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Breathtaking Green Hotel In Singapore Showcases Sustainable Architecture

To call the inimitable PARKROYAL on Pickering a captivating oasis of green set within the bustling urban landscape of Singapore will not be too far from the truth. Designed by WOHA Architects to enthrall its guests with an overwhelming sense of green goodness, the hotel truly stands as a shining beacon of sustainable design on the edge of Singapore’s busy business district. While most other hotel buildings and large commercial projects eat into the ‘green-growing’ potential of the proposed site, the audacious design of PARKROYAL ensures that it doubles the existing greenery of the site!

parkroyal on pickering by woha

It is not hard at all to see why guests at this hotel are mesmerized by the amazing green credentials that it brings to the table. With architecture and design taking a firm turn toward the eco-conscious, structures like the PARKROYAL offer a fresh and spectacular window into what is actually possible. Long gone are the days when green buildings were boring, dull and mundane. Modern architecture firms like WOHA have turned eco-friendly buildings into pioneering structures that are far more exciting and adventurous than those with planet-friendly credentials. This fabulous hotel featuring staggered terraces filled with tropical plants is a perfect case in the point.

Impressive architecture greets you at every turn inside this massive hotel that contains 637 rooms and suites, along with ravishing restaurants, a jaw-dropping infinity pool on the terrace and a maze of sky bridges and corridors that are flanked by green walls and water features. But the real showstopper at this award-winning hotel is the series of curvaceous sky gardens that are harvested using rainwater and a gravity-fed drip system that is powered by solar energy!

An entrance that charms you instantly

Exclusive reception area of the lavish hotel in Singapore

Breathtaking contours and sculptural additions at the PARKROYAL

Gorgeous blend of glass and stone

Elegant decor inside the PARKROYAL

Pod like structures standout stylishly

Amazing spiral staircase illuminated perfectly

A view from the top level of the PARKROYAL

Stunning terraced gardens at the PARKROYAL with tropical plants

Rich green tropical plants on the terraced gardens of the PARKROYAL

An oasis of green at the Parkroyal

Draped in a cloak of green, the vertical gardens of the hotel look even more stunning from the guest rooms as they paint a picture of unending greenery. Glass is used extensively to usher in natural ventilation, while polished concrete in the corridors brings in the appeal of natural stone. The guest rooms, though, are clad in rich timber and embrace a sleek, contemporary style and neutral hues.

Bedroom at the PARKROYAL on Pickering with a view of green balconies

Stylish contemporary bedroom in neutral tones

Rooms of the hotel exude a more contemporary vibe

Exquisite bathrub design in black

Balcony of the PARKROYAL flanked by greenery

A look at the infinity edge pool on the terrace

Large pavilions that appear like giant colorful bird cages offer guests an interesting, and at times exhilarating, escape. (With one set atop the terrace of the giant 12-story structure.) Remarkable, extravagant and overflowing with tropical greenery, the PARKROYAL on Pickering is a masterpiece in charismatic sustainable architecture… If you fancy a stay here, we suggest you book well in advance!

Stunning restaurant at the gorgeous PARKROYAL in Singapore

Wooden interior of the PARKROYAL Hotel in Singapore

Captivating stone columns stand proudly at the Parkroyal

Arrive in style at the Parkroyal on Pickering

Colorful architectural enclosures inside the hotel

Exceptional architecture of the PARKROYAL on Pickering

Facade of the green Singapoer Hotel

Sherry Nothingam
Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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