QT Singapore: Welcoming A Legacy Of Singaporean Luxury In The Heart Of The City

QT Hotels & Resorts are taking over the former 4-storey colonial building, Hotel Telegraph and rebranding the hotel to QT Singapore. Situated next to Lau Pa Sat hawker centre and in the heart of the Singapore central business district, QT Singapore will bring with it a legacy of Singaporean Luxury to guests. Slated to open on 16th of September this year, QT hotels are uniquely differentiated to bring a distinctive charm to each property. QT Hotels and Resorts are more commonly found only in Oceania. This property at 35 Robinson Road is the first QT property outside of Australia & New Zealand.

QT Singapore’s Rooms and Suites

Guests have 7 Different Categories of Accommodations To Choose From. Photo: QT Singapore

QT Singapore will open with 134 rooms and suites, with a rooftop bar ‘Rooftop By QT’, pool and gym. Rooms and suites range from 44sqm to 90 sqm. The boutique hotel will also boast a new signature bar and grill.

QT Singapore will have seven categories of accommodation choices for guests. QT King is the lowest category which roughly costs $470 SGD for a night in October and has a room size of 23sqm. QT Deluxe King differentiates itself by offering a bathtub in the bathroom. The QT Deluxe Twin comes with a two king single beds, in addition to the bathtub. These two deluxe categories, have a room size of 32sqm. The QT Junior Suite, is much more spacious offering 44sqm of space for guests and also comes with premium amenities. The

QT Corner Suite is slightly larger than the previous suite at 49sqm. Technology in the rooms perfectly blend modernity and timelessness together to offer an unparalleled stay experience. One of the highlights of this quaint boutique hotel is the QT Balcony Suite which is a very spacious 80sqm room including your very own outdoor balcony and lounge area. The largest suite in the hotel is the 90sqm QT Premier Suite. This suite offers large panoramic windows, as well as separate lounging and dining areas. The balcony also offers sweeping views of the city skyline.

Heritage Building & Culture

Hotel Telegraph’s Rich Colonial Heritage Exterior. Photo Taken From Small Leading Hotels Of The World.

QT Hotel Singapore

The 92-year-old heritage building that currently houses Hotel Telegraph, opened in 1927 where it housed the Eastern Extension Telegraph Company. This then later transformed into the Cable and Wireless Building for the Telecommunications Authority of Singapore in 1995. Following that, it was occupied by Ogilvy Centre in 2001. In recent times, the heritage building has been a canvas for world class hotel brands such as So/ Singapore, Hotel Telegraph, and now its new lease of life as QT Singapore. As you can see, this building has a rich and varied cultural history with its many uses during it’s lifetime.

The interior of the hotel will be a collaboration between QT and interior designer Nic Graham, preserving the colonial neoclassical exterior architecture, whilst transforming the inside spaces to be more aligned with QT’s lively and eclectic brand image. Designs of the interior and public spaces will be released at a later date, with strong emphasis on intertwining the rich cultural fabric of the city scape and QT’s brand image into the works. 

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