Rooms stack up in Sin­ga­pore

Business Traveller (Middle East) - - Upfront -

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.

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