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  1. PARKROYAL Collection Pickering
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Located beside Chinatown MRT Station, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering boasts a dedicated wellness floor that features an outdoor pool, gym and 300-metre garden walk high above the street level. Free Wi-Fi is available.

Featuring views of the city or the garden, air-conditioned rooms are furnished with a personal safe, a flat-screen cable TV and a minibar. En suite bathrooms offer a hairdryer, bathrobe and free bath amenities.

PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering operates a 24-hour front desk that provides luggage storage, laundry and babysitting services. Conveniences include a tour desk, business centre and meeting/banqueting facilities. Guests can relax at the sun terrace or indulge in a pampering massage at the spa.

LIME restaurant serves a delectable mix of Southeast Asian and International cuisine in a modern yet warm ambiance. Exclusively for club room guests, the rooftop Orchid Club lounge features a sweeping 360 degree view of the city skyline.

Situated opposite Hong Lim Park, the hotel is within a few minutes’ walk to the bustling Chinatown, Raffles Place and Clarke Quay, Singapore's famous nightlife district. The popular shopping district of Orchard Road is a 15-minute drive away. The hotel is about a 20-minute drive from Changi International Airport.


3 Upper Pickering Street
$290.00 - $770.00
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Festive feasts at Lime Restaurant this Lunar New Year

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