If you are feeling indulgent, this is a hotel to try. Relatively new, it is expensive in my opinion but worth it for me.
There was a hiccup in the price of the room type I booked but that was smoothened out by the hotel staff eventually which did not spoil my experience. If you drive and wish to park at this hotel, please note it is not situated at the hotel itself but about ten minutes' walk away. The underground carpark is share with The Fullerton and shops at One Fullerton. The carpark price is preposterous in town so don't forget to ask for complimentary ticket from the hotel when you check out.
If you are coming with someone who cannot walk very far, there is a drop off right in front of the hotel. Likewise if you are travelling solo but with tons of luggage and you are the driver yourself, like me, I dropped my luggage off at the entrance with the bellhop/concierge, they take care of your luggage while you drive off to the carpark.
I would not recommend this place for families only because the room on average is small. It is decked out in a very masculine art decor wooden look and every space of the room is efficiently used. So I would not know where you can put your humongous pram (I saw one family put it outside their room) nor your wheelchair unless it folds two times. Corridor to the rooms relatively narrow, ie, hard for two larger than average persons to walk side by side.
I especially like the room also because it comes with a balcony albeit narrow. The bathroom is a see-through to the bed type so you can lie in the bathtub and view the television through the glass wall of the bathroom. Shampoos and conditioners and lotion are of the Bulgari brand...Bed is nice and comfortable with pillows that are soft. If you wish a harder type you may request.
Depending on which side of the hotel your room is, I got the one facing the pier with still a view of Marina Bay on the far right. I heard the room facing the Marina Bay is even cooler, so check it out if you can. Not a room where your kids can run around, they probably knock themselves into some furniture piece. Not a family hotel, period. More of a business type hotel that exudes serious business stiffness. Wish it has a slightly more feminine touch. Try the high tea on the ground floor if you have the chance. If you are famished, it can taste really nice. There are better ones in other hotels but at least it is good touch for the hotel to offer a classy high tea, by the waters.
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