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The St. Regis Singapore


The St. Regis Singapore is a luxury city hotel that boasts of opulent amenities and services. The 299-room hotel features a metal and glass-clad façade and a fleet of gleaming Bentleys parked at the entrance that give a glimpse of the lavish experience inside. The hotel welcomed Prince Harry in 2017, and it's easy to see why he chose to stay here.

The St. Regis Singapore Location

Located on the fringe of Orchard Road, the hotel offers easy access to the city's swanky malls, with both the Orchard MRT station and the lush greenery of the Singapore Botanic Garden just an eight-minute stroll away. The Central Business District is easily accessible by taxi.

The St. Regis Singapore Design

The St. Regis Singapore is a luxurious place to spend and splurge, offering chauffeur-driven Bentley transfers and decadent treatments at the Remède spa. The public spaces feature exquisite artworks worth approximately S$10 million (£5 million), including paintings by masters such as Picasso and Chen Ke Zhan, and sculptures by Fernando Botero and Jenkell Laurence. The hotel's Beaux Arts and Chinoiserie-style public spaces are part of a collection that can be viewed by way of the hotel's art tour held daily at 6 pm (reservations required).

The St. Regis Singapore Pool

The St. Regis Singapore Facilities

Butlers are assigned to all rooms and suites and are well-trained to attend to guests' every need, including packing and unpacking luggage, firing up internet access on laptops, and preparing hot chocolate for kids upon arrival. The Remède spa has five treatment rooms, a two-room mani-pedi studio by Bastien Gonzalez, a Finnish sauna, an ice fountain, and a steam chamber. Other facilities include a pool and tennis court.


The St. Regis Singapore Rooms

The Art Deco-style rooms are well-appointed and spacious, with sumptuous leather-bound bedheads, Chinoiserie silk-panelled walls, quaint chandeliers, and luxurious French marble-clad bathrooms with amenities from Remède spa. There are eight different room categories, starting with Executive Deluxe and Grand Deluxe rooms (50 to 52 square metres), up to the King Cole suite (135 square metres) and the Presidential suite (335 square metres).


The St. Regis Singapore Dining

The hotel has six food and drink spots, including one Michelin-starred Shinji by Kanesaka, which serves top-notch sushi set courses and an excellent tasting menu. Guests can also enjoy contemporary Italian fare at LaBrezza, fine Cantonese dining at Yan Ting, and French cuisine and afternoon tea at Brasserie Les Saveurs. The Astor Bar serves cocktails, and guests staying in the Suites can enjoy a complimentary cocktail and canapé daily from 6 pm to 10 pm.


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