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A new hotel has popped up in the heart of our cultural crossroads. Specifically at the point where Kampong Glam, Little India, and the Bras Basah Bugis arts and entertainment hub cross paths.

Managed by the Hyatt Hotels Corporation, Andaz Singapore is the first Andaz hotel to open in Southeast Asia, joining its 17 other global counterparts.

Andaz Singapore has chosen to be situated closer to some of our cultural heritage sites such as Little India and Kampong Glam, making it one of the few luxury hotels that isn’t located along Orchard Road or Marina Bay.

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The hotel draws inspiration from its surroundings, such as the vibrant shophouses and intimate alleys in Kampong Glam, and weaves this ambience into its interior design and atmosphere.

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Andaz Singapore is located in DUO, an iconic pair of concave skyscrapers that’s right in front of Singapore’s very own Gotham building, Parkview Square. You can’t miss it.

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If the concave design doesn’t catch your eye, the hexagonal windows surely will. Doesn’t it look like a honeycomb?

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DUO is the largest integrated development in the Ophir-Rochor district. It comprises retail spaces, residences, offices, and the new Andaz Singapore hotel. It is directly connected to Bugis MRT station via underground pathways so navigation around Singapore is made easy.

Andaz Singapore has 342 contemporary guestrooms, including 26 suites, each fitted with floor-to-ceiling windows that perfectly frame stunning views of the city.

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As with every Andaz hotel, guests get to enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi and mini-bar, refreshments in the Sunroom, and access to the Andaz Lounge Hour from 4pm to 6pm daily where guests can help themselves to the complimentary red and white wines and Andaz Pale Ale.

For the fitness buffs, there is a 24-hour gym so you can work out at any time of the day.

Which hotel is complete without a pool? Andaz Singapore has an outdoor pool on the 25th floor offering amazing views of the city!

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For meetings, corporate events, weddings and parties, there are four meeting venues collectively referred to as Alley on 3, spanning 14,800 square feet in total.

There is a stunning ‘glass box’ event space known as The Glasshouse which looks amazing.

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Andaz And Dining

Guests of Andaz have a wide variety of food and beverage options to choose from. Alley on 25, 665°F, Mr. Stork and Pandan are ready to cater to every guest’s dining preference.

Alley on 25 is an all-day dining venue on level 25, offering different dining concepts, each centred around a food preparation method, a bar, and stunning sky-high views of the city.

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665°F is a steakhouse named after the temperature of their signature wood-fired oven. It is situated on the 38th floor of Andaz and specialises in gourmet meats and seafood.

Located on the 39th floor, Mr. Stork is a rooftop bar with an interesting teepee-hut seating as well as a bar pavilion offering 360-degree views of the city.

If you’re a guest at Andaz looking to grab a bite to go, Pandan offers savoury gourmet buns and drinks as well as chiffon cakes with various flavours such as bandung, durian, coconut, and black sesame.

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Andaz Singapore is currently having an opening offer! Visit Andaz Singapore and get 20% off all guestrooms and an additional 3000 “World of Hyatt” bonus points (per stay, with a minimum of 2 nights booked).

Andaz Singapore
Address: 5 Fraser Street, SIngapore, 189354
Contact no.: 6408 1234
Website

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