Debut of first Edition hotel in Singapore and Southeast Asia

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The Singapore Edition is the first of its kind in the city-state and Southeast Asia. Situated in prime district 10, the development features a 204-room hotel, 154 luxury residences, and several event spaces. The development features a double frontage along Orchard Boulevard and Cuscaden Road. With a portfolio of 31 brands, Marriott will manage the hotel, while American hotelier and real estate mogul Ian Schrager has collaborated with Hong Kong-based interior design firm Cap Atelier to mastermind the interiors.

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Moshe Safdie, the famous architect behind Marina Bay Sands and Jewel Changi Airport, has designed the project. The Singapore Edition is a redevelopment of the former Boulevard Hotel, by a consortium comprising Kwek Leng Beng’s Hong Leong Holdings, Singapore-listed property group City Developments (CDL) and Schrager’s Lea Investments.

The hotel spans six floors with access from Cuscaden Road. Its white-marbled lobby features a gold leaf-covered domed ceiling, while the 284-unit Boulevard 88 soars 28 storeys above the hotel block.

Celebrated Australian chef Josh Niland’s first restaurant outside of Australia, Fysh, is located on the first floor of Singapore Edition. Occupying a 2,680 sq ft space, the seafood-focused steakhouse has a main dining room that can seat 80, an indoor conservatory, and an outdoor pergola that can seat an additional 44 diners. Adjacent to the restaurant is the signature bar, the Punch Room.

The development also features a courtyard garden, leading to an 872 sq ft boardroom and a 6,458 sq ft event gallery with a capacity of 340 guests. The event gallery can be split into three, while the Roof bar offers a 43m swimming pool and landscaped garden. Guests can also enjoy a spa on the second level with seven treatment rooms, his and hers changing suites, sunken vitality thermal pools, an ice fountain, a relaxation lounge, a sauna, and a steam room.

The Singapore Edition soft opened on Nov 9, with room rates from $680+++ a night. The biggest penthouse at Boulevard 88 was sold for $31 million in June, setting a new high for the development. For more information and listings for Boulevard 88 properties, check out PropertyGuru.

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