4.5
Very Good 2640 Reviews
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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

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

British Colonial–style digs in the heart of Singapore's shopping district, with three restaurants and a spa

The Lowdown

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

The St. Regis Singapore
29 Tanglin Road
Singapore, 247911 Singapore

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 2640 Reviews
Amazing healthy cake by lovely chef Niroshan.
Pawan S

We joined the St Regis for breakfast and i could not have been more pleased! And the most lovely thing is when i was near the this amazing bufet i asked from bakery chef name called Niroshan for me healthy cake or muffin.Then i had the cake most delicious cake i ever had.it was fully healthy with full of almonds,wall nut,razing and sunflower seeds.I've never seen such a amazing cake in my life.thank you all of St Regis group.

Will be back for breakfast !!
Travel_LB1985

We joined the St Regis for breakfast and I could not have been more pleased ! My family and I were slightly concerned when seeing the line, but the most lovely young lady showed incredible professionalism when some people attempted to cut the line. We’ve also never seen such an incredible buffet! I would like to thank this same woman ( Eva I believe ?) for also being so accommodating to my children and I. Our experience will not be forgotten !

Definitely not St.Regis quality
HeyPaula75

From the moment we checked in the experience was not as expected of a St. Regis. The rooms are expired, ie: dirty carpet dirty bathtub worn furniture. Room service was awful. Menu stated well done burger, I emphasized and it came raw in the middle. It came with silverware but no napkins. Butler service was nonexistent- only had them answer the phone once to ask for the extended wine list before ordering room service and after 2 calls we finally got it 30 minutes later and he stood at the door to wait while we looked through 35 pages of wines because it was his only copy and he could not leave it with us. I could go on but quite simply - don’t!!!