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HOTEL REVIEW; PARK HOTEL CLARKE QUAY, SINGAPORE

The Park Hotel Clarke Quay is a tropical oasis in one of Singapore’s most colourful districts.

The hotel’s location at the mouth of the Singapore River, is where the foundations of modern Singapore were laid more than 150 years ago, and it is one of best locations in the city for nightlife and entertainment.

Clarke Quay calls itself a ‘riverside festival village with a wide range of dining options, shopping outlets, bars and nightclubs. It’s also a short walk from bustling Chinatown where you can trawl the tourist shops along Pagoda Street, visit the Chinese Heritage Centre or sample local hawker food sold from retro-style pushcarts at Smith Street’s Chinatown Food Street.

The hotel itself has 336 rooms, with architecture inspired by Singapore’s colonial past and modern pampering facilities including a 25-metre outdoor pool and a rather spectacular bar and cabana style pavilions. In fact wego.com users voted the pool in the Top 10 swimming pools in the Asia Pacific region.

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The rooms and suites have elevated roofs, city or river views, internet access, and modern furnishings. With a Club Room you’ll also have access to the Crystal Club lounge facilities and Club privileges.

The rooms and suites have elevated roofs, city or river views, internet access, and modern furnishings. With a Club Room you’ll also have access to the Crystal Club lounge facilities and Club privileges.

  • Late checkout
  • Buffet breakfast served at the Crystal Club Lounge
  • Complimentary hors d’oeuvres at the club lounge
  • Light refreshments and non-alcoholic beverages at the club lounge throughout the day
  • Daily newspapers, magazines and books
  • Complimentary internet access
  • Complimentary two pieces of laundry per day
  • 20% off dining at hotel’s F&B outlets

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The hotel’s day spa, Spa Park Asia provides various spa treatments and pampering options. The signature treatment is the Gold Lava Shell Massage S$198+ (90 mins) which uses “warm lava shells to generate energy to loosen tight muscles while a customised massage combined with a unique blend of Gold & Uplifting Oil focuses on problem areas.

There are two restaurants to choose from, the Brizo Restaurant and Bar, and the Cocobolo Poolside Bar and Grill. The Brizo Restaurant and Bar has more lavish meals and is where the breakfast buffet is held each morning. The Cocobolo Poolside Bar is a more laid back and casual style dining option with views of the sunset over the city skyline.

Located a short 5 minutes’ walk to Clarke Quay station it’s the perfect hub for exploring all that Singapore has to offer. More information: parkhotelgroup.com

This story can also be seen on Holiday Goddess

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1 Comment

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    Moritz
    October 5, 2015 at 8:34 pm

    Looks really good. Thanks for the review! 🙂

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