Hilton, one of the largest hospitality chains in the world, has announced the opening of its largest hotel in Asia-Pacific, Hilton Singapore Orchard.
Location and Design
Hilton Singapore Orchard is located at the heart of Orchard Road. The hotel’s positioning in the heart of the city-state’s lifestyle, fashion and dining haven, with a direct connection to luxury shopping centre Mandarin Gallery, ensures easy access to the best global brands and gourmet offerings, as well as premier specialist medical centres and the central business district.
Hilton Singapore Orchard features modern contemporary design that pays homage to Singapore’s rich colonial history and agricultural heritage. Botanical references are reflected throughout the hotel’s artwork and interiors while embracing a eco-friendly guest experience.
Alan Watts, President, Asia Pacific, Hilton, said:
Today we celebrate a key milestone with the opening of our largest hotel in Asia Pacific. Hilton Singapore Orchard is a fantastic showcase of our flagship brand and places us in a strong position to usher in a new era of travel. Together with our partners at OUE Limited, we are confident that the hotel will be in a leading position to cater to the travel demand that we anticipate will come rapidly as global economies and travel networks reconnect. Hilton Singapore Orchard will truly be top of mind for both leisure and business guests as it delivers exceptional experiences supported by Hilton’s renowned hospitality.
The hotel features a whopping 1080 guest rooms and suites, making it the largest Hilton property in Asia-Pacific in terms of the number of rooms. Energy-efficient technology such as in-room motion, air-conditioning and light sensors are featured in every room and suite, while digital key access and smartphone-connected services offer greater convenience for guests on the go.
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From Osteria Mozza by celebrated chef Nancy Silverton to residential all-day dining restaurant Estate, Hilton Singapore Orchard’s five curated concepts will satisfy even the most discerning palates, with something for every taste and occasion. For afternoon tea or an aperitif, guests can enjoy barista-quality brews, botanical-inspired afternoon tea, handcrafted cocktails or artisanal pastries at Ginger.Lily. Two-Michelin-starred Shisen Hanten by Chen Kentaro and award-winning Chatterbox famed for their local Singapore delights round up the culinary line up at Hilton Singapore Orchard.
Hilton Singapore Orchard features 2400 square metres of event facilities for meetings, conferences and events of all sizes, which include 16 highly versatile spaces bathed in natural light. Two pillarless ballrooms – the elegant Grand Ballroom accommodating up to 900 guests and multi-tiered amphitheatre-style Imperial Ballroom with panoramic city views – are fitted with state-of-the-art LED walls, and lighting and sound technologies.
Brian Riady, Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director, OUE Limited, said:
As one of the largest hospitality companies in the world, Hilton is renowned for its strong brand recognition, global distribution network, and successful loyalty programme – all of which combined will provide our property with a competitive advantage and enhance its positioning in the market. We are confident Hilton Singapore Orchard will be a leading lifestyle destination for locals and travellers alike.
The hotel is currently running a special opening offer. If you book and stay by 30th June 2022, you will get a breakfast for two, 25 percent off food and beverage at Estate and Ginger.Lily, “premium” Wi-Fi, late check-out / early check-in (subject to availability) and 1,000 additional Hilton Honors points per night. As part of the Like A Member Campaign, Hilton Honors members will enjoy up to 25% off food and beverage and earn 500 Hilton Honors bonus points at Estate and Ginger.Lily until 30th June 2022.
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