Quality counts in Singapore

With its state-of-the-art, flexible spaces, Singapore's Shangri-La Hotel is the luxury venue of choice.

Singapore and Shangri-La Hotels are both synonymous with luxury hospitality and outstanding service. Combine the two and you have the perfect setting for unforgettable meetings and incentives. Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore, the luxury brand’s flagship, multi-award-winning property, has been the venue of choice for high-end events for almost half a century and accommodated some of the world’s most high-profile dignitaries. As well as President Trump, as part of the historic Trump-Kim Summit in Singapore in July, it has hosted the important IISS Asia Security Summit since 2002.

Despite its enviable location – a short walk from Singapore’s famed Orchard Road and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Singapore Botanic Gardens – the hotel offers guests an urban oasis set amid 15 acres of lush landscaped gardens. There are 792 luxurious guest rooms and suites across three distinct wings: Tower, Garden and Valley. Rejuvenated in 2017, the iconic Tower Wing was the first to open, in 1971. It is home to the Horizon Club Lounge, which boasts an unparalleled panoramic view of the city.

At the heart of the Garden Wing, guests will find an atrium featuring abundant palms, ferns, exotic plants and cascading waterfalls. All 158 rooms overlook either this lush greenery or the hotel’s expansive swimming pool. The Valley Wing is the accommodation of choice for heads of state and C-suite leaders, with 131 guest rooms – including 26 suites offering personalised butler service. Within the same building are a private lounge and dining space, and the palatial Shangri-La Suite.

Impressive and adaptable 

From an intimate banquet to an international convention, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore has spaces to suit every event. It has 21 function rooms and two grand, pillar free ballrooms. The impressive Island Ballroom is a state-of-the-art space that can accommodate up to 1,000 people for receptions or banquets and 1,400 people for a conference. The elegant Tower Ballroom can accommodate 680 people for banquets and 900 people theatre-style.

The Tower Wing offers a further 15 event spaces for 30-300 guests, while Tower Wing Horizon Club Junior Suites can be converted into boardrooms. Other unique spaces include the 1920s Dutch Pavilion. Fitted with glass windows and doors all around, it’s filled with natural light by day, and the perfect venue for receptions and dinners at night.

As you would expect from Shangri-La, the hotel’s dining options are no less impressive. With 11 restaurants and bars there is something to suit all tastes, from Japanese restaurant Nami’s homemade dashi, and southern Italian classics at Waterfall Ristorante Italiano, to traditional Cantonese cuisine at signature restaurant Shang Palace. With vast experience in catering to the most exacting event requirements, the team at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore is committed to delivering the highest quality of service with Asian spirit. A tropical sanctuary in one of the region’s most vibrant destinations, event planners can be assured of the most memorable experience for each and every one of their delegates.

For more information; Tel: +65 62134919; email: events.sls@shangri-la.com or visit: www.shangri-la.com

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