Singapore – Gateway to South East Asia Welcomes Kempinski.
The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is in a strategic global location for both business and tourism. The day-to-day hotel operations will be overseen by Key International Hotels Management Co. Ltd – a Joint Venture between Beijing Tourism Group and Kempinski hotels.
Located in Singapore’s Civic District, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is an architectural jewel, set inside three unique heritage buildings each with their own story. In keeping with Kempinski’s affinity for developing cultural landmarks, one such building is the city-state’s Art-Deco Capitol Theatre. Constructed in 1929 by M.A Namazie, an early Singapore pioneer, the theatre, often referred to as ‘The Grand Dame’ was the republic’s first cinema. Throughout the hotel’s restoration, Capitol Theatre remained a point of focus, later to be used for red carpet events, arts and cultural performances, festive galas and conferences.
Rich with decades of history and treasured memories, these much-loved buildings set the stage for Kempinski’s cultural renaissance of Singapore. The hotel features 157 luxurious guest rooms and suites, with many located in the wing of historic Stamford House, each uniquely inspired with colonial and Venetian influences.
When it comes to dining, Kempinski draws upon its origins as 19th century wine and delicatessen merchants to create concepts which resonate with their core values. The hotel offers a number of on-site bars and dining options including their signature restaurant – 15 Stamford, helmed by Alvin Leung, a renowned Michelin-starred chef who found fame with his Bo Innovation restaurant in Hong Kong.
To achieve the ultimate in relaxation, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore created a luxurious spa, offering a selection of deluxe Asian treatments to help balance mind, body and spirit.
Business travellers can make the most of private dining rooms to entertain guests and colleagues, elegant boardrooms and the Atelier event salon with state-of-the-art conference technology which caters up to 220 guests.
In addition to Kempinski’s luxury hotel and Capitol Theatre, the complex also hosts a premier retail mall, punctuated with jewellery stores, fashion houses and specialty food stores, Arcade@ The Capitol Kempinski – hosting myriad upscale dining establishments and Eden Residences Capitol, an upscale private residential development whose residents can benefit from bespoke concierge and personalised services provided by the hotel.
The hotel operates effortlessly and efficiently, courtesy of Key International Hotels Management Co. Ltd. The Beijing based company manage over 20 leading luxury hotels across Asia and China, which between them have hosted the G20 and APEC global summits, attended by some of the world’s most powerful leaders. The company’s collaborative spirit, respect for heritage and flexibility for hotel owners and investors continues to position them at the forefront of their field in Asia.
Key International are empowering investors to make moves in the hotel industry, with the company continuously growing and elevating with each client’s success. Their portfolio as a management and operational company is impressive, and as they move into their next phase of projects, providing white label hotel management solutions for Universal Beijing Resort in 2021, the company will continue to be a trusted partner to investors and hoteliers in the Asian hospitality sector for many years to come.