The South Beach, Singapore

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Inviting guests to explore their imagination and leave the ordinary behind, brand new The South Beach hotel has been designed with an integration of chic oriental luxury, lifestyle, design and technology, striking a perfect balance between work and play.

It features 654 designer rooms and suites, an all day dining restaurant offering diverse menu from breakfast through to late night, three bars, two sky gardens complete with infinity pools and panoramic city views, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, and 43 Imaginative Social Spaces, allowing guests to socialise or relax in solitude.

Striking creations such as the wave-like canopy rising and dipping over buildings, and the floor-to-ceiling digital canvas video art by Korean artist Lee Lee Nam, feature impressively upon arrival delivering a unique, multi-sensory experience before you even step inside.

Designed by renowned French designer Philippe Starck, the style fuses contemporary architecture and ecological design with restored heritage buildings on Singapore’s Beach Road, positioning the hotel as a destination in itself as part of the highly anticipated South Beach mixed-use development.

Rich in multi-cultural heritage, this once sleepy seaside community has gone through a phenomenal transformation over the years, becoming a vibrant commercial district where old world and future world Singapore blend effortlessly together.

Comprising offices, residences, retail spaces and a private club, The South Beach development has introduced two new tower blocks; a 34-storey office tower and in the second tower, the hotel, along with 190 luxury apartments known as The South Beach Residences, with completion expected mid year.

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