In this article about new hotels opening rapidly in Singapore, despite COVID, it mentions ASAP Member the Ascott as having new properties lined up this year.
Set to debut are the 172-room Citadines Connect City Centre Singapore in Dhoby Ghaut, and a 240-unit property at Farrer Park in October under its co-living brand lyf.
The development of another lyf property at one-north is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter, with green and sustainability features including an energy monitoring system, dual-technology motion sensors and light-emitting diode light fixtures. Mr Ervin Yeo, managing director for Southeast Asia at The Ascott, said its properties have managed to maintain “robust occupancy”.
The Ascott has also been adapting its products and services to suit emerging trends, with staycation packages and contactless services, and allowing people to book its suites as an alternative to working from home.
Also forthcoming are the 204-room Edition by Marriott, the 350-room Pullman Singapore and the 303-room Mondrian Singapore, reflecting continued confidence among hoteliers in the Singapore market.