Carlton Hotel Singapore

Who we are:

Carlton Hotel Singapore is an upscale business hotel with 940 rooms and 13 event spaces. Strategically located at the heart of the Garden City, the hotel is just minutes away from Singapore’s busiest financial and convention centres, the arts, culture, and shopping haven. The hotel features an award-winning Wah Lok Cantonese restaurant, all-day dining Café Mosaic, Tuxedo Cafe & Pâtisserie, two club lounges, a gym and a swimming pool. Visit for more information.

Tell us about sustainability, what are you good at?

The Carlton Hotel Singapore is dedicated to sustainability efforts beyond just policies. Besides actively minimising single-use plastics for shower amenities and providing recycling bins throughout the premises, the hotel promotes water and energy conservation through reminders in common areas and ensures that all employees including new hires are briefed on sustainability. Guests are encouraged to participate in sustainable practices such as reusing towels and linen, switching off electrical appliances, and requesting bathroom amenities only when needed.

Additionally, the hotel is committed to inclusivity by providing accessibility features for wheelchair-aided guests. These features include accessible entrances, parking, and designated rooms for people with disabilities, making the hotel a welcoming environment for all guests.

What are the hotel’s strengths? What are the strong points?

The Carlton Hotel Singapore offers a prime location in the heart of the Civil District, surrounded by heritage and cultural sites, making it an ideal choice for business and leisure travellers. With 10 room categories available, guests have various options to suit their preferences and needs. Additionally, dining options are plentiful, with four F&B outlets within the hotel itself, while the surrounding area offers a plethora of choices for guests to explore and indulge in culinary delights.

Why did you choose GSTC certification?

GSTC certification is recognised as a global leader in managing sustainable travel and tourism standards. This is also aligned with the sustainability roadmap set forth by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) and Singapore Hotel Association (SHA) to reach the target of having 60% of Singapore’s hotel room inventory obtain internationally recognised sustainability certifications by 2025.

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