Sheraton Towers Singapore to be overhauled

Sheraton Towers Singapore embarked on a $20 million upgrade project that will see a complete facelift to the facade and driveway, as well as 412 guest rooms redesigned in a transitional style.

First opened in December 1985, Sheraton Towers Singapore was designed by Hirsch Bedner Associates. The redesign will again be facilitated by interior design firm HBA, and the refurbishment project will see the use of Italian luxury brands for interior furnishings.

The appointed color scheme of the new rooms features the use of Brasilian Macassar Ebony woods and pastel shades. The marble covered bathroom is retrofitted with such comforts as the rain shower, as well as hand-held shower facilities from Damixa.


Each room will also be installed with 40-inch LED TV set, and a media hub at the writing desk. Other highlights include the branded Artemide bedside lamps that adjust with a transparent clip to full downwards and 30 degree upwards position, the new safe that opens from the top and the custom-made designer couch.

In addition, all of the guest room corridors have been refurbished to complement the guest room renovations with new carpets, wall coverings and energy saving LED lights.

Sheraton Towers Singapore's driveway was recently laid with the Brazilian Nero Nuvolato Granite. A makeover of the hotel’s facade will commence in the next phase of the refurbishment work.

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