When it comes to accommodations, some seek a soothing retreat. Others like their comfort, especially when it comes to long-term stays. Then there are those who wish to live like a local. When these needs are met, the space becomes a home.
As Far East Hospitality transitions from midscale hotel operator to lifestyle brand builder, it incorporates these nuanced qualities to transform the guest experience. Guests can choose from a plethora of lodging experiences, from lavish boutique hotels to well-placed full-service apartments.
The Clan Hotel Singapore is an example of Far East Hospitality’s elegant hotel offerings. Opened last year, it is well placed on the outskirts of the central business district. It offers guests a taste of modern luxury while acknowledging a variety of traditional Asian experiences – guests are even greeted with a traditional tea ceremony.
For another take on luxury, opt for The Barracks Hotel in Sentosa. Lavishly restored, the former British artillery outpost lends a majestic English ambience for an enriching stay. Coupled with the impeccable service of the staff, time spent amidst the colonial architecture of this historic boutique hotel offers a glimpse of a bygone era.
Guests looking for a unique getaway can find what they are looking for at the Quincy Hotel Singapore. The hotel offers services adapted to your personality. Extroverts can paint the town red with new dining experiences and access to the city’s most popular events while introverts can bask in its sheltered infinity pool overlooking the city. You choose your own adventure.
This year, Far East Hospitality is launching two new brands in Singapore: Vibe Hotels and Adina. Formerly The Elizabeth Hotel, Vibe Hotel Singapore Orchard focuses on creating open social environments that foster interaction with guests. For today’s digital nomads and solo travelers looking for transient networks or connections, the hotel will provide ample opportunity to do so when it welcomes its first guests later this year.
As for Adina Serviced Apartments Singapore Orchard, which will open in July, it takes over the former Regency House. With its inaugural brand entry in Asia and Singapore, the group welcomes a chic aparthotel that caters to business and leisure travelers seeking extended transitional stays.
Guests can expect the same level of diversity and reception at all Far East Hospitality properties overseas. From the Far East Village hotels in Yokohama and Ariake to the Oasia Suites in Kuala Lumpur, one can easily discover the themes of value, well-being or comfort. With upcoming projects like Dream Hotel and Suzu Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, Far East Hospitality will continue to build and manage lifestyle brands in the hospitality industry.
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