Marina Bay Sands Ushers In A New Era Of Luxury Hospitality
Celebrate 13 great years at Marina Bay Sands with newly renovated rooms
Marina Bay Sands’ US$1 billion reinvestment programme, its most ambitious to date since opening in 2010, reached a critical milestone this week with the completion of over 850 hotel rooms. These new abodes set the tone for a new era of luxury hospitality for the property.
The new Marina Bay Sands rooms, which are located in Towers 1 and 2 of the iconic hotel, represent the first wave of exquisitely designed luxury accommodation. It draws inspiration from Singapore’s multicultural environment and is sure to leave guests with an experience they won’t soon forget.
Moreover, the newly designed rooms and suites, convey a sense of space and intricacy. Each offer a view of the multi-year transformation that had its roots in late 2021, when the integrated resort started to reimagine the future of luxury hospitality and travel.
Paul Town, Marina Bay Sands’ Chief Operating Officer, said, “This extensive design transformation of our iconic Hotel is a leap forward in our commitment to set new benchmarks for ourselves and the industry. And the transformation doesn’t just stop at our new rooms, as this is only the beginning.”
“Over the next few years, guests will witness luxury at every corner of our property. From the arrival experience at the Lobby to new concepts on Sands SkyPark, every guest touchpoint is being reviewed and transformed, at a scale unprecedented in our 13 years of operations. We are very excited about what lies ahead as we transform to meet the evolving and elevated expectations of our guests.” He added.
Thus far, over 850 rooms at the Marina Bay Sands have already been completed. This is nearly two-thirds of the 1,282 rooms and these renovations are at Towers 1 and 2. The next phase of renovation will focus on the ultra-luxe suites. Soon, all of the rooms will have been redesigned as well.
More To Come
All in, the hotel renewal will see more suites being created at Marina Bay Sands within these two towers, from 137 previously to around 422. This is in-line to cater to the rising demand for luxury travel in the region.
With the transformation in both towers expected to be completed by end 2023, the renewal will continue into Tower 3, the Hotel Lobby and Sands SkyPark. The integrated resort’s suite of world-class experiences will also encompass a revamped Executive Club lounge, new premium fine dining options, and health and wellness offerings.
More information can be found on the Official Marina Bay Sands Website.