There are some places that we must to visit before we die, and Park Royal Hotel is one of those places! A great way to be accommodated in Singapore, it is a place to fall in love! Located in the high-rise city center of Singapore, Park Royal has been redefining Singapore’s skyline with a unique hotel garden concept. The project was designed by Woha Architects, as a luxury hotel and office in a garden, and it conserves a greenery in a built-up hotel that is architecturally striking, integrated and sustainable.
In the middle of an industrialized city as Singapore, it is possible to be in fellowship with Mother Nature, due to the 15,000 sq. meters of lush greenery that make up its lofty sky gardens – an exclusive rooftop Orchid Club lounge.
This Hotel is at a junction between the CBD and the colorful districts of Chinatown and Clarke Quay, and faces Hong Lim Park, offering amazing views of Singapore city’s skyline.
Decked in abundant natural light, nature-inspired furnishings and soft earth tones, all the 367 hotel suites and rooms in Park Royal provide guests a welcome sanctuary away from home. The interior design is distinctively styled with contemporary furnishings and the landscape includes a 360 degree view over Singapore River and the Hong Lim Park.
The project at Upper Pickering Street also includes the Lime Restaurant – an open kitchen concept with a selection of international cuisine and Asian flavors.
The restaurant is designed in a modern style, creating a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
The best of Southeast Asian and international culinary delights is represented in the main dishes; in-house chefs deftly transform an assortment of fresh ingredients into signature creations.
Park Royal Hotel is 5 minutes from Central Business District, Waterfront at Clarke Quay & Boat Quay and Marina Bay Sands.
Park Royal Hotel is a beacon of luxury and an architectural wonder making it a mandatory stay whenever in Singapore!
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