Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore

Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore

SINGAPORE – 24th August, 2017 – Leading the way for serviced accommodations, Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore combines luxury accommodation with state-of-the-art technology, exclusive facilities and a key location within the heart of the city’s Central Business District.

‘‘Singapore has emerged as a lifestyle and luxury center for Asia, where travelers from around the region visit to get away and enjoy all that the country has to offer,” said Roy Liang, general manager, Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore. “We invite international guests to bring their families and settle in at Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore for an extended stay, where we will pamper them with all the best amenities and services allowing them to take advantage of all that’s on offer.”

Every apartment is equipped with a tablet with the Oakwood app, which can handle all in-room requests, book taxis, order flowers or buy groceries. The app provides links to Singapore’s most loved restaurants, from famed Michelin-starred hotspots at Marina Bay Sands to hidden gems in shophouses on Keong Saik Road, as well as the locals’ favored cocktail bars, late night dessert bars and the city’s best parties. The entertainment continues at home as every apartment is equipped with a Bluetooth sound system, Smart TV and Samsung mobile phone with access to 24-hour customer service.

For guests wanting a relaxing night in, Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore is designed to deliver high-comfort living. Every unit is designed to feel like a luxurious residence, with elegant dining spaces to enjoy a-la-carte room service and fully equipped kitchens with best-in-class appliances from Smeg ovens to De’Longhi toasters for guests wanting the independence of cooking for themselves.

Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore Executive Club Lounge

The bathrooms feature rain showers with custom Peter Morrissey toiletries and ultra-soft gown and slipper sets designed to evoke a spa-like to leave travellers relaxed and rejuvenated.

Complimentary daily breakfast features international and fresh local produce – from made-to-order omelets to healthy home-made bircher muesli and premium grade coffee. For a day of leisure, guests can enjoy the fitness center, outdoor infinity pool or residents’ lounge, before clocking off with signature cocktails at The Bar, from a fresh Downtown Mojito to a smooth Xpresso Martini.

For residents who sign up for The Oakwood Executive Club Privilege, service goes further, with complimentary use of a glass-windowed Executive Boardroom and access to the Executive Club Lounge – both situated poolside with city views. The luxurious Oakwood Executive Club Lounge serves daily breakfast spreads and free flow evening sunset cocktails and canapés for Club Members to unwind and relax in a laidback setting, pre- or post- meeting.

The Bar at Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore

Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore is the second Oakwood property in Singapore, following the March opening of Oakwood Studios Singapore in the Orchard Road area.

The development joins existing Oakwood Premier properties in Jakarta, Manila, Seoul, Incheon, Tokyo, Guangzhou and Bangalore.

Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore is located at 6 Shenton Way, OUE Downtown 1.

For more information on Oakwood Premier OUE Singapore, please visit OakwoodAsia.com/Singapore-CentralBusinessDistrict.

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