Singapore Marriot Hotel

Jun 29, 2012

Located in the heart of the city’s business, shopping and entertainment district, Singapore Marriott Hotel is best known for its iconic green pagoda roof at the corner of Scotts Road and Orchard Road.

The hotel opened in 1995 and has since been the recipient of a number of awards and accolades. Now as iconic inside as it is outside, the Singapore Marriott Hotel has undergone a transformation. The Singapore 5 star hotel’s lobby is at its resplendent best. Every guest room has been redesigned and smartly decorated with thoughtful state-of-the-art finishing, such as 46-inch Full-HD Smart TV and two signature 1956 Eames Desk Chairs. The bathroom features a large walk-in rain shower area with resting bench and extended vanity area.

Singapore Marriott Hotel boasts 393 guest rooms across 10 categories. The most spacious of all room categories, Tang Un Tien Suite (151sqm) comes with a master bedroom and an attached spacious bathroom. The modest hall is equipped with state-of-the-art entertainment facilities, a separate conference table and a fully-equipped study allowing for work in privacy.

Culinary delights abound at our award-winning restaurants, including the refurbished Crossroads Cafe and Marriott Cafe, Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant and Pool Grill, and Java+.

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