Singapore Marriott Hotel completes $28-million renovation

Singapore Marriott Hotel completed a $28-million refurbishment. All guestrooms have been overhauled, and two new room categories have been introduced: Premier Deluxe Rooms and Studio Rooms.

The hotel lobby has been converted into an open plan zone, while Marriott Cafe boasts extended seating and an open kitchen block. A brand new F&B concept, Java+, completes the refurbishment.

 

Singapore Marriott Hotel opened in 1995. A total sum of $105 million has been invested into the upkeep of the property.

This latest renovation, undertaken by design team Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA), updates the hotel's decor using neutral colors and bold accent fabrics. Rooms have been fitted with furnishings, including two 1956 leather Eames Desk Chairs. Bathrooms now come with walk-in rain showers, as well as extended vanity areas. Technology upgrades include a 46-inch Samsung Full-HD Smart TV in every room.

At Marriott Cafe, 10 chefs take center stage at one of Singapore's largest open kitchen blocks; while Crossroads Cafe has taken on a new color palette. The hotel's newest F&B addition, Java+, is a premium retail deli outlet.

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