Ritz Carlton Millenia Singapore
The Ritz Carlton Singapore is a standing monument to ultra-luxe travel. The views are expansive, the bathrooms are marble-clad, and the hallways are lined with world-class artwork. Rooms start at 549 square feet, large LCD TVs and king-size beds are standard, and all bathrooms have rainshowers and separate bathtubs. The top suites are fitted with top-quality works from the likes of Andy Warhol. A Michelin-Star Cantonese restaurant is the center of the hotel’s culinary experience, while Colony and Chihuly Lounge provided exciting alternatives. There is a world-class spa, a 25-meter outdoor swimming pool, and a fitness center that is arguably the best gym in Singapore. The Ritz Carlton Singapore redefines cosmopolitan decadence.
Why We Love This Hotel
Michelin-Star Splendor: Headed by Chef Cheung Siu Kong, Summer Pavilion is an on-site Michelin-star Cantonese restaurant certain to excite even the most jaded of “foodies.”
Art: The hotel houses 4,200 pieces of artwork, about 350 of which are museum-quality works by artists such as David Hockney, Andy Warhol, Dale Chihuly, Frank Stella, and Zhu Wei.
Luxury: Spacious rooms start at 549 square feet and offer stunning views of Marina Bay and Singapore’s exciting cityscape. No expense was spared in furnishing these opulent accommodations at the Ritz Carlton Singapore
- Singapore, Singapore
- Hotel Type
- Location Type
- 24hr Room Service
- Banquet Facilities
- Business Center
- Childcare Services
- Cribs/infant Beds Available
- Fitness Center
- Fitness Classes
- Meeting/conference Facilities
- Multilingual Staff
- Outdoor Pool
- Poolside Bar
- Safety Deposit Boxes
- Steam Room
- Wi-Fi In Public Areas
The 608 rooms and suites boast magnificent views of Marina Bay, the Singapore River, or the Singapore residential skyline. Décor composed of matte leather, glossy wood-finished panels, and comfortable tones provide the backdrop for these luxuriously appointed spaces with large LCD TVs, king-size beds, and inviting daybeds. Marble bathrooms offer all the luxuries a person could want, from rainshowers to spacious bathtubs. The Ritz Suite is even fitted with priceless artwork from Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst. No expense was spared in constructing the Ritz Carlton Singapore’s rooms and suites.
Deluxe and Grand Rooms
With views of either the Singapore Sports Hub or the Kallang River precinct, these luxurious entry-level rooms cover an expansive 549 square feet and are fitted with one king or two twin beds. Living areas include a sofa, desk, and such modern amenities as a wall-mounted 46-inch LED TV, complimentary Wi-Fi, and dual mood lighting systems. Marble bathrooms are fitted with rainshowers and separate bathtubs. There is also an oversized walk-in closet. Upgrad to the Grand Room to enjoy an oversized plush daybed that is perfect for a third guest. There are also Elevated Rooms, which are situated on the high floors, and Club Deluxe Rooms that come with access to the Ritz Carlton Club Lounge.
Premier and Deluxe Suites
These corner-hugging suites showcase panoramic views of Marina Bay through expansive windows. At 776 square feet, these spacious rooms are designed with a separate bedroom and living room. While the living room features a wall-mounted 46-inch LED TV, the bedroom boasts a king-size bed. Marble bathrooms that frame cityscapes through distinctive octagonal bathroom windows are fitted with separate bathtubs and rainshowers. Dual marble vanities are installed for conveniences. Upgrade to a Club Premier or Deluxe Suite to enjoy access to the Ritz Carlton Club Lounge.
Spanning a generous 1,098 square feet, these high-rise suites on floors 24 to 32 feature stunning views of Marina Bay. The living room includes a wall-mounted 56-inch LED TV and luxurious furnishings, while the bedroom has its own 46-inch LED TV and king-size bed, or two twins upon request. The full marble bathroom features a separate bathtub and rainforest shower along with a powder room, double sinks, and a spacious walk-in closet. The suite also has a separate study room and guest bathroom. Guests can also upgrade to the Two-Room Millenia Suite, which offers everything the one-bedroom version has along with an added bedroom equipped with an additional full marble bathroom and king-size bed. The Two-Room Millenia Suites cover 1,647 square feet and are on the hotel’s highest floors.Guests of these roomsenjoy access to the Ritz Carlton Club Lounge.
The Ritz Suite
On the hotel's top floor, this 2,358 square foot suite frames panoramic views of Marina Bay and Singapore's vibrant cityscape. Museum quality artwork, such as prominent works by Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst, are on display throughout the living room, entertainment room, dining room, and spacious master bedroom. The entertainment room is complete with a 79-inch LCD TV, Sonos sound system, and customizable game consoles. It also has its own full bathroom, and a king-size bed may be provided upon request. The master bathroom is outfitted with marble walls, double-sinks, a leather ottoman, an automated bidet, a separate shower stall-cum-steam room, and a 2 meter long Jacuzzi tub. The dining room table can accommodate up to 10 guests, and a well-appointed pantry can be used for such events. Naturally, 24-hour personalized butler service is available, as is access to the Ritz Carlton Club Lounge.
Facilities at the Ritz Carlton Singapore include an expansive outdoor swimming pool and state-of-the-art fitness center that is arguably one of the best gyms in the whole city. On top of that, the Ritz Carlton Spa offers all the treatments a person could ever want along with The La Mer Miracle Broth Facial treatment, a specially formulated treatment exclusive to this Singaporean haven of luxury.
The recently remodeled state-of-the-art gym at the Ritz Carlton is a prime location for strength, cardio, and general fitness training. It offers a full free weights section, top quality cardio and strength equipment, spaces for yoga and boxing, and luxurious locker rooms. Personal trainers and yoga instructors can be booked upon request.
Ritz Carlton Spa
Guests are encouraged to indulge in any of the spa's luxury treatments such as signature spa experiences, body massages, facials, and spa packages. The spa features a soothing marine theme with ten treatment rooms. There is also an exclusive nail and hair salon and the deeply hydrating, signature La Mer Miracle Broth Facial treatment, which was developed exclusively for the property.
Surrounded by lush greenery, the hotel's outdoor, 25-meter lap pool is on the ground level, surrounded by a three-tiered timber pool deck and flanked by sun loungers and relaxing private cabanas. Guests can enjoy a wide selection of snacks, starters, and drinks from the pool bar.
The Ritz Carlton Singapore’s signature restaurant is Summer Pavilion, a Michelin-star Cantonese destination headed by Chef Cheung Siu Kong. For a wide selection of flavors, there is Colony, a buffet style restaurant that serves Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Malaysian, Western, and local dishes; finally, Chihuly Lounge serves light meals and glassesfilled with everything from cappuccinos to cocktails. The Pool Bar provides poolside loungers with light bites, and in-room dining is of course available.
Named after famed American glass artist Dale Chihuly, this lounge is a place to linger over light meals and afternoon tea or cappuccinos and cocktails. Stunning glass sculptures by Chihuly himself are scattered throughout.
With decor that alludes to British expeditions to the East Indies in the late 18th Century, this restaurant's convivial atmosphere showcases the best of Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Malaysian, Western, and local flavors. The most versatile of restaurants in the hotel, Colony's buffet is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There is also an Afternoon Tea and Vintage Champagne Brunch on Sunday. Additionally, Colony's attached bakery offers an assortment of freshly baked breads, pastries, and chocolates.
The hotel's signature restaurant, this Michelin-star Cantonese destination serves flavorful Cantonese cuisine in a modern and sophisticated environment. Helmed by Chef Cheung Siu Kong, the restaurant merges expert cooking techniques with top-quality ingredients.
The Pool Bar
The al fresco pool bar provides guests with a selection of poolside cocktails and bar bites.
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