and an enigmatic mood throughout the evening till late.
Key elements that remain as part of the brand’s DNA are wooden tables, black marble bar, and grey palette colouring the walls of the main dining area.
Housed within the Hotel Vagabond, Fifth Quarter is the brain child of local entrepreneur Loh Lik Peng in partnership with Executive Chef Andrew Nocente.
It is a modern contemporary grill with a strong focus on meat curing. Nocente, an Australian with an Italian heritage, uses traditional methods of curing meats with the aid of modern instruments to maintain the integrity of flavours. True to its name, Fifth Quarter or quinto quartro in Roman, the menu will feature a selection that is derived from all parts of an animal. From a rum-cured pork belly, a salt & pepper tripe to charcuterie favourites such as salami, salsiccia, lardo and coppa, each dish is carefully handcrafted to allow wholesome meaty flavours to shine through.
Elements of smoking, curing and pickling will also be found throughout the menu in sustainable seafood, game, vegetables and even in desserts. Alongside, premium cuts of meat will be grilled at the Josper using a combination of binchotan and mesquite wood chips to complete the culinary offering.
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore will unveil a brand new restaurant, called Colony, on 23 September 2015. Colony will take over the space formerly occupied by Greenhouse restaurant, which was closed in late March 2015 to facilitate the five-month transformation.
Located on level three, the name Colony alludes to the seafarious voyage that the British took to travel to the East Indies for trade and commerce in the late eighteenth century. Vintage maps and postcards which adorn the walls and decorative ornate leafing evoke the nostalgia of a bygone era, while eight different open concept kitchens, coupled with ‘live’ culinary showmanship, will bring diners on a multi-sensory journey through Singapore’s heritage cuisines including Malaysian, Indonesian, Indian, Chinese and Western, with dishes that encapsulate the flavours from the nation’s rich colonial past.
Award-winning New York based designer, Tony Chi, who possesses worldwide renown for designing some of the world’s most spectacular hotels and restaurants, is responsible for Colony’s novel concept, which manages to encapsulate elements and influences from both the East and West, and presenting them in a modern manner that is both meticulously composed and subtly orchestrated.
Robert Louey Design fashions the guest experience through vintage inspired restaurant collateral and packaging, while the butler style uniforms designed by Mineo San of Art Marginal reflect the service philosophy of the restaurant. The air of conviviality reminiscent of the all-day soirées onboard ships that noblemen and their families took from England to the East Indies, will be enhanced by music from Morton Wilson of Schtung Music.
Nestled in the heart of Orchard Road, the 90-seater restaurant boasts a sushi bar as well as a tatami room. It makes an ideal address for couples, business associations, families and shoppers. Helming the kitchen team is Executive Chef John Phua, who has over 20 years of experience in Japanese cuisines. The freshest fish and seasonal seafood are specially airflown straight from Shizuoka, Japan.
You can expect premium-quality ingredients at affordable prices.The restaurant boasts a lunch and dinner menu. Savour gratifying meal sets such as Hokke Teishoku (grilled atka mackerel fish set); Kijiyaki Teishoku (grilled chicken with Teriyaki Sauce set), Gyu Niku Shogayaki Teishoku (beef with ginger sauce set); and Tai Mentaiko Yaki Teishoku (grilled sea bream with cod roe sauce set). Offerings like sashimi and sushi are available as well.
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel is elevating the experiences of all guests by re-opening the Pool area on Level 5. Updates include newly refurbished pool terrace rooms accompanied with a private terrace area, new pool side cabanas along the outdoor swimming pool, refurbished pool pavilion as well as the award-winning Pool Grill restaurant.
From the moment you progress to Level 5 of this luxury hotel, you will be captivated by a breathtaking tropical oasis of tranquility, where nature, Asian architecture and a picturesque landscape, bring together the harmony of resort-style and city living.
Enter into a gastronomic haven at the refurbished, alfresco Pool Grill restaurant, conveniently located by the pool. Whether you are planning a relaxing lunch or a romantic dinner, catching up with friends over Sunday Brunch or chilling with a refreshing cocktail by the pool, this restaurant exceeds all expectations with an extensive food and beverage menu.
Boasting a new selection of tasty Western treats, perfectly grilled meats and our signature table-side Caesar salad, a la carte highlights include Seared Lamb Loin, inspired by a traditional Wellington; Fresh Tuna with Balsamic Syrup & Garlic Skordalia; Seafood Platter of Oysters, Crab Legs, Live Prawns and Boston Lobster; Rare Yellow Fin Tuna Tataki with Compressed Watermelon, Goat Cheese Mousse, Chia & Flax Seeds; Chilled Honey Melon Soup with Poached Prawns & Serrano Ham; Banoffee with Toffee & Banana; and more.
Brunch highlights include Specialty Eggs (cooked any style) with Smoked Cod Fish, Avocado, Chilli Tomato Salsa, Coriander Verdi & Fried Tortilla Bread; Singapore Chilli Crab Omelette with Onion, Coriander, Tomato & Hash Brown; Marriott Club Sandwich; Iberico Pork Cutlet with Fig & Onion Compote, Charcutiere Sauce; premium cheeses; and more.
Spacious and welcoming, the 42-sqm Pool Terrace room boasts intuitively-designed details, cleanlines and soothing hues to create a cozy, brilliant stay right in the heart of Singapore. Each guest room is equipped with thoughtful state-of-the-art furnishings, including a 46-inch Full-HD Smart TV, plush bedding, floor-to-ceiling windows, a bath tub, an extended vanity area and more. As the sun rises, step out onto your very own veranda that opens up to stunning views of the glittering, refurbished swimming pool. Alternatively, chill under the enchanting starry night sky as you sip on cocktails in the comforts of your veranda.
The perfect home within a home, the indulgences on Level 5 are not only endless, they are all within easy reach. Relaxation comes easy with direct access to the hotel’s renovated swimming pool that is lined with new, stylish cabanas and deck chairs.
FRESH! is a laid-back bar that serves a good mix of clever cocktails and crafty liquor blends, as well as good beers and other premium pours.
Located on the second floor of The Sultan, it pays homage to the chill vibes and head-bobbing music of the 90s and early 00s. It is unreserved and unapologetic when it comes to serving a truly fun night, and FRESH! is where you want to “put your hands in the air and wave 'em like you just don’t care”. It is the antithesis of pretentiousness and wants to be the place where all you need to do is simply get a drink, converse and have a good time.
On Friday and Saturday nights, the music gets turned up and FRESH! will have you grooving along to the jams that we all once rocked out to.
The newly refurbished The Club is poised to reopen its doors after undergoing a nine-month extensive refurbishment. The Club’s newly defined spaces are set to be the latest luxury boutique setting encapsulating luxurious rooms and five exciting food & beverage – all under one roof.
Upon reopening, the fresh new look will bring travellers and locals alike under one interconnected mix of rooms, restaurants, bars and rooftop venues. Planned as an ideal destination getaway to Ann Siang Hill, the once traditional home of exclusive social clubs will be a prime hotspot to revive the spectacular landscape of the venue’s rich diversity and historical roots. Encompassing a total guest experience from the first encounter until the last, The Club invites guests to mingle and stay throughout with its multitude of offerings from day to night.
The Club resides in a heritage building which features 20 well-appointed rooms including two suitesand five unique restaurants and bars. The tastefully decorated rooms and suites are lavish in style and comfort to capture the essence of pure luxury.
Housing five restaurants and bars under its roof, The Club consists of several new wine and dine concepts. Soon to join the highly acclaimed B28 underground whisky bar, guests can expect to see an impressive lounge café & bar, a graceful champagne yard, a second restaurant by The Disgruntled Chef, and the first Peruvian themed rooftop bar in Singapore. The Club’s new interconnected culture easily bridges the way to experience these unique offerings personally, capturing the energy and essence of each venue.
Hotel Vagabond, a luxury boutique hotel opening in September 2015, is Garcha Hotels’ first opening of a collection of hotels in an expanding list of cities from Singapore to Santiago.
Conceived by Satinder Garcha and designed by the legendary Jacques Garcia, it will be the only hotel of its kind in Singapore to offer a rotational ‘artist in residence program.’
Guests will have the opportunity to mingle with resident artists over a beautifully crafted cocktail, dine alongside a live fashion show, watch an independent film, or listen to a jazz quartet. All of this against a flexible thematic backdrop, enabling an unending fluidity of design.
Hotel Vagabond is conveniently located for both business and leisure travellers, moments from Singapore’s central business hub and in between Little India and Arab Street, two of the city’s most historic districts.
PARKROYAL on Pickering’s Lime restaurant launches its Lime Pâtisserie during Singapore Golden Jubilee. The new sweet spot is the perfect addition to Singapore’s Central Business District.
Guests can relish a selection of delicious sliced cakes, macaroons, pralines and muffins that showcase the beautiful artistry of the restaurant’s pastry team. Diners are spoilt for choice with a wide selection of house favourites such as the classic Valrhona Chocolate Gateau, fruity Strawberry Cheesecake and the local favourite velvety soft D24 Durian Mousse cake.
Lime’s comfortable sofas and snug corner tables provide a cosy setting for guests to experience the glorious combination of artisanal desserts and a lovely tête-à-tête with loved ones amidst the iconic foliage of the hotel-in-a-garden. For those looking to impress at home or in the office, the pâtisserie also offers the option to take away some of its all-time party favourites such as indulgent Sea Salt Caramel Chocolate Tart, zesty Lemon Lime Tart, colourful Rainbow Cake and Milk Chocolate Rocher Pops which is sure to delight guests of all ages, specially kids.
Singapore‘s Park Hotel Group has expanded its portfolio with the opening of a new upscale hotel in Alexandra.
Connected to the Alexandra Central Shopping Mall, the new hotel offers 442 rooms and suites, all featuring complimentary Wi-Fi access. There is also a selection of club rooms and the top floor Crystal Club Lounge, which offers a range of facilities for premium guests.
On the seventh floor there is a 25 metre infinity-edge swimming pool with swim-up pool, and a large deck area that can also be used for events. Other MICE facilities include a 150-pax capacity function room that can be divided for smaller events.
In terms of F&B, the Park Hotel Alexandra’s Carvery restaurant specialises in Western cuisine, while the lobby level Coffee Belt serves pastries and wraps.
The iconic Capitol Building and Stamford House have been restored to house The Patina, Capitol Singapore. Intricate interior details and generous ceiling heights complement modern technology and highly personalized service. Traditional yet contemporary, the property promises to deliver an unparalleled bespoke experience for guests.
Distinguishing itself through its focus on bespoke services, the new hotel is also an integral component of Capitol Singapore, the city’s first integrated luxury lifestyle development, which encompasses an exclusive 39-unit residential tower, a premium retail mall offering exciting new-to-market brands, and world class cinematic theatrical entertainment at the newly reinvigorated Capitol Theatre.
Pritzker Architecture Prize Laureate Richard Meier is credited with rejuvenating the two iconic buildings to function as a bridge between past and present. His sensitivity to their venerable status, rooted in his respect for heritage, is combined with his flair for introducing contemporary perspectives. The result is an innovative masterpiece of beautifully conserved architecture integrated with refreshing modern touches.
Thoughtful, intricate details that deliver a refreshed present while celebrating the past are reflected through luxurious interiors conceptualised by Jaya International Design.
Impeccably designed, all rooms and suites are luxurious oases where guests enjoy complimentary features such as WiFi, two iPads per room, unlimited outgoing international calls, mini bar refreshments including still and sparkling water, soft drinks and juices, Aesop bath amenities, Nespresso coffee and a TWG tea collection, as well as being transported to the location of choice with the hotel’s courtesy car service.
The 157 rooms and suites of the hotel are shared across the Capitol and Stamford Wings, in Capitol Building and Stamford House respectively. The neoclassical-style Capitol Wing comprises 101 rooms and 5 suites, while the elegantly Victorian Stamford Wing comprises 49 rooms and 18 suites including the Bidwell Suite and Patina Suite.
Clermont Singapore is situated in the country’s latest landmark development, which will include Singapore’s tallest building, standing at 290m.
Located in the Central Business District, the hotel will sit above the Tanjong Pagar MRT station, and is part of a large-scale integrated development designed by Skidmore Owings & Merrill. The hotel is an emblem of Singapore’s global confidence as a cultural and trading centre. It attracts world leaders and business travellers to this dynamic district with its contemporary design and cutting-edge business technology.
South Beach Tower -the office component of the South Beach development, encompasses over 46,000 square metres of Grade A office space. The 34-storey north facing tower is characterised by its convenient location and proximity to some of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks including Raffles Hotel, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, and the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort.
Located within the city’s most dynamic business hub, South Beach Tower has an added advantage of direct connectivity to the Esplanade MRT and City Hall MRT Interchange while also being served by major roads and expressways linking it to the Central Business District, the airport, and all parts of the city. With South Beach Tower only minutes away from Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre and the Central Business District, it is ideally positioned as the new global hub in the heart of Downtown Singapore.
South Beach Residences, located in the upper half of the South Tower of the development comprises 190 elegantly designed residential units and penthouses from levels 23 to 45. The luxurious residences command 360 degree panoramic and unsurpassed views sweeping across Marina Bay all the way through to the CBD skyline, and the Orchard shopping district.
Residents are provided with an alternative venue for entertaining guests at either of the two luxurious sky gardens which have exclusively been designed by world renowned French designer, Philippe Starck, to infuse contemporary style with ecological design. Adding to the glamour of South Beach Residences, each unit is detailed with only the finest finishes and a fully equipped kitchen fitted with high end state-of the-art appliances that guarantee long term quality and efficiency. The lavishly spaced elite residential apartments promise each of their residents a new living experience which will redefine the concept of inner city living to world class standards.
South Beach Avenue -the retail component of the South Beach development, encompasses over 60,000 square feet of space with direct connectivity to the Esplanade and City Hall MRT.The retail space is spread across the entire basement, street level as well as the conservation building.
The microclimatic canopy which shelters the retail spaces will provide pedestrians, shoppers and diners with a high level of thermal comfort throughout the day and a naturally ventilated shelter from the worst of the city’s tropical climate. One can enjoy an exquisite all-day dining in a sunken plaza built for natural comfort and convenience. The conserved blocks on site have been restored to provide maximum flexibility of space. The conserved block is designed to strategically function as a large space for innovative concepts and high end brands.
The South Beach is a 654-room luxury H.I.P. (Highly Individualised People and Places) hotel located at the south of Beach Road in the Marina Bay area, and stands as a visionary development at the gateway to Singapore’s thriving city centre and historic Civic District.
Designed by renowned French designer Philippe Starck, London-based Foster + Partners in partnership with international architecture firm Aedas, the development cleverly merges the old blocks of Beach Road Camp and the new South Beach Club with two ultra-modern 34- and 45-storey towers.
With emphasis on Imaginative Social Spaces that cater to the need for being ‘Alone Together’, The South Beach is a Hotel of Design which aims to further promote the luxury H.I.P. hotel concept to the region and set new hospitality standards by Creating Infinite Experiences for, and with you.
A lifestyle destination in itself, The South Beach resides on the edge of the Civic District and is walking distance from Esplanade train station (MRT) and City Hall train station (MRT). The hotel is also surrounded by a myriad of shopping malls and infinite points of interests. This includes the Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, the ArtScience Museum, National Gallery Singapore and multicultural neighbourhoods such as Arab Street as well as historical landmarks like the Civilian War Memorial.
The South Beach is where the inspired and aspired gather to build connections and/or indulge in quietude; where work and play seamlessly come together.
DFS Group, the world’s leading luxury travel retailer, has opened a spectacular new wines and spirits flagship duplex store – the first of its kind in the world – at Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 3 .
At 11,400 square feet across two floors, the store is DFS Group’s largest single retail space for wines, spirits and tobacco. The opening of the store marks a milestone in DFS’ leadership and innovation in retail, and the realization of a new vision for retail at Changi Airport.
Designed by Masamichi Katayama, the award-winning interior designer and founder of design firm Wonderwall, the store showcases the luxury retailer’s full assortment of wines, spirits and tobacco in a visually dramatic store environment and façade inspired by flowing water and undulating shapes. Within the store, warm and modern design elements accentuated by a double-height atrium measuring over eight meters high provides an inviting shopping and tasting environment for travellers.
Amongst the store’s most innovative features are expanded common areas designed especially for lifestyle and cultural experiences. This includes a Raffles Long Bar – in collaboration with one of Singapore’s most historical landmarks, the Raffles Hotel - the ground-floor atrium tasting bars and a private lounge. The Long Bar will serve its famed cocktail invention, the original Singapore Sling. These common areas also provide space for guided tastings and a monthly program of exciting and interactive activities, featuring master classes for cocktail mixology, bartending and hosting at home.
In the new duplex store, DFS also introduces Changi’s first branded boutiques for wines and spirits, situated on the second floor. Nine brands – Absolut, Dom Pérignon, Glenfiddich, Hendrick’s, Hennessy, Johnnie Walker, The Macallan, Martell, and Penfolds – will showcase their heritage and their finest products within individually-designed boutiques, from the travel trunk-inspired Johnnie Walker House to the Glenfiddich boutique’s cellar and cask design. The store will also host visits from master distillers, blenders and brand ambassadors throughout the year, and unveil worldwide product launches for these nine brands.
Named "Sara Taseer Jewellery Studio", the boutique showcases several new pieces with their bold and colourful signature style. The collection focuses on items that are suitable for every day wear – whether in the office or for a social occasion. The store is designed in a modern hip style with Asian accents and pops of Peranakan colours. Sara remains true to her style of contemporary jewellery with Asian accents and the store is designed to reflect the mood of the jewellery. The space is designed in a modern ultra chic modern loft style spirit to mirror the more casual wear pieces that are sold at this new, second location of the brand.
The various collections celebrate the beauty, style and sensuality of the modern woman. Snakes, Pandas, Frogs and Parrots are just some of their jewel encrusted animals with attitude, in their Animal Garden Collection. The Solid Gold Collection plays with bold motif and strong form in different hues of gold. They have created edgy pieces that become conversation starters and have an all new line of the most contemporary two and three finger rings, knuckle dusters and moveable bangles.
They are also celebrating the beauty and purity of pearls through their Fruits De Mer line, and have added coloured gem stones with diamonds to pearls, to enhance their natural beauty and add to their glow. The classic Gem Dot Collection, uses lazer cut semi-precious gemstones in playful natural colors which are enhanced with gold and diamonds to create perfect accessories for day to evening wear. The store also has cufflinks for the working men from the business district in the vicinity.
Jamie’s Italian International and Hotel Properties Limited will be opening Jamie’s Italian Forum at Orchard in the third quarter of 2015.
Slightly smaller and more rustic than its sister establishment in VivoCity, the new Jamie Oliver restaurant will be a buzzing and stylish all-day space. Jamie’s Italian Forum at Orchard will open its doors at 10am every morning, so that you can pop in and read the papers or have a cozy chat over a freshly ground coffee and one of their Italian artisan pastries.
Jamie’s Italian Forum at Orchard will also be the first Jamie’s Italian in Singapore to serve fantastic thin-crust pizzas, on top of the much-loved bowls of freshly made pasta, mouth-watering grills and colourful salads. Done to order and served straight out of the oven, these pizza planks are perfect for sharing. Favourites include the mouth-watering Funghi with roasted mushrooms, smoked mozzarella, charred onion & thyme and the fiery Italian Hot, topped with artisanal salami, spicy meatballs, jalapeño chillies & buffalo mozzarella.
Whether you're looking for a quick catch up over a great cocktail or want to settle in for the night with a bottle of wine and some tasty nibbles, the bar has it covered. Offering knowledge without pretension and a fantastic list of wines, beers, spirits and cocktails, the friendly and expert staff will be able to advise and assist. A great place to unwind after a hard day at work or have a night out with your friends, the drinks will taste even better with "Aperitivo Hour", every Monday to Friday from 3 to 7pm.
Jamie’s Italian Forum at Orchard will thus evolve throughout the day - a place where you can drop by for a quick lunch, have an early evening meal before a movie or spend a Saturday night with a loved one after a day of shopping. But whatever the occasion and time, it will always be a great place to meet, socialise, eat and drink.
Ensconced in warm hues of beige and wooden finishes, the Skyline Room at One Farrer Hotel and Spa, is a breathtaking repose high above the bustle of urban life with stunning vistas of Singapore city skyline. Enjoy a host of privileges, including private access to your own dining, fitness and spa facilities.
Wake up to captivating views of the Lion City in the Skyline Studio's spacious haven. Sit back on the plush sofa in the extensive living area and take in the panoramas from the floor-to-ceiling windows.
Immerse yourself in a sumptuous bubble bath in the luxurious marble-walled bathroom, designed to soothe your mind and body, in your very own spa-styled haven inspired by the calming influences of nature.
Exquisitely appointed with modern European-style furnishings, the Skyline Suite, impresses with its beautiful interiors framed by sweeping metropolitan vistas of Singapore. The expansive suite features a separate living and work space, leading into a tranquil bedroom where you can recharge your energies in an oasis of comfort and elegance.
The hotel is the perfect hotel for affordable comfortable stays in central Singapore. Minutes from Outram MRT station, the hotel is excellently positioned where the charms of history meet the excitement and comforts of modernity.
Enjoy a unique experience of dwelling in a pre-war heritage shophouse – complete with beautiful full-length shuttered windows and quaint private balconies. Four different room types are available to suit your group-size, itinerary and budget.
Situated in the vibrant and eclectic enclave of Tiong Bahru, the modern and historic juxtaposition of the restaurant atop an art-deco straits settlement boutique hotel fits perfectly with the surroundings.
Born in the year of the rabbit (which explains his choice of restaurant name), Chef Matthew has always been fascinated with cooking since young. Unlike most award-winning chefs, Chef Matthew kept his training local within At-Sunrise Global Chef Academy without any overseas apprenticeship. Similar to Heston Blumenthal, he picks up ideas from his travel experiences and interaction with people.
A combination of classic French techniques along with a touch of Asian and Singaporean flavours, Chef Matthew creates seasonal menus inspired by the 7 characteristics of ‘ENSOPHI’: Exotic, Nostalgia, Soil, Ocean, Pristine, Heritage, Impression. Each element represents a poetic and artistic expression of his dish.
Sourced from little-known boutique vineyards from all over the world, wine labels to pair with each course range from familiar regions like Barossa Valley, Australia and Bordeaux, France to newer regions like Nahe, Germany and Colchagua Valley, Chile. Watch as resident mixologist Aidil shakes up house crafted cocktails and international favourites to kick-start your meal. Enjoy Happy Hour specials and live music from Thursday to Saturday evenings.
With Chef Matthew’s forte in creating and designing, he made a full renovation to the space. The intimate 30-seater indoor dining room is formed around a semi-circle with floor to ceiling glass windows for a 180° view of the city. Complete with an open kitchen concept, diode branches of stars imprinted in the ceiling, and Chef Matthew’s sketches and art sculptures collected from his travels, the stage is set for a gastronomical and artistic experience. The outdoor rooftop terrace seats 26 but offers ample standing space for large-scale events in a lush alfresco garden setting. Chef Matthew has plans to set up a vertical garden around the steel façade. Sip some wine, savour the food and soak in the ambience. The Rabbit Stash offers a multi-sensory dining adventure with a feast for all senses.
You will be pleased to discover new dishes to tease palate, particularly the Miso Lobster, an incredibly delightful burger of lobster chunks in tobiko and miso mayo, topped with cucumber and red radish and clasped between sesame buns, with shoestring fries on the side. For a lighter sandwich option, the Caprese pleases with a generous serving of mozzarella, air-dried cherry tomato spread, basil and roma tomatoes on focaccia toast, served with fries.
For a heartier meal, the Beef Cheek Pappardelle is most satisfying with tender braised beef cheek, confit tomato and parsley sitting atop broad flat pasta noodles. Interestingly,“papparedelle” is derived from the Italian verb “pappare” which means “to gobble up”,a definition fitting of this irresistible new dish.
Prominently sited at the entrance of Hendon Road and in close proximity to Changi Airport and Changi City Point Shopping Mall, Raintr33 Hotel offers a vantage view of the surrounding locale, dotted with old-styled colonial bungalows and lush greenery. Comprising of two majestic colonial buildings and spread over 9,665 square metres of landscape, Raintr33 Hotel is an iconic 50-room hotel, dressed and designed to enchant you with a nature getaway during your stay with us.
Step into their guest rooms and be pleasantly enchanted by space and lush comforts. Pamper yourself under a rain shower within the confines of your own attached private balcony. Enjoy being one with nature.
Wine and dine in Queen’s Garden, and indulge your culinary senses with western-style cuisine fused with an elegant touch of Japanese flavour or chill out at CEDRO, an edgy retro themed cocktail Bar&Bistro while enjoying the cool comforts of unwinding alfresco.
Beyond all, their warm and friendly Hotel Service Ambassadors are always around just when you need them. Chat with them and you’ll feel their passion for nature, colonial beauty and rustic charm.
Whether it is for business meetings, weddings, product launches, seminars or special events, they provide all-rounded logistics and F&B support catered to your every need at their unique outdoor function area, set on elevated ground amongst lush natural greenery and spanning 176 sqm of roofed space with ample 4 m ceiling access.
Managed and operated by Bricks World, the oldest and largest Lego retailer in Singapore, their second outlet serves to further enhance the LEGO experience for the fast-growing LEGO fan base.
Every aspect of the LEGO Certified Store is designed and made by The LEGO Group, including one of the most popular features, the Pick-a-Brick Wall. The LEGO Certified Store also features an interactive play area called “The Living Room” and a display of fully assembled LEGO models.
The Pick-a-Brick Wall, comprising a custom-built fixture with round canisters, each filled with LEGO bricks and elements, will allow shoppers to hand-pick and select LEGO pieces in different shapes and colours.
A native New Yorker who spent her career at the forefront of fashion, Vera Wang began a sweeping makeover of the bridal industry in 1990 with the opening of her flagship salon at the Carlyle Hotel in New York.
Today, the salon continues to showcase collections known for sophisticated drama, feminine detailing and a modern approach to bridal design.
Bay Level L1-29A The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue
Lacquer & Spa, a boutique nail, facial and foot spa has marked its presence at Singapore’s prestigious iconic landmark, Marina Bay Sands Hotel. Nestled in a cosy corner alongside opulent designer boutiques at The Shoppes and one level below the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, at the coach bay area, Lacquer & Spa offers a welcome respite for discerning shoppers and hotel guests alike.
The multi-label spa boutique offers pampering treatments formulated with a collection of specially curated beauty products sourced from around the world, among them, Andy Maid and Comfort Zone from Italy, and Mavex from Switzerland. This one-stop shop promises a unique experience with a comprehensive menu of services, which includes luxury manicures and pedicures, exquisite nail art, rejuvenating hand and feet treatments, and relaxing facial, body and foot spa therapies.
Lacquer & Spa occupies two units adjacent to one another. A crystal black chandelier hangs elegantly in the main hall, casting soft hues of warm light against the white padded walls. Dark tempered glass windows, accented with down lights, draw focus to the spa’s premium hand- picked beauty products, which are displayed proudly on the shelves. Soothing aromas beckon alluringly at customers and passers-by.
1 Bayfront Avenue, #B1-01/02 Marina Bay Sands Hotel Coach Bay