InterContinental Singapore stands vibrant in the heart of Singapore City Centre, the hub of arts, culture and heritage of this city state. Refurbished in 2013, this luxury hotel renews its emphatic connections with more than 20 vintage historical sites, storied national monuments, creativity-laden art institutions and expansive museums. A trip to any of these sites should give a guest an excitingly progressive glimpse of Singapore’s past and future.
Further down the neighboring areas in Bugis Village such as Arab Street, Kampong Glam and Little India which are lined or hemmed in by an array of classy boutiques, themed cafes and varied galleries, one can discover the colorful faces of Singapore, each face smiling an invitation to explore.
InterContinental Singapore Location
The beauty of InterContinental Singapore’s prime location is that it makes almost everything within reach. It stands proud in Bugis Village right beside the Bugis Junction shopping mall. It’s a few strides towards the MRT, a leisurely walk to the cinemas, restaurants, National Library and Raffles City.
Inspired by a British Colonial style, 5-star InterContinental Singapore has craftily blended modern architecture with Peranakan undertones in its shophouse rooms. Each evoke subtle touches of the multi-ethnic Kampong community of a century past. With these elegant rooms are spacious suites, comfort-driven Premier rooms, Club InterContinental rooms and a range of other top-notch rooms that make up the hotel’s four hundred and three (403) guest rooms. All of these immaculate rooms offer free Wifi and free wired Internet. For relaxation and entertainment, each has plasma TV with satellite channels, mini bar, bathtub and showers and coffee makers. Of course, when feeling a bit tired to go out dining, there’s 24-hour room service.
The Lobby Lounge
As you walk through the entrance, you’ll be awed by this huge open lobby lounge where you might get swallowed by these soft, extremely comfortable seats as you enjoy a good cup of coffee or indulge in some high classic tea like Chic-tai-tai. If tea is your cup of tea., you’ll enjoy the weekend high tea buffet that carries just about all the health-oriented kinds.
An A-List A Hotel
InterContinental Singapore is one of best hotels to stay-in when visiting Singapore. Its excellent location and facilities easily meet the practical needs of a guest, be it culture, the arts, business or plain, old-fashioned, crazy shopping!
Its staff is well-trained, efficient and always seemingly at-your-service without being intrusive.