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Sat, 7 May 2016

InterContinental Singapore Renovates Guestrooms and Public Spaces

The InterContinental Singapore has enhanced the guest experience with renovated guestrooms and public spaces.

Interior design firm FBEYE International was commissioned to embark on the 403-room hotels transformation following the successful revamp and launch of the Heritage rooms and suites (formerly known as Shophouse rooms and suites) in August 2011.

 The new spaces include the hotel lobby, tower guestrooms and suites, fitness centre, European dining restaurant as well as The Lobby Lounge.

The Deluxe Rooms, which make up a bulk of the guestrooms in the main tower, now exude a more residential charm with plush beddings and custom furnishings. The light-filled interior displays a blend of textures and colours, with silk-threaded wall coverings and panels against white walls, adorned with gold trimmings on the ceiling for an added touch of luxury.

Drawing inspiration from the vibrant locale, the headboard above the beds feature a padded silk covering which showcases a contemporary interpretation of Peranakan tile motifs. Finishing touches include feature mirrors as well as decorative veneer with marquetry details on furniture such as the writing desk. 

The refreshed heritage-inspired design extends across all 338 guestrooms of the main tower, in room categories including the Club InterContinental Rooms, Business Rooms, Premier suites as well as the Executive, Ambassador and Presidential suites. 

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