Hilton Singapore Orchard Launches Larger, More Flexible Accommodations Ideal For Families And Groups

Hilton’s flagship property in Singapore, Hilton Singapore Orchard, has added 446 new rooms spanning across four new categories,  completing its 1,080 room inventory. The new room categories, namely the entry-level  Deluxe Room, Deluxe City View Room, Superior Deluxe Room and Deluxe Suite, will offer  guests larger and more flexible accommodations. They also boast of some of the best  panoramic views of the city, stretching from Singapore’s vibrant Orchard Road to the  scenic Marina Bay waterfront, as well as closer access to key meetings and events  facilities within the hotel. 


While existing rooms categories like the Premium Room (29 sqm) and Premium Suite (70  sqm) offer the comfort of a cosier stay, the new rooms feature more spacious  accommodations with sizes ranging from 34 sqm for the entry-level Deluxe Room to 67 sqm for a Deluxe Suite. All rooms are able to comfortably accommodate up to three  people, making the new additions ideal for families or friends travelling in groups. Guests  opting for the Deluxe Suite also have the option of connecting to a twin-sharing room for  more space and comfort. With the additional categories, Hilton Singapore Orchard now boasts 294 Confirmed Connecting Rooms, a Hilton guarantee ideal for guests travelling  in groups, up from the previous 168 connecting rooms.


Further enhancing the compelling MICE offerings at the hotel, which was named the Best  New Meetings Hotel in Asia in 2022, the new rooms offer direct lift access to key meetings  facilities like the Grand Ballroom on level six, the Smart Oasis on level five, and other  function spaces on level eight. Larger groups can also enjoy an enhanced group check-in  experience at the dedicated group arrival lobby and be conveniently whisked off to their  rooms through the same direct lift. The arrival lobby can also be transformed to create  bespoke arrival experiences for important delegates or larger-scale events. 


Designed by award-winning firm Avalon Collective, each of the guestrooms is designed to  tell a tale of history and regeneration, bridging past and present with a stylish high-fashion  aesthetic in line with the design philosophy across the hotel’s existing room categories.  Furnishings with a sensuous earthy look reference the rich agricultural heritage of old  Orchard Road, while modern features like open-concept wardrobes and cleverly located  lightings inspired by fashion retail stores pay homage to Orchard Road’s modern-day  reputation as a bustling shopping district.  


All guestrooms embrace an eco-friendly guest experience, with energy-efficient  technology such as in-room motion, air-conditioning and light sensors and digital key  access. Rooms are equipped with bulk bath amenities and glass bottled water in a hotel wide effort to eliminate single-use plastics. Hilton Singapore Orchard recently became the  first hotel in Singapore to introduce an onsite water filtration and bottling system that treats,  purifies, mineralises and bottles up to 500 bottles of premium drinking water in reusable  glass bottles in an hour.  

“The increased capacity and introduction of our four new room categories allows us to  better embrace the resurgence of travel and enhances our ability to cater to a more diverse  group of travellers – from guests visiting the city for major events and conventions, to  families and leisure travellers who desire greater flexibility, space, and premium views of Orchard Road,” said Cedric Nubul, general manager,  

Hilton Singapore Orchard


Guests planning their stays can avail of the hotel’s ongoing room promotions, which  include: 

Best Available Rate: Change or cancel up to one day before arrival.

Honors Discount Advance Purchase: Plan ahead and save. Hilton Honors members  can save up to 17% off Best Available Rates for reservations made at least seven days  in advance. 

Stay Longer & Save: Book a minimum of four nights to enjoy up to 15% off and daily  breakfast. 

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