Business Meets Pleasure: Your Next Stay at a Citadines Apart’hotel in Singapore

Designed for discerning professionals, Citadines Apart’hotels offer contemporary living spaces in the liveliest cities of the world.

Whether you’re visiting for business or pleasure, the vibrant Lion City is equally alluring, thanks to its melting pot of cultures and cuisines.

Located in some of Singapore‘s most exciting hoods and in close proximity to the city center, Citadines Apart’hotels make good bases for exploring all that the city-state has to offer, from retail to dining.

Can’t decide where to book your next stay at? Here’s a quick guide to four of them.

1. Citadines Balestier Singapore (opening in 2019)

The spacious indoor and outdoor Residents’ Lounge at Citadines Balestier Singapore. Photo: Artist’s impression

The apartments:

Fully furnished serviced residences including studios, one-bedroom, and dual-key two-bedroom spacious apartments that are suitable for business and leisure travelers. Perfect for those looking to explore Singapore for short and long-term travels, these apartments come with amenities including washer and dryer, as well as a common launderette.

Why you’ll love it:

Not only is the property a short drive to Orchard Road and the CBD, but it’s also near Whampoa Hawker Centre, which is famous for local delicacies like rojak and Hokkien mee. Part of mixed-use development, Citadines Balestier Singapore sits atop the three-level BT Centre and comes with facilities including a swimming pool, residents’ lounge, fitness corner, and barbecue pavilion.

The facade of Citadines Balestier Singapore. Photo: Artist’s impression

Hidden gems nearby:

Heritage lovers can explore national monument Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall, while nature lovers can head to the serene Zhongshan Park for a leisurely stroll. Those looking to enjoy the thorny yet delicious durian fruit can make a beeline for the famous Balestier Combat Durian stall, which is a stone’s throw away from the property.

207 Balestier Road, Singapore 329683

2. Citadines Rochor Singapore (opening in 2019)

The facade of Citadines Rochor Singapore. Photo: Artist’s impression

The apartments:

Expect studios, one-bedroom, and loft apartments that cater to leisure travelers looking to stay in the cultural and heritage-rich locale. Each comes with a well-equipped kitchen and everything you need for a short or long-term stay.

Why you’ll love it:

Similar to Citadines Balestier Singapore, Citadines Rochor Singapore is part of an integrated development in close proximity to Tekka Place’s abundance of shopping and dining options. Located at the fringe of art and heritage district Little India, the property makes a great base for exploring the recreational and cultural attractions within the Little India and Bugis enclave. In fact, Downtown Line’s Rochor MRT Station is right at its doorstep.

Colorful spiral stairs behind the shophouses in Bugis Village. Photo: Singapore Tourism Board

Hidden gems nearby:

Fancy some round-the-clock shopping? Visit 24-hour shopping mall Mustafa at Little India. Alternatively, shop for electronics at the nearby Sim Lim Square, before ending your day with a bowl or two of the refreshing Rochor Beancurd.

2 Serangoon Road, Singapore 218227

3. Citadines Fusionopolis Singapore

Spacious high-floor loft living at Citadines Fusionopolis Singapore.

The apartments:

Designed with floor-to-ceiling glass windows, the high-floor, loft-like apartments here come with living room on the first level and bedrooms on the second. Travelers will feel right at home with the apartments’ modern and contemporary furnishings.

Why you’ll love it:

Nestled in the heart of One-North Business Park, Citadines Fusionopolis Singapore is conveniently linked to the one-north MRT station located within the building. It is also served by a wide variety of food and beverage outlets, as well as retail amenities, including a supermarket and medical facilities.

The Star Vista.

Hidden gems nearby:

When staying at Citadines Fusionopolis Singapore, don’t forget to check out the hip Holland Village, which is home to cafes, fashion boutiques, restaurants, and nightlife establishments. Look out also for a Starbucks outlet in Rochester Park, housed in an old colonial style mansion. Shopaholics will also have a ball of a time at The Star Vista, a retail sanctuary, dining paradise, and theater.

Symbiosis Tower, 3 Fusionopolis Way, Singapore 138633

4. Citadines Mount Sophia Singapore

Smart living at Citadines Mount Sophia Singapore. Photo: The Ascott Limited

The apartments:

Opt from a range of stylish studios, one-bedroom apartments, as well as a spacious two-bedroom apartment that are perfect for families. Featuring pops of color, which instantly brightens up the space, the apartments come with separate living and dining areas, as well as a fully equipped kitchen.

Why you’ll love it:

Dive right into the lively Bras Basah-Bugis district, which offers an abundance of dining and drinking options. Located just a 10-minute walk away from Bugis, Little India, and Bencoolen MRT station, Citadines Mount Sophia Singapore is well-connected to major business districts.

Nightlife at Prinsep Street. Photo: Singapore Tourism Board

Hidden gems nearby:

Foodies can check out Prinsep Street for the many bars, restaurants, and cafes. Hot favorites include Red House Seafood, Stage, and The Mind Café. Those with a penchant for luxury shopping can also take a 10-minute walk to the Orchard Road shopping belt.

8 Wilkie Road, Singapore 228095

The Ascott Limited manages other brands of serviced residences in Singapore like Ascott Orchard Singapore, Ascott Raffles Place Singapore, Somerset Bencoolen Singapore, Somerset Liang Court Singapore and the latest brand ‘lyf’ with the first property launching as lyf Funan Singapore (opening by September 2019). For the list of serviced residences in Singapore, find out more here.

This article was brought to you by The Ascott Limited.

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