Four Seasons in Singapore Reveals Four New Luxury Suites

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore unveiled their newly renovated luxury suites. The four new residences mark the end of the hotel’s room renewal program, begun in early July 2018 with interior designers Hirsch Bedner Associates.

The four additions, the Royal Suite, the Governor Suite, the Ambassador Suite and the Presidential Suite range in size from 1,615 square feet to 2,131 square feet. The completion of the suites brings the hotel to a total of 255 renewed rooms.

The first of the new suites is the 1,615-square-foot Royal Suite. Located on the 18th floor, it was inspired by the nearby Singapore Botanic Gardens. Additions to the residence include an open pantry and unique sofa seating.

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The next is the 1,798-square-foot Governor Suite, located on the highest guest room floor. Its design features contemporary furnishings, dark wood detailing and amber tones. From its windows, guests have access to a panoramic boulevard view.

The same size as the Governor Suite, the Ambassador Suite’s design is inspired by the Peranakan culture. It is furnished with chic modern furniture and features a turquoise, grey and dusty rose color scheme.

The largest of the recent additions is the Presidential Suite on the 19th floor, where guests have access to clear views of the city skyline. The suite’s design consists of sleek contemporary furniture; a black, white and persimmon color scheme; and pear wood millwork with a black marble floor.

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