What is Island Shangri-La's turndown service like?

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Return to your room at the end of the day and you'll find that Island Shangri-La's housekeeping staff has set the mood for serious slumber. The heavy silk curtains will be drawn (though you may want to leave them open to have a peak at the city lights that surround this centrally-located skyscraper hotel), the bed turned down and the lights dimmed. If you left your clothes strewn about, you'll come back to find your room belongings laid out nice and neat as if by magic helpers. Used towels and toiletries will be replaced with fresh ones, and slippers will be placed at the side of the bed along with bottled water on the nightstand. The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star hotel's staff will leave behind a custom bookmark in any reading material you've left in your room, and you'll receive a room service menu through which you can order a Western or Asian breakfast.

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