Experiences

Centrally located in Singapore, just steps away from Newton MRT Station, hotel guests can explore the city at ease with convenient access to the island’s best attractions. Discover the vibrant and multicultural heritage of Singapore through your tastebuds and experience a world-class shopping paradise at the iconic Orchard Road. Spend the afternoon in Marina Bay or visit The Singapore Flyer, a giant observation wheel located at Downtown Core, near our hotel.

On-Site Outlets
Fitness Centre

Fitness Centre

Outdoor Swimming Pool

Swimming

Outdoor Pool

Mon-Sun: 7:00 AM-7:00 PM

Outdoor

Towels provided

Marina Barrage

More than just an ordinary reservoir, the Marina Barrage is an ideal recreational space with spectacular views of the waterfront and city skyline.

Singapore Flyer

Marvel at the panoramic views of the Marina Bay and beyond from Asia’s Largest Giant Observation Wheel.

Gardens by the Bay

Embark on a green adventure with breath-taking waterfront views and super-sized trees at Gardens by the Bay.

Local Eats

Experience Singapore's unique hawker culture and have a taste of some of our favourite eats.

Swimming Pool

Local Favorites

A popular seafood dish among locals and foreigners in Singapore, mud crabs are stir-fried in a sweet, savoury and slightly spicy gravy, best eaten by dipping with mantou (fried or steamed buns).

Proudly crowned as Singapore's 'national dish', succulent steamed white chicken is cut into bite-size and served on fragrant rice topped with coriander leaves and sesame oil, accompanied by a tangy garlic-chilli dip.

A classic Singaporean breakfast which includes toasted bread with butter and kaya spread - a jam made from eggs, sugar, coconut milk and pandan leaves. Eat like the locals do and dip the bread in a duo of soft-boiled eggs dashed with dark soy sauce and a dusting of white pepper.

A notable Malay rice dish with rich flavours commonly served with ingredients like fried chicken, roasted nuts, eggs, ikan bilis (also known as fried anchovies), slices of cucumber and sambal (spicy chilli paste). The aromatic rice is cooked with coconut milk and pandan leaves.

A type of flatbread with origins from India, Roti means 'bread', and prata means 'flat' in Hindi. Made by pan-frying stretched dough, Roti Prata comes with a variety of fillings and can be served plain or with eggs, dipped in fish or mutton curry. Modern variations with cheese, chocolate or even ice-cream are also available.

Similar to kebabs, marinated pieces of meat are grilled on a skewer and typically served with a spicy peanut sauce dip.

Not your typical carrot cake dessert, the Fried Carrot Cake is made of radish cake cubes stir-fried with eggs and preserved radish. Two variations are available - the white and the black, with the latter being cooked with sweet soy sauce.

Often eaten as a side dish or as an appetiser, Rojak is a local salad of mixed vegetables and fruits, drizzled with a sweet and sour sauce comprising prawn paste, sugar and lime.

An iconic flavourful dish with mixed Indian and Chinese origins, a fish head is simmered in spicy curry and served with assorted vegetables including eggplant and ladyfingers.

Local Shopping

Treat yourself to a little retail therapy.

Pool Deck

Popular Locations

Nearest MRT: Orchard MRT Station

Experience a world-class shopping paradise at Orchard Road, located a short walk from the hotel. Browse artwork and luxury retailers or settle with a cuppa and people-watch along the stretch of the bustling street.

Nearest MRT: Harbourfront MRT Station

One of the largest shopping malls in Singapore, VivoCity is an iconic retail, entertainment & lifestyle mall with a vibrant mix of retail and entertainment concepts. Located near the waterfront and Sentosa, a realm of relaxation and entertainment options are readily available.

Nearest MRT: Bugis MRT Station

Located in the heart of Singapore’s Civic and Cultural District, Bugis is home to swanky malls, charming boutiques, street markets and sidewalk cafes with exciting dining and retail choices for all.

Multi-Cultural Heritage

Discover Singapore's distinctive multi-cultural identity and learn more about the Chinese, Malay and Indian communities.

Royal Suite View

Multiculturalism in Singapore

Home to Singapore’s Indian community, the vibrant district of Little India offers a myriad of experiences for locals and tourists alike. Kickstart the day with breakfast at the wet market, Tekka Centre, and take a walk along the stretch of heritage-rich shop house followed by a temple run at Sri Veeramakaliamman Temple, one of Singapore’s oldest Hindu temples.

Get fancy with traditional henna tattoos, browse for affordable buys at the 24-hour mega mall, Mustafa Centre, and end the day off with a spread of authentic Indian cuisine.

Widely known as a Malay enclave, there’s more to the lively ethnic district of Kampong Glam than the iconic beautiful landmark, Sultan Mosque, and the Malay Heritage Centre. Hidden within the lanes are rows of quaint cafes, fashion boutiques and cool wall murals, perfect for an #ootd opportunity. During the fasting month of Ramadan leading to Hari Raya Aidilfitri, the streets come alive with buzzing activities and vendors. 

Don’t miss a weekend binge at Kampong Glam with a gastronomic tour of Middle Eastern and traditional Malay fare.

Where old meets new, the enchanting neighborhood offers fascinating experiences that are sure to delight all ages. Find moments of tranquility at the historic Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum and trace the footsteps of Singapore’s early Chinese Immigrant community at the Chinatown Heritage Centre.

Immerse in the Chinese culture and indulge in sumptuous treats along the bustling streets lined with local street hawkers, chic bars and restaurants.

Arts & Entertainment

Explore the vibrant arts scene and electrifying nightlife experience of Singapore.

Lobby Bar

Local Activities

Fondly dubbed as "the Durian” by Singaporeans for its striking resemblance to the king of fruits, Esplanade holds a 1,600-seat concert hall, a 2,000-seat theatre, and numerous other intimate performance venues. The performing arts centre located along Marina Bay hosts a diverse line-up of dance, music and theatre performances in addition to enthralling art exhibitions.

Experience the world's largest public display of modern Southeast Asian art at the award-winning gallery of National Gallery Singapore.

An annual celebration of visual arts that takes place in the month of January, Singapore Art Week is the leading, go-to visual arts season in Southeast Asia, attracting both local and international visitors alike. The celebration of the visual arts takes place in various venues across Singapore, from galleries and museums to art precincts and unconventional spaces.

Once a historical riverside quay in Singapore, the bustling Clarke Quay district situated on the banks of the Singapore River is now a must-visit for party-goers. Featuring dance clubs to live music venues and rooftop bars, it’s the perfect spot to unwind with a pint of beer and an irresistible view.

Soak in the sight of Singapore’s bustling Bay area at sunset, as you stroll along the scenic waterfront promenade decorated with artistic sculptures and take a selfie with Singapore’s national icon, the statue of the Merlion.

Nature & Wildlife

Enjoy a tranquil walk or hike at the many gardens and parks in the green city.

Cabana Guest Room Balcony

Gardens & Parks

Located in central Singapore and just five minutes away from Orchard Road, the Singapore Botanic Gardens is Singapore’s first UNESCO Heritage Site. More than 10,000 species of tropical flora including rare orchids and ancient trees are spread over its 82-hectares area, making it a splendor sight not to be missed. For a perfect park day out, pack your picnic basket and pick your favourite spot to embrace the wonders of nature.

Embark on a green adventure with breath-taking waterfront views and super-sized trees at Gardens by the Bay, a national garden and premier horticultural attraction for local and international visitors. With its award-winning cooled conservatories, iconic Supertrees, and signature festivals, the Gardens is a source of national pride and a place that everyone can enjoy. Visitors can look forward to a tranquil respite from the bustling city and a stunning view of the Singapore skyline amidst the lush greenery and gorgeous blooms.

Apart from being a popular scenic spot for nature lovers and exercise enthusiasts, MacRitchie Reservoir Park boasts an ideal sanctuary for bird watching and offers several hiking routes within the forested areas. Take a hike into the reserves to enjoy nature and challenge yourself to the 250-metre TreeTop Walk, a free-standing suspension bridge that connects two of the highest points in MacRitchie with a bird's eye view of the flora and fauna in the forest canopy.

The Coast-to-Coast (C2C) Trail is a 36km trail that spans across Singapore, stretching across nature areas, parks and park connectors from Jurong Lake Gardens in the west to Coney Island Park in the northeast. Explore the native biodiversity in this one-of-a-kind curated walking experience across the island.

A great outdoor adventure awaits at Coney Island, an ecologically sustainable park which houses a wide variety of habitats, fauna and flora, including the critically endangered. Pose for a shot at the iconic Coney Island gate located on the East and West entrance, cycle along the 2.4km main path or take a stroll on the untouched trails, spot the native wildlife and relax on the hidden white sand beaches.

Tip: Visit in the morning or late evenings to avoid the blistering sun.

Hop on a bumboat from Changi Village and take a day tour to the island sanctuary of Pulau Ubin, a rustic gem tucked away from the mainland. Enjoy a leisurely walk on the nature trails or rent a bike and embark on an exhilarating ride across the island’s rugged terrain. Along the way, stop by the quarry to enjoy the mesmerizing beauty of the granite hills and stunning views of the aqua-colored lake. Don’t miss a visit to Chek Jawa Wetlands, a unique natural area comprising six major habitats - sandy beach, rocky beach, seagrass lagoon, coral rubble, mangroves, and coastal forest.

Tip: Bring along insect repellent, sunblock and sufficient cash for expenses on the island.