From an exceptional location to fantastic wining and dining and spacious, stylish rooms, the JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach easily ticks the box as one of the city’s most exciting properties for both business and leisure guests.
Led by General Manager Nick Heath, the JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach also oozes style and sophistication thanks to its interior design by the legendary Philippe Starck alongside Foster and Partners.
“A design-led landmark near Suntec City in City Hall, JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach offers an artful balance of historic heritage and contemporary style in close proximity to the Central Business District and leading Singapore attractions,” Heath said.
“Here, you’ll find impeccably designed rooms and suites appointed with 5-star amenities, complimentary Wi-Fi and sleek, marble bathrooms.
“You’ll find respite in the immaculately appointed hotel accommodations with elegant interiors, intuitive amenities and sleek marble bathrooms.
“You can also delight your palate with sophisticated fare at our stylish restaurants, and sip creative cocktails with friends and colleagues in our bars, which offer a chic downtown atmosphere.”
“At the JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beac, you can also plan an unforgettable event in breathtaking event venues, including our elegant, standalone Grand Ballroom with iconic interiors and a stunning Forest of Lights.
“After a full day of business, shopping or exploring Singapore’s downtown core, refresh your senses at our signature hotel spa or visit our scenic sky gardens. Work, dine, relax and explore with us at JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach.”
Heath is right on the delighting your palate, given you can savour an award-winning international buffet at Beach Road Kitchen, discover celebrity chef Akira Back’s signature modern Japanese cuisine, and experience the delights of the NCO Club next door, which sits on a legacy of Singapore’s evolution with rich heritage dating back to the 1950s.
The three-storey entertainment lifestyle destination features four eclectic concepts in Madame Fan, a lifestyle-dining modern Cantonese restaurant, Cool Cats, a live music lounge and cocktail bar, Stags’ Room, which features a private reserve of wines by coravin, and the Fish Pool, an electrifying raw bar showcasing elegant small plates of sashimi, crudo and ceviche, as well as nightly captivating mermaid performances by Syrena, Singapore’s first mermaid
Should you wish to explore the city further, the JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach is ideally situated near Marina Bay, the Central Business District and leading downtown attractions including National Stadium and National Gallery.
To find out more about the stunning property, Wayfarer host James Wilkinson spoke exclusively on camera to Heath at the JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach recently and to view the video, click on the YouTube clip at the top of the page.
Wayfarer recommends flying to Singapore in Business Class on Singapore Airlines, which offers daily flights to city from over 130 destinations around the globe.
Singapore Airlines operates several aircraft types to Singapore, including the Boeing 777-300ER, the Airbus A350-900 and the Airbus A380-800.
On the B777 and A350, the signature Business Class seats offer two new seating positions, the Lazy Z, a cradling position that ensures your weight is centered and balanced when you’re sitting down, and the Sundeck, a lounging position that extends the base and foot of your seat so you can stretch and rest your legs on the ottoman.
On flights to Singapore, you can ‘Book the Cook’ and reserve your main course up to 24 hours before you fly, including creations by notable chefs from the carrier’s International Culinary Panel. You’ll dine in restaurant setting onboard with full table service, and wines to match the food and altitude.
There’s free WiFi available for Business, First and Suites customers and alongside fantastic food, hospitality and comfort, find thousands’ of hours entertainment on demand including new-release movies, TV shows, music, games and more.
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