Goodwood Park Hotel

A castle-inspired wonder in Singapore
Goodwood Park Hotel is one of Singapore’s heritage hotels, erected in 1900 as the Teutonia Club, a social enclave for German expats.

Today, the 233 spacious rooms are simply decorated in a neutral color palette with light wood furnishings, making it a popular choice for those looking for a bit of R&R in the Asian city-state.

Singapore’s climate is ideal for lush tropical vegetation and the hotel’s gardens and surrounding grounds are clustered with leafy palms, colorful flowers and elegant shrubs. When you’re strolling through its environs, you’ll feel blissfully at peace and quite removed from all the hustle and bustle of nearby Orchard Road, the city’s prime shopping destination.

You'll enjoy plenty to do at Goodwood Park Hotel, from cooling off in the gorgeous Balinese spa-inspired Mayfair pool to indulging in Peking duck at Min Jiang restaurant or chowing down on steaks at the sophisticated Gordon Grill.
Things to Know
• Since its founding, the Forbes Travel Guide Recommended hotel has served as a reception hall and was even tapped as the headquarters for the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II.

• Goodwood Park Hotel is just a few minutes away from Singapore’s famed Orchard Road where you’ll find glitzy megamalls and fashionable department stores such as Wheelock Place, ION Orchard and Takashimaya, not to mention an abundance of indoor food courts, cafés and restaurants.

• The historic Goodwood Park Hotel offers five full-service restaurants, along with a small deli serving fresh-baked cookies, cakes and other treats.

• The best time to visit the Singapore hotel is during the Mid-Autumn Festival, a celebratory month marked by fun cultural events and pop-up food markets brimming with delicious seasonal delicacies such as Chinese mooncakes.
The Restaurants
• Min Jiang at One-North is widely considered one of the best Chinese eateries in Singapore. The specialty at this gorgeous two-story colonial bungalow is the Beijing duck, prepared using a secret Chinese recipe, roasted in a wood-fired oven and served with eight different condiments.

• Afternoon dim sum, available a la carte during the week and with a buffet on weekends, is popular at Goodwood Park Hotel’s contemporary Min Jiang.

• A high tea spread served daily from 3 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. at stylish Coffee Lounge includes more than 20 sweet and savory delicacies.

• Goodwood Park Hotel’s cozy Deli is known for serving some of the most delectable mooncakes in Singapore, with more than 10 different flavors available seasonally that include mango with pomelo snowskin, Cempedak fruit and D24 durian.
Getting There
22 Scotts Road, Singapore, 228221
SIN (18-28 min)   XSP  
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