Two new Artyzen Hotels and Resorts properties in Singapore and Shanghai have opened its doors as part of the marking of the 10-year anniversary of Artyzen Hospitality Group (AHG).
The year 2023 so far, has seen Artyzen Hospitality Group double the number of rooms it offers, expanded its worldwide presence beyond Greater China, and launched a wide range of projects, including lifestyle hotels, serviced apartments, restaurants, and conference centers.
The two new hotels, Artyzen Hotels & Resorts’ new flagship properties, are located in Singapore’s Orchard neighbourhood and Shanghai’s dynamic new Central Business District, Qiantian, joining the group’s current line-up of the Artyzen Lingang Shanghai and Artyzen Grand Lapa Macau.
Each hotel in the Artyzen Hotels and Resorts portfolio has been designed to reflect the unique character of its surrounding area. Each hotel lays a significant emphasis on creating tailored and intuitive guest experiences, in keeping with the brand’s unique Asian-rooted philosophy of emotional wisdom. Through artistic design, stylish service, upscale flavours, and unique experiences, each hotel also attempts to immerse visitors in the culture and vitality of the area.
Artyzen Singapore – Inspired by Local Culture and Flavour
Artyzen Singapore is a five-star hotel on Cuscaden Road in the upscale West Orchard district. It sits on the site of the former “Villa Marie”, a mansion built by the great grandson of Tan Tock Seng, the late philanthropist of Singapore.A sophisticated modern lifestyle hotel inspired by the culture and colours of Singapore’s Straits heritage, Artyzen Singapore’s 142 rooms and suites each feature a balcony, high ceilings with ceiling fans and marble bathrooms. Every room has its own spacious landscaped sky terrace, decked up with a sun lounger and outdoor furniture.
At Artyzen Singapore, guests can taste a modern take on the dishes and flavours that have made the Straits Settlements region famous. Victor Liong, a prominent Melbourne chef of Malaysian Chinese ancestry and recipient of two chef hats from Australia’s Good Food & Travel Guide, co-created the restaurant Quenino (/ke-ni-nu/), whose name translates to “little one” in Malaccan Creole Portuguese.
After dining, guests may keep up their fitness routine while on the road thanks to the spa, which features a gym, private treatment rooms, a meditation zone, and pavilions for yoga and exercise amidst a verdant landscape and orchid gardens and a soaring 15-meter-high roof.
Artyzen Shanghai – A Modern Classic
Qiantan, Shanghai’s new central business district and cultural epicentre, is home to Artyzen NEW BUND 31 Shanghai. It’s a section of the soon-to-be-famous NEW BUND 31. Next to the brand-new Bank of Communications and NEW BUND 31 Performing Arts Centre is where you’ll find this sophisticated new lifestyle hotel.
This contemporary classic, created by the multi-award-winning Neri&Hu Design and Research Office, subtly blends the distinct Shanghainese aesthetics, art, and cultural temperament to make a one-of-a-kind place of rest and exploration. Each of the 202 rooms and suites is uniquely decorated, although all have a decor scheme inspired by the tranquil colours of Chinese gardens. Guests can explore the expansive, quiet environment that the high ceilings and exquisite monolithic architecture create. The hotel’s custom-made wooden furniture is complemented by textured paint in the hotel’s trademark colours of blue, pink, and green.
Exceptional Dining and Meeting Spaces
The property’s Shanghai Modern, Lounge, and Tapas Bar draws in the tasteful crowd thanks to its stylish decor, friendly staff, and large indoor and outdoor terraces.
Delicious fusion dishes with bold flavours are the result of the chefs’ efforts with seasonal, locally sourced Chinese ingredients, prepared using both classic and modern Western and Asian cooking techniques. Cube and Circle, two geometrically inspired meeting and event venues, are ideal for high-end social gatherings.
Taikoo Li, Oriental Sports Centre, and New York University Shanghai are all part of the NEW BUND 31 complex in Shanghai’s Qiantan neighborhood, a bustling cultural district. The Bund, People’s Square and Xujiahui are just 15 minutes away by vehicle.