W Hotels debuts in Singapore

W Hotels has opened its first hotel in Singapore, W Singapore, which features 240 rooms and 1,500sqm of event space.

W Hotels debuts in Singapore
W Hotels debuts in Singapore

Based at Sentosa Cove and The Residences at W Singapore - Sentosa Cove, the hotel is located in downtown Singapore and designed by London-based architects WATG.

It has 1,500sqm of meeting and events space, two restaurants, a destination bar, the W Lounge experience, WET pool deck and bar, and Away Spa.

"The opening of W Singapore - Sentosa Cove heralds a new era of hospitality for our country," said City Developments executive chairman Kwek Leng Beng. "Together with Quayside Isle, W Singapore will add to the vibrancy of Sentosa Cove by providing residents and visitors with a marina lifestyle haven unlike ever before."

"Singapore is a dynamic city and global hub for the world's jetsetters," said Vincent Gillet, global brand leader, W Hotels Worldwide and Le Méridien. "W Singapore will bring a new hotel experience to Sentosa through cutting-edge design, buzzing nightlife and restaurants, and innovative happenings that showcase what's new and next for both locals and guests alike."

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