Perfect for families or guests who enjoy art, the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is the largest Singapore hotel in our collection. Stay here with your friends or family and enjoy its proximity to the Marina Centre and its amazing collection of contemporary art.
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore sure makes a good first impression. Upon arrival, you’ll drive up to this 32-storey hotel via a spacious 200-foot driveway. In fact, spacious is a good word to use to describe this hotel as it has about 25 percent more space than the average hotel, ensuring guests have room to breathe and relax. (Guest rooms are between 550 and 650 square feet, which are the largest in the area).
In all 608 rooms, you’ll enjoy unobstructed views of the Singapore skyline or Marina Bay. Designed by Pritzker prize winning architect Kevin Roche, you’ll love the modern style completed with light wood finishes, a Tibetan-style woven floor covering, raised beds and marble bathrooms.
For the art lovers, be sure to check out the 4,200 pieces of contemporary art by Frank Stella, Andy Warhol and Dale Chihuly around the hotel. You’ll also find award-winning landscaped gardens full of tropical plans, rocks and waterfalls strategically placed around the swimming pool.
Because of the space at the Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, as well its proximity to all the great things there are to do in Singapore, it’s a family friendly hotel.
So what is there to do after a long day of exploring Singapore’s sites or enjoying the Marina Centre? The hotel has an excellent spa that guests can use: the Spa at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore. Here, you’ll have your individual needs assessed and can organize treatments that will work to relax you and improve your health.
There are also a slew of dining options available at the hotel. Have a meal at Summer Pavilion (where you’ll taste classical Cantonese delicacies) or go to Greenhouse for some more “international” flavors. Chihuly lounge has traditional afternoon tea, cocktails and live entertainment and Shiraishi caters to those who enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine. Whatever you’re in the mood for, you’re sure to find it.