The 575-room PARKROYAL COLLECTION Marina Bay will undergo a SGD45 million renovation which will see the remaking of this classic into a “garden in a hotel”. Retaining its iconic 21-storey John Portman-designed atrium, which is one of the largest in Southeast Asia, the hotel has already unveiled a soaring 13-metre high green landscaped wall, greeting guests at its entrance. The transformation will also see sculptural pavilions shaped like bird cages nestled within lush, meticulously curated greenery throughout the hotel. Illuminated by thoughtful lighting touches, these exude a magical rainforest ambience at night.
Renovations are expected to be carried out in phases and completed in the first quarter of 2021. This will include the transformation of AquaMarine into a new halal concept restaurant, “Peppermint”, featuring open kitchens and greenhouse-inspired private dining areas; and the renovation of 20,000-square feet of function spaces, including the Pool Garden Pavilion area with an unbeatable view of Marina Bay. The 25-metre outdoor mineral water pool has already been fitted with 1,380 fibre optic lights at its base, giving the feel of swimming amongst “twinkling stars” at night. All 575 guestrooms in the hotel will also be beautifully renovated.
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