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Hotel Review: The Westin Singapore (Executive Suite)

Keywords: Hotel - Room review - Westin - Marriott Bonvoy - Sea views

Month of visit: December 2021

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The Westin Singapore is a stylish and contemporary hotel situated on the upper floors of Asia Square Tower 2. The lobby sits on floor 32 and guest rooms extend all the way up to floor 46. This hotel is in the Marina Bay Financial district and is three minutes away from Downtown MRT station.

The common areas and guest rooms of this hotel have terrific views of either the city or port and overlook the South China Sea. We were assigned the Executive Suite during this stay. Previously, we reviewed their Club King Room and you may find this review here. During our stay, the club lounge was closed so we were given $100 worth of dining credits as compensation.

Hotel lobby on floor 32.

Executive Suite

Check out our immersive 360-degree room tour of this suite below.

360-degree virtual room tour of the Executive Suite.

The entrance to the room was narrow. Immediately to the left was a powder room which was of a good size.

Entrance to the suite and an adjacent powder room.

The narrow walkway led to the living space of the suite. The living space was rectangular in shape and was relatively spacious.

Overview of the living space of the suite.

A two-seater sofa and an oval coffee table were placed in front of the television.

Seating area and a coffee table in the middle of the living space.

A wall-mounted flat screen television was a little too small given the large distance between the sofa and the television. Below it was a long table with storage spaces, power sockets and a mini-bar area.

Television and mini-bar area.

The mini-bar was empty during our stay, with complimentary coffee and tea provided. A Nespresso machine was also available for use. The mini-fridge was empty and we used it to chill our own beverages.

Mini-bar and mini fridge.

A good sized work desk could be found just beside the sofa. Basic writing materials and information regarding our stay were placed on the table. A built-in safe and multiple storage spaces were located here as well.

Work desk and a built-in safe.

Heading past the the living space through sliding doors was the bedroom. This space felt a little small but had a cosy ambiance.

Overview of the bedroom.

The comfortable Heavenly bed by Westin was positioned in the centre of the bedroom. In front of it was a flat screen television so guests can enjoy a show from the comfort of their beds.

Westin's Heavenly bed in the middle of the bedroom.

Each of the two bedside tables had power sockets in close proximity to the bed. Light switches were also placed on both sides. A telephone and a digital clock could be found on one of the tables.

Bedside tables with light control switches.

By the window, a single-seater chair was placed and guests can enjoy breathtaking views of the port.

Seating area overlooking the port.

The bathroom can be accessed from the bedroom. The bathroom was decently sized, with a free standing bathtub available.

Overview of the bathroom with a bathtub.

At the corner, the shower and WC cubicles were separated from the main bathroom area.

Shower space and WC.

A single vanity with standard bathroom amenities were provided.

Single vanity and bathroom amenities.

Connecting the bathroom and the living space was a small area with a built-in wardrobe. Bedroom amenities were found inside this wardrobe.

A built-in wardrobe.

Facility Highlights

The hotel has a swimming pool, fitness centre and a spa for guests to utilise. All these facilities were located on the same floor. During this trip, we only visited their swimming pool.

Swimming Pool

The swimming pool had a rectangular shape and overlooked the Marina Bay area. Plenty of seats were available overlooking the pool and the port/sea. Booking for the pool is required.

An infinity pool overlooking the Marina Bay area.

Dining Highlights

As the club lounge was closed during our stay, we were given $100 dining credits to utilise. We had opted for in-room dining for our dinner. Breakfast was also served in-room during our stay.

In-room dining

A good selection of food was available from the in-room dining menu. The service was prompt and we requested for a trolley table to dine from.

In-room dining.

We opted for their Impossible burger, mushroom pizza, chicken wings, cheesecake and an apple crumble tart. All the food items were delightful and we thoroughly enjoyed our dinner.

A hearty dinner.

In-room breakfast

Breakfast was served in-room during our stay and we were able to select one breakfast set per person. Order will need to be placed the night before. The food and drinks came in disposable boxes instead of plates.

In-room breakfast.

The American breakfast set came with our choice of eggs. Alternatively, an "Eat well" option was available with an egg-white omelette being the main food item of this set. Local options such as porridge with condiments can be selected. The breakfast sets came with pastries, fruits and hot and cold beverages.

A good selection of food items.

Concluding remarks: Overall, this was one of our most pleasant stay. The suite was modern and spacious, with great views of the sea. Dining options were also decent and a stay here is recommended.


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