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Hilton Singapore Launches New Room Category

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The Hilton Singapore has launched a new Executive Plus room category. With 22 rooms, all on Level 22, the highest guest floor of the hotel, the rooms offer guests the best views of the Lion City.

For an additional cost of Sin$30 to the Executive Floor room rate, guests can enjoy bonus benefits including an additional private space at the balcony as well as a daily complimentary one-hour usage of the Business Centre on Level 5.

Busy executives often welcome some fresh air after spending most of the day in an air-conditioned environment, so working through presentations or relaxing in an additional private al fresco space offered by the Executive Plus rooms private balconies will be a treat, said Ms. Silvia Yeo, Director of Sales, Hilton Singapore.

Specially tailored for business executives, guests can enjoy the Executive Plus extra private and outdoor space. The room measure 37m / 398 sq.ft, built with floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony. Furnished with large workspace and wireless broadband access capabilities, guests have the option to work or relax, be it indoors or outdoors.

With its enhanced offering, the Executive Plus room category enables guests to enjoy complimentary use of the Level 5 Business Centre for up to one hour per day, including a discussion room for a maximum of 5 persons.

 The room type within the existing 422-room inventory is located on the same level as the Executive Lounge.

The 422-room Hilton Singapore is located in the heart of fashionable Orchard Road, the citys most popular shopping and dining district.

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