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QT Hotels & Resorts to open its first Singapore outpost this September

It will be its first hotel outside of Australia and New Zealand

Cheryl Sekkappan
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Cheryl Sekkappan
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QT Hotels & Resorts is as boutique as it gets. You'd never mistake one QT property for another – from the Miami cool of QT Gold Coast to the divine alpine ambience of QT Queenstown, each hotel shines with distinctive charm. This is why we're so looking forward to QT Singapore, slated to open this September at the former Hotel Telegraph.

QT Singapore
Photograph: QT Hotels & Resorts

QT Singapore is QT Hotels & Resorts' first-ever property outside Australia and New Zealand. The designer hotel collections' Singapore outpost will sit beside the iconic Lau Pa Sat hawker centre, putting guests within stone's throw of famous hawker fare, our bustling financial district, and the world of lifestyle, shopping, and entertainment at Marina Bay, Orchard Road, and other vibrant districts. 

Details about the hotel's design have yet to be revealed, but QT Hotels & Resorts is working with interior designer Nic Graham to transform the historic Hotel Telegraph to reflect its brand of playful luxury (while preserving that gorgeous neoclassical facade, of course). Guests can look forward to 134 rooms and suites, a 'Rooftop by QT' bar, pool, and gym. QT Singapore will also have public spaces, including dining venues and a new signature bar and grill. 

QT Singapore
Photograph: QT Hotels & Resorts

QT Singapore will officially debut on September 16 at 35 Robinson Road, so sit tight for more news about its grand opening. In the meantime, rooms are already available for reservation – a QT King room in October starts at around $470 per night (for QT Club members), with categories going up to a sprawling QT Corner Suite. Learn more or make your bookings here

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