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
- Handicap Accessible
- 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
St Regis is a bit far out if you are working in CBD, the rooms are huge but a bit old fashioned - could do with a renovation, some people may like the older style but I prefer the modern style hotel.
Butler service on each floor is a nice touch with free hot chocolate each night. the overall service from the staff is outstanding actually, a great check-in experience.
I didn't make it to the gym but I expect it would be similarly outdated, could be wrong though.
the bar downstairs was very nice with a live band.
we'd checked into st regis for a night as we had a dinner nearby that was likely to end late.
from the moment we arrived at the driveway until our breakfast (just concluded), we'd encountered professional, service oriented and genuinely nice people.
Anthony at the driveway greeted us and escorted us to check in at the elegantly casual check in desk, where we met Cheryl, who'd brighten any day with her brilliant smile and gentle disposition.
Santhanam our butler welcomed us with our afternoon tea and brought a sunny presence in an otherwise overcast sky.
the breakfast buffet had a good mix of international, japanese, singaporean and Indian cuisine.
I encountered chef kamal while scouting the Indian vegetarian section and didn't really know what some of the dishes were. he very patiently explained each one and even had suggestions to have the 'flat rice with jain sambar'.. or "the biryani rice with paneer" (I tried both suggestions and they were delicious).
thanks for a great staycation (1 night is too short) and we will be back for the top notch service with genuinely gentle asian delivery.
This is my third time at this hotel and high end quality has not changed! Magnificent hotel. Where it missed the Mark was with their customer service. I am currently an Ambassador Elite with over 205 nights with Marriott and I have had the u fortune of having to book midnight flights once or twice. I advised on check-in of my 1am flight and requested a late checkout. I was only authorized a 5pm checkout and that was the latest they could do. Keep in mind this hotel does not have a lounge. I set my alarm to get some sleep and was out the door at 445pm and was at checkout when they offered me a 6pm checkout. When I expressed my dissatisfaction with this, I was advised they had vacant rooms but they were “higher end” rooms. Obviously not for Ambassador Elite status. I have not had this happen at a Marriott but I’m sure it does and I’ve been lucky. This will however be my last stay here as for me I prefer the flexibility of the Marriott and JW brands. Being told I don’t rate an extended checkout because only higher end rooms are available makes me question my stay, and one star. ⭐️