Hong Kong-based hospitality player Kosmopolito Hotels International has announced its first foray into Singapore with a Dorsett Regency property, a mid-scale 285-room business slated to open at the end of 2012.
Conveniently located at the junction of New Bridge Road and Cantonment Road, Dorsett Regency Singapore sits on top of the Outram Park MRT interchange station, from which travellers can get to the Central Business District in about five minutes by train. Both Marina Bay Sands and Orchard Road are 15 minutes away, while the journey to Resorts World Sentosa and Changi International Airport is 20 minutes and half an hour respectively. Many popular local eateries are a stone's throw away, while the hotel's lineup of restaurants and bars can more than hold its own as well. The famous entertainment hub of Clarke Quay can be reached by a 10 minutes walk.
All rooms in hotel will also be equipped with free wired and wireless high-speed internet, cable television, IP phone with IDD access, iPhone/iPad docking stereo clock radio and complimentary tea- and coffee-making setups. There will also be a business centre with interactive meeting and event facilities, as well as a gym, 30-metre outdoor swimming pool and outdoor Jacuzzi for relaxation.
Part of the Kosmopolito group - which has in its portfolio brands such as Cosmopolitan, Grand Dorsett and Silka - the Dorsett Regency line comprises of sleek, modern 4-star business hotels that aim to offer executive travellers uniquely designed accommodation and reliable technology-driven facilities as well as easy accessibility to city centres and business districts. The Singapore opening is part of a regional expansion that has seen properties launched in Kuala Lumpur and Wuhan in addition to the flagship in Hong Kong.
"Singapore is a strategic location for us to grow and to further radiate our presence as growing hotel company, we have already have a strong presence in Malaysia and Hong Kong," said Mr. Phillip Wong, general manager of the Dorsett Regency Singapore.
"Our entry into the Singapore market is a natural extension to our portfolio."