Hotel Review: St. Regis Singapore Has it All

Hotel Review: An Old World atmosphere mixed with an Upper Eastside attitude makes up the ambiance at the St. Regis Singapore. Parked outside the hotel, a procession of shiny Bentley's line the street as a reminder that your luxury vacation in Singapore has begun. The customized Bentleys come with chauffeurs who ensure your every need is attended to as you arrive at every destination in class.

Set in the heart of prestigious downtown, the exquisite St. Regis Singapore is located on Tanglin Road, only minutes from Singapore's most famous Shopping District, Orchard Road. The hotel is also home to some one of Asia's finest private art collections ranging from a sculpture by celebrated Colombian artist Fernando Botero to a sketch by Spanish artist Joan Miró to a painting by national treasure Chen Wen Hsi. These originals grace the interiors alongside paintings by Fernand Léger and Marc Chagall. Upon entering the lobby, the Chinoiserie ornamentations and imagery demand your attention while hand-cut crystal chandeliers from the Czech Republic provide a welcoming tone.

Each of the 299 rooms and suites at the St. Regis Singapore has an individual appointed butler to personally meet your every need. Each room is lavishly detailed with crystal chandeliers, designer fabrics and original art pieces that inspire modern affluence. At 75 square meters, the spacious Executive Suites come with Sealy Pillow-Top Mattresses, 350 thread count sheets, a French marble bathroom complete with bathrobes and Kimonos, and exclusive spa toiletries by Laboratoire Remède Spa. For an added touch, remote control operated curtains are provided to allow guests to manage them from the comfort of their bed.

Located near many tourist attractions, guests enjoy sights like the Singapore Flyer, the world's largest observation wheel, and the free-ranging Singapore Zoo which holds the largest captive orangutan group spanning over 220-acres.

After an afternoon of sight-seeing, take a dip in the 26.9 meter long outdoor swimming pool set amongst a tropical landscape and luxuriant fountain for a break from the busyness of the city below. While basking on the deck chairs or shade of the cabanas, allow the staff to bring you chilled drinks from the bar to enhance your relaxing experience.

The hotel also features a well-equipped gym; an indoor tennis court; and a spa with seven treatment rooms, a Vichy shower room, a marble-filled steam chamber and cedarwood sauna. The Remède Spa at The St. Regis Singapore includes a skilled staff of aestheticians and therapists equipped to make your experience unforgettable with exotic teas, chilled Champagnes and flavored chocolates.

Following your massage or facial, indulge in the savory offerings of Yan Ting, the St. Regis Singapore's esteemed restaurant, led by Chef Shao's masterful direction and philosophy of pairing authentic Cantonese with a modern presentation. Inside Yan Ting, the elegant traditional Chinese art and modern Chinese elements ensure a dining experience fit for royalty. For dinner options, the menu includes shark's fin and abalone dishes that should not be missed. Guests can also opt for one of the avant-garde tasting menus with wine pairings which can be ordered in private dining rooms for special occasions.

Book this hotel now with confidence! Personal Service. Best Rate Guarantee. 100% Luxury Hotels. Book Now! Finally, unwind before bed in the deep tub in the center of the marble-filled bathroom with heated mirrors and well stocked fluffy towels from Ploh. As you prepare for bed, click your curtains shut, close your eyes and reward yourself for the perfect hotel selection with a long and peaceful sleep. See all Luxury Hotels in Asia

Nicolle Monico

Nicolle is an award-winning writer and Travel Editor using her expertise in the industry to write about luxury travel around the world. You can find her daily searching the web for the latest trends, best new hotels and most beautiful destinations to visit and share with her readers. She's been featured on The Huffington Post, Hard Assets, AMD Entertainment and Remy Martin. In 2014, she was vo...(Read More)

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