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St Regis | Singapore

St Regis Singapore

‘The St Regis Singapore is underscored by an immaculate private art collection, I highly recommend the art tour around the hotel’

Renowned for its’ luxury and refinement to the earnest of travelers. The St Regis Singapore (click here), is a superbly appointed five-star hotel that offers timeless elegance with second to none guests services.

Conveniently located on Tanglin Road, The St Regis is a 5 minute walk to the World class shopping belt, Orchard Road offering an abundance of dining and retail options. It’s also within walking distance to Singapore’s botanical gardens, the country’s first UNESCO world heritage site.

Outside The St Regis Singapore

Check’n In:

The St Regis brand is renowned for its opulence and luxuriously appointed finishes, with Singapores’ being no exception.

As we walked through the double storey vestibule into the grand marble lobby,  natural light drenched the foyer while the chandelier glistened in the afternoon sun.  The staff greeted us swiftly and directed us straight to our room for the in-room check in.

St Regis Singapore Check-In

The Room:

We stayed in the deluxe executive suite, that overlooked the pool area and onto the St Regis residences. The suite itself was quite spacious, consisting of a lobby entrance with full mini bar and deep red mahogany finishes, the main room and it’s semi separate dining area/office with handsome writing desk and lengthy window pain and lastly a French marble bathroom with free standing bathtub that had its own flat screen.

The bed was adorned with silk throw pillows and specifically curated St Regis regal upholstery. While the hotel has a regal and eloquent charm, it still maintains a modern feel with ceiling mounted bose surround sound, large flat screen tv and automatic block out blinds.

Robe Life

Food & Beverage:

The St Regis has four different restaurants (you can check out my reviews on La Breeza and Yan Ting here & here) and a highly awarded whisky and jazz bar titled Astor bar.

Pool & Gym:

The hotel has a large variety of amenities to keep guests entertained, These range from a well equipped 24-hour gym, an outdoor pool, and water garden, the luxurious Remede Spa (which I highly recommended!), an indoor tennis court, separate male and female wet rooms, and finally a complimentary art tours that is run by concierge.

St Regis Singapore Gym

The Spa:

The St Regis Singapore houses the first Remede Spa outside of the United States. The spa specializes in a range of different methods and techniques from all across the world.

The Remede Spa

The Art Collection:

As mentioned above, The St Regis offers guests exclusive access to one of Asia’s finest private art collections titled ‘The Art of Living’. This collection is a mix of classic and contemporary original artworks from a variety of local and international artists. Such as Cheong Soo Pieng, Chen Ke Zhen, Fernando Botero, and Picasso. You can read my full blog post here.

Part Of St Regis's Private Art Collection: Botero's Dancing Couple
Frank Gehry's Fishes
Reclining Woman

Pros:

  • Remede Spa
  • 4 On-site Restaurants
  • Butler Service
  • Luxurious Finishes
  • World Class Art Collection

Cons:

  • Limited pool area – not very child friendly
Just Me & My Mate

Overall:

From the ornate chandelier entrance, the four distinct and immaculately presented restaurants, the grand ballroom and the superb art collection it is clear why The St Regis has won so many prestigious accolades and is regarded as one of the best hotels in Singapore.

The St Regis
29 Tanglin Rd,
Singapore 247911
+65 6506 6888
If you would like to see more places to stay in Singapore click here.
Kx
Disclaimer: My stay at The St Regis was provided complimentary for a review on the Krumbled website. All opinions/thoughts are my own.
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5 comments

  1. I can’t see some of your pictures on the room part – just incase you didn’t know! I also love St Regis – never been to the one in Singapore but am a fan of them in the states

    1. Hey Jessica! Thanks for that – we are working on this issue!! I completely agree too! St Regis have such fantastic hotels don’t they.

  2. How long does the art tour go for? Do you have a discount to book?? I am planning a trip there in June and am tossing up between here and somewhere in Sentosa?

    1. Hi Caitlin,
      It goes for about an hour I believe – it is well worth it I would say! I had no idea how much art was in the hotel until we did it.
      I don’t have a discount code for you! Sorry.
      How long are you going for? I would recommend to break it up! Go half or 3/4 on mainland, then perhaps 1/4 time in Sentosa! x

  3. Hi,
    Just discovered your website when looking for some hotels to stay at. This might be a bit out of my price range but looks good! Will have to keep an eye out for some sales – I have always wanted to go to Singapore – super cheap flights from New Zealand.
    Matilda

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