The story of Singapore’s journey from a British colony to independence and modernisation is reflected across four brand new suites following a major renovation at Four Seasons Singapore.
As part of a room renewal project carried out across the entire property, the four-month upgrade was led by Hirsch Bedner Associates – the same interior design firm which oversaw the hotel’s original design on its opening back in 1994. The four new suites are the Presidential Suite, Ambassador Suite, Governor Suite and Royal Suite.
Sitting as the top-tiered accommodation category is the Presidential Suite. At nearly 200 square metres, the hotel’s largest suite features a black and white colour scheme with gold trim. Located on the 19th floor, the suite reflects the grand colonial houses which still stand today. Guests can also enjoy panoramic views of the city from this suite.
The Ambassador Suite and Governor Suite both offer 167 square metres of space and are both reflective of Singapore’s time as a trading port. One floor down is the Royal Suite which provides for 150 square metres of space. Inspired by the Singapore Botanic Gardens, this suite offers a black and green colour scheme, backed with palm and animal motifs in its artwork and accessories.
The room renewal project at Four Seasons Singapore has encompassed all 221 rooms along with the four suites. The hotel says the works “artfully unfurl Singapore’s legacy through thoughtful use of key motifs, textures and colour palettes to create intentional, ambient design that portrays and acknowledges Singapore as a dynamic, cosmopolitan nation with a storied history.”