Hotel Lobbies unveil the New hotel openings – the newly-renovated rooms and suites at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore. Blending familiarity and daintiness, the enhancement sees the return of forefront interior designers Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA), who led the renovations of Jiang-Nan Chun restaurant in 2016 and the opening of the Hotel in 1994.
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore is positioned here as a junior suite and it features a massive 75sqm of floor space. All rooms and suites also boast large floor-to-ceiling windows providing sweeping views of the city and surrounding greenery, brightening up the rooms with plenty of natural light.
The Four Seasons Hotel Singapore offers some of the largest guest rooms in Orchard and you would be surprised to find out that even the lead-in category rooms (Deluxe Room) here measure 49 sqm in size.
Comprising four distinctive residential-style suites – the Royal Suite, Governor Suite, Ambassador Suite, and the Presidential Suite the luxurious property has only just recently completed a massive renovation of suites to reflect unfurl Singapore’s legacy through thoughtful use of key motifs, textures and color palettes to create intentionally, ambient design that portrays and acknowledges Singapore as a dynamic, cosmopolitan nation with a storied history.
The Royal Suite influenced by the nearby Singapore Botanic Gardens the contemporary interiors of the newly renovated rooms feature a natural color palette dusted with cool blue tones and lime green accents. The newly added chic open pantry and unique sofa seating unites living and dining space and is ideal for casual entertaining.
The Governor Suite features pear wood millwork offset with stylish contemporary furnishings in smoky light grey, dark wood detailing and amber tones for a smart, stately ambiance with a panoramic boulevard view. Is perfect for who need additional space, with semi-wraparound bay windows, generous bathrooms with marble furnishings and the latest in hospitality technology comforts.
The Ambassador Suite is located on the 19th floor and exudes a unique grace and charm. As colorful and rich as the intricate designs of the kamchen pottery featured in-suite – the Peranakan-inspired wall which puts together the evocative elements of Singapore’s multicultural heritage.
Through a soothing pastel blue and a composition of Peranakan tiles. This cultivated a beautiful cross-cultural appreciation in Singapore, evident through distinctive art styles, fashion, language, and recipes.
On the 19th floor of The Four Seasons Hotel Singapore – The Presidential Suite is the largest suite at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore. This incredibly spacious suite is eloquently showcased through contrasts of black and white, symbolic of old news footage and photos, with accents of gold, symbolic of its hopes and prosperity.
There’s one full marble bathroom in each bedroom with double vanity; a guest powder room; a living area; dining area with table for eight; and fully equipped kitchenette with a separate entrance.
The suites have white colonial-style doors and windows with plantation shutters reminiscent of Singapore’s colonial history, allowing for the natural light to brighten the room. The hotel’s one-bedroom suites have high ceilings, bay windows, and their own private living space.
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