Suite Saturdays: Centennial Suite @ Conrad Centennial Singapore.

Welcome to our weekly video review on hotel suites and rooms around the world! This week’s edition features the Centennial Suite, a 63 m2 1-bedroom suite at the Conrad Centennial Singapore.

Image: Comrad Hotels & Resorts.

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The Conrad Centennial Singapore is a 31-storey luxury hotel located in the Marina Bay business and entertainment district. In 2018 the hotel completed a total interior refurbishment signed by the late Indonesian designer Jaya Ibrahim. The hotel offers 487 renovated guest rooms and 24 suites, an executive lounge and meeting space, and is conveniently located in the vincinities of the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Here is the description of the suite and some pictures from the hotel website:

This modern 63 sq.m./680 sq. ft. suite with Asian accents, offers separate living area, bedroom and luxurious bathroom. Lounge on the long daybed by the window in the living room or rest in the cozy bedroom. The spacious marble bathroom includes a double vanity sink, large bathtub and separate shower stall with rain shower. Be spoiled for choice with Yukata or bathrobe, luxury-branded bathroom amenities and 15 types of pillows from our pillow menu. Be pampered with daily turndown, a well-stocked minibar and Nespresso coffee machine. Enjoy the executive lounge access and enjoy its benefits.

 And here is John’s video review and commentary on the Centennial Suite:


Conclusion

This property opened in 1996 and it was in desperately need of a refreshment (check the old suites in this video). The new design is modern and sober, a good synthesis of the Conrad brand. Deluxe rooms at this property can be booked from $220 or 60,000 Honors points, which is probably not worth the points.

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