Hilton Singapore recently refreshed their selection of curated foodie staycations, with the hotel now offering four different Foodie Staycation stay packages (some of which provide savings of up to 60%) until 31 July 2021
If you were to factor in the dinner value at Opus Bar & Grill for the Steak-Cation Package, you are effectively paying less than S$100 for a room in Orchard Road.
Considering the usual rates of a stay at Hilton Singapore, the value here is hard to beat.
While the property may not be an obvious staycation destination given its very old-fashioned approach to business hotel hospitality, what it does have over the newer and snazzier properties in Singapore (and Conrad Centennial Singapore) is warm, heart-felt service.
While the prices are not exactly easy on the wallet, you’ll get to enjoy over 90 dishes that span across a handful of cuisines.
Signature cakes in the shelves included Dulcey Coffee, Caramel Cassis, Matcha Azuki (my favourite), Red Velvet (friend’s favourite), Rainbow Cake (children’s favourite), and Lavender Cake.
20 reviews of Hilton Singapore "An excellent staff at a great location. The rooms are comfortable and quiet with newly refurbished bathrooms and decor. Only steps from Ion Orchard and loads of other fantastic shopping. The restaurants are very…
I stayed at the Hilton Singapore over the past weekend to enjoy some personal space and time away from the hectic daily life. I also made a deliberate attempt to mute all work-related email notifications to ensure that I do not get tempted to do what I should not. While I have covered this hotel in a previous review, I thought this stay was pretty exceptional so it deserved another review. Besides, I stayed in a different room type this time and thought I might cover more aspects of the hotel.
So of the hotels I’ve stayed at this was my least favorite and I wouldn’t return. The hotel itself is fine — it’s a generic Hilton — but as far as Hilton properties I prefer the usually similarly priced Conrad, and if I’m staying on Orchard Road I far prefer the St. Regis.
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Iggy’s was good for me, though not exceptional if I were to benchmark it against other Michelin-starred restaurants in Singapore.
D9 Cakery will also be welcoming a limited edition bonbon and tablet collection presented by Valrhona master pastry chef trainer Jérémy Aspa.
I am not a coffee person but I enjoyed the layering taste of this cake.
The Portobello Mushrooms ($10) is juicy and lightly seasoned for taste, which was a perfect compliment to the meatier mains.
One of the special highlights of the buffet includes the Ocean-fresh Seafood & Oyster Bar such as the fresh Alaskan king crabs, Maine lobsters, freshly shucked oysters.
While the signature Opus Premium Sharing Cuts are the crème-de-la-crème, there is a whole new entourage of dishes, including new steak cut, grilled seafood, and recommended starters, main, and side dishes to explore.
Their quality steaks made it worthwhile for return visits.
You must definitely get their cakes when you are here.
Known as one of the top ten steakhouses in Singapore, Opus Bar & Grill celebrates its fourth birthday by giving complimentary bottle of premium red wine (worth $90) with an order of any of their sharing steak cuts.
If you’ve got a sweet tooth and are looking to de-stress from a hectic work week, D9’s high tea buffet is definitely for you!