Ritz Carlton Millenia Singapore
Singapore’s newest luxury hotel enjoys a superb central location with magnificent views over Marina Bay and the Singapore skyline. Its 608 rooms and suites are the largest in the city and come luxuriously equipped with the latest technology and fittings, including 46” LED TV, free WiFi, IP phone, iPod dock, electric blinds and top-of-the-range bed fittings and bathroom amenities. The hotel also boasts 7 acres of landscaped gardens, an amazing 4,200-piece contemporary art collection, including works by Frank Stella, Andy Warhol and Dale Chihuly, and easy access to the retail and dining outlets at Marina Centre.
Why We Love This Hotel
Location: The Ritz Carlton is strategically based in the heart of Singapore’s Marina Center, where the commercial, retail and entertainment is buzzing throughout the day and beyond.
History: Pop legend Lady Gaga booked out 286 rooms at this hotel during her 2012 tour to accommodate herself and her many staff.
Service: The Ritz Carlton Singapore is ideal for those who like extra space, with rooms that are 25 percent larger than most hotel rooms in the area.
- Hotel Group
- Ritz Carlton
- Marina Bay, Singapore
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- 24hr Room Service
- Business Center
- Disabled Facilities
- Fitness Center
- Meeting/conference Facilities
- Outdoor Pool
- Safety Deposit Boxes
- Shuttle Service
- Smoking Area
- Steam Room
- Wi-Fi In Public Areas
The Ritz Carlton offers guests newly-renovated suites all with a modern, chic interior decor, while maintaining an element of sophistication. With 25 percent more space than regular hotel rooms in Singapore’s surrounding areas, the Ritz Carlton Singapore is the smart choice for those who like a bit more breathing room.
These 549-square-foot rooms feature stunning panoramas of Singapore’s lovely city skyline. Inside, there is a king-size or two twin beds, a large multi-functional work desk, a well-appointed marble bathroom, and a walk-in closet. Modern touches include a large LED TV and DVD player, multiple power adaptor sockets, and an iPod docking station.
Deluxe Room – Marina Bay View
These 549-square-foot rooms feature great views of the picturesque Marina Bay. Inside, there is a king-size or two twin beds, a large multi-functional work desk, a well-appointed marble bathroom, and a walk-in closet. Modern touches include a large LED TV and DVD player, multiple power adaptor sockets, and an iPod docking station.
These 549-square-foot rooms feature stunning panoramas of Singapore’s lovely city skyline from their peak position on the hotel’s 18th floor and above. Inside, there is a king-size or two twin beds, a large multi-functional work desk, a well-appointed marble bathroom, and a walk-in closet. Modern touches include a large LED TV and DVD player, multiple power adaptor sockets, and an iPod docking station.
A wide host of facilities await guests at the Ritz Carlton Singapore, from their cutting edge fitness center, to their luxurious spa where guests can indulge in unique body cleansing rituals or maybe just relax by the pool, taking in the beautiful Singapore skyline.
The hotel’s fully-equipped fitness center is ideal for those guests who like to fit in a good workout or two while on their trip. Personal trainers are on-hand for guests who require one-on-one attention. Steam and jacuzzi facilities are also available for guest use.
Meetings & Events
Business guests will love the hotel’s meeting and event facilities, featuring 35,000-square-feet of indoor meeting areas. The meeting rooms are well-equipped, and the hotel can provide service teams to help cater the event.
The hotel features an 82-foot outdoor pool, an ideal spot for guests to relax and enjoy the city views during a leisurely swim.
The hotel’s well-appointed spa provides individualized treatment, designed to restore balance and beauty. Spa packages are also available.
Guests can enjoy a host of cuisines and delights with the Ritz Carton’s choices of fine dining restaurants. From elegant Cantonese cuisine, to their award-winning Champagne Sunday Brunch, guests are sure to find something to please their palates here.
This smart-yet-chilled out lounge serves up light snacks and afternoon tea, as well as delicious cappuccinos and tantalizing cocktails. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, there is a live Latin jazz musician who plays in the evening.
This all-day dining venue serves up both international and local cuisines, either in buffet-style, or a la carte. On Sundays, there is a vintage champagne brunch served from 12pm to 3:30pm, where the Moët & Chandon flows freely, alongside oysters, seafood, roasts, and other gourmet brunch favorites.
Guests will enjoy this Japanese restaurant, which serves up sushi, sashimi, and kaiseki menus in an intimate setting, featuring a traditional 17-seater sushi counter, as well as 10 tables for seating. A private tatami room is also available for guests who prefer a more intimate dining experience.
This refined restaurant serves up delectable Cantonese dishes presented in innovative, modern ways. The well-manicured garden provides a truly elegant setting for this venue, which contains a spacious restaurant, as well as four private dining rooms.
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