Intercontinental Singapore, City Center


Intercontinental Singapore, City Center


A PERANAKAN-STYLE LANDMARK IN SINGAPORE’S BUGIS PRECINCT InterContinental Singapore, the only world class hotel in Singapore to preserve Peranakan artistry in a shophouse-style setting, is located next to Bugis Junction shopping complex, Singapore's first glass-covered, air-conditioned shopping street.

Descendants of the Chinese traders and local Malay women from as early as the 17th century, the Peranakans blend Chinese art and Malay style harmoniously to create a unique architectural look. This Singapore hotel, served by an efficient subway network, is also located close to the Central Business District, Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre, Orchard Road shopping and entertainment district as well as the Chinatown Heritage Centre. The Sentosa Island resort is only a short drive away.

Intercontinental Singapore, City Center

Stylish, light filled and residential in style, the new Club InterContinental lounge redefines luxury for all our esteemed guests. Reflecting the style and heritage of early Singapore, Club InterContinental will provide you with the business facilities and a dedicated Concierge service that is committed to attend to your every need.

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Immerse in the charm of understated elegance.

Tastefully furnished with period replicas in warm, soothing colours, plush carpeting and resplendent chandeliers, the Presidential Suite is indeed life at the pinnacle of luxury.

Features of the Presidential Suite:

  • A large, comfortable

Luxuriate in gracious apartment-style living in our Executive and Ambassador Suites.

Furnished as a one-stop work and rest haven for the discerning business traveller, each of our two Executive Suite and four Ambassador Suites provides spacious comfort in a blend of Oriental and European-style décor. With a private alcove for work and Read More...

Live like Babas and Nonyas in our traditional Peranakan Shophouses.

A unique architectural feature of old Singapore, our Shophouses along Malay and Malabar Streets hark back to 1920s Singapore where Peranakan merchants and their families lived on the upper floors of their businesses.

Décor reminiscent of Peranakan culture