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The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore

15 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178906
| +65 6368 8888
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The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore

Why we love it: A Singapore arrival from one of Europe’s first luxury hotel groups

The Highlights:
- Michelin three-star cuisine at 15 Stamford
- Five-star hospitality in understated environs
- An outdoor saltwater relaxation pool

Located in Singapore’s civic and cultural district, the Capitol Kempinski Hotel is a modern day union of two of Singapore’s most historic landmarks: the Capitol Building and Stamford House. Reimagined by late interior designer Jaya Ibrahim and his team (now part of BLINK Design Group), the aesthetic stays true to the buildings’ colonial art deco style with high corniced ceilings, dramatic archways, and grand windows revealing sweeping vistas and loads of natural light. Thoughtful details are woven throughout each of the 157 guest rooms, including Chengal wood flooring, custom lacquered Indian rosewood furniture, and cornices resembling fish scales (to signify the Merlion, Singapore’s official mascot). The hotel takes pride in its culinary programming, placing a heavy emphasis on high-quality products and a carefully curated wine selection (reflecting the brand’s origins as a 19th century wine merchant). Experience them both at signature restaurant 15 Stamford, where three-star Michelin chef Alvin Leung serves reinterpreted Asian classics (e.g. Assam suckling pig with fresh fig; Hokkaido scallops with shiso and soy jelly). Satiate further cravings at the hotel’s other dining ventures, including The Bar at 15 Stamford (for specialty rums and chocolates) The Lobby Lounge (for afternoon tea), Berthold Delikatessen, (for German breads and pastries), and Frieda (for German-Austrian fare). Continue that self-care with a visit to the outdoor saltwater pool or the spa, where a team uses award-winning products from Gaylia Kristensen for several stress-relieving treatments.
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