Hotel Re! welcomes guests that are looking for an out-of-the-ordinary hotel experience. Hotel re is a theme hotel that carries you from the inexorable hustle and bustle of today’s life into the creative and sensual 60s and 70s. The guestrooms are characterised by retro design elements, iconic pop culture and the exhilarating colours of that particularly inventive and original era. State-of-the-art facilities at Hotel Re include, among others: complimentary shuttle bus service to downtown and city area and complimentary 24-hours WIFI. Re!Union, Re!Call, Re!Tune : Hotel Re features a Function Room hosting up to 100 banquet guests and 150 guest in theatre-seating. 2 Meeting Rooms catered to small-sized meetings – 10 – 20 guests per seating depending on required arrangement. The Re!Fill Restaurant of Hotel Re, located in the lobby, is the ideal food sanctuary for those who like to dine while engaging in business or leisure meeting sessions for BLD (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner). Located at the second level of the hotel, the Re!Wine is an ideal setting for a chill-out moment. Guests can relax in the outdoor seating area that faces Pearl’s Hill Park.
Hotel Re! is located on Chin Swee Road, within easy reach of both Chinatown and Outram Park metro stations. Changi International Airport is at 20 minutes.[查看地图]
|类型：||Epoque Classic Superior [学习更多]|
|地址：||175A Chin Swee Road Singapore 169879 [查看地图]|
|可否用信用卡结账：||MASTERCARD, VISA, AMEX|
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Singapore, once a quiet fishing village, was founded in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles, an official of the British East India Company, who though it was an ideal location for a trading post. Since then it has become one of the world's most prosperous cities. Known as the Lion City, Singapore is by far the largest and most significant island among the others that constitute the state of Singapore. Here, Asian tradition meets modern technology - glinting skyscrapers tower over traditional dwellings, while Chinese and Hindu temples dot the city. Singapore is an interesting combination of ancient and modern. The city is home to an ethnic mix of Chinese, Malays and Indians, as well as expats from all over the world, in a mostly English-speaking society. Its free trade policy as has led to an extraordinary rise in the standard of living and exponential economic growth, due mainly to the export industry. Singapore is frequently designated as Asia's top business destination, and is regarded as one of the finest places for international conferences, conventions and exhibitions. Singapore will host the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics.