Published on : Thursday, March 2, 2017
This 15-storey hotel is set in the heart of the heritage enclave of Bugis and Bras Basah and offers travellers and guests the advantage of being surrounded by a myriad historical and cultural sites, trendy shopping malls with hip and diverse eateries. It is located within walking distance of the Central Business District and Singapore’s prime shopping zone – Orchard Road.
The hotel features 395 guest rooms and suites that come in four room types – Standard Room, Loft Room, Superior Room and Executive Loft Room. The loft room is a unique room category concept of Mercure Singapore Bugis offering floor to ceiling window panel with a cosy sitting area that features a foldable sofa bed and stairs leading up to a comfortable bedroom loft with a queen-size bed.
Besides free WiFi in every room, the hotel also offers guests complimentary access to over 2,000 online publications via the PressReader App. Topping the list of conveniences is the availability of a Smartphone with unlimited free mobile internet access. Free local and IDD calls can be made to ten key destinations worldwide. The mobile device also offers an up-to-date City Guide for guests while they are on the go.
The hotel also boasts three stellar F&B concepts including a contemporary Cantonese restaurant – Song Garden, an all-day-dining concept – Royale, and BARtistry – a chill-out lobby bar.
Every room and common area of the hotel is designed and decorated to reflect the Lion City’s rich cultural background and diverse ethnicities. An eclectic mix of contemporary and uniquely-Singapore artworks, sculptures and paintings were commissioned for this hotel to reflect the aesthetics and local charm of its surrounding precinct.
Says Mr Rhys Challenger, General Manager. “The Mercure brand, wherever it may be worldwide, always creates a locally-inspired experience that reflects the charm of the city it is situated in. Mercure Singapore Bugis showcases this beautifully and at the same time, offers our guests modern amenities and comforts they are accustomed to.”