Rooms and suites are decked out in muted browns and creams, their sophisticated dark-wood furnishings contrasting with the city’s skyline and, in some cases, the deep blue of Marina Bay. Premier Bay Rooms are a special highlight, with their en-suite Jacuzzis, while the lavishly appointed Theme Suites are a throw-back to the glamour of the early 20th century and add in the likes of exclusive balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The dining experiences here are just as special, with four restaurants serving up a globe-spanning array of culinary delights. There’s La Brasserie with its menu of French bistro favourites, the Clifford Pier, where guests can sample everything from Singaporean classics – think succulent wagyu beef and spicy prawn laksa – to an indulgent afternoon tea – one of the best in the city. And, there are two bars – Lantern for after-hours drinks and The Landing Point for a tempting range of artisanal cocktails accompanied by the twinkling ivories of the resident pianist.
And that’s not all. There’s a fully equipped gym – perfect for working off those calories – and a fabulous rooftop pool flanked by two glass-framed Jacuzzis. What’s more, the nearby Fullerton Hotel – the Bay’s sister property – offers guests full use of its superb spa.