Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands Invests USD 750 Million for Renovation

February 2024

Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands (MBS), the integrated resort fronting Marina Bay, is undergoing its second phase of renovation to become a top tourist destination. MBS was initially opened in 2010 and is owned by American casino and resort company Las Vegas Sands Corp. and designed by Safdie Architects. An additional USD 750 million is being invested into its USD 1 billion renovation project to revamp Tower 3, the hotel lobby, and Sands SkyPark, as well as introduce over 550 redesigned rooms and suites by 2025.

The first phase focused on completing the first two hotel towers and included upgrades to 1,280 rooms, introducing new suites like The Paiza Collection and The Sands Collection. Each collection offers unique accommodations, such as the Horizon Suite for wellness enthusiasts and the Family Suite tailored for families with children.

Future plans for MBS include the construction of a fourth tower to offer additional hotel space, retail areas, a performance arena, and convention facilities. This has already been approved by authorities and is expected to be completed by April 8, 2028. After the hotel towers are renovated, there will be 1,850 refurbished rooms, including some 770 suites. The ultra-luxurious suites are housed on the highest floors, reserved for the hotel’s highest tier of guests.

(Source: CoStar)

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