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Services and Facilities
- Fast WiFi everywhere, always
- Shuttle bus to Orchard Road and business districts**
- Authentic global and local culinary options at J65, Ah Hoi’s Kitchen, Rumpoles and Jen’s Kitchen On-the-Go
- 24-hour fitness centre
- Steam bath*
- Indoor whirlpool tub*
- Ballroom and meeting facilities for up to 300 people
- Club Lounge***
- 30-metre outdoor swimming pool amid a lush garden
- 0.85-metre deep outdoor non-heated whirlpool
- 0.35-metre deep kids pool
- 24-hour room service
- Supper room service delivered by Jena
*Regret to advise the Hot Whirlpool Bath, Steam Room and Sauna is undergoing maintenance work now till further notice.
**Shuttle bus service will be suspended from 1 April 2020 until further notice.
***Regret to advise Club Lounge will be closed from 30 March 2020 until further notice. Alternatively, guests can enjoy breakfast service at J65 and afternoon snacks and evening cocktail at Jen’s Kitchen On-the-Go respectively. Both located at the lobby level.
We apologise for the inconvenience and offer our sincere appreciation for your understanding.
A Little Extra
- Self-service laundromat
- Local calls
- Hair and beauty salon
- Single wash and fold laundry service at a flat price
- Safe deposit boxes
- Basement parking
- Vending machines
- Forex machine
- Press Reader with 7000+ online publications
- Mobile Charging Stations
- Grab-and-go meals
- Fruit infused water at the lobby
Nicknamed the ‘Little Red Dot’, Singapore is home to many cultural influences. Shining skyscrapers stand tall over historic temples, a remarkable contrast of its continued development, but that’s barely a scratch on the surface of this city’s diversity.
For those of you under the impression that Singapore’s “100% urban” status means the scenery is all buildings and businesses, allow me to rectify that misconception with 3 simple words: Singapore Botanic Gardens. Discover the beauty of Singapore’s only UNESCO World Heritage Site as you wander among the moss covered heritage trees or explore the rainbow rows of orchids in the National Orchid Gardens. You can easily spend hours lounging near lakes, bird watching and feeding turtles in this 150-year-old park, but the day is young, and you haven’t even had a kopi (coffee) yet!
For that, head to Killiney Kopitiam, which is located in the middle of the Orchard Road area. Aside from the robust coffee, often taken with condensed milk, I’d also recommend first-timers try the kaya toast (bread with coconut jam) and soft-boiled eggs.
Five minutes north of there, you’ll find K+ Gallery in Scotts Square where you can bring home a uniquely Singapore souvenir. The space showcases emerging local talents and doubles as a communal haven for artists and visitors alike. One of my favorite features of this gallery is that it swaps out exhibits every six to eight weeks, making just about every visit a truly unique one.
The entire stretch of the bustling Orchard Road is lined with shiny new malls and entertainment venues. My favourite quiet spot in town is Emerald Hill, which is on a side street across from Orchardgateway Mall. Here you’ll find beautiful century-old Peranakan terrace houses shrouded behind fragrant frangipani trees, good for colourful Instagram moments or taking a breather at one of the laidback bars.
As the sun sets, Singapore’s urban beauty descends into nighttime fun. It’s only a matter of time before the urge to have a drink sets in, and a great downtown places to satisfy that desire is at Horse’s Mouth. The décor is modern and chic, but finding the entrance is half the fun of getting inside. Once you do though, the key to unlocking this bar’s full potential is its creative cocktails. Pro tip: Look out for Uma Uma Ramen, the entrance to Horse’s Mouth is not far behind.
Here is where I leave you, dear traveller. The evening is sure to spur you on with a momentum reserved for Singaporean adventure, and when you’re done and in need of a comfortable bed, Hotel Jen will be there to welcome you.