CapitaLand’s wholly owned lodging business unit, The Ascott Limited (Ascott), has opened lyf Funan, the largest coliving property in Southeast Asia. It is also the world’s first property under Ascott’s new ‘lyf’ coliving brand that is managed by millennials for the millennials and millennial-minded. lyf Funan is the first of Ascott’s record-breaking property openings in Singapore this year.
Located in the heart of Singapore’s Civic & Cultural District, lyf Funan is at the epicentre of the city-state’s buzzing retail, commercial, social and cultural belt. Spanning about 121,000 sq ft in gross floor area, lyf Funan houses 412 rooms across 279 apartments. The nine-storey coliving property will have easy access, via a sheltered underground walkway, to the City Hall Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) interchange that is well-connected to the rest of the city.
lyf Funan is an integral part of CapitaLand’s Funan integrated development, which also comprises two office blocks and a mall offering cutting-edge retail concepts, co-working spaces, urban farm, theatre, cinema, artisan shops, craft workshops, gymnasium, rock climbing, and futsal facility. Guests of lyf Funan can enjoy convenience with the plethora of recreational, retail, dining and commercial options right at their doorstep at Funan as well as surrounding landmarks such as CapitaLand’s iconic integrated development Raffles City Singapore and the National Gallery Singapore. Catering to both short and long stays, lyf Funan is ideal for leisure and business travellers, expatriates, global assignees as well as digital nomads.
lyf Funan will offer instagrammable ‘Connect’ social zones such as co-working spaces and an arena for activities such as hackathons, innovation talks, music jamming sessions, cooking sessions, or workshops with artisans. At its ‘Bond’ social kitchen, guests can prepare home-cooked meals, take cooking classes and socialise while learning more about global cuisines from other residents. Residents can work out and have fun with quirky design and interactive elements such as a giant ball pit, a giant-sized Connect Four set and the ‘Burn’ social gymnasium with a human-sized hamster wheel, evoking lyf’s unique and fun brand personality. They can hang out at the ‘Wash & Hang’ laundromat and strike up new conversations while waiting for their laundry to be done.
A huge focus is placed on facilitating community bonding and enhancing personal and professional growth at lyf Funan. It will conduct weekly social programmes to build connections and inspire the exchange of new ideas, providing guests with the opportunity to co-organise and cocreate community programmes or take part in TED talks, craft workshops and hackathons.
lyf Funan will be managed by lyf Guards – millennials who may be community managers, city and food guides, bar keepers, event organisers, and problem solvers all rolled into one.
Catering to the digital natives, lyf Funan Singapore provides a digital experience through its lyf app, allowing easy booking, payment and seamless access throughout the property with just a tap or swipe. As one of the pioneer hospitality apps allowing multiple destination bookings in a single transaction, the lyf app also enables communications with the lyf Guards. Guests will get to enjoy discounts at various shops at Funan by showing their mobile key.
lyf Funan offers five interchangeable apartment types ranging from 18 sqm to 105 sqm to accommodate single, dual or group bookings, with room rates beginning at S$150++. They include One of a Kind (18 sqm), a studio unit with an ensuite bathroom for individuals and couples who enjoy their own space; Two of a Kind (43 sqm), featuring two private rooms with a shared kitchenette; lyf Style (18 sqm), a gaming-themed studio unit equipped with a PlayStation console, ensuite bathroom and a pull-down sofa bed, and also the Up & Down apartments (18 sqm) which come with bunk beds. The All Together apartments (41 sqm to 105 sqm), which are ideal for groups of up to nine, are business suites featuring two to six rooms with a shared kitchen, a Samsung Flip interactive smart screen to facilitate discussions, as well as a large table that doubles up as a workspace and dining area.
The demand for coliving is driven by the growing sharing economy, as buzzing startup ecosystems in vibrant cities give rise to a popular culture of living and cocreating as a community among the millennials. lyf Funan Singapore will stand to benefit from Singapore being one of the top startup ecosystems globally and the second-best Asia Pacific destination for bleisure travel.
Raffles Singapore is delighted to officially announce their highly anticipated reopening, heralding an exciting new chapter in the iconic property's rich history and heritage. A flagship property within Accor, the world’s leading augmented hospitality group, Raffles Singapore is now welcoming guests and visitors, following the iconic hotel’s careful and sensitive three-phased restoration, which began in February 2017.
“There are few hotels in the world whose names have become virtually synonymous with the cities in which they are located – and none more so than the Raffles Hotel in Singapore. The newly restored Raffles will provide an experience like no other,” said Christian Westbeld, General Manager, Raffles Singapore. “It is our wish and desire that our guests will continue to create treasured memories at the hotel, while rediscovering what makes it so special – the distinctive architecture, heritage and legendary service.”
The meticulous restoration led by acclaimed interior designer Alexandra Champalimaud was also supported by Aedas, a leading global architecture and design firm. Together, the designers created a refreshed social haven that delivers a compelling mix of culture, beauty and gentility. Exquisite new suite categories, vibrant lifestyle experiences and exclusive dining concepts are designed for international visitors and Singaporeans to meet, stay, shop, dine and celebrate.
Discerning travellers can expect new levels of unrivalled comfort and inimitable service with enhanced suite experience, brought to life by the fabled Raffles Butlers, while enjoying the new and reimagined spaces at Raffles Singapore.
The revitalized Raffles Singapore offers luxurious all-suite accommodations, across nine distinct suite categories: State Room Suites, Courtyard Suites, Palm Court Suites, Personality Suites, Residence Suites, Promenade Suites, Studio Suites, Grand Hotel Suites and Presidential Suites. Residence, Promenade and Studio suites, are the three latest additions to the hotel’s existing line-up. The total suite count increases from 103 suites to 115 suites.
The Raffles Arcade has been newly outfitted with a charming Raffles Boutique and various bespoke retail brands. Guests and locals will also delight in exploring the worldly restaurants and bars at Raffles Singapore, including restaurant collaborations with Chef Anne-Sophie Pic, of the three-Michelin star Maison Pic in Valence, France; venerable French Master Chef Alain Ducasse; and Chef Jereme Leung, known for his innovative Chinese cooking. At the refreshed Long Bar, travellers will continue to enjoy the hotel’s most famous cocktail, the original Singapore Sling, along with the timeless tradition of tossing peanut shells on the floor.
First opened in 1887, and declared a National Monument a century later by the Singapore Government in 1987, Raffles Singapore has through the years, gained both local and international recognition as an oasis for the well-travelled. It is a national treasure among Singaporeans who deeply value its historical significance and unique heritage. The last restoration was conducted from 1989 to 1991 where the hotel closed for two and a half years.
Singapore’s Keong Saik neighbourhood will have a new social heartbeat when the new 45-room Hotel Soloha boutique hotel is unveiled in mid-August 2019.
Cruising along Keong Saik Road and Teck Lim Road, which exude the charming vibe of yesteryear, one is immediately transported to a magical space as one traverses the blue panel doors of Hotel Soloha. These Dokodemo Doors of Fantasy reveal a world urban jungle chic and tropical modernism splashed in amazing technicolour. Witty and bold interiors, artisanal furnishings, underscored by a cool vibe, Hotel Soloha’s burst of colour is a stark contrast to the earthy tones that define the neighbourhood.
Hotel Soloha aims to create a destination hotel that not only fits into Keong Saik’s charming self but is also a modern interpretation of a Singapore that is bold, stylish and cultured. You won’t find a single metal grille gate or repurposed cinema seat here. Instead, our team, exposed to the ways of cosmopolitan Singapore through the years, has internalised Singapore’s culture; that has informed the way they conceptualise and design the property’s interiors and spaces. The property will also stock a curated selection of artisanal products that are perfect as souvenirs and fit well in cabin baggage. Hotel Soloha is the perfect start to experience what Keong Saik and Singapore have to offer.
Keong Saik, one of Singapore’s heritage and cultural epicenters, retains the beauty of yesteryear Singapore with its rows of shophouses across a network of roads. Today, it is home to a good number of bars, restaurants and shops, making it a destination that is layered with culture, gastronomy, energy and personality. Culturemaker and tastemaker Hotel Soloha’s entry to the area contributes to that spirit of Keong Saik and strengthens it – it is a breath of fresh air and the neighbourhood’s new social heartbeat.
Hotel Soloha is designed by interior design firm Avalon Collective and architect ASOLIDPLAN. The artworks featured in the hotel lobby, lift-shaft and rooms are done by local artists, Ethrisha Liaw and Danielle Tay.
In a joint announcement, Accor Group and Royal Group have shared that the all-villa Raffles Sentosa Resort & Spa will be built on Sentosa Island and is set to open in 2022.
Designed by international design firm Yabu Pushelberg, Raffles Sentosa Resort & Spa's villas will range from 260 sq m for the one-bedroom villas to 450 sq m for the four-bedroom villa, all with their own private pool and terrace area.
The new hotel will see a new interpretation of the iconic Raffles brand, said Mr Peter Wilding, managing director of Royal Group.
Following a multimillion-dollar asset enhancement programme spanning nine months across key facilities within the hotel, Orchard Hotel has unveiled an enhanced 360° guest experience with reimagined dining, events and lodging offerings. Upgraded areas include the hotel’s 260 Grand Deluxe Rooms, Grand Ballroom, Conference Centre, Lobby, The Orchard Cafe and Bar Intermezzo.
The storied history of Orchard Hotel traces back to late 1950s, where it began as a humble four-storey, 34-room hotel, complete with The Golden Venus – home to popular tea dances and emerging musicians of the 1960s. Redeveloped in the 1970s to cater to the tourist boom, the old building was eventually demolished in 1978, and the first inkling of the 656-key, twin-tower Orchard Hotel Singapore as it exists today took its place.
A brand new arrival experience welcomes guests through an enlivened lobby interior. The hotel's iconic clock tower is now brought to the modern age with a contemporary chandelier-inspired art sculpture, flanked by two upgraded dining and drinking destinations. The Orchard Cafe renews its legacy as a local dining icon with a vibrant new style and Signature Class buffet showcasing heritage-inspired creations and chef-curated classics. Bar Intermezzo inherits an air of sophistication with new, inviting interiors and contemporary botanical-influenced cocktails that toast to Orchard Road’s past. Overlooking the lobby from the second floor is Cantonese fine dining stalwart Hua Ting Restaurant, which was also given its own extensive makeover in 2018.
New and improved event solutions for every occasion come on the back of 11 refurbished conference and function rooms and spaces – now each more versatile than ever. A key highlight includes one of Singapore’s largest pillar-free grand ballrooms—occupying over 10,000 square feet and six metres high—refitted with a luxurious fresh new look, two floor-to-ceiling LED walls (a first in Singapore), statement lighting, state-of-the-art audio-visual capabilities, an impressive foyer lined with floating Orchid-inspired chandeliers, and exclusive spaces carved out for various uses. The conference centre has also been redesigned with five intimate meeting rooms and upgraded meeting facilities. Event planners will now have the luxury of choice with creative catering options from the hotel’s four award- winning culinary concepts—Hua Ting Restaurant, The Orchard Cafe, Mon Bijou and Bar Intermezzo—as well as a Halal-certified kitchen, ensuring that all tastes and diets are catered for.
260 Grand Deluxe guest rooms in the hotel’s Orchard Wing have also been given a facelift. Each well-appointed room has been elegantly designed to provide maximum comfort and the best of living styles at every turn. With today's sophisticated traveller at heart, the newly refurbished rooms are now equipped with upgraded amenities including Handy smartphone that offers unlimited mobile data to make local and select international calls; six USB ports and both wired and wireless high-speed internet to ensure 24/7 connectivity; and a Smart TV loaded with a variety of channels to keep them plugged into current affairs. Unwind after a long day of shopping along the famed Orchard Road in the modern comforts of the new Grand Deluxe room – put on a bath in the luxurious Japanese soaking tub (select room configurations), or call for one of 12 signature spice-based cocktails from Bar Intermezzo to be delivered right to your room.
Refresh, relax and rejuvenate at Asia's first YOTELAIR which will be opening their doors next month at Jewel Changi Airport.
Whether you’re staying for a few hours or overnight, YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport is just the place for a restful respite. Perfect for the busy international traveller and transit passengers, enjoy flexible check-in and check-out timings with their self check-in kiosks. Inspired by luxury first class aircraft design, their Singapore airport hotel cabins are affordable, comfortable and smartly designed with adaptable spaces, providing all the amenities you need, and nothing you don’t. You can also enjoy their 24/7 signature Club Lounge overlooking Jewel's iconic rain vortex.
Immerse in the best of Singapore’s culture, entertainment and dining when you stay at KÄ“Sa House on Keong Saik Road.
Situated in the heart of Chinatown and just a stone’s throw from Singapore’s Central Business District, the newly restored KÄ“Sa House embodies the neighbourhood’s spirited heritage while creating a distinct new destination in the area.
An inviting 60-room flexible-living concept, the experience is amplified by six unique and eclectic bars and restaurants, all under one striking roof. The smartly transformed row of shophouses has been designed for those who want to stop-over or stay a while.
Just a few minutes walking distance from Farrer Park and Bendemeer MRT Stations, the hotel offers easy access to all key business and leisure areas of Singapore, including Orchard, Bugis, Chinatown and Marina Bay, as well as, Suntec Convention Centre and National Stadium. Guests can enjoy a variety of dining, shopping and entertainment options including 24-hour Mustafa Centre.
Featuring 119 modern design rooms, Holiday Inn Express Singapore Serangoon is the smart choice for savvy travellers who are looking for the best location combined with the best value in Singapore Serangoon area, offering an affordable and hassle-free stay. Start the day right with our all-inclusive Express Start Breakfastwith Grab & Go option and stay connected with our complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel. Get the most out of your stay with our 24-hour fitness centre, self-service laundry facility and meeting room for up to eight persons.
Melding Singapore’s rich heritage and European tradition, Six Senses Maxwell debuts on December 1, 2018 as the second landmark urban property in the Six Senses collection of hotels, following the Six Senses Duxton opening in April. Both hotels occupy historical buildings in Chinatown’s Tanjong Pagar district and each radiates its own distinct personality and charm, while reflecting the neighborhood’s past as a trading center and current status as a vibrant downtown cultural enclave.
Housed in a colonial-style 19th century heritage building, the 138-room Six Senses Maxwell will feature a historically significant Indentures Collection. These comprise vintage land transaction documents that offer a fascinating glimpse into the development of Singapore and the Straits Settlements in the 1800s and early 1900s. The collection represents an historical “paper trail” tracing modern Singapore’s evolution from its beginnings as a swampy, untamed trading port established by Stamford Raffles and William Farquhar for the East India Company to its time under the British Crown, and finally its emergence as an independent nation in 1965.
This rich sense of intertwined Asian and European history is tastefully imbued in Six Senses Maxwell’s warm and stylish interior, fashioned by the famed designer Jacques Garcia with alluring touches in burnished timber finishes and lightened up with elegant paintwork.
“Our Six Senses Maxwell property brings alive and celebrates the heritage and traditions of Singapore’s past, while reflecting a warm European influence and personality,” says General Manager Murray Aitken. “Guests here and at Six Senses Duxton not only have the opportunity to utilize facilities at both properties, they will also be able to truly appreciate the cultural and historical backdrop that makes these experiences special and true to the local culture.”
Keeping with local customs, Six Senses Maxwell will also be home to a traditional ice cream tricycle where complimentary Singaporean Ice Cream Sandwiches will be served by an “Uncle” (a respectful term of address for an elder male in Singapore) to hotel guests. Made of a slab of ice cream wrapped up in a slice of rainbow- colored bread, these longstanding local favorites come in a variety of flavors, ranging from chocolate, mint and mango, to more unique twists such as sweet corn, durian and red bean, all made using only organic and sustainably sourced ingredients. In line with Six Senses’ sustainability practices, the ice cream tricycle will use a solar-powered generator to keep the ice cream sandwiches refrigerated.
Six Senses Maxwell features five spa pods, each with an ensuite bathroom, where you can unwind with a selection of holistic wellness and beauty treatments administered under the guidance of expert therapists and visiting practitioners. There is also a relaxation room and an outdoor rooftop lap pool with a sundeck, bar and lounge area. Next to the lap pool, a modern gym features cardio equipment, weights machines and functional training elements where guests can enjoy fun workouts at all levels.
A Special Opening Offer is available for direct bookings online via sixsenses.com. Guests can enjoy a 15 percent savings on the Best Available Rate and the offer includes daily breakfast for 2 people, a guaranteed room upgrade and a signature cocktail for 2 persons. *Terms & Conditions apply.
Once a military outpost in 1904, this heritage building has been meticulously restored as The Barracks Hotel. The Barracks Hotel at Sentosa takes guests back to a cherished time of romance and charm, offering exquisite service with attention to every detail, and an overall timeless experience. Luxury of space is evident in its 40 well-designed guestrooms and suites. The décor is sophisticated and elegant, befitting of the hotel’s colonial past.
Set amidst the tranquillity and privacy of the heritage buildings, an exclusive pool provides the idyllic setting for guests to take a dip or lounge with a classic cocktail. The suites on the ground level have direct access to the pool and private jacuzzi at The Barracks Hotel.
Opening soon in April 2019, Village Hotel at Sentosa is the newest addition to the Village brand by Far East Hospitality.
It is also one of the three hotels with a combined 839 rooms which are expected to open in Sentosa mid next year, aiming mostly to serve the mid-tier market and attract local staycation enthusiasts.
Village Hotel at Sentosa delivers a unique experience for families, as well as leisure and meeting groups, providing opportunities to discover the rich culture and heritage of its surroundings. The cosy 606-room hotel is decorated in sun-washed hues of nature by the sea. From design, ambience to the choice of furnishings, Village Hotel at Sentosa delivers a unique offering on the island with brand new amenities and activities.
Surrounded by exciting retail and dining options at the Mess Hall, the adjacent Events Centre also offers over 800 square metres of flexible meeting space, making it a choice for corporate retreats, meetings and social events.
Three hotels with a combined 839 rooms are expected to open in Sentosa in 2019, aiming mostly to serve the mid-tier market and drawing more local staycation enthusiasts. Far East Hospitality is the operator of these three new properties.
The hotels, found in the Palawan area of Sentosa, will be located just a stone's throw away from the Imbiah monorail station and across the road from Universal Studios Singapore. They span about 45,000 sqm - or the size of 4.5 football fields.
The Outpost Hotel at Sentosa presents a trendy island getaway for adults and couples. Inspired by Sentosa's Heritage as a colonial military base, The Outpost Hotel transports guests back to a time of exploration and discovery. The 193 guestrooms are a stylish interpretation of colonial black and white design, with crisp lines and a sharply contrasting palette. With its own rooftop pool and bar, The Outpost Hotel offers a picturesque backdrop for evening cocktails, candlelit dinners and intimate celebrations.
The restaurant on the hotel's rooftop allows a panoramic view as you bask in the beautiful sunset and enjoy the daily firework displays from Wings of Time. Surrounded by exciting retail and dining options at the Mess Hall, the adjacent Events Centre also offers over 800 square metres of flexible meeting space, making it a choice for corporate retreats, meetings and social events.
Located in Singapore’s civic and cultural district, the iconic Capitol Building and Stamford House have been masterfully restored to house The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore.
The 157 rooms and suites of the ultra-luxury hotel feature contemporary interior design and state-of-the-art technology. A proud member of The Leading Hotels of The World, this exclusive retreat guarantees peace, tranquillity and privacy in this vibrant city and offers Singapore’s first saltwater relaxation pool.
The hotel offers direct access to the legendary Capitol Theatre, once a jewel of Singapore’s cinema scene, which can be used for festive galas, conferences and extraordinary events today.
Located in the vibrant cultural heart of Singapore, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is also the perfect venue for exclusive meetings and events. Private dining rooms and elegant boardrooms are available for 8-20 guests, an open show kitchen and an event salon with state-of-the-art conference technology for up to 220 guests offer a wide range of possibilities. In addition, the hotel offers direct access to the legendary Capitol Theatre, once a jewel of Singapore’s cinema scene, which can be used for festive galas, conferences and extraordinary red-carpet events today.
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, a leader in luxury hospitality worldwide, unveils a collection of renovated rooms, elevating the urban Hotel to a new level of modern luxury and unique grace. Combining intimacy and elegance, the enhancement sees the return of cutting edge interior designers Hirsch Bedner Associates, who led the renovations of their Jiang-Nan Chun restaurant in 2016 and the opening of the Hotel in 1994.
Influenced by the nearby Singapore Botanic Gardens, a lush UNESCO World Heritage Site, the contemporary interiors of the newly renovated rooms feature a natural colour palette dusted with cool blue tones and lime green accents, inspired by the water and tropical lotus leaves of the Garden’s Swan Lake. Each room features a mural wall composition of traditional Peranakan tiles, adding an artistic touch and reminiscent of Singapore’s rich and multicultural heritage. Peranakan culture represents the union between two major ethnicities of the Straits Peninsula - a result of Singapore’s historical significance as a major trading port.
The wide range of accommodation options offer something everyone among the Hotel’s clientele. From families to business travellers, as well as couples, guests will be immersed in sophisticated comfort and plush interiors. All rooms and suites also boast large floor-to-ceiling windows providing sweeping views of the city and surrounding greenery, brightening up the rooms with plenty of natural light. Just steps from the city’s shopping and commercial heart, the Hotel provides convenient access to the Central Business District and main tourist attractions.
Read more about their new collection of rooms here.
Discover a world of imagination and exploration with Shangri-La Hotel Singapore's new family accommodations, facilities and offerings that encourage fun, peace of mind, family time and learning through play.
The 9th floor of the hotel’s newly rejuvenated Tower Wing is dedicated to family travellers. 5 themed Family Suites offer an immersive space for children to sleep and dine, with unique whimsical interiors and dream-themed beds. 19 Deluxe Family Rooms, ideal for families and guests travelling with young children, are also available on the same floor.
An interactive indoor and outdoor play space, spanning 2,150 square metres in total - Buds by Shangri-La - is located on level 1 of the Tower Wing and features specially curated installations to take younger guests on a journey of discovery through 4 key narratives: embracing nature, adventure, camaraderie and independence.
The Themed Family Suite allows your children’s imaginations to soar high or run wild with 5 fun themes: Castle, Space, Underwater, Safari or Treetop. Thoughtful touches, including a dream bed and treasure shelf in Children’s room, two bathrooms with the larger designed for children.
The unique whimsical interiors at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore’s themed family suites are stylish and thoughtfully designed. The bed and complementing carpets are all custom-made and the settings are perfect for kids to escape into another world.
You can also request for children’s movies or board games to keep the young ones entertained while you snack on the complimentary goodies.
Every aspect of the new themed family suites has been carefully planned — even the location of the Themed Family Suite and Deluxe Family Room is deliberate: each Themed Family Suite is connected to a Deluxe Family Room, allowing the possibility of transforming the rooms into one ‘jumbo family room’ that caters to bigger families.
The first of two heritage buildings that together create Six Senses Singapore, Six Senses Duxton is scheduled to open on 15 April 2018. The hotel is now accepting online bookings via its website, www.sixsenses.com. The second location that will complete the Six Senses experience in Singapore is Six Senses Maxwell, which is set to open later this year.
Situated within the eclectic heart of Chinatown in Singapore’s bustling central district, Six Senses Duxton is part of a remarkable conservation project that has received the Urban Redevelopment Authority Architectural Heritage Award. Sustainably restored by the acclaimed British designer Anouska Hempel, Six Senses Duxton features a diverse mix of Chinese, Malay and European elements. While remaining in harmony with its rich heritage, yet still presenting her luminary vision, Anouska has given each of the 49 guestrooms and suites a unique individuality across eight themed categories so that no two are exactly the same.
Guests are in for an eccentric, elegant surprise as they enter the hotel which includes large golden fans and strong hues of black, gold and yellow, layered with oriental screens and calligraphy wallpaper from Anouska’s personal collection.
A highlight of the property is the appointment of Professor Zhang Mao Ji of Long Zhong Tang—a reputable TCM physician with over 40 years of experience—who will offer health screenings, consultations and a medicinal herbal dispensary for in-house guests.
Six Senses Singapore is creating and curating a number of handpicked inspiring, educational and fun activities for guests. Whether visiting Singapore for the first time or enjoying a special staycation, Six Senses’ Experiences include unique neighbourhood and nature discovery tours; fitness classes like yoga, indoor cycling and the art of crafting artisanal coffee and appreciating Chinese teas. Bookings can be made through the Experience Centre at reception, open 24 hours. Activities will be confirmed at the earliest possible time given normal business hours for partners and tours.
Conveniently located right next to Singapore's most prestigious address and famous shopping belt, Orchard Road and adjacent to Somerset MRT station, the newly-renovated Winsland Serviced Suites by Lanson Place brings you residential comfort and hotel-style service within the heart of Singapore.
The newly-renovated Serviced Suites now offers 109 units of Studio Suites to 2-bedroom Suites, with sizes ranging from 19 sqm to 128 sqm, bringing guests residential comfort and hotel-style service within the heart of Singapore. Each serviced apartment is designed with a thoughtful and comforting touch of home. All of the beautiful furnished suites are decorated in the calm, inviting blues of a tranquil waterscape, the refreshing hues of green of the botanicals, or the beautiful rosy pink of a Singapore dawn. Each suite features spacious areas for relaxing, dining and sleeping, and a full array of amenities, including a well-equipped kitchen, complimentary Wi-Fi and iPTV.
The property now equips with renovated and newly-added facilities including a stunning rooftop swimming pool with Jacuzzi and BBQ pit, a fully-equipped communal kitchen Cookhouse@9, a 24-hour gym, common laundrette and a serene courtyard for guests to relax and unwind.
The previous Bayview Hotel Singapore on Bencoolen Street has re-opened as a hip hotel with high-tech services and a rooftop pool after a $20 million renovation. Its new name is 30 Bencoolen.
Set on a broad, tree-lined street in the heart of the arts and cultural district, 30 Bencoolen offers a cool, contemporary ambience in an ideal central location. The hotel is a short stroll from 3 MRT stations in the area. You can relax in a warmly decorated room a short walk from top attractions in Singapore such as the landmark National Museum and Singapore Art Museum. Family rooms for up to 4 guests are available and the hotel’s personalised service benefits from technology like complimentary handy® smartphones. You can enjoy casual all-day dining in their hip restaurant and gourmet coffees or chilled wines in the lounge bar. After a busy day, head up to the rooftop to unwind in the outdoor pool and spa tub.
Discover places to visit with information at your fingertips on their 4G handy® smartphones – free for guests to take out during their stay. Unlimited internet access, free local and international calls to 6 of the most popular countries and helpful city guides are all available. WhatsApp connectivity allows you to easily ask the hotel for advice or place orders 24/7, when you’re out. Their in-house HotSOS maintenance monitoring system lets them know if something in your room needs fixing, often before you’ve even noticed it.
Decorated in warm grey tones, welcoming rooms come with stylish furnishings and dark natural wood features. Reliable, high-speed WiFi is complimentary and can help keep the kids happy while you check your email at the large desk. Business guests are a 16-minute walk from Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. At the hotel, you can host events in 6 stylish function rooms equipped with state-of-the-art presentation facilities.
After a day of meetings or sightseeing, re-energise with a workout in the fully equipped gym or relax in the rooftop pool and hot tub. Later, enjoy a drink overlooking the pedestrian walkways and cycle paths of leafy Bencoolen Street.
Ann Siang House is a tastefully restored heritage building offering 20 sophisticated, modern, designed-led guest rooms in the heart of Club Street.
At Ann Siang House they invite guests to stay, dine, discover.
Ideally situated in Singapore’s vibrant Ann Siang Hill neighborhood, Ann Siang House is an alternative, city living style of accommodation that provides short and extended stay guests with a welcome home in the heart of the action.
With expert harmonious integration of century-old conservation shophouse and contemporary architectural style, the new Grand Park City Hall fashions modernity fused with classical charm.
A five-star luxury hotel in Singapore, occupying a prime spot in Singapore’s Civic District and close to the Central Business District (CBD), expect warm, thoughtful hospitality, innovative yet familiar destination dining and technological enhancements to welcome you to a brand new seamless hotel guest experience.
Currently undergoing a transformation, the hotel transformation is on track for full completion by the end of Q1 2018. The new facilities in progress includes the Rooftop Garden which will be a gorgeous event space and a 20-metre outdoor swimming pool.
Their new entrance, lobby, restaurant and bar are now open. You can take a virtual tour here and can also read more about its restaurant, Tablescape.
Their new 30-sqm Crystal Club Deluxe Room depicts a mix of elegance, modernity and simplicity with its materials and lines layering. The guestroom exudes a cosy ambience and soothing elegance in its versatile and modern space. Take luxury to the next level with access to the exclusive Crystal Club.
Guests can download the Grand Park City Hall (GPCH) app (iTunes App Store or Google Playstore) and gain instant control with mobile key functions such as pre-arrival registration, self check-in, mobile key access to your guestroom and in-room electronics control, and direct in-app messaging with the hotel team.
In a prestigious neighbourhood just a stone’s throw away from Orchard Road sits a stunning new lifestyle hub – the 254-room Novotel Singapore on Stevens and 518-room Mercure Singapore on Stevens. Step into this lush urban paradise equipped with an infinity pool, lap pool, tennis court, 24-hour gym, 9 meeting spaces, ballrooms and 14 dining outlets.
Relax and make the most of your stay in their modern smoke-free rooms. Enjoy full-serviced comfort and serenity set amongst lush greenery alongside high speed Wi-Fi, web TV and eco-friendly shower amenities. Plunge into bed and be assured of a comfortable and relaxing night’s sleep in our high quality plush bedding.
Business or leisure? They’ve got it all covered.
Modern and contemporary decor of their rooms & suites, is to offer you a quiet, comfortable retreat in the heart of vibrant Singapore, designed with your comfort in mind.
Share good times with friends and family over international wines and inspired cocktails, along with the finest International cuisine at their Food & Beverage outlets.
Developed by Oxley Holdings Limited, the intergrated lifestyle hub on Stevens Road features 2 renowned hotels with a total of 772 guest rooms, 14 dining outlets, two outdoor pools, a tennis court and a function space that can accommodate more than 500 guests.
Located next to each other, both hotels will offer more choices for guests and the unique opportunity of experiencing both brands.
The development of both Novotel Singapore on Stevens and Mercure Singapore on Stevens is Oxley’s maiden venture into hotel development. With a diversified development and investment portfolio, Oxley is making its mark as a strong local and international property developer.
Mercure Singapore on Stevens is about 3 minutes from Orchard Road, Asia's famous entertainment and shopping belt. Explore Singapore with convenient public transport, including a bus stop right at the hotel doorstep and Stevens and Orchard MRT subway stations close by. Unlock your Singapore adventures by visiting Singapore Botanic Gardens, a UNESCO Heritage Site, as well as cultural districts of Chinatown and Little India.
Mercure Singapore on Stevens features 518 tastefully designed rooms, with suites and rooms on the Premier Floor that gives access to the exclusive Premier Lounge.
With the Food & Beverage outlets within the hotel; Mercure celebrates the food and invite people to share and mingle. Either around a bottle of wine and cheese platters at Winestone or with homemade pizzas and sustainable coffees at FudeBar, they aim to connect people.
For business needs; their meeting rooms come with the latest Hi-Tech equipment, natural daylight and a large foyer area. With a dedicated experienced and professional team at your service, just focus on what matters the most to you.
Occupying the 22nd to 33rd floor of the Royal Square at Novena mixed-use development, Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena is strategically located at the doorstep of Health City Novena, directly linked to Novena MRT station.
The area's tallest hotel, Courtyard Singapore Novena welcomes you to the city centre with spacious downtown accommodations and panoramic views of the cityscape and skyline.
Enjoy effortless relaxation in spacious hotel rooms appointed with contemporary essentials and plush bedding.
Take a dip in their stylish rooftop infinity pool and energize your body in their well-equipped fitness center.
Savor delectable cuisine in their vibrant restaurant and sip expertly crafted cocktails at their scenic rooftop bar.
Do business in versatile, sophisticated meeting space and enjoy an ideal location near premier hospitals, medical centers, historic Little India and specialist stores on Orchard Road.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 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.