Always striving to give only the best to its guests, The St. Regis Singapore has consistently earned the much- coveted title of one of the best hotels in the world, winning numerous awards. Opened on December 22, 2007, the prestigious hotel is fortuitously located at the crossroads of Orchard and Tanglin Roads. Ever eager to improve its impeccable range of services, The St. Regis Singapore recently announced the debut of several new St. Regis Aficionado programmes.
Now guests are provided with the chance to experience quintessential Peranakan culture, design a custom scent in the comfort of their room, and are able to reserve a private appointment with Singaporean bespoke tailor Kevin Seah. Moreover, guests also have the chance to taste some of the finest rare-vintage whiskies with Auld Alliance.
Of course, travelling to Seah’s atelier in Boat Quay, one of Singapore’s scenic heritage sites, can only be done with panache, via a customised St. Regis Bentley that guarantees luxury, comfort and style. Back at the hotel, guests are welcomed with a swish of indulgence and refinement that are rare to find anywhere else. The hotel, designed by the much-celebrated architect WATG, exemplifies everlasting elegance.
Staying true to its century-old roots, The St. Regis continues to be the apex of chic, providing only the best of everything. This includes the hotel’s famous butler service, which gives all guests access to an omnipresent, but never intrusive, personal butler who will accommodate their every need and preference.
The St. Regis is a pioneer in its field, featuring many firsts for Singapore, including Singapore’s first ballroom that features large skylights. The establishment also champions art, boasting one of the best private art collections in Asia. Guests can enjoy a 30-minute tour of the art collection every evening at The St. Regis Singapore with “The Art of Living” to gain a glimpse into the lives and works of some of the world’s best artists, including Chagall, Gu Gan, architect Frank Gehry, as well as Singaporean artists such as Chen Wen Hsi, and Georgette Chen.
After a tour of one of the most spectacular collections of fine art in Asia, guests can relax at Remède Spa, famous for its high standards, and for offering a wide range of personalised experiences inspired by rituals dating back to Ancient Rome. The spa includes opulent features, from a sensorial lounge with an aquarium, heated wave loungers, a sauna to the award-winning Warm Jade Stone Massage and Black Olive Eucalyptus Scrub. Guests can then conclude this singular experience with artisanal chocolates and floral teas as they enjoy the outdoor spa pool designed to rejuvenate both the mind and the body in an urban sanctuary within the hustle and bustle of the city.
Later on, guests may opt to dine at one of the award-winning restaurants at The St. Regis Singapore. When in the mood for Eastern cuisine, they can simply head to Yan Ting. Yan Ting pays homage to its Cantonese heritage with classic Cantonese meals accompanied with luxurious designs in a contemporary setting. Not one for limitations, The St. Regis Singapore’s LaBrezza—Italian for “the breeze”—is aptly located by the tropical pool of the hotel, where the hotel presents dishes from all over Italy by using only the freshest of seasonal produce to bring out the best of each flavour. Lastly, Brasserie Les Saveurs provides guests with gastronomic experiences inspired by natural French epicureanism, from classic comfort foods to local favourites.
As the day approaches to a close, guests can then conclude with drinks among friends at the Astor Bar. Entering the establishment gives the impression of being transported to a scene in a classic Bogart movie. The décor is lavishly adorned with wood, leather and contemporary art pieces that exude a cozy and elegant allure. Guests can choose from a huge variety of cocktails, wines, and champagnes: it is the perfect and most sophisticated way to end, or start, the night. ￼