SINGAPORE Capri by Fraser Changi City Singapore – tagged as a “hotel residence” product by well-known serviced apartment operator Frasers Hospitality – does not restrict function spaces to in-house guests, but allows outside bookings.
Located in the heart of Changi Business Park, the 313-unit property counts The Pod, a 43 sqm space for 40 persons classroom style and PowWow boardroom with audio-visual capabilities for up to 10 persons in its meeting arsenal, while identifying the Hot Spot lounge area, featuring divans that invites occupants to sprawl, and the spacious poolside for more casual brainstorming sessions.
As the only accommodation provider currently in the emerging hub that has attracted high-tech business, data and software enterprises and R&D companies, Capri has been a natural magnet for next-door executives for its facilities such as the all-day dining Caprilicious, Delite deli and Drinx bar and Ripples by the pool.
Inspired by the lifestyle needs of the e-generation that Frasers regards as "always on", Capri seeks to cut the conformity of typical hotels with a free and flexible environment where guests can rest, relax and recharge according to their own body clocks. This includes the option of in-room cooking, working out 24/7 and doing one's laundry in an unusual way. While waiting for the washing machine to complete its cycle, residents can play football, Xbox Kinect or use the Cicollette exercise bike or TRX suspension trainer found in the room.
For more details, visit www.frasershospitality.com
Margie T Logarta