HotelsThe newly revamped hotel boasts retro-modern interiors that draws inspiration from Singapore’s tropical buzz and kampung spirit.

A slice of tropical paradise awaits at Parkroyal on Beach Road

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Parkroyal on Beach Road’s lobby has been remodelled to reflect the culture of its surrounding neighbourhood.
Parkroyal on Beach Road’s lobby has been remodelled to reflect the culture of its surrounding neighbourhood. Photo Credit: Parkroyal on Beach Road

Having undergone an extensive refurbishment, Parkroyal on Beach Road, Singapore is ready to welcome international guests back to its newly revamped space.

Guests stepping into the hotel lobby will find themselves transported to a social hub designed like a tropical paradise, adorned with lush palms and other tropical plants and furniture and carpets emblazoned with vibrant botanical motifs.

Woven materials, granite tiles and retro-styled carpentry in the lobby allude to Singapore’s kampong days of the past, evoking a sense of community, while gold accents and pastel colours convey a sense of luxury.

“The lobby is the heart of every hotel, so it's key that the space injects a fresh vibrant, new energy to Parkroyal on Beach Road,” says GM Kung Teong Wah. “Our lobby also epitomises the local communal vibes of this neighbourhood. This sense of community takes the hotel experience from good to memorable.”

The Club Premier room features a large balcony with unblocked views of the Singapore flyer.
The Club Premier room features a large balcony with unblocked views of the Singapore flyer.

All 346 rooms at the hotel have been completely revamped and furnished with warm, soothing tones, aimed at providing relaxation for guests. Some rooms are even equipped with ergonomic Herman Miller chairs. The 42sqm Club Premier rooms each comprises a spacious balcony and bathtub

All Club Room and Suite guests are entitled to Parkroyal Club privileges which includes complimentary breakfasts and evening cocktails at the Club Lounge, which has also been given a warm and inviting facelift.

Ginger — the hotel’s all-day halal-certified restaurant — features Instagram-worthy interiors inspired by Singapore’s native flora and fauna. It offers an à la carte menu, set lunch, and both lunch and dinner buffet spreads.

Ginger is designed with soft pastel hues and native floras interwoven into the wallpaper and furnishings.
Ginger is designed with soft pastel hues and native floras interwoven into the wallpaper and furnishings.

Parkroyal on Beach Road also houses the first Sichuan restaurant in Singapore. Si Chuan Dou Hua Restaurant serves up Sichuan and Cantonese cuisine in a traditional Chinese setting. The restaurant is connected to Tian Fu Tea Room that offers over 30 types of Chinese tea.

Guests can indulge in tipples and unwind in style at Club 5, a 1920s inspired cocktail bar that serves up concoctions with a modern interpretation of classic heritage fare, and cocktails infused with the rich flavours and spices of the Southeast Asian region.

At Level 4 of the property, the St. Gregory spa offers facial treatments and traditional healing therapies. Beside St. Gregory sits the hotel’s overhauled gymnasium and fitness studios with a range of fitness classes such as Zumba workouts, Hatha yoga lessons and HIIT sessions.

Located on the same floor is a half-Olympic-sized outdoor swimming pool that looks out to the Singapore Flyer, with the adjoining Poolside Café and Bar by the side.

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