Voted one of the best airports in the world several times, Singapore’s Changi is stepping up their hospitality game once more. [email protected] will be offering an “all-in-one business stay package” exclusive for business travelers flying into the country. It has luxurious accommodations with everything a professional could ever need for a work trip, including the views, food services, and conference rooms.
Inside the Executive Room is a modern and minimalist design that’s spacious enough at 19 square meters. Walk into a complimentary mini-bar and open-shelved wardrobe, desk with a TV above, and either a king-sized or double twin-sized beds. There’s even an air purifier as an extra precaution — no bathtub, though. For the price starting at US$290 a night, guests get to experience ultimate comfort and class. Check out the virtual room tour here.
Other inclusions in the business package are high-speed Wi-Fi, three meals, access to Changi’s enclosed courtyards, two-way airport transfers, and COVID-19 tests. All the guests’ meals will be dropped off at a nook right outside their door to reduce contact, with food options that are halal, vegetarian, and vegan. And if they ever want to try out something different, more food options are available through the Changi Eats or Grab app.
After unwinding at the indoor garden or breaking a sweat at the gym, business travelers can walk into the conference rooms inspired and energized. There are rooms for 4, 8, 10, 16, and 22 persons, each equipped with a TV, AV equipment, a phone, and of course, Wi-Fi. Catered meals, computers, copy services, mic, speakers, and video conferencing are also available upon request and for an additional fee. It truly is state-of-the-art.
Their website describes the hotel as, “Designed for Singapore and international travelers to conduct business meetings and engagements. [email protected] will offer an integrated ‘test-stay-work-meet’ experience for short stay accommodation.” It’s located 5 minutes away from the airport and booking can be done through their website or app.
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