It was going to be a long night ahead. Jon and I had plans to watch Tame Impala’s concert in Singapore but before that we enjoyed a few drinks at the terrace garden of our deluxe resort room in Parc Sovereign Hotel – Tyrwhitt. The unique balcony space was really special with comfortable wicker chairs, flowering trees, plants and even (fake) grass. It reminded us a lot of our time in New Zealand, where we had time relaxing in a nice backyard. From the luxurious and modern design of Parc Sovereign Hotel – Tyrwhitt, you wouldn’t even think this terrace garden exists.

Parc Sovereign Hotel - Tyrwhitt - Mid Range Hotel in Singapore - Review - Balcony Garden

Hotel Room

Parc Sovereign Hotel – Tyrwhitt has 270 hotel rooms to suit different kinds of travellers. We stayed in a deluxe resort room at the third floor and we absolutely loved it. Apart from the terrace garden, the room itself was definitely big and spacious for its price range. We had a king size bed! The room also featured an electric kettle, refrigerator, safety box and rain shower in the bathroom. We also had in-room wifi and a flat screen smart TV (with cable channels and internet) so we always had good entertainment when we were indoors.

Parc Sovereign Hotel - Tyrwhitt - Mid Range Hotel in Singapore - Review - Garden View

Parc Sovereign Hotel - Tyrwhitt - Mid Range Hotel in Singapore - Review - Hotel Room

Parc Sovereign Hotel - Tyrwhitt - Mid Range Hotel in Singapore - Review - Smart TV

Hotel Amenities

Located at the 7th floor of Parc Sovereign Hotel – Tyrwhitt is the amenities area. We saw lots of comfortable seating areas for socializing and sun beds perfect for sun bathing. The infinity lap pool was also very inviting with the view of the urban landscape in this part of Singapore. If you have kids, they also have a shallow kiddie pool. A small gym is also available at this level.

The hotel’s café is found at the lobby. Breakfast was not included with our accommodation but it is available for additional cost.

Parc Sovereign Hotel - Tyrwhitt - Mid Range Hotel in Singapore - Review - Swimming Pool

Parc Sovereign Hotel - Tyrwhitt - Mid Range Hotel in Singapore - Review - Pool

Parc Sovereign Hotel - Tyrwhitt - Mid Range Hotel in Singapore - Review - Pool Area

Location

Parc Sovereign Hotel – Tyrwhitt is located in close proximity to two historic districts of Singapore – Kampong Glam and Little India. We walked from Bugis back to the hotel once and we saw many interesting shophouses along the way.

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Parc Sovereign Hotel - Tyrwhitt - Mid Range Hotel in Singapore - Review - Location

There are a lot of food options – restaurants, cafés and hawker centres within walking distance to the hotel. The one very close to Jalan Besar stadium has some of the best Indian food we’ve had in Singapore. We recommend the butter chicken! Convenience stores and groceries can also be found nearby.

Parc Sovereign Hotel - Tyrwhitt - Mid Range Hotel in Singapore - Review - Location Little India Lavender Kampong Glam

Getting around to other parts of Singapore from Parc Sovereign Hotel – Tyrwhitt is easy. The hotel is only a few mins walk to the Lavender MRT Station (EW11) or Little India MRT Station (NE7/DT12). These trains can take you to most attractions in Singapore. Another great way to get around is by bus. Chinatown, Clarke Quay, Bugis and Orchard can also easily be reached by bus in about half an hour or less. For nearby shopping, you can easily walk to City Square Mall and Mustafa Shopping Centre.


Disclaimer: We were hosted by Parc Sovereign Hotel – Tyrwhitt during a part of our stay in Singapore. Thoughts and opinions in this post are our own.

Parc Sovereign Hotel – Tyrwhitt (威豪酒店-德威)
Address: 165 Tyrwhitt Road Singapore 207569
Telephone No. : +65 6345 6116
Website: www.parcsovereign.com/parc-sovereign-tyrwhitt
Email: contact@parcsovereign.com

What do you think of Parc Sovereign Hotel – Tyrwhitt? Did this review inspire you to stay in this hotel? Do you have plans to visit Singapore? Let us know.

About the author

Gia Kristel De Guia

Gia, who currently lives in New Zealand, grew up in Manila, lived in Singapore for three years and travelled the world for nearly 2 years. From watching sunsets to hiking mountains, she loves the outdoors. She enjoys living in big cities but takes pleasure staying in quaint, small towns. An aspiring photographer and budding writer, she is the voice behind Mismatched Passports, a travel blog dedicated to the journey around the world with her New Zealander partner, Jon.

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