Sundowners with a Difference – Gear Up and Explore

What’s one to do as the sun sets over the horizon in the central business district of Changi? Plenty, as John Maxwell a Long Stay Guest at Capri by Fraser, Changi City /Singapore will tell you:

“I saw the adverts for ‘Gear up and Explore – the cycling experience’ posted around the hotel. I thought it would be a good way to explore the local area and to get to know my fellow guests and the staff at the hotel. I have not cycled for years but the team at Capri by Fraser made my Changi experience so enjoyable. The pace was just right. The route was safe, scenic and well organised. Safety and comfort was a key concern for the Capri team and that was very reassuring. The break for food and drink was an added bonus. However, it was the warmth, kindness and friendliness of the Capri staff that made it not just a lovely experience but a highlight of my time in Singapore. After the trip I was buzzing, not just from the enjoyable experience but the fact that the acquaintances I had begun the journey with had become my friends.”

From left: Vernon Lee, General Manager with our guests, Rosemarijn Kriek (in yellow top), John Maxwell (in orange top) and Santosh Kumar Podishetti (in chrome orange top), along with our enthusiastic team of cyclists from Front Office

From left: Vernon Lee, General Manager with our guests, Rosemarijn Kriek (in yellow top), John Maxwell (in orange top) and Santosh Kumar Podishetti (in chrome orange top), along with our enthusiastic team of cyclists from Front Office

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Next Stop: Ho Chi Minh City!

Image from wikipedia, credit to calflier001

Image from wikipedia, credit to calflier001

Capri by Fraser has expanded from Singapore to the Vietnamese city, Ho Chi Minh City! In honour of that, today we’ll introduce you to the city and show you the amazing sites you can visit there.

Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam, and boasts a population of 9 million citizens. You may also know it by its former (and still commonly used today) name, Saigon. It was officially renamed in 1975, after the communist takeover of South Vietnam. The provisional government named it after Ho Chi Minh, the late Vietnamese revolutionary leader.

If you visit the city, you will find that it is a dynamic urban area, with modern skyscrapers mixed with Chinese-style pagodas and food stalls along its streets.  Indeed, the city’s lifestyle and architecture can be said to be a fusion of Western and Asian influences with Vietnamese traits, and is as historical as it is modern.

And you will find that there are lots of things to do here, with Ho Chi Minh City considered to be the most entertaining place in Vietnam! With amusement parks, historical sites, great food and a booming night life, you will never get bored.

Below are some of Ho Chi Minh City’s tourist spots… Check them out if you can!

 

Reunification Palace

Image from wikipedia, credit to Mahen Bala

Image from wikipedia, credit to Mahen Bala

 

Formerly known as the Independence Palace, it used to be the home of the president of South Vietnam and is a landmark of Ho Chi Minh City today.

The building has a lot of historical sentiment attached to it. It was constructed at the site of the old Norodom Palace which had been witness to two world wars. In 1962, two rebel pilots bombed the palace and destroyed the entire left wing. As it was impossible to restore, the president ordered it demolished and commissioned a new building in its place.

It now functions as a museum where visitors can view important moments of Vietnam’s past.

The Reunification Palace is located at 135 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia Street on District 1.

 

Saigon Opera House

Image from wikipedia, credit to Jorge Lascar

Image from wikipedia, credit to Jorge Lascar

The Saigon Opera House (also known as The Municipal Theatre) is an example of Vietnam’s French Colonial architecture. All the furnishings and décor used inside were drawn by a French artist and sent by France.

It was designed by French architect Ferret Eugene and was built in 1897 as a classical opera house to entertain French Colonists. After 1956, the theatre was used as the Lower House Assembly for Southern Vietnam, and was only converted back to its original purpose in 1975.

In 1998, to celebrate the 300th birthday of Saigon, the municipal government invited several famous architects and artists to restore the place.

The Saigon Opera House is located at Le Loi Avenue in District 1.

 

Giác Lâm Pagoda

Image from wikipedia, credit to DoktorMax

Image from wikipedia, credit to DoktorMax

Built in 1744, this Buddhist pagoda is one of the oldest temples in the city, and is an official historical landmark.

Its name came about after the Monk Thich Lam Quang of the Lam Te Zen lineage arrived to become the Abbott of the temple.

Giac Lam Pagoda consists of three buildings – main ceremonial hall, dharma preaching hall and meal hall. Many Buddhas are worshipped here, such as bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, Gautama Buddha and Quan Am. The moment you enter, you will see a big Bodhi tree, which was a gift from the Sri Lankan Great Monk Narada in 1953.

Giac Lam Pagoda is located at 118 Lạc Long Quân Street in the Tan Binh District.

 

If you planning on a holiday to Vietnam, do check out this amazing city!

Book a stay with us at Capri by Fraser, Ho Chi Minh City/Vietnam today!

Name Our Mascot Winner!

Finally… the results are in for the NAME OUR MASCOT contest!

We’ve received some great entries which made our decision tough.. but in the end, we are pleased to announce the winner – Mr. Jon Xiao, with his suggestions of Sophie & Lola!

Jon and Capri's Duty Manager, Farez

Jon and Capri’s Duty Manager, Farez

The names chosen received the highest votes among the Capri staff! Congrats Jon, you’ve won a 2D1N stay at Capri by Fraser!

A big thank you to everyone who participated! Watch this space for more contests to come!

HAIRSPRAY: Premiering in Malaysia & Singapore

 

The eight-time Tony Award-winning musical, HAIRSPRAY, will premiere in Malaysia and Singapore this September!

The musical was inspired by the 1988 film by John Waters of the same name. An American romantic musical comedy, it starred Ricki Lake, Divine, Debbie Harry and Sonny Bono, among others. The film became a cult classic, and in 2002, was adapted into a broadway musical.

In 2007, another film adaptation of Hairspray was released which starred John Travolta, Zac Efron and Nikki Blonsky.

HAIRSPRAY centers around Tracy Turnblad, an overweight teenager who loves dancing and is a fan of the Corny Collins Show. When one of the show’s stars leave, Corny Collins holds an audition, and with the help of her friends, Tracy makes it onto the show. Her dancing skills also attract the attention of Link Larkin, the heartthrob of the show.

However, life is not all roses for Tracy. The Corny Collins Show’s manager, Velma Von Tussle and her scheming daughter, the dance queen Amber, are not happy with the decision to have Tracy on the show. As they plot to destroy Tracy, all hell breaks loose.

HAIRSPRAY is a show that guarantees great entertainment for the whole family, so be sure not to miss it!

It will run from 17-22 September 2013 at the Plenary Hall, Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre in Malaysia. Fraser Place Kuala Lumpur is proud to be the official hotel of this event. And if you’re planning to catch the musical in KL, good news! Buy 2 tickets at RM980.00nett and enjoy 1 complimentary room night stay inclusive of breakfasts for 2 persons. For more info on this promotion, you can contact sharifah.laila@frasershospitality.com.

From there, the show will move on to Singapore, where it will run from 26 September to 1 October at the Esplanade Theatres. All Frasers Hospitality properties in Singapore, including Capri by Fraser Changi City, are official hospitality sponsors for the musical.

Tickets are on sale now, so hurry and book your tickets today!

Food Tasting Sessions

We recently held an in-house food tasting session for the dishes we serve at Capri by Fraser.

Below are some of the dishes we tried:

Chocolate pralines

Duck spaghetti

Hokkien mee

Laksa

Sambal fish (available for Seafoodlicious)

Pork knuckles (available for Meatilicious)

Mini wagyu burgers

 

Earth Hour 2013

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Tomorrow, the 23rd of March, Saturday, at 8:30PM – 9:30PM, is Earth Hour.

It is the largest symbolic mass event that was born out of hope for people to take action on climate change. Millions of people around the world will do their part by switching off lights on the hour, as a massive show of concern for the environment.

Capri by Fraser will also be participating in Earth Hour by:

  • Switching off the lights at our water feature wall
  • Switching off the reflective pump
  • Switching off the pump for water fountain light
  • Switching off all building signage
  • Switching off of some lights at Caprilicious
  • Switching off guest corridor cove lights
  • Switching off E- concierge
  • Switching off lobby music
  • Switching off lights at Hotspot
  • Switching off lights at all Spin & Play rooms
  • Switching off Gym lights
  • Switching off all office lights and copiers

We will also be having a special candlelight dinner at Caprilicious during the hour for all guests who wish to join us in taking part in this meaningful cause.

Play your part by switching off your lights during Earth Hour too; together we can make a difference!

Paddle Away to Fitness!

Image courtesy of Wikipedia, credit to PD-AUTHOR

Image courtesy of Wikipedia, credit to PD-AUTHOR

After all the feasting  and indulgence over the festive season, it’s time now to kick start one of the fitness programs!

And if you are the people who cannot stick to a regular regime of going to gym because of  travel or erratic work schedule then cycling is one of the good options. One can cycle almost anywhere, be it the great outdoors or the streets. It works all parts of the body  – good for  the posture, the pedaling motion works the quadriceps and hamstrings, helps to strengthen the back, arms and legs and is a full cardiovascular workout and there  is little pressure on the joints when riding a bike.

Cycling is one of the most energy-efficient means of transportation known to man. The same amount of energy “burnt” by the car to travel 100 meters can power the proficient cyclist (and his bicycle) for 5 kilometers or more!

Cycling regularly is a great way to maintain a healthy lifestyle. However, just like in any sport or exercise, there are right and wrong ways to do cycling.  Keeping a few things in mind would help you make sure that you are riding your bike correctly.

Image courtesy of Wikipedia, credit to ProfDEH

1. Body position
Depending on the bicycle, position your hands on top of the bars at a comfortable 3-5 inches away (or where the handgrips are). Ensure that they are wide enough so that your breathing is not restricted. Drop your elbows and relax your upper body, keeping it still. Finally, sit back on the saddle to gain a bit of weight leverage on your pedals.

2. Stretch & strengthen those calves and quads
Although our quadriceps and hamstrings do most of the work, the calf muscles can become quite tight and cramp up sometimes. You can stretch your calves and train the quads at the same time by elevating your heels on some weighted plates, and doing deep squats with your back straightened.

3. Don’t neglect your core muscles
During off-cycling periods, train your core muscles to ensure good posture and better balance while riding. Lying face down on the floor, lift your arms and legs up from the ground and reach forward with your hands while keeping your back straight for as long as you can. Consider doing other compound exercises like burpees, and Russian twists for your abs and sides.

4. Watch that weight
One of the obstacles many cyclists have difficulty in is climbing. The amount of effort needed to cycle uphill exponentially increases as your body weight increases, so be sure to watch the calorie intake, and also the amount of gear you carry on the bike.

Bikes for Rent at Capri by Fraser Changi City Singapore

While staying at Capri by Fraser Changi City, Singapore, you’ll find that the location of our studio residences to have access to one of the best cycling areas in Singapore. And to explore the cycle circuits, you can rent a bike for free  from Capri by Fraser everyday from 7 am to 7pm. Take a short ride to the Park Connector Network,  paddle and explore the smooth roads and cycling pathways around Changi Business Park.

For more details please visit the Capri by Fraser Changi City  website.

Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd Set to Further Grow Capri by Fraser Brand [Press Release]

Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd Set to Further Grow
Capri by Fraser Brand
Successful Singapore Launch Spurs Strong Growth Plan

Frasers Hospitality

Singapore, 25 January 2013 – Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd (Frasers), a premier leader in serviced residences, marked the Grand Opening of its first hotel residence Capri by Fraser, Changi City/Singapore yesterday with the unveiling of plans to take the Capri by Fraser brand into the global marketplace, following its successful brand launch in May 2012. This includes the opening of two more Capri by Fraser properties this year, the 126-apartment Capri by Fraser, Ho Chi Minh City in March 2013 and the 240-apartment Capri by Fraser, Kuala Lumpur in November 2013. The Group is also in the process of finalising plans for more Capri by Fraser properties in Asia Pacific and Europe.

Created by Frasers to meet the evolving needs of e-generation business travellers, the new urban-inspired hotel residence brand concept Capri by Fraser, is attracting strong market interest with its first property in Singapore enjoying a steady average occupancy of more than 80 per cent since it soft opened in September 2012.

Bolstered by its strategic location in one of Singapore’s robust business districts, within close proximity to the Singapore EXPO Convention and Exhibition Centre, Capri by Fraser, Changi City/Singapore has been attracting strong corporate and MICE clientele from surrounding companies ranging from financial, logistics, information technology, telecommunication, FMCG to airline industries. Stays have averaged between three to five nights, with long stay bookings of over several weeks. Capri by Fraser Changi City/Singapore also scored an early coup of becoming the official hotel of the inaugural Korean Ladies Professional Golf Association (KLPGA) tournament in Singapore, within only two months of its soft opening.

Speaking at the Grand Opening of Capri by Fraser, Changi City/Singapore, Mr Choe Peng Sum, Chief Executive Officer of Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd, said: “The positive international response that Capri by Fraser has generated within a relatively short span of time is a strong indication that there is a demand for a hotel residence brand that is well positioned to meet the 24×7 work-life balance needs of the rapidly growing e-generation market sector. We are very excited with this response and it is very much our plan to explore the growth potential of this brand internationally throughout Asia and beyond.”

 The Capri by Fraser hotel residence concept cuts through the conformity of typical hotels by offering residents an extensive range of facilities and customisable services together with the comfort and convenience of a full serviced residence. E-efficiencies such as iPad-activated checkins, e-Concierge and e-Print facilities are available to complement the always-on lifestyles of business travellers. Seamless complimentary high-speed Wi Fi Internet connectivity is provided to help residents stay constantly connected throughout the property – in the rooms and all public spaces.

In line with its high-tech vibe, meeting and conference facilities are equipped with the latest audio-visual capabilities including interactive touch-screen panels and integrated whiteboard-projector features. A choice of food and beverage and leisure options, complemented by fully equipped kitchenettes and Spin & Play integrated launderettes, provide residents with the flexibility to choose how they want to work, stay and play.

Capri by Fraser, Changi City/Singapore is part of the Changi City integrated development consisting of the retail mall, Changi City Point and business tower, ONE@Changi City jointly developed by Frasers Centrepoint and Ascendas. Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd’s current portfolio, including those in the pipeline, stands at 76 properties in 41 key gateway cities and more than 12,300 apartments worldwide.

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Media Contact
Ms Jastina Balen
Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd
T: 65 6415 0323
F: 65 6415 0519
E: jastina.balen@frasershospitality.com

About Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd 

Frasers Hospitality, the hospitality arm of Frasers Centrepoint Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fraser and Neave, Limited, is a global serviced residence owner and management company with Gold-Standard residences across Europe, North Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East and Australia.

Frasers Hospitality commits to “meeting the unique needs of executive travellers through continuous innovation”, and providing its customers with the space, family and community away from home. Conceived with the lifestyle preferences of today’s discerning extended stay executive travellers in mind, Frasers Hospitality has three brand offerings – Fraser Suites, Fraser Place and Fraser Residence, a second brand, Modena which was established under the Frasers Hospitality umbrella in July 2009 and Capri by Fraser in May 2012. For more information on Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd, please visit http://www.frasershospitality.com

About Frasers Centrepoint Limited
Frasers Centrepoint Limited (FCL), the wholly-owned property arm of Singapore-listed consumer group Fraser and Neave, Limited, is one of Singapore’s top property companies, with total assets of S$10.36 billion. From owning just a single shopping mall in 1983, Frasers Centrepoint has since grown to become an integrated real estate company with a portfolio of residential, commercial and serviced residences spanning 20 countries across
Asia, Australasia, Europe and the Middle-East. Its serviced residences management company, Frasers Hospitality, has award-winning gold-standard serviced residences in 31 gateway cities. Frasers Property, FCL’s international property arm, develops world-class projects in UK, Australia, New Zealand, China, Thailand and Vietnam. FCL also manages Frasers Centrepoint Trust (FCT, a Singapore-listed retail trust), and Frasers Commercial Trust (FCOT, a Singapore-listed office/business space trust). As a testament to its excellent service standards, best practices and support of the environment, the company is the proud recipient of numerous awards and accolades both locally and abroad.
Website : http://www.fraserscentrepoint.com

About Fraser and Neave, Limited
Established in 1883, Fraser and Neave, Limited (F&NL) is a leading Asia Pacific Consumer Group with expertise and prominent standing in the Food & Beverage, Property and Publishing & Printing industries. Leveraging its strengths in marketing and distribution; research and development; brands and financial management; as well as years of acquisition experience, F&NL provides key resources and sets strategic directions for its
subsidiary companies across all three industries. Listed on the Singapore stock exchange, F&NL ranks as one of the most established and successful companies in the region with an impressive array of renowned brands that enjoy strong market leadership. It has shareholders’ funds and total assets employed of over S$8 billion and S$14 billion, respectively. F&NL is present in over 20 countries spanning Asia Pacific, Europe and the USA, and employs over 10,000 people worldwide.

For more information on F&NL, please visit http://www.fraserandneave.com

Awards & Accolades

Certificate of Excellence 2013 by Trip Advisor
Fraser Residence Budapest
Travellers’ Choice Award 2013 by Trip Advisor
Fraser Place Kuala Lumpur
Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka
World’s Leading Serviced Apartment Brand by World Travel Award 2012
Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd
Indonesia’s Leading Serviced Apartment and Suite by Indonesia Travel Tourism Awards 2012/2013
Fraser Residence Sudirman, Jakarta
Best Serviced Residence 2012 by Business Traveller China
Fraser Suites Nanjing
Corporate Housing Provider of the Year 2012 by Asian Expatriate Management and Mobility Awards
Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd
Excellent Service Award, by SPRING Singapore
Fraser Suites River Valley, Singapore
Fraser Place Robertson Walk, Singapore
Capri by Fraser, Changi City / Singapore
Best Service Award by City Weekend
Fraser Suites Top Glory, Shanghai
Certificate of Quality Selection 2012 by Holidaycheck.com
Fraser Suites Harmonie, Paris La Defense
Winner of Best Serviced Apartment Company By Business Traveller Awards
Fraser Suites Dubai
Best Interior Decoration Award by City Weekend
Modena Putuo, Shanghai
Most Favourite Apartment Services by Golden Dragon Awards 2008-2012 By Vietnam Economic Times
Fraser Suites Hanoi
Top Ranked Seoul Hotel 2012 by Booking.com
Fraser Suites Insadong, Seoul
Excellent Performance in Hospitality by Guide Awards 2008-2012, The Guide Magazine
Fraser Suites Hanoi
The Best Serviced Residence Excellence Award 2012 by Expatriate Lifestyle Magazine
Fraser Place Kuala Lumpur
Serviced Apartment Property of the Year by HM Awards for Hotel & Accommodation Excellence 2012
Fraser Suites Sydney
Winner of Investors in People Award 2012 by Trip Advisor
Fraser Suites Glasgow
Ranked 10th in Top 20 Accommodations by Trip Advisor
Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka
Outstanding Accommodation Partner Award 2012 by Booking.com
Fraser Residence Nankai Osaka
Certificate of Excellence 2012 by Trip Advisor
Fraser Residence Budapest
Fraser Suites Seef, Bahrain
Fraser Suites Le Claridge Champs-Élysées, Paris
Fraser Suites Harmonie, Paris La Défense
Fraser Suites Sukhumvit
Fraser Suites Insadong, Seoul
Travellers’ Choice Award 2012 by Trip Advisor
Fraser Place Kuala Lumpur
Modena Putuo, Shanghai
Best Serviced Apartment Company/Group 2012 by Business Traveller Middle East
Frasers Hospitality Pte Ltd

& more…

For more information on our Awards and Accolades, please visit http://www.frasershospitality.com

 

Pamper Yourself With (Malin+Goetz)

Image courtesy of Darren from explorelah.blogspot.sg

Image courtesy of Darren from explorelah.blogspot.sg

Have you heard of Malin+Goetz? This New York skincare brand arrived on the scene in 2004 and has since been making waves with their super cool range of face, body and hair care products.

And Capri by Fraser is the first hotel in Singapore to use Malin+Goetz products!

All Capri by Fraser bathrooms come equipped with invigorating rain showers which help you wash away the stress of the day. Not only this, you can also pamper yourself with the array of Malin+Goetz products provided , which include the Peppermint Shampoo, Cilantro Hair Conditioner, Vitamin B5 Body Wash and Rum Body Wash.

The brand, named after its creators Matthew Malin and Andrew Goetz, has become a cult fave due to their use of natural ingredients in their products. Suited well for the sensitive skin also; products that deliver what they promise – purification, cleansing and hydration.

Image courtesy of Darren from explorelah.blogspot.sg

Image courtesy of Darren from explorelah.blogspot.sg

Treat yourself to a relaxing vacation at Capri by Fraser, and have a squeaky-clean fun time with the Malin+Goetz products!

Try it for yourself and let us know what you think!

Hip Hangouts in Singapore

Frasers Hospitality

Happy Weekend everyone! Looking for places to spend that two precious days at?

Singapore might be a very small country, but still, there are lots of areas to explore over here, each with its own charm and character!

For something different from the usual suspects like Orchard Road and East Coast Road, how about spending some time exploring a few of the trendy districts which have become popular among the hip crowd?

Below, we feature some of our favourite hangout spots… do share your favourite places with us too!

Ann Siang Hill & Club Street

Image courtesy of Wikipedia, credit to Terence Ong

Image courtesy of Wikipedia, credit to Terence Ong

Near Chinatown, there is a quaint little area of shophouses. This is Ann Siang Hill and Club Street. In the past, the shophouses were used for traditional Chinese clan associations and exclusive social clubs, but the area has since been transformed into a great hangout location. Soak in the charming atmosphere and take in the beautiful architecture which is a great mix of old and new.

Ann Siang Hill is a bustling row of restaurants, bars, cafes, concept stores and boutiques. An excellent place to chill at after work!

As this area also comprises of businesses, especially those in the creative line, it is a favourite hangout spot of young working professionals.

What can be found here: Quirky shops selling clothes, furniture and jewellery, restaurants, cafes and drinking holes housed in elegantly restored shophouses.

Spend some time at: The Little Drom Store, Shots, Woods in the Books

Haji Lane

Image courtesy of Wikipedia, credit to Limsengjueh

Image courtesy of Wikipedia, credit to Limsengjueh

In recent years, Haji Lane has been drawing in the younger crowds. Located at the Kampong Glam neighbourhood, this alleyway of pre-war shophouses is home to a variety of home-grown independent boutiques.

It is in the heart of the Muslim quarter, but there’s a distinctly different vibe here. For those who are sick of shopping at the typical gigantic malls, Haji Lane attracts those gravitating to a more original aesthetic. From clothing and interior decorations, ice cream parlours, and even tarot card readings, this is the perfect place to while away a lazy afternoon.

What can be found here: Local boutiques by young entrepreneurs, vintage shops and exotic restaurants and cafes.

Spend some time at:  The Blog Shop, Pluck, Straits Record, Café Le Caire, Salad Shop.

Dempsey Hill

A short distance away from Orchard Road, you can find the lush, quiet settings of Dempsey Hill. It is a small mini-precinct and within its 18 blocks, you can find diverse cuisines, chic boutiques, a farmer’s market, art spaces and wellness facilities.

Dempsey Hill was a former military stronghold, the site of the British army barracks and the Central Manpower Base of Singapore (CMPB) where men reported for military service. Now, it has become one of the city’s top lifestyle destinations as a result of a hip cluster of wining and dining establishments moving in.

So if you want to dine while immersed in an old world charm experience, Dempsey Hill, with its conserved colonial black-and-white buildings, is the place to be.

What can be found here: Wining and dining establishments , lifestyle retail shops, art galleries and beauty parlours.

Spend some time at: The White Rabbit, Jones the Grocer, Tippling Club, The Museum of Contemporary Arts.

Frasers Hospitality

Capri by Fraser is also a great place to hang out with your friends and family!

Take a look at our facilities:

  • 127sqm Treat Suites with spa facilities including private baths with TVs
  • Steam Room & Sauna
  • 20-metre Outdoor Pool with Hydro Treadmill
  • 38sqm Gym with pool view (24-hours)
  • Themed Laundrette Rooms on every floor (24-hours): Wii/Kinect, iPad Reading Room, Mini IT Lounge, Boxing Room and Foosball Room

And our dining establishments:

  • Caprilicious (all-day dining @ Level 1 withbuffet breakfast, semi-buffet lunch, a la cartedinner, and 24-hour room service)
  • Delite (deli @ Level 1 serving grab & gowraps, sandwiches, salads, powershakes &premium coffee/tea
  • Drinx (bar @ Level 1) & Ripples (poolside bar@ Level 2 serving international beers & ciders)

So book a stay with us today and let us show you a fun weekend!