The wide open lobby area, grand staircase and gorgeous use of stone that is prevalent throughout this Sheraton make it a timeless, classic hotel.
Defined as “home” in Latin, DOMVS serves Italian food in an elegant but comfortable setting (stay tuned for our review). Named after the famous Tang Dynasty Poet, Li Bai is renowned for its Cantonese cuisine served in a grand table setting of jade, silver and fine bone china.
You can also indulge in delectably intricate desserts at The Pâtisserie by Pastry Chef Wong Teck Hwa or enjoy Afternoon Tea in the lovely Lobby Bar (see video). Additionally, the Pool Bar provides the perfect oasis for a cooling dip or basking in the sun while indulging in a wide selection of snacks and drinks.
Featuring elegantly detailed furnishings, the Sheraton Towers Singapore offers 420 tastefully decorated guestrooms. Each room includes luxurious pillow topped Simmons Beautyrest System beds covered in Frette Italian bed linens. And all guestrooms come complete with personalized butler service, flat screen televisions, two line speaker phones, thermostat controlled shower fixtures and plug-and-play broadband internet access. Wifi access is available for a fee but is complimentary for SPG Gold members. We stayed in a recently renovated higher level Deluxe King room with floor to ceiling windows, offering us a fantastic view of the surrounding area.
The Towers Executive Programme is available for Platinum SPG members and is specially designed for discerning business travellers who value extra comfort and privacy that befit their status. Its lounge is one of the largest and nicest club lounges we’ve seen at a Sheraton property. If you’ve been following our adventures on Twitter, you might have caught a glimpse of the chic lounge here.
Here is our brief video overview of the Sheraton Towers Singapore:
Many thanks to Zareen Huang of the Sheraton Towers Singapore for our wonderful stay!
39 Scotts Road
+65 6737 6888