Singapore’s upcoming Greater Southern Waterfront district, which has been billed by prime minister Lee Hsien Loong as the city’s new “green heart”, will soon be welcoming a sustainable property taking over from the previous Marina Mandarin Singapore.
The 32-year-old hotel’s rebranding into the new Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay will be unveiled on January 1, 2020. It joins the range of properties under the Pan Pacific Hotels Group (PPHG), and will follow in the green footsteps of sister property Parkroyal Collection Pickering, which has garnered wide acclaim for its statement “garden in the hotel” concept.
With plans for the Marina Bay property to similarly sport lush landscapes and stylish interiors, renovations will be done in phases from early 2020 to mid-2021.
PPHG’s CEO Choe Peng Sum told the Daily: “Parkroyal Collection Pickering already enjoys the distinction of being the ‘World’s Leading Green City Hotel’ and with the addition of Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay, we have created a distinct category of visually stunning hotels that infuse green design with our sustainable efforts.”