Following an extensive makeover lasting eight months, the Tower Wing at Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore reopens today to reveal a refreshed lobby, brand-new rooms and suites, three novel restaurant concepts and a revitalised club lounge.
A new highlight in the lobby is the ceiling art installation, made of thousands of cascading stylised leaves, by renowned Japanese designer Hirotoshi Sawada.
Tower Wing lobby
The Tower Wing’s 503 refurbished guestrooms and suites include the Tower Wing Deluxe Rooms, Horizon Club Deluxe and Executive Rooms, the Family-Themed Suite, the One-Bedroom Suite and the 250m2 Grand Suite.
The 38m2 Deluxe Rooms, for example, come complete with stylish furnishings, luxurious amenities, Internet access, glass wardrobes, floor- to-ceiling windows and a choice of city or pool views, while the Horizon Club Rooms offer guests access to the Horizon Club Lounge on level 24.
Among the fresh F&B concepts at the Tower Wing is the Lobby Lounge, which will showcase Singapore favourites such as fish head bee hoon soup, prawn noodle soup, bak chor mee, Hainanese chicken rice, Katong laksa, and chilli crab with mantou.
Next door, ShopHouse is a grab-and-go retail concept offering freshly baked bread, homemade sandwiches, salads and snacks, as well as gourmet sauces, chocolates and 3D cakes.
Nami Restaurant and Bar, on level 24, is helmed by head chef Akiba Shigeo, who cooked at the royal wedding of Japan’s Prince Akishinomiya and Princess Kiko.
To celebrate the reopening of the Tower Wing, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore is now offering an exclusive promotion for Golden Circle members, which enables a stay in the Deluxe Rooms at Best Available Rate from May 16 to July 31, 2017 with breakfast at The Line and double GC Award Points.