You can watch the massive container ships wait their turn to enter Singapores harbor, and on a clear day Sentosa Island and Indonesia in the distance. Marina Bay Sands peeks out depending on your angle behind the blue-glassed cluster of offices to the right of the ferris wheel.
The surrounding area (seen here from the lobby) is likely to change dramatically over the next few years, as this piece of the harbor will be relocated elsewhere, with the land deemed more valuable for further development, which were sure will mean more high-rise office and apartment buildings – and who knows – hotels.
The Westin has a total of 305 rooms and suites, ranging from Deluxe Rooms to the Presidential Suite, all done in fairly neutral business / contemporary style with Heavenly Beds and Bath. Theres an Executive Club on the same floor as the outdoor swimming pool and lounge deck, spa, and fitness center.
We liked the airy lobby lounge, which had a corner bar area with groovy chandeliers made out of wine decanters. On the same floor is all-day dining venue Seasonal Tastes, with one floor up the gastro-bar Cook Brew. Westin has been absent from the Singapore hotel scene for a long time, but its return is worth checking out; rooms start at about SGD350 ($280) a night.
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