Rooms stack up in Singapore
FROM THE 59TH FLOOR of Marina Bay Sands to the 69th floor of Swissotel The Stamford, you can certainly live the high life in Singapore – and there is another new vantage point in the Lion City.
The recently opened Andaz Singapore has a rooftop bar, Mr Stork, on the 39th floor which offers more skyscraper-strewn n views. The 342-room hotel – the first Andaz in Southeast Asia – begins on floor or 25 with a lobby merging into an alley with th five restaurants and two bars.
The luxury lifestyle property contains artworks by Brazilian sculptor André Mendes, local Singaporean artist Ahmad Abu Bakar, New York-based Filipina artist Monica Delgado and Malaysian artist Fauzulyusri Mohd Yusof. Book before January 31 (two or more nights) and receive 20 per cent off your room and 3,000 World of Hyatt bonus points.
Accorhotels has opened two adjacent properties under its Novotel and Mercure brands as part of an integrated lifestyle hub in the city’s Orchard District that offers a total of 772 rooms and 14 dining outlets.
Taking their names from their location on Stevens Road, a short distance from the city’s popular Orchard Road, the Novotel Singapore on Stevens and the larger Mercure Singapore on Stevens each have their own F&B offerings, though the majority are housed in what Accorhotels describes as nine “pods”, offering local and international cuisine.