The St. Regis Singapore
What We Love
- St. Regis Butler Service gives prompt personal service
- Remède Spa uses best-selling Laboratoire Remède treatment products
- Sunday Brunch comes with free-flowing Billecart-Salmon Brut Réserve
What To Know
- Early check-in and late checkout will incur charges
- WiFi costs extra
- The minimum check-in age is 18
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
The 299 elegant guestrooms show off British colonial pomp and contemporary Asian influences, and have a roster of carefully considered luxury textiles throughout, including hand-painted Chinoiserie wallpaper and Thai silk throws by designer Jim Thompson. The city views from your bay window may entice you to stay in, but three restaurants, including the award-winning Chinese venue Yan Ting and the seasonal French Brasserie Les Saveurs, make a case to venture beyond your room. Play a match on the indoor tennis court, take a dip in the outdoor Tropical Spa Pool and don’t leave without visiting the award-winning Remède Spa for a signature treatment such as the Chi Nei Tsang, which blends Chinese and Thai massage techniques.
In the Area
From the Singapore Symphony Orchestra to the Singapore Dance Theatre, your concierge can arrange tickets to the city’s best arts and entertainment events. For art and history lovers, the Singapore Art Museum at 8Q showcases the area’s best contemporary art, while the Singapore Philatelic Museum and Peranakan Museum both display relics from the region’s rich heritage. The nearby National Orchid Garden provides a picturesque way to pass the afternoon, while the Botanic Gardens are an ideal backdrop for a catered picnic lunch. Before you venture out, get your bearings from atop the iconic Singapore Flyer, a 541-foot observational wheel that offers the best views around.
How to Get There
My husband and I stayed here enroute to Seattle, in April. We landed early but we’re quite graciously welcomed and our room was made available immedialetly. The check in was swift, and we were taken quickly to our room - arriving after an overnight flight, we welcomed the comfort of the bed. The pleasantly appointed facilities, the enormous bath - it was most comfortable. We enjoyed the restaurant and the staff on duty there made it a most enjoyable meal. I would definitely opt to stay again on my next visit
I had a brief stay of two nights for a work conference at St Regis. The room is very well appointed as one would expect for St Regis. The Butler advice is very handy if you need a cup of coffee or small snacks (although it may take a long while to get through at night time). Breakfast offers a nice spread and I enjoyed the a la carte egg dishes which are included in the buffet. The only room for improvement that I can observe is on the service front, whether it is the door man, noodle bar, concierge desk, and check out. The quality of service that I received fell short of the rest of this wonderful hotel.
We 7 of us, two families came to stay in this hotel recently with two rooms for four nights. The rooms which we got on the 8th floor ( 816 and 817 ), The rooms were fabulous and modern with its bathroom and toilets. Both rooms were next to each other with an extra separate door for the separate two families which was great made for the two family use.
We arrive at the hotel midnight, the check in was so great and friendly so the check out was, which was very early in the morning.
We booked the hotel without breakfast, but we wanted to have breakfast with additional cost. the first morning we went to have breakfast at the restaurant nearby lobby, lots of choices, we asked for the eggs and pancake, which they took the order, but did not deliver, after waiting 20 minutes, we asked where is our order, the reply was sorry we did not receive your order, so from the next morning we did not use the breakfast of the hotel
and had to run somewhere else for the breakfast. Otherwise to be honest the hotel has to get an excellent mark. Just because of this I am giving 4 stars for this hotel.
I have no words. This is the best hotel I’ve ever stayed in Singapore.
The room, the service, the Butler, the in-room dining, the whole experience made me felt like a true Queen.
I love St Regis and I’ll be back for sure.
I am celebrating my 10th year anniversary with my partner in January 2019, and wanted place a reservation for about 20 pax for the Sunday brunch at Brasserie Les Saveurs – using the 2 Supper Club cards (and to get a suite). I spoke my Ambassador explaining that I would like to get the discount for this; and it is the same treatment that I received when I celebrated my birthday at Yan Ting (another restaurant at St Regis) last Oct. As the booking is for a sizable group, I was referred to the Events team.
The events person called me on 4th Jul to inform that I am not able to have the discount for more than 10 pax - as the discount on one card is entitled to a max of 10 persons. She further explained that it is not expected for both cardholders to be presenting their cards at the same time. She was not aware of my previous birthday arrangement, and did not offer other possible alternatives aside from having discount only for 10 and paying full for the rest. The call ended with no booking done, and that she will my Ambassador to give me a follow up call.
I waited, and for one week and there is still no call.
As a client, I have always loved the excellent service from St Regis, be it here in Singapore or overseas. The quality of service is consistently excellent from the concierge, restaurants, Ambassador and even the door man.
However, this ugly incident trying to arrange for my 10th year anniversary with the events team made me think otherwise.
How this events person communicated shows clear lack of empathy, has not done her homework and is absolutely not client / service focused.