Marina Bay Sands Singapore has recently completed the first phase of
its ambitious US$1 billion reinvestment programme, giving a
transformation for over 850 rooms in Towers 1 and 2.
With the renovation, Marina Bay Sands will increase its ultra-luxe
suites from 137 to approximately 422 to meet the growing demand for
Marina Bay Sands COO Paul Town stated that the renovation marks a
preview of the multi-year transformation that will take place at the
The renovation will continue into Tower 3, the hotel lobby, Sands
SkyPark, with additional premium fine dining options, health and
wellness offerings, and a revamped Executive Club lounge.
The spacious bathroom with his-and-hers vanities.
The new rooms and suites, with a defined and intimate marbled foyer,
are designed to deliver an elevated home-away-from-home experience for
luxury travellers, families, and business delegates.
Decor in the room draws inspiration from Singapore's multicultural
environment. For instance, the bedroom headboard mimics a Chinese screen
in a Peranakan shophouse, while the floor is covered with thick
Axminster wool carpet, featuring a motif similar to textiles found along
The suites also feature the Armoire – an unconventional bespoke
minibar that that also serves as a piece of art. There’s also the
Cocktail Trolley that offers an elevated beverage experience inspired by
Singapore's eclectic cocktail scene.
The bathroom features artisanal glass screens with integrated niche
lighting, with custom pendant lighting decorating his-and-hers vanities.