Interview with Studio M Hotel Singapore

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 19 October 2010

[HD videos below] On Monday, 18 October 2010, interviewed Ms. Esther Wai, General Manager of the impressive Studio M Hotel in Singapore.

In the interview Ms. Wai, who has over 20 years experience within the travel industry, having worked with hotels in KL, Dubai, Seoul, and Tokyo among others, tells us about the hotel, explains the difference between the four different loft categories, which markets she is targetting and how the first seven months have gone.

Ms Wai also reveals the hotel's smoking policy, discusses the innovative technology the hotel is looking at and suggests that the second Studio M hotel might be in China or India with an announcement expected in the near future. 

HD Video Interview - Studio M Hotel Singapore

HD Video: The Studio M Hotel in Singapore and An Executive Loft

Studio M is Singapores first fully loft-inspired hotel. Located within the entertainment precinct of Robertson Quay and close to the Central Business District and Orchard Road shopping belt, Studio M calls out to hip and savvy travellers that are bored with the commonality of most uninspiring and unimaginative hotels.

Designed by Italian style maestro and architect, Piero Lissoni, each of the 360 guest rooms at Studio M features an urban-inspired loft with a 3.8-metre high ceiling, separate work and rest areas and complimentary internet connectivity through both WiFi and LAN.

There is also a dedicated open-air tropical deck complete with a 25-metre lap pool, open-air gym and a variety of exciting dining choices.

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