BTW workshop redesigns Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore interior

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore
The upgrades saw the introduction of a new aesthetic in the guestrooms and renovated restaurant.

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore reopened following a SG$45-million (approximately US$32-million) upgrade to its interiors, courtesy of Hong Kong-based studio BTR workshop. The upgrades included the introduction of a new aesthetic in the guestrooms and a renovated restaurant.

None of the hotel’s 565 rooms are alike, with four locally curated wallpaper designs highlighting a Singaporean theme, namely bicycles, orchids, goldfish and shop houses. Each room has Wi-Fi connectivity, USB charger outlets, walk-in showers and king-sized “floating” beds with 300-thread count linen.

Executive suites also have a pull-out sofa bed, a pantry, a microwave and a fridge.

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The 18-story hotel also has a club lounge located on the 17th floor with views across the surrounding residential neighborhood.

For dining, J65 is a new restaurant. The lobby also houses a café and snack bar named Jen’s Kitchen On-the-Go.

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

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