Inspired by its prime surrounds of cultural sights, central business districts and shopping malls, Pullman Singapore Hill Street is cleverly designed around a railway junction theme that:
Harks back to Pullman’s 19th-century origins of introducing luxury to railroad travelling with the first sleeping trains and premier services.
All while translating that narrative into the modern context with a balance of focus, work and play to optimize stays for its guests
2/ ENERGIZING STAYS FOR THE PERFORMANCE-MINDED
A brand-new property built on the site of the old Telephone House; Pullman Singapore Hill Street was designed by the award-winning DP Architects with 350 Art Noveau-inspired rooms and suites – each thoughtfully designed with spatial considerations for optimal relaxation.
All rooms and suites come equipped with in-room sensors, and smart functions that are within the fingertips. Upholding Pullman’s holistic approach, the hotel also comes with innovative spaces that include lounges intended as multi-functional work or leisure rooms, a 24-hour Power Fitness, and a swimming pool with cabanas to luxuriate in, all within the hotel’s 3rd floor for an easy transition between business and fun.
3/ WORLD-CLASS CULINARY JOURNEYS
Pullman Singapore Hill Street will be home to three distinct dining concepts:
Madison’s is a New York deli and restaurant hybrid offering a modernized spin on classic American cuisine. The menu is brimming with comfort foods that include breakfast spreads, hearty burgers, and sandwiches alongside a selection of homemade pastries paired for a morning or midday recharge.
Flanking the rooftop swim-up bar is El Chido, a free-spirited Mexican bar reminiscent of the vibrant open-air beachfront bars along Mexico’s coastlines. Chido means “cool” in Spanish, a trait expressed as a lively escape where hotel guests or drink-seekers can unwind over contemporary Mexican cuisine and refreshing craft cocktails against the city breeze, with views overlooking Marina Bay Sands.
Hidden in plain sight behind a nondescript door is MOGĀ, a modern Japanese Izakaya meets speakeasy bar inspired by 1920s Japan and the Prohibition Era. Seductive and stylish, MOGĀ is where the bon vivants gather to uncover inventive shared plates as well as creative libations created by Knox International Beverage Consulting.
4/ PIONEERING PARTNERSHIPS
Integral to the new Pullman property is its partnership-forward philosophy in a bid to elevate and localize experiences that include:
A Grab & Go with Sarnies serving up fresh brews and Singapore’s best sourdough baked by Starter Lab Bakery.
Customized fitness programs by the personal training specialists at Strength Clinic Academy.
A Signature Afternoon High Tea anchored by Dilmah’s exquisite tea blends with a luggage-themed presentation.
5/ CROSSROAD TO DISCOVERING SINGAPORE
Centrally located, Pullman Hill Street is marked as the ideal base for the city’s visitors—no matter the agenda for the day. On foot for local adventures, the hotel is a short walk to the bustling entertainment and nightlife (Clarke Quay), museums (National Gallery Singapore) and calming walks in nature (Fort Canning Park). With just a 5-minute walk to the nearest train station and interchange (City Hall MRT Station), guests will find themselves at the crossroads where they can easily commute.
In line with Pullman’s flair for personalizing journeys, guests are welcome to seek out Pullman Porters at the Porter Lounge. Decked in a full uniform, the Pullman Porters serve as the hotel concierge who will curate customized recommendations based on preferences.