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5 Star Hotel in Singapore Unveils Newly-Refurbished Grand Ballroom

And Welcomes New Director of Event Management

SINGAPORE -- (Marketwired) -- 05/05/14 -- Following a SGD35 million refurbishment involving all guest rooms, hotel lobby, Marriott Cafe and Crossroads Cafe by world-renowned design team, Hirsch Bedner Associates in 2012, Singapore Marriott Hotel is now ready to unveil its Grand Ballroom, recently refurbished in 2014. Dons a stylish colour palette and plush new interiors, and further enhanced by a spectacular translucent alabaster marble ceiling with intelligent lighting system, the exclusive pillar-less Grand Ballroom delivers a winning combination of sophisticated décor and advanced technology -- perfect for corporate functions as well as social events at the luxury hotel.

At the Singapore Marriott Hotel, meeting planners are assured that every event of theirs is as iconic as the Hotel itself. With Marriott's new The Future of Meetings initiative, endless inspiration and tools are available right at your fingertips. Marriott's Red Coat Program and dedicated in-house Event Management team provide planners the assurance one needs for excellent team support; the latest technological equipment and event expertise -- all held together by a single and visible point of contact. Food and beverage services are plentiful, with access to five onsite restaurants and even outdoor catering options available.

Take Your Meetings Further
Introducing our "Take Your Meetings Further" package -- where planners can now organize successful meetings with more benefits extended! Enjoy 10% attrition and complimentary usage of LCD projector, topped with a wide selection of privileges to choose from: such as one complimentary upgrade to the luxurious Junior Suite, one complimentary guest room, or welcome coffee break. Bring your business meeting or event to the next level effortlessly! Package is valid till 30 June 2014, for meetings with more than 10 guest rooms booked. Terms and conditions apply. For sales enquiries, please call (65) 6831 4778.

Timeless Treasure
Taking cues from the beauty of delicate lace, the newly-introduced Timeless Treasure is an elegant and detailed wedding theme. Exuding the classiness of intricate lace patterns, the Grand Ballroom is transformed into an even more romantic wedding venue. Enjoy complementary floral arrangement in soft, pleasing hues, and thoughtful touches in spring colours for an unforgettable wedding reception.

Perry Tan, New Director of Event Management
Singapore Marriott Hotel welcomes Perry Tan as the newly-appointed Director of Event Management at the 5-star hotel. Started his career as a banquet associate at Mandarin Orchard Singapore 17 years ago, he has since developed a strong passion for the hospitality industry. Bringing with him a wealth of experience in event management, Perry plays a pertinent role in ensuring the success of all events and is aspired to develop the most excellent event team in the Singapore Marriott Hotel!

Prior to joining Singapore Marriott Hotel, Perry was the Director of Event Management at Shangri-La hotel, Wenzhou. Always one who believes in seeing things from a different perspective, Perry enjoys cooking when he is not spotted overseeing meeting or event in the Hotel. His best dish? Chicken rice, the Singapore's national dish!

Visit Marriott International, Inc. (NYSE: MAR) for company information.

About Singapore Marriott Hotel

Singapore Marriott Hotel is best known for its iconic green pagoda roof in the heart of Singapore's business and entertainment hub. Located right above the Orchard Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station, the hotel is perfectly positioned to connect guests to the rest of the island throughout their stay. Guest rooms have been designed with the discerning traveler in mind, featuring state-of-the-art furnishings and technology upgrades such as signature 1956 leather Eames Desk Chairs, Marriott Revive® bedding, and a Full-HD Smart TV. Two new room categories have also been introduced. The Premier Deluxe Room offers an elevated experience whilst the Studio Room, with its separate work space, walk-in wardrobe and dedicated vanity area is ideal for business travelers looking to work and relax effortlessly.

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