Six Senses has given two old beauties a complete restoration as part of a remarkable conservation project in Singapore. Ideally situated in the island city-state’s central district, the project is located in the eclectic heart of Chinatown where socialising, dining, and nightlife take centre stage.
AccorHotels announces the launch of Singapore’s newest integrated lifestyle hub with the opening of Novotel Singapore on Stevens and Mercure Singapore on Stevens.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the opening of Andaz Singapore, the first Andaz hotel to open in south-east Asia. The hotel marks the seventeenth property for the brand and joins other Andaz hotels in global gateway cities and top resort destinations around the world.
Paraguay has removed visa requirements for Singaporeans, propelling the city state’s passport to the top of Passport Index’s most powerful ranking - with a visa-free score of 159.
Celebrating its tenth anniversary, ITB Asia 2017 has completely sold out ahead of its October staging. For the first time this year, ITB Asia will host Brazil’s Rio Convention & Visitor Bureau, the Moscow City Government, Promote Iceland, as well as an African Pavilion, among many others.
The Ascott is investing S$170.3 million, through its serviced residence global fund with Qatar Investment Authority, in the serviced residence component of the Funan integrated development.
ILTM Asia will become ILTM Asia Pacific and move to Singapore in 2018. The newly rebranded event will take place from May 21st-24th at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel.
M Social Singapore, part of Millennium Hotels & Resorts, has introduced the first front-of-house autonomous service delivery robot in to its guest services team. AURA for short, has been developed by Savioke and is a robotic solution to the hotel industry’s manpower shortage.
Singapore prime minister, Lee Hsien Loong, and ASEAN secretary general, Le Luong Minh, have officially launched the [email protected] Golden Celebration tourism campaign. The campaign promotes the twin objectives of commemorating the 50th anniversary of ASEAN, and embracing the ASEAN region as a single and united tourism destination.
Singapore Cruise Centre will welcome the return of Australian cruise operator P&O Cruises to Singapore this weekend after a ten-year absence. P&O’s Pacific Eden is scheduled to arrive in Singapore on Saturday, with the 55,820-tonne, 1,500-guest ship to be based at SCC’s HarbourFront Cruise and Ferry Terminal.