Introducing Adina Singapore Orchard

The first Asian outpost by Australian hospitality brand Adina occupies the former Regency House Singapore.

The reception at Adina Singapore Orchard by night. (All photos courtesy of Far East Hospitality)

Travelers who desire home comforts while spending at least six nights in the Lion City should look to Adina Serviced Apartments Singapore Orchard. Managed by Far East Hospitality, the rebranded property has just opened today (July 7), and represents the first-ever foray into Asia for Sydney-based Adina Apartment Hotels. It’s located within the Orchard Road shopping belt, and in close proximity to attractions such as Fort Canning Park, Clarke Quay, the Emerald Hill neighborhood, and the National Museum of Singapore.

A short walk from both Somerset and Dhoby Ghaut MRT stations, the property occupies the former Regency House Singapore, which has been refreshed with improved product offerings to align with the Adina brand. Spanning three different categories – Studios, 2-Bedroom, and 3-Bedroom apartments – the 88 accommodations now come with touches like potted eucalyptus plants, Australia-made furnishings, and books from Down Under. Unit sizes range from 36 square meters for a Studio to 112 square meters for a 3-Bedroom apartment.

At the newly renovated lobby, guests will be handed a fruity popsicle at check in, while a new Australian-inspired welcome hamper with snacks and tea, plus a branded fedora hat, await inside the apartment. Residents also have the option of ordering their groceries online via gourmet retailer Ryan’s Grocery even before they arrive, ensuring their kitchens are stocked with fresh food sourced directly from artisanal producers in Western Australia. Each apartment comes with bathroom amenities from Sydney-based brand Ink & Water, which takes inspiration from the city’s contemporary café culture.

An Australian-inspired welcome hamper at the property.

Adina Singapore Orchard occupies the former Regency House Singapore on Penang Road.

A seating area in the newly renovated lobby.

The master bedroom of a 3-Bedroom apartment at Adina Singapore Orchard.

Adina also provides ingredients, including an assortment of hams and cheeses, for a Make Your Own Sandwich experience at its breakfast lounge; Perk Me Up Coffee Mondays allow the socially inclined to sample capsules from a variety of roasters while mingling with other in-house guests. Communal facilities elsewhere on the property include barbecue pits, a 10th-floor lounge with a menu of light refreshments, a compact gym, and a rooftop swimming pool.

For insider recommendations about Singapore, guests are given a curated seasonal neighborhood guide, which also includes a bicycle route designed by the Adina team. Residents can enjoy exclusive privileges at partner establishments in the surrounding area, including Sarnies, Sandbox VR Singapore, Max Out Fitness, and KPO Café Bar.

As for the property’s opening special, guests will receive an exclusive Adina gift set and dining vouchers worth S$100 (US$71) when they book and stay before September 30, 2022.

The updated living room of a 2-Bedroom apartment.

Inside the kitchen and dining area of a 2-Bedroom apartment.

Studios fit all the essential home comforts into 36 square meters of living space.

All guests will be given a fedora hat as a welcome amenity.

The rooftop pool at Adina Singapore Orchard.

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