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.
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.