Located on Level 3 of Singapore’s iconic sports and entertainment venue, the Jack Daniel’s Sky Bar is a newly refurbished space with a bird’s eye view of the arena bowl. Here, during select events, you get to savour the distinct character and flavour of Jack Daniel’s world renowned Tennessee whiskey products along with special Jack Daniel’s cocktail mixes.
Jack Daniel’s will also support the SIS concessionaire’s operation of a mobile bar at the venue’s East Entrance, and outdoor tents at the Premium Entrance.
'This tie-up with Singapore Indoor Stadium comes at an opportune time. It gives us tremendous opportunity to expose our brand. Customers can now enjoy Jack Daniel’s in a cosy branded JD bar while catching the many great concerts and performers that SIS attracts. The Jack Daniel’s sky bar affirms our commitment to give our customers the best whiskey in a great environment.' said Mr. Brian Bulacja, Business Development Manager for SEA, Jack Daniel’s.
With 888 rooms and 4 different types of rooms to choose from, you can be sure that there will always be one to meet your exacting needs. V Hotel has taken great care in crafting each and every room, because your comfort is of paramount importance to them. Look around and you will see a careful attention to detail, from chic décor to plush furnishing. For your personal safety and privacy, each floor is accessible only with an electronic card key. Everything is designed so you can sleep easy for a good night's rest.
All rooms are fitted with:
- 32-inch LCD television
- High-speed WiFi Internet access
- Mini refrigerator and hairdryer
- In-room electronic safe
- Full length wardrobe
- Pocket spring mattress
- Quality linen and bed spreads
- Complimentary toiletries and bathroom slippers
- Complimentary beverages (tea, coffee and bottled water)
- Tea-making facilities
Hope to spice up your day without leaving the comfort of your hotel? They offer an array of leisure facilities on their Sky Terrace, your one-stop recreation hub. Embark on a fitness regime at the pool or the gym. Relax in a sedentary cocoon at the al fresco café. Or expand your horizons with unobstructed views of the surroundings. Be it a holiday or business trip, your stay will always be an extra pleasurable one.
Within the hotel, a delightful spread of shopping and dining options reveals itself. Satisfy your retail impulses with a fine selection of local and international boutiques. Appease your gastronomic cravings as you sample the very best of Singapore's local cuisines at the food court, or grab a quick bite on the go at one of the many fast food outlets. There is never a lack of choice at V Hotel.
Conveniently located directly above Lavender MRT Station, V Hotel is a 20-minute train ride away from Changi International Airport and minutes away from Orchard Road, Singapore's premier shopping belt. In close proximity lies Golden Mile Complex, the start and rest point of many Singapore-Malaysia long-distance coaches. If Malaysia is the next destination in your travels, V Hotel is the ideal choice for that added convenience. For those with a keen interest in sports, you'll be delighted to know that Jalan Besar Stadium and the Singapore Indoor Stadium (future sports hub) are in the area as well.
Stadium MRT Station was commissioned through the Marina Line Architectural Design Competition jointly organized by the Singapore Land Transport Authority and the Singapore Institute of Architects. The open, anonymous international competition, requiring no track record is acknowledged by the industry as one of the best run competitions held in Singapore to date. The Land Transport Authority continued their commitment to design throughout the design development and construction phases.
Stadium MRT Station is designed to enhance the urban quality of the surrounding areas as well as to provide world class transport facilities. Located at Stadium Boulevard, Stadium MRT Station will serve the surrounding entertainment and leisure facilities as well as the nearby East Coast condominiums by way of the pedestrian bridge across the Kallang River.
The station design has been shaped by the need to accommodate surge crowds from the Singapore Indoor Stadium, Kallang Theatre and the National Stadium. The introduction of the MRT system into the area will change the nature of the precinct from a primarily vehicular area to a pedestrian place. The station forms a strong armature in the area, which future developments can be plugged into and organized around.
To address the large ground-level crowds, the station has been designed with an at-grade, open-air concourse and plaza. The open-air concourse prevents crushing and panic situations that could occur with crowds squeezing into confined, below-ground spaces. The ground-level entrance plaza will also create opportunities for the surrounding developments, currently inward-looking, to create and enhance external, ground-level activities. Shady trees, benches and meeting places will make the MRT plaza a much-used integral part of the use of this recreational and residential area. The station is open-ended, and designed to link to future developments in the area at ground level.
Inspired by landscape forms and the art of Richard Serra, the form of the station is generated both by the flow of crowds down into the station, and inflected by the massive, curved forms of the stadium. The design contrasts a linear element against a curved one. The interior of the station abstracts geological forms, creating a shimmering, glassy grotto below the opaque massive elements above. Pedestrian movement dramatizes perception of the space, as the escalators slide below the curve above, transporting commuters from the concourse at grade to the platform at basement 2.
The station creates a major dramatic space that gives the public a moment of spatial grandeur in their daily commute, as traditional train stations in Europe do. A central skylight creates an attractive, day-lit platform. Openings in the above-ground forms allow views down to the platform from the ground level plaza. The ribbed aluminium cladding system was custom designed by the architects to create an ambiguous material, sometimes soft like fabric, sometimes hard like stone, sometimes metallic, that changes with the quality of light and the time of day. A single extrusion can be orientated 4 ways to create endless variation in the relationship of the panels. The grey, stepped, curved forms preserve a memory of Singapore’s National Stadium, soon to be demolished.