Embracing the philosophy of Feng Shui, our luxury hotel welcomes guests with an auspicious balance of energy. Over 10,000 square metres of chromafusion glass with a mother-of-pearl filter are used in the internal glass panelling, coupled with light wood to create a light and spacious environment to enliven the senses. Other Feng Shui elements are detailed through auspicious gold ‘metal’ rail trimmings suspended in Colony and Chihuly Lounge, ‘wind’ coming in through the large main doors symbolise luck, ‘water’ from the mother-of-pearl panes and indoor water feature signify wealth, and the impressive Cornucopia art sculpture in the main lobby represents ‘fire’ and vitality. The iconic octagonal bathroom windows in each guest room afford panoramic views while alluding to the auspicious number “8”.
The hotel houses one of the largest contemporary art collections in Southeast Asia, including works by David Hockney, Andy Warhol, Dale Chihuly, Frank Stella and Zhu Wei. 90% of the 4,200 art pieces were specially commissioned for the hotel, while approximately 350 of them are museum-quality art pieces.