JW Marriott makes its first foray
into Singapore with the opening
of the JW Marriott Singapore
South Beach. This Philippe Starck-designed luxury landmark in the
heart of Singapore’s arts and culture
district fuses sleek contemporary
architecture with restored heritage.
Located close to key attractions and
the Marina Bay entertainment and
business district, the hotel features
634 guest rooms—including 47
suites, two sky gardens, a signature
Spa by JW, and nine restaurants/
bars, including a Japanese/Korean
restaurant helmed by celebrity
chef, Akira Back. Already a perfect
leisure option, the hotel is connected
via a pedestrian link bridge to the
Suntec Singapore Convention and
Exhibition Centre, making it ideal
for business travel as well.
Its Debut in
at the newly
Bar Q88 in
and Bar Q88
The JW Marriott Hong Kong completed the renovation of The Lounge and Bar Q88, where guests
can now experience a stylishly elevated décor and an enhanced dining and bar scene with superb culinary
and beverage offerings. Still on the menu is the popular lunch buffet, which features a signature noodle
bar and Asian bistro-inspired dishes, like Southeast Asian curries and braised egg noodle with abalone.
For afternoon tea lovers, The Lounge introduces new high tea varieties, where guests can enjoy king crab
donuts, porcini-truffle quiche and Scottish smoked salmon sandwiches from an exquisitely prepared tea
set, as well as a buffet of savories and sweet treats. Other offerings include a supper buffet and Sunday
brunch with fresh seafood, carvings and free-flowing Moët & Chandon. Of course, Bar Q88 is first and
foremost a classic hotel bar, serving an extensive collection of premium whisky brands, cocktails and
champagnes in a stylish and intimate setting, with live entertainment well into the evening. The hotel is
also the first to offer the world’s first and only Riedel Room, where guests can taste limited-edition wines.
The JW Marriott
South Beach is a
brilliant show of
form and function.