ParkRoyal on Beach Road is an upscale hotel by the Pan Pacific Hotel Group. Wonderfully, the 4-star hotel just received a makeover, opening to the public and offering the perfect staycation whether you’re a business or leisure traveller.
ParkRoyal boasts an unforgettable guest experience at the heart of the vibrant and culturally rich neighbourhood of Kampong Glam. With an array of shopping, hidden gems and some of the best attractions nearby…it’s an ideal location to discover Singapore.
The revamped ParkRoyal Hotel exhibits 346 elegant rooms with warm colour tones ideal for a comforting respite, including a number of Deluxe Club and Premier Club rooms featuring artwork by local artists as well as spacious balconies, cosy bathtubs and unmatched views. Excellently, Club Room guests get benefits such as free evening cocktails and breakfast.
Meanwhile, the interior of the hotel takes influence from the unique Kampong surroundings. For example, the lobby is decked out in natural textures, brushed gold accents, striking patterns and botanical motifs creating a chic and comfortable space to relax and interact.
Plus, there’s a huge outdoor pool with views of the Singapore and an iconic wellness floor with an award-winning spa alongside a state-of-the-art gym and a range of fitness studios. Additionally, there’s plenty of meeting spaces, two beautiful ballrooms perfect for weddings and lots of indoor and outdoor dining concepts.
Particularly, an all-day halal-certified kitchen Ginger offering buffets, set lunches and more is a favourite dining destination in the hotel. Meanwhile, those wanting a cultural experience can visit the Sichuan restaurant, Si Chuan Dou Hua and Chinese tea room, Tian Fu offering over 30 types of teas. Otherwise, grab a rich Asian cocktail or five at 1920s-inspired bar Club 5.
Indeed, ParkRoyal on Beach Road has an attractive location and plenty of things to do in the area. Certainly, the ultimate staycation for both locals and internationals. Book via the ParkRoyal website.
📍7500 Beach Rd, Singapore 199591
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