St. Regis Singapore Signature Art Collection
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The St. Regis Singapore offers a unique experience to guests of the hotel with its signature art collection, showcasing some of the world's premier collections with exclusive access to museum quality art in an exquisite ambience. The hotel houses a private art collection, boasting over 70 works of art, including sculptures, paintings, and prints by internationally renowned artists.
Curated to complement and enhance the Chinoiserie décor, the artwork at the hotel provide a backdrop of classic sophistication and elegance, crafted for modern connoisseurs, art aficionados and those have an avid appreciation of art.
Pieces by international masters including Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall and Joan Miró; unique artwork by Nanyang and Asian artists including Georgette Chen, Cheong Soo Pieng and Li Chen, were selected to represent both western and eastern influences, as well as the diverse character and cultures of Singapore. Dive into The St. Regis Singapore’s art collection, with the hotel’s art appreciation sessions held daily.
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THE ART OF LIVING: ART APPRECIATION AT THE ST. REGIS SINGAPORE
We invite our in-residence guests to join us for an art appreciation at 6pm daily.
Guests who are interested can register with our St. Regis Concierge at 5:45pm at the Lobby.
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My wife and I just completed our stay at this beautiful property. The public rooms were spacious and completely up to date, as was our room. We had just disembarked from a cruise and we found the bathroom portion of our room to be larger than the entire stateroom on the cruise. Our early check in request, while not promised, was in fact provided, which was very important to us under our circumstances. In addition to the early check in, the staff was very responsive and having butler service was an added benefit. The only negatives we found were the disorganization of the wait staff at breakfast and as tourists, the location of the property (which was away from the primary attractions, other than for shopping, but since taxis were so inexpensive, it was not as much of problem as it might otherwise have been. first appeared to be).