Thanks to a deal with Treasure Resort Pte Ltd., Starwood’s Le Méridien brand has returned to Singapore after an absence of almost a decade.
Designed by DP Architects and Japanese studio Super Potato, the Movenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa officially rebranded today as Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa.
The hotel complex comprises a contemporary building and a pair of restored former barracks, which housed Southeast Asia’s first Malay artillery back in 1940.
The hotel features 191 guestrooms, including suites with Japanese outdoor private Onsen pool, and a duplex penthouse suite with its own rooftop garden and infinity pool.
Other facilities include a swimming pool and 243 square meters of versatile function space, with a 198 square meter pillar-less ballroom fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows.
“We are excited to welcome Le Méridien back to Singapore with a property that can truly represent the new direction of the brand,” said Stephen Ho, President, Asia Pacific, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. “Le Méridien’s mission is to expose the creative-minded traveler to the most unexpected and engaging experiences, inside and outside the hotel. We are confident that we will be able to offer this distinctively memorable experience at Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa.”
In the upcoming months, the hotel will undergo a renovation to feature two distinct restaurants and the brand’s signature bar.
Situated directly opposite of Imbiah Station on the Sentosa Express monorail, Le Meridien Singapore, Sentosa is located just minutes from a myriad of attractions including Merlion Sentosa, Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium and the newly opened KidZania Singapore.
The hotel also affords convenient access to the Central Business District and the downtown area via a quick transfer at Harbourfront MRT station.