World’s Largest Aloft Hotel Opens in Singapore

by Anthony Losanno
Aloft Singapore

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The Aloft Singapore Novena recently opened. The hotel fills two towers with over 785 rooms and suites, which makes it the largest Aloft hotel in the world.

The new hotel opened in Singapore’s Balestier neighborhood. The area offers an eclectic mix of local cuisines, culture, and entertainment options. The public spaces are filled with art including an eight-foot crescendo sculpture inspired by musical notes at the hotel’s entrance. The hotel lobby boasts an 85-inch video wall that showcases electronic art from renowned artists like Refik Anadol and Jonathan Monaghan.

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The room designs are inspired by the lively shophouses found within the historic neighborhood. Each room is furnished with a plush mattress and a 55-inch TV. Complimentary Wi-Fi access and lots of USB charging ports, as well as wireless charging capabilities will help guests stay connected throughout their stay.

The Aloft Singapore Novena has multiple dining and cocktail options including: Yuè (the hotel’s modern Chinese restaurant), 21 on Rajah (a Mediterranean and Asian buffet), and the brand’s signature WXYZ® Bar in the lobby. Re:fuel by Aloft offers grab-and-go food and drinks 24 hours a day.

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Additional amenities include multiple indoor and outdoor gyms and the Splash Pool, where guests can relax and swim on the open deck. The hotel also has several meeting spaces and an outdoor event space on its lawn.


The Aloft Singapore Novena is a 10-minute drive from Singapore’s Central Business District and is not far from tourist attractions like the Singapore Botanic Garden and Orchard Road.

Anthony’s Take: Singapore is one of my favorite global cities with amazing food (the hawker centers are delicious places to eat through) and lots of fun shopping and exploring to be had. I look forward to returning again in the next few years.

(Image Credits: Marriott.)

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1 comment

derek September 19, 2023 - 10:05 am

This is the old Ramada. The location is inconvenient if one wants MRT access but fine if one uses bus, taxi, or Grab. There’s a supermarket in the shopping center. It’s next to Days (Inn) and across from Ibis.


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