The Patina – opening early 2015The Patina, Capitol Singapore, will be Patina Hotels & Resorts' flagship hotel. Blending heritage and contemporary interiors with modern technology, highly personalised service and a world-class art collection, the 157 guest rooms and suites will deliver an unparalleled experience for guests – traditional, yet contemporary; intimate, yet in the heart of the city. It will be housed in the iconic Capitol Building and Stamford House, which is being masterfully restored by Pritzker Prize Architecture Laureate, Richard Meier.
Genting Singapore – opening early 2015Genting Singapore will be the first hotel to open in Singapore's Jurong Lake District in the west of the island. Conveniently located five minutes from an MRT station, it will be situated close to the business districts within the area and a popular choice for a stay away from the city centre. The architects have adopted a “hotel in a garden” theme for the 550-room hotel, with property features including, exclusive roof gardens, sky terraces and many courtyards to complement Jurong Lake's lush tropical lakeside setting.
Park Hotel Farrer Park – opening early 2015Originally famous for where Singapore's first racecourse was located, Farrer Park will soon be home to the Park Hotel Farrer Park, a 300-room hotel conveniently located atop Farrer Park MRT. Connected via an underground walkway to Singapore's first eco shopping centre, the hotel is also a stone's throw from the northern end of Little India, where Indian cultural influences and the 24-hour Mustafa Centre will provide added colour to one's stay.
The South Beach – opening late 2015The South Beach has been conceptualised by Philippe Starck, known worldwide for his luxurious hotels and bold reworkings of entire environments. The designer hotel will hold 654 rooms and will be centrally located between Raffles Hotel and Suntec Singapore. The new area of South Beach is one of Singapore's greenest developments supported by a microclimatic canopy, a high performance glass facade and extensive sky gardens.