Marriott Singapore Novena Presents Las Palmas at Courtyard
Inspired by Palm Springs, it is THE destination for you
Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena underwent a facelift that began early this year and now the result is officially ready. Say hello to Las Palmas, a new rooftop poolside bar inspired by Palm Springs and this new concept is a modern interpretation of mid-century modernism in California. The best part? It is now open to the public.
True to its inspiration, Las Palmas provides you a unique escape from the hectic daily grind and this poolside bar is located on level 33 of the Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena hotel. Being a rooftop bar, the whole area is open and breezy so it never gets stuffy. Plus, the view of the surrounding cityscape is to die for.
Mr Peter Khong, General Manager at Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena said, “The triple threat of a rooftop-poolside venue, a strong F&B selection, and a uniquely vibrant theme is not a dining concept that we have previously seen in Singapore. With every element carefully curated to reflect the luxury of the mid-twentieth century, Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena looks forward to welcoming guests to our paradise in the skies.”
Las Palmas was designed by specialist designer in luxury food and beverage concepts, Emma Maxwell and leans heavily on the exciting and bright era of the 1960s. Add that with the glamour of Palm Springs present in every corner and you have yourself a rooftop poolside bar you won’t ever want to leave.
The outlet also offers an all-day menu built around classic Americana, Mexican and Southern Californian dishes while working closely with spirit distributor, Proof & Company. This means that no matter what time of day you stop by, you are guaranteed a mouth watering selection of food and snacks.
Additionally, Las Palmas is more than guaranteed to knock your socks off when it comes to food and cocktails as it is led by award-winning head bartender Ron Aransay, who spent six years spearheading the Macallan Whisky Bar and Lounge in Macau and Head Chef John Chye who was more than 20 years of experience under his belt.
“Ready to delight, the one-of-a-kind Palm Springs-inspired Las Palmas will offer Singaporeans a quick escape to the famed destination without needing to travel out of the country, A robust addition to the landscape, Las Palmas will further elevate the country’s dynamic bar scene.” Added Khong.
Check out courtyardsingapore.com to find out more.