Asia Buzz: Andaz Singapore Opens

Andaz Singapore’s 342 guestrooms come with floor-to-ceiling windows, a complimentary minibar and Wi-Fi.

Andaz Singapore has opened its doors, making it the brand’s first hotel in Southeast Asia.

Throughout the property, guests will find works by acclaimed artists, such as Brazilian sculptor André Mendes, Singaporean artist Ahmad Abu Bakar, New York-based Filipina artist Monica Delgado and Malaysian artist Fauzulyusri Mohd Yusof.

Each of the hotel’s guestrooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, a complimentary minibar with local snacks and non-alcoholic drinks, Wi-Fi and all-day complimentary refreshments in the Sunroom lounge. 

Andaz Singapore has multiple dining options; however, Alley on 25, which serves Singapore street food, seems the most intriguing. Here, guests can opt for a platter of barbecued snacks, a bowl of noodles, shaved ice and more.

665°F specializes in premium meat and sustainable seafood, while Mr. Stork, a rooftop bar, has teepee-hut seating and an observatory corner.

Booking a group? Andaz Singapore has four events spaces, including The Glasshouse, a “glass box” venue, and the Garden Studio, which has an adjoining outdoor terrace.

The hotel is located within DUO, a pair of ultra-modern skyscrapers clad in a latticework of hexagonal windows. DUO is the largest development in the Ophir-Rochor district and comprises residences, retail spaces, offices and the Andaz. 

Access: DUO is directly connected to Bugis MRT station via underground pedestrian walkways, providing easy access throughout the city. 

For VIP bookings, contact Federica Brugnara ([email protected]), director of sales and marketing.

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