Improvements to the property will include the development of a state-of-the-art entertainment arena
Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands hotel has embarked on a major reinvestment programme spanning hotel rooms, F&B offerings and additional developments that will position the Integrated Resort (IR) for strong growth as the global tourism sector continues to recover.
The US$1 billion reinvestment is the biggest since the opening of the luxury hotel tower and its additional MICE (meetings, incentives, conventions & exhibitions) space in 2010.
Renovation works will be completed in phases over 2022 and 2023, transforming the design and significantly elevating the hospitality experience within the luxury travel segment, which is predicted to lead the tourism recovery.
It will also see the resort introducing signature experiences across the 55th floor of all three hotel towers, including a revamped Executive Club Lounge, premium fine dining options, and health and wellness offerings, to offer new luxury lifestyle amenities for high-value travellers.
Since opening at a development cost of US$5.6 billion, Marina Bay Sands has boosted Singapore’s tourism sector.
Marina Bay Sands has welcomed more than 380 million visitors and helped to attract more than 1,000 all-new MICE events to Singapore.
In addition, Marina Bay Sands employs nearly 10,000 team members, of which more than two thirds are Singaporeans and permanent residents, with the figure expected to rise in the coming years.
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