Latest Frasers property features 24/7 social hub

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Singapore: Frasers Hospitality has opened Capri by Fraser, China Square/Singapore.

Situated in the CBD and on the cusp of bustling Chinatown, Singapore's second Capri by Fraser property "seamlessly combines design, technology and social living into one holistic offering, catering to the lifestyle needs of digitally-driven, experiential travellers".
 
"The e-generation wants smart and stylish spaces where they can seamlessly work, play and interact within a like-minded community. Capri by Fraser, China Square/Singapore is purpose-built to meet these ubiquitous and dynamic demands of our business travellers," said Vernon Lee, country general manager (Singapore), Frasers Hospitality.

The property features the Den - "a vibrant  24/7 social hub fitted with fresh designer furniture, wireless charging pads, games and refreshments" as well as Singapore's first 24/7 hotel gym with interactive Prama flooring, and the brand's self-service laundrette Spin & Play.
 
Complementing the social spaces are "the many 'instagrammable' designs and artwork around the hotel residence". Drawing inspiration from its surroundings and rich history, design group BLINK created "vibrant art and designs showcasing iconic structures and early Chinatown dwellers like the samsui women, all with a modern twist".
 
Frasers says: "Underpinning this social living ethos is the prevalent use of technology and innovation throughout the property. The upcoming Frasers Hospitality app will meet guests' needs on the go, from checking in/out remotely to 24/7 concierge services complemented by chatbot technology. The app will be beta tested at Capri by Fraser, China Square / Singapore this year before being rolled out across all properties."

Rooms are powered by smart control technology that detects guest occupancy, improving overall energy efficiency. Staff will also benefit from new technology, like a separate cloud-based app that taps on the in-room smart control to prioritise housekeeping, as well as RFID tagging of linen and uniforms to aid delivery and tracking.
 
Wireless speakers and soundbars are synced to guests' playlists in each room, and ambient music plays from the underwater speakers in the rooftop pool.
 

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