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Welcome to Singapore Airlines' $50 million Private Room

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The Private Room, Singapore Airlines’ ultra-exclusive retreat at Changi T3.
The Private Room, Singapore Airlines’ ultra-exclusive retreat at Changi T3.

Those fortunate enough to be in the highest KrisFlyer frequent flyer tier can get ready for something special at Singapore Airlines’ all-new SilverKris and KrisFlyer Gold lounges at Changi Airport Terminal 3, following a S$50 million (US$36 million) upgrade, and expansion project.

The Private Room is the ultra-exclusive retreat showcased by a custom designed Lalique light dome that welcomes customers at the lobby. It also offers fine dining experience.

Access to the Private Room is only to those flying on the carrier’s own flights in the First Class or Suites cabin (as well as those redeeming KrisFlyer miles for this privilege).

There are two welcome podiums at the new facility, one for First Class and The Private Room guests, and the other for Business Class lounge customers, who turn right instead of left.

The Private Room, the First Class section of the SilverKris Lounge, the Business Class section of the SilverKris Lounge, and the KrisFlyer Gold Lounge can collectively accommodate around 1,150 customers within their 6,100 square-metres.

Singapore Airlines has incorporated its latest signature Batik motif into a glass installation flanking the main access escalators.
Singapore Airlines has incorporated its latest signature Batik motif into a glass installation flanking the main access escalators.

The airline has incorporated its latest signature Batik motif into a glass installation flanking the main access escalators, while their new Batik Flora signature scent by Singapore perfume label Scent by SIX is piped into the new oval-shaped entrance area.

“Opening these lounges at this time signals our commitment to SIA’s
premium brand and growth strategy. It reinforces our position as Changi Airport’s anchor airline, and reflects our confidence in Singapore’s future as a pre-eminent global air hub,” said Goh Choon Phong, CEO, Singapore Airlines.

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