By mid-2017, Andaz Singapore will welcome explorers and inspired minds to the vibrant Kampong Glam neighbourhood. As a fresh luxury lifestyle hotel, Andaz Singapore’s immersive design, indigenous cuisine and unscripted experiences will be inspired by the neighbouring areas of Little India, Bras Basah and Bugis, offering a kaleidoscopic introduction to local culture that is sure to satisfy any visitors’ thirst for exploration.
This five-star hotel in Singapore will open within Duo, a contemporary mixed-use development consisting of two concave skyscrapers — 186 m (610 ft) and 170 m (558 ft) tall, clad in a lattice of hexagonal windows — which was designed by multi award-winning German architect Ole Scheeren, a Rem Koolhaas protégé famed for creating the CCTV building in Beijing and the Prada centres in New York and Los Angeles. The new flagship development will be directly connected to the Bugis MRT station, providing easy access to Changi Airport, the city’s central business district, Marina Bay and other major shopping, dining and entertainment areas in the city centre.
All 342 guestrooms, which will showcase immersive designs and unobstructed views of the city and ocean, were designed by iconic Hong Kong interior designer Andre Fu, who is known for his work with The Upper House hotel in Hong Kong and the Opus Suite at The Berkeley in London.
Carrying the alley feeling up to the 25th floor, the flagship dining concept at Andaz Singapore will feature seven shop-house experiences in an open and fluid environment, where indigenous cooking methods can be experienced throughout the day. In addition, a rooftop bar on the 39th floor will offer a world of distinctive moments with a 360-degree view of Singapore’s skyline.
Andaz Singapore’s four flexible event venues will span 1,375 sq m (14,800 sq f) and feature ample natural light and floor-to-ceiling views of the city, making any occasion a fresh and creative experience to remember.
We look forward to welcoming everyone to Andaz Singapore, where guests will arrive as tourists and leave as locals.