All mod cons at the stunning Swissotel The Stamford Singapore revamp
The iconic Swissotel The Stamford Singapore standing proud in Singapore’s skyline,
Luxury has never looked so good at the newly unveiled Swissotel The Stamford Singapore
Visitors to Singapore will rejoice at the new look of the Swissotel The Stamford Singapore, which recently reopened its doors after a makeover.
The epitome of luxury, modernity, wellbeing and style, the hotel also boasts some innovative concepts.
We take a look inside.
Swissotel The Stamford Singapore gets a new lease of life
Standing proud in Singapore’s skyline, the iconic Swissotel The Stamford Singapore has unveiled its new, multi-million-dollar renovation.
This shiny new offering is sure to wow guests with its next-level luxury, unrivalled views and innovative suites.
Laying claim to being one of the tallest buildings in Southeast Asia, the hotel is in the heart of the city, close to the best shopping, entertainment, transport and culture Singapore has to offer.
Boasting an incredible 1252 guest rooms and suites, this 73-storey tower is one of the most recognisable buildings in Singapore and provides guests the very finest in classic Swiss hospitality in a luxurious setting.
Renovations and revamps
Wilson Associates is the firm behind the Swissotel The Stamford Singapore’s transformation and knows what’ what when it comes to hospitality.
The design practice has overhauled the rooms and suites, transforming them into self-contained centres of wellness, relaxation and comfort.
Taking their cues from Swiss chalets in terms of the material palette, Wilson Associates has gone for a mix of teak fixed furniture, grey accents on the walls, neutral wallpaper and minimal seating arrangements.
The Premier and Premier Harbour View Rooms have been redesigned to reflect the ultimate in 21st-century living. They are completely connected, and every element was custom built and designed.
Innovation comes in the form of the new Vitality Suites, which have a built-in wellness centre, healthy snacks in the minibar and responsive lighting and heating systems.
F&B offerings for demanding palates
Swissotel The Stamford Singapore shares its food and beverage options with its neighbouring Fairmont Raffles sister properties and three new concept offerings take centre stage.
Bar Rouge is a rooftop bar and club fit for the rich and famous, while the SKAI Restaurant and Bar serves up delicious Japanese cuisine by chef Paul Hallett.
The Stamford Brasserie is a more informal affair, catering to those who want to grab a quick bite or relax with a coffee or drink.
Let’s take a look at a few other projects currently underway by Swissotel:
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