Marriott to debut Aloft Hotels in Singapore
Marriott International is bringing the Aloft Hotels brand to Singapore.
It signed an agreement for the Singapore hotel with Hiap Hoe Limited, as the largest Aloft hotel in the world.
Following a conversion, the 785-room Aloft Singapore Novena expects to open in Q3 2023, marking the Aloft brand’s debut in the Lion City.
Aloft Singapore Novena will comprise two towers and is strategically located in Zhongshan Park, a mixed-use development.
“We are thrilled to announce our third collaboration with Marriott International as we venture and introduce the first Aloft hotel in Singapore,” said Mr. Teo Ho Beng, Chief Executive Officer, Hiap Hoe Limited.
Dining options at Aloft Singapore Novena include a modern Chinese and local seafood restaurant, and a Halal-certified buffet restaurant.
It will feature an outdoor pool, gym and modern event spaces.
It will be Marriott’s 14th Singapore hotel.
“We are delighted to be launching Aloft together with such an experienced partner as Hiap Hoe Limited,” said Gautam Bhandari, Market VP for Singapore and Maldives, Marriott.
“The location is strategically placed to enable us to attract both business and leisure guests.”
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