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Two Hotels To Watch In Singapore

Category: Hotels, Posted:01 Sep 2015 | 06:00 am

Last week in Singapore I had sneak previews of two new hotels opening later this year.
First up in the new Patina Capital which oozes boutique luxury in a historic setting.
Interiors by the late Ibrahim Jaya, the hotel and also an adjacent period cinema is simply stunning.
As for the F & B concept, the signature outlet is Peruvian under the name ERU.
Leading restaurant consulting group AvroKO developed the theme.
Also in the works is The South Beach, which has interiors by Philippe Starck.
While it's a large offering the buzz is certainly on, given the property will open shortly.
So there you are, two new excellent reasons to sleep over in Singapore.

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