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Studio M

Studio M  is Singapore’s first loft concept hotel which boasts designer chic and contemporary functionality for trendy and savvy travelers.

Located within the iconic entertainment precinct of Robertson Quay and close to the Central Business District and Orchard Road shopping belt, Studio M calls out to the hip and savvy travelers with a taste for stylish comfort and integrated technological access, attuning to the needs of a well travelled guest with a taste of stylish comfort and modern architecture.

Designed by Italian style maestro and architect, Piero Lissoni, Studio M offers a modern refuge in its chic accommodation coupled with contemporary functionality. Each of the guest rooms features an urban-inspired loft with a three-metre high ceiling, separate work and rest areas and complimentary Internet connectivity.

Studio M’s ‘plug and play’ concept offers style and convenience that you can make your own.Each guest room is decorated as an urban-inspired loft with elevated ceilings intended to provide an exclusive view of the city fringe. The open-air tropical deck at Level 2 is accompanied by reflection pools, a 25-metre lap pool, an open-air gym and separate dining areas.Mixing business with pleasure, guests will experience a seamless integration of work and play with on-demand business services that are so unimposing, you always feel invited to play.

 

Rooms available: 360

The hit to your wallet: $170++ to $218++/per night

Why we love Studio M:
The minimalist-designed room with polished and crisp white interior emanates a chill vibe, making Studio M perfect for a romantic getaway or simply, a relaxing staycation.

 

Location & Opening hours:

3 Nanson Road
Singapore 238910

 

Contact Number: +65 6808 8888

Website: https://www.facebook.com/studiomhotel

 

 

 

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