Following a multimillion-dollar renovation project, the Fairmont Singapore has unveiled its new look.
The project, which started in August 2013, focused on the lobby, bar and guestrooms in the North Tower and was headed by design companies Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA) and EDG.
The new lobby has been given a neutral colour scheme with lots of earthy tones, along with art pieces that reflect the mix of cultures in the Lion City. Among the numerous art installations is a chandelier designed by Czech artist Petra Dickova, featuring 800 crystal glass balls that have been individually hand-blown.
Meanwhile, the guestroom corridor in the North Tower offers a brand new grey and dark wood colour scheme and is lined with visual representations of old Singaporean culture such as a wooden chair, a hanging scroll, and a showcase of figurines.
The re-designed Fairmont premier rooms also have dark tones that lend a touch of modernity to the overall décor. Guests will enjoy views of the city from the private balcony in each room, while leather desks provide a good working space.
Fairmont premier room
Other amenities include a Nespresso coffee machine and a new rain shower system developed by Grohe.
To celebrate the completion of the renovation, Fairmont Singapore is offering an introductory room offer called “Refreshed, Restored and Redefined”. Available until December 30, this offer includes a one-night accommodation in a new Fairmont premier room, complimentary breakfast for two, and free internet access. Weekday rates (Mon–Thu) start at S$368/US$294, while weekend rates (Fri–Sun) start at S$318/US$254.
For more information, visit fairmont.com