The Ascott Group has launched its first Citadines “Apart’hotel” – a fusion of the serviced apartment-hotel environment – in Singapore with Citadines Singapore Mount Sophia.
The 154-unit property is keen to attract independent travellers such as those employed in the creative services industry and academe with a product that doubles as a home and office equipped with standard amenities like IDD and broadband access, a fully-equipped kitchen and separate living room.
Optional services include Wi-Fi, daily cleaning service, dry cleaning, laundry, car park and daily continental breakfast so residents can customise their stay to suit their lifestyle and budget.
There is also a Fitness Corner and Lounge at the residence.
Located along Bras Basah Road in an area dedicated the arts, culture, learning and entertainment, this Citadines is close to the Singapore Art Museum, the 16-storey National Library, the Singapore Management University (SMU) as well as malls and restaurants on Singapore’s iconic Orchard Road. The Suntec City Convention Centre is an MTR ride away.
Compared with the group’s two other brands, Ascott and Somerset, Citadines is positioned as more affordable and targets travellers looking for flexibility, connectivity as well as the best bang for their buck.
Layouts range from the Deluxe and Premier Studio designs to one or two-bedroom apartments. To mark Citadine’s arrival, promotional rates are available by clicking here.
“By bringing the Citadines brand to Singapore, Ascott hopes to offer
travellers to the city-state more choices to suit their different
lifestyles. We believe that the Citadines brand will appeal to a
growing group of independent travellers who want flexibility in their
city stay, in addition to the space, privacy and business connectivity
that our serviced residences offer,” said Gerald Lee, CEO of Ascott
Hospitality, The Ascott Group.