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Inside a Deluxe Room at the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore

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  Site Where: 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore, Singapore
February 10, 2012 at 4:35 PM | by | ()

Okay, so we've already raved about something as simple as the bedside tables at the Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore, but what of the rest of the room? Well, first let us say that it is completely worth it to opt for the marina-side, because the view is half the luxury.

The Ritz-Carlton Millenia sits closest to the famous curving pedestrian bridge over to the Marina Bay Sands, and its location means crazy awesome vistas of downtown, the marina and more hotels one way, and the Singapore Flyer ferris wheel the other way. As lovely as the rooms are (and they are lovely), you'll likely spend at least half the time entranced by the metropolis, staring out the room's nearly floor-to-ceiling windows.

Speaking of, the windows include a massive octagonal portal found, in most rooms, above the bathtub. There'll be no missing out on the nighttime marina laser show if you'd like to have a soak.

Deluxe rooms such as this at the Ritz-Carlton Millenia feature more than a king bed; there's also a walk-in closet, window-side sitting area, spacious desk (with plug panels) and a massive cabinet that contains all the fun snacks, drinks and stemware of the minibar. If you go for a Club-level room, however, you'll have all the nibbles, champagne, coffee and more complimentary in the Club Lounge (and that stupendous view, from the hotel's top floor). Honestly, the Club Lounge here is one of the nicest we've ever seen.

Down to the nitty-gritty: the WiFi is fast and free, the toiletries are Ritz-Carlton's own, the TVs are LED flatscreens, the coffeemakers Nespresso, the bathrooms are marble and the lighting and shades are easily controlled via simple switch panels (both on the wall and bedside).

We'll let the photos do the talking from here, but stay tuned for more on the public spaces within this hotel.

Disclosure: We were a guest of the Ritz-Carlton for one night while on assignment for Jaunted.com. All photos and opinions are completely our own.

[Photos: Cynthia Drescher for HotelChatter]

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