After checking in on the ground floor, you soar up to your room at this 60-story hotel. The light-filled suites in the impossibly slender tower all have sweeping views of the city. The generous use of native woods in everything from the large desks to the walk-in closets gives each room a warm glow. A fully equipped spa offers the latest treatments, and a sundeck on the 53rd floor beckons with a relaxing whirlpool. For meals or a drink in the evening there's the rooftop
Vertigo, which the hotel claims is Asia Pacific's highest open-air eatery. Each September you can race up the stairways in the hotel's annual "vertical marathon," a fundraiser for HIV education.
Aug 14, 2006
If you can, book into a Tree Club room so have access to the Club Lounge. The latter is a perfect place to relax with a complimentary drink after a tiring day shopping. Service here is on par with the Oriental, this hotel would have been perfect if it was by the river! The free shopping companion service makes this hotel special.
Jan 5, 2006
The rooms are all suites with separate living and sleeping areas. The rooms are woody, if you like that kind of ambience. Service is expectedly excellent all round. The rooftop restaurant rivals Sirocco for the view and food