Four Points Singapore, Riverview to open in 2016

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide will debut its Four Points brand in Singapore with Keck Seng Hotel, a unit of Keck Seng Group. Slated to open by the end of 2016, Four Points Singapore, Riverview marks the entry of the brand in Singapore.

Located by the Singapore River and within close proximity to the central business district, Four Points Singapore, Riverview will be a conversion of the former Riverview Hotel on 382 Havelock Road. The property is near Boat Quay and Clarke Quay.

With a $17.8-million renovation and redesign currently underway, Four Points Singapore, Riverview will have 476 guestrooms. The hotel will also have several food and beverage options, including an all-day dining restaurant, a Japanese and a Chinese restaurant and a bar with alfresco seating by the river.

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Other hotel facilities will include a fitness center, an outdoor pool and 876 square meters (9,429 square feet) of meeting and ballroom space.

Four Points Singapore, Riverview joins Starwood’s portfolio in Singapore, where the company currently operates four properties under its Sheraton, Westin, St. Regis and W brands.

PHOTO SHOWS THE CURRENT RIVERVIEW HOTEL THAT WILL BECOME THE FOUR POINTS SINGAPORE, RIVERVIEW BY THE END 2016

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