SINGAPORE -- (Marketwire) -- 04/19/12 -- To celebrate the completion of its first phase of major renovations, the Singapore Marriott Hotel opened a new retail outlet and restaurant in Singapore, Java+, bringing this hotel's restaurant count to five.
"Java+ is a brand-new concept for us," Antony Page, general manager of this luxury hotel in Singapore, says. "The birth of this concept was encouraged by the overwhelming demand of our well-known food items among guests. Now, customers can take their favorite cakes, pastries and breads home with them, or simply enjoy an easy yet satisfying meal amidst a busy schedule."
The new dining outlet in this hotel near shopping in Singapore features a large American-style fridge and a countertop, which are both replenished three times a day at breakfast, lunch and dinner with freshly baked breads (made on site at 7am, 10am, 2pm and 4pm). Those who like their sweets will find more than 18 varieties of treats to choose from, including strawberry mascarpone squares, freshly baked cookies, Black Forest cake, fresh-fruit cream cakes, Saint Marc slices and cherry Frangipane tarts. While daytime offers coffee and baked goodies, evenings feature wine and tapas, making Java+ a dining destination throughout the day.
This Singapore city center hotel has recently completed a $32-million renovation. The guest rooms have been overhauled to offer guests larger bathrooms and more efficient use of space. Most notably two new room categories have been introduced for the discerning business and leisure traveler: Premier Deluxe Rooms and Studio Rooms. The most extensive project of its kind in the hotel's 17-year history, this project also included the reopening of Crossroads Cafe and Marriott Cafe, plus an entirely new lobby.
To learn more about the Singapore Marriott Hotel and its delectable dining venues visit the hotel website at http://www.singaporemarriott.com, where you can book rooms, find packages and deals and browse photos of this luxurious property.
About the Singapore Marriott Hotel
For 5-star luxury in the heart of Singapore's shopping, entertainment and business district, you'll find everything you need at the Singapore Marriott Hotel. Located above the Mass Rapid Transit station and just 15 minutes from Universal Studios Singapore, this Orchard Road hotel is the ideal destination for business and leisure travelers alike. Set within a towering green pagoda, this luxury hotel features elegant guestrooms, pool terrace rooms and elegant suites. All of the accommodations include high-speed Internet, HD LCD TVs, laptop safes, coffee/tea service, bathrooms with rain showers and dedicated vanity space, and Marriott's signature Revive bedding package with fluffy pillows, comfortable mattresses and crisp linens. If you're looking for some action or relaxation, you'll find a 24-hour fitness center, indoor/outdoor swimming pool, sauna, solarium, Sport Court® and full-service spa, The Retreat, all within steps of your room. You'll also find award-winning restaurants at this business hotel, including the sidewalk Crossroads Cafe, romantic alfresco dining at the Pool Grill and authentic Cantonese classics, including dim sum and Peking duck, at Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant. Venture outside this hotel's hallways, and you'll find shopping on Orchard Road, panoramic views at the Singapore Flyer and family-friendly attractions including Botanical Gardens, Underwater World, Bird Park and Singapore Zoo. With a central location and generous amenities, the Singapore Marriott Hotel is the perfect choice for your meeting or event, with a Grand Ballroom that can accommodate 600 guests plus an on-site exhibition space.
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