The residential-inspired hotel lures with stylish suites and unparalleled views of Singapore River.
First announced in 2014, the swanky InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay has now opened its doors, setting itself apart from other hotels in the area with its residential-inspired concept.
The hotel’s prime spot along Singapore River puts it in close proximity to dining options and vibrant art houses, where guests will find it an ease to explore.
Designed by award-winning architectural firm SCDA, the property magnifies the familiar comforts of home with plush, custom-made furnishings.
In a nutshell, Intercontinental Singapore Robertson Quay looks set to be one’s home away from home, whether you’re traveling for work or play.
Using elements from Robertson Quay’s industrial and intriguing past has resulted in the use of rich Italian marble, slate, brushed copper and bronzes within the property, which blend seamlessly into the residential surrounds.
Guests can look forward to 225 luxurious studios and suites, including an expansive Penthouse, which has unparalleled views of Singapore River and the vibrant city via floor-to-ceiling windows. To enhance their stay, all rooms will also offer bespoke amenities such as a specially designed in-room cocktail kit by local bar guru Proof & Co.
Apart from venturing into the eclectic mix of alfresco dining, wine bars, arts houses and hotel cafes in Robertson Quay, guests will also be spoilt for choice by culinary options within the hotel. Established as part of a holistic dining and lifestyle destination, the hotel boasts a wide range of restaurant and bar concepts.
Lovers of Italian cuisine will appreciate Publico, a multi-concept dining destination comprising a deli, bar and ristorante with adjoining terrazzo. Other highlights include New York institution Wolfgang’s Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener, and a bar and dining concept from the team behind Izy Sushi.
Room rates at the hotel start from US$208.75 as part of an opening offer for stays between October 12 and November 30 2017. For more information, visit their website.