Regent Singapore The

1 Cuscaden Rd, Singapore, 249715, Singapore
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 2 reviews
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Pampered, and away from the crowds

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 24, 2004

The taxi dropped me off right in front, and the doormen rushed over to open the cab doors for me...hmmm, I thought, this could be nice.
"Welcome Sir, may we take your bags?"
Sure, after 18 hours on a plane, I'd say yes to just about anything, but this was just the beginning of my experience with this high level of service. Every door was opened for me, the entire staff inquired about my needs and my day. The fresh fruit and flowers in the elevator lobbies was an extra touch. The lobby itself was stunning. It's one of those atrium-style open lobbies, with glass elevators in the center. Water fountains added to the relaxing setting. The rooms were very nice, not the biggest, but plenty large for the two of us.

Unique Quality: When I arrived, I found out that this hotel is part of the Four Seasons hotel group. The high level of service was something that I haven't experienced before but would love to have again. The little touches from the friendly and inquisitive staff are what we'll remember the most.
We had a memorable experience in The Bar on our last night. Long story short...we had cuban cigars, champagne, listened to, and talked with the entertainment (a singer of the standards) for a few hours.

Directions: At the far end of Orchard road, near the tanglin mall, tanglin place, and tanglin center.

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Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 14, 2003

Regent International Hotels was founded in 1972 with the intention of establishing a group of world-class hotels focused on the Pacific Rim.

From 1972 to 1979 the Company opened and managed a number of hotels, but only gained truly international recognition in 1980 with the opening of its flagship, The Regent Hong Kong. The property was instantly accepted by the public and, by 1982, was recognised as being one of the world's great hotels. Since 1991, it has been named one of the world's top two hotels by Institutional Investor's Annual Poll; having achieved the number one position in two consecutive years.

In 1992, Regent International Hotels became a wholly owned subsidy of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, Ltd. of Toronto, Canada. The Regent and Four Seasons brand are associated with hotels of the highest quality and exceptional service, meeting the needs of the international traveller.

As a group they continue to garner prestigious awards from the readers of Institutional Investor, Conde Nast Traveller, Travel & Leisure as well as independent rating services.

In December, 1996, Four Seasons signed a binging letter of intent to partner with Carlson Hospitality Worldwide to develop and market new hotels under The Regent brand. The plan is to build on Regent 's outstanding reputation while adding new locations in Asia and around the world.

Regent properties are currently located in the Sounth-East Asian of Hong Kong, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore and Taipei, Sydney, Australia and Beverly Hills, California and the United States.

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Address: 1 Cuscaden Rd, Singapore, 249715, Singapore

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Amenities at Regent Singapore The

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Room Service
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Parking
  • Business Services
  • Pets Allowed
  • Suites
  • Free High Speed Internet

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