The skyscraper-filled Southeast Asian island of Singapore is a thriving economic and business hub with strong annual growth, welcoming at least 1.1 million tourist arrivals from both business and leisure travelers monthly. This is what drives its impressive hospitality scene and luxury hotels on the island city-state are a dime a dozen.

Often, travelers to Singapore would find themselves spoilt for choice as these alluring offerings seduce them, tempt them, and pull them in all directions. But if unparalleled authentic luxury is what you desire, then there is no better choice than The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, Singapore’s first luxury heritage lifestyle destination.

The Kempinski brand has always been focused on the aim of creating one of the world’s most sought-after hotel collections. Each Kempinski property boasts a blend of the brand’s trademark style and its own distinct character to suit the local culture. Guests can expect European elegance with a tinge of oriental charm in China and live the Arabian Nights in the Middle East with a bit of European flair.

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The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, whose opening was the city’s most anticipated of 2018, is a seamless and inspiring union of two of Singapore’s celebrated landmarks, Capitol Building and Stamford House. Reimagined by renowned interior designer, the late Jaya Ibrahim and his team (now part of BLINK Design Group), the design stays true to the colonial art deco aesthetic prevalent in the early 1900s when the two conservation buildings were constructed, while subtly updated with a sophisticated and modern touch.

Bridging the past and the present, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore features design elements which infuse homely warmth into the space without compromising the grandeur of its colonial art deco and Victorian aesthetics. This majestic art deco jewel is truly alive with a plentiful of stories to tell as history and memories emanate from its walls.

Kempinski’s timeless European elegance translates well into The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s breathtaking guestrooms and suites. Its 157 guestrooms span almost 50 unique configurations, combining ultra-luxury features with state-of-the-art technology while working cohesively with the architectural features of the heritage building to provide refined comfort.

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Soothe your weariness in whichever way you choose, be it washing your worries away in a free-standing, deep-soaking bath or letting your favorite tunes calm your soul over a Sonos audio system. The generous work desk area and complimentary WiFi provides you with a platform to exercise your productivity while a minibar filled with refreshing non-alcoholic beverages is ever ready to quench your thirst.

For guests of The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s exquisite suites, a complimentary daily gourmet awaits.

But no matter which of the opulent guestrooms becomes your picking, at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, you will never go hungry for its selection of restaurants and bars waiting to introduce you to an exquisite selection of culinary treasures.

Let your stomach guide you through The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s gastronomic delights which reflect Singapore’s undeniably rich food culture that is deeply rooted in its multicultural identity. Just like the rest of the majestic establishment, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s restaurants and bars are sure to enchant you and whet your appetite.

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Rise early and pop by 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung where you will find a bespoke selection of reimagined Asian-fusion dishes lovingly made by its three-starred Michelin chef, perfect for a satisfying, savory breakfast. The restaurant showcases chef-founder Alvin Leung’s favorite recipes in Asia, paying humble tribute to different cuisines through Korea, the Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Singapore.

If you are hankering for a taste of contemporary classics, make your way over to Berthold Delikatessen, inspired by Kempinski founder Berthold Kempinski. Here, you can tuck into an assortment of sandwiches with thrilling fillings and fresh salads while people-watching in true classic European café style.

And non-early birds need not worry as The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s The Lobby Lounge is a haven where you can while the day away while savoring its legendary European afternoon tea.

At the enchanting Frieda, named after Berthold Kempinski’s daughter, the stage is set for a romantic evening as you feast on authentic German cuisine with a modern twist. Watch the chefs whip up a frenzy through the open kitchen counter as you sip on a pint of ice-cold German beer on tap. For those who would love a glass of wine or two after, The Bar is an exclusive and private enclave which offers an array of refreshing tipples and masterfully crafted late night cocktails.

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Of course, the ultimate indulgence awaits at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s The Spa. Pamper yourself to a fusion of modern therapies and traditional Asian massages which have been fine-tuned to revive and rejuvenate your body. Alternatively, treat your body to a dip in the outdoor saltwater pool which has calming and detoxifying effects not only support your immune, nervous, and lymphatic systems, but also has skin-smoothing benefits.

At The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, no expense is spared in ensuring that your body, mind, and soul is bestowed the ultimate Kempinski experience.

Book now to experience a slice of luxury in the thick of Singapore.




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