Marina Bay Sands in Singapore has initiated the second phase of its reinvestment programme, with an estimated cost of $750m.  

This phase will concentrate on enhancing Tower 3, the hotel lobby, and Sands SkyPark. 

It will introduce a reimagined VIP arrival experience, a transformed lobby, new premium dining and retail options, and an emphasis on wellness experiences for guests.  

It will also add more than 550 rooms, including about 380 suites. 

Completion of the works is anticipated to occur in stages, extending through 2025. 

This investment is part of a multi-year effort to cement the integrated resort’s leadership in the luxury hospitality sector. 

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Marina Bay Sands COO Paul Town said: “Marina Bay Sands has made significant progress in delivering new world-leading luxury travel experiences over the past two years.  

“This second phase of reinvestment will be critical as it propels the property to new heights and places us in a strong position to capture future growth opportunities.”  

Marina Bay Sands is currently concluding its first-phase reinvestment of $1bn, which began in February 2022. 

The first phase included the refurbishment of Hotel Towers 1 and 2, alongside new dining and luxury lifestyle amenities. 

Parent company Las Vegas Sands aims to bolster Singapore’s hospitality sector, contributing to its people and economy through a total reinvestment of $1.75bn.  

The first phase saw the upgrade of 1,280 rooms across Towers 1 and 2, including 390 new suites.  

These rooms are categorised into The Paiza Collection and The Sands Collection, featuring unique room types such as the Horizon Suite and the Family Suite. 

In February, the Paiza Sky Club will open on the 55th floor of Tower 2, offering a tea vault, private liquor locker, garden conservatory, whisky bar, and buffet spreads from open kitchens.  

Upon completion of the transformation across all three towers, the resort will boast 1,850 refurbished rooms, nearly 770 of which will be suites. 

Marina Bay Sands has also invested in staff training and service culture. 

In addition, wellness experiences such as Muay Thai boxing and sound bath meditation will be offered at SkyPark Observation Deck and Infinity Pool for both hotel and non-hotel guests starting next month.