Nestled in the heart of cultural crossroads, Andaz Singapore is surrounded by the historic Kampong Glam, Little India and the Bras Basah Bugis arts and entertainment hub, which creates a traditional immersion experience for its guests from around the world. Exhibiting numerous famous artworks by Brazilian sculptor André Mendes, Singaporean artist Ahmad Abu Bakar, New York-based Filipina artist Monica Delgado and Malaysian artist Fauzulyusri Mohd Yusof around the hotel, Andaz Singapore is merely a 20-minute drive from Changi Airport and a five-minute drive to Singapore’s Central Business District.
1. THE EXTERIOR
Designed by multi-award-winning German architect Ole Scheeren, DUO — which shows off an impressive pair of concave skyscrapers clad in a latticework of hexagonal windows — is the largest multifunctional development district that houses residences, retail spaces, offices and the Andaz Singapore hotel. The closest public transport? The Bugis MRT station.
2. THE ROOMS
In collaboration with esteemed interior architect Andre Fu, all 300-plus of Andaz Singapore hotel guestrooms boast Singapore’s urban spirit through the use of locally inspired techniques, decorative details, furniture, art and fabric. The floor-to-ceiling windows enliven spaces with natural light while framing the stunning skyline views of the city.
3. THE INDULGENCE
As an in-house guest, you will get to enjoy a complimentary minibar laden with snacks and beverages that are replenished daily, complimentary Wi-Fi and all-day complimentary refreshments at Sunroom, plus access to the Andaz Lounge Hour from 5 to 7pm daily; which serves complimentary wines and Andaz Pale Ale.
4. THE FOOD
If you live to eat – and drink, you’re going to love what Andaz Singapore has in store for you. Alley on 25 offers the vivacious experience of Singapore street dining; 665°F — halal-certified — specialises in gourmet cuts and sustainable seafood; Mr Stork doesn’t just come with an extensive drink menu but also a breath-taking 360-degree view of the city skyline; and Pandan is where you will find locally inspired cakes, sandwiches and coffee on the go.
5. THE EXTRA
Organising an event? Guess what, the hotel’s 14,800-square-foot events alleyway features four residential-style event spaces including The Glasshouse, a distinct “glass-box” venue; Garden Studio, which has an adjoining outdoor terrace; and two studios available for smaller gatherings.