Refurbished Guestrooms at Regent Singapore

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 23 July 2013

After eight months and a comprehensive facelift under the direction of interior design firm Burega Farnell, the Regent Singapore has opened 440 newly refurbished guestrooms, including 46 suites with private balconies.

The guestrooms have been enhanced with ergonomic task chairs and modern lighting fixtures. With the convenience of guests working with multiple devices in mind, three desktop universal power points and a data socket have  been installed.

The nightstands also come equipped with bed-top level universal power points for ease of access and charging while guests rest.

Other thoughtful technological touches include cordless digital phones and an audio connector for iPods and MP3 players so guests can enjoy their favourite music throughout the room.

The guest experience is at the heart of every design feature, said Mr Martin Sinclair, General Manager of Regent Singapore. We have a reputation for warm, friendly service and this strengthens our commitment to making Regent Singapore a true home away from home for travellers.

Beyond guest rooms, Regent Singapores multi-million dollar makeover also included the upgrading of meeting spaces as well as the opening of a new all-Italian pastry shop, Dolcetto by Basilico.

Regent, Singapore

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