The modern world is increasingly connected, with the boundaries between work and play dissolving as accessible and reliable infrastructure allow people to multi-task. Beyond location, pricing, amenities, décor, branding, service quality and experience, travellers are now also looking for an integrated environment which allows them to rest, work, shop and play all at once – social and entertainment hubs.

As architectural elements, hotels are designed to establish a unique personal identity, interwoven with the surroundings to celebrate local character while encouraging visitors to feel at home in a new place. DP Architects specialises in designing hotels that do just this, planning hotels that perform as a buffer between the room and the city for comfort and privacy. Our urban hotels have been programmed to blend a range of different spaces for social engagement and civic vibrancy. We design hotels that offer experiences as well as respite.

From luxury hotel towers and integrated resorts to cultural and entertainment destinations of high standards, our commitment is to creating attractive, memorable and authentic places where people can fully enjoy their leisure time and work efficiently and comfortably – while achieving operational efficiency. We hope to use thoughtful and sensitive architecture, interior design, landscape, lighting, entertainment, local culture and history to deliver an unforgettable experience that builds brand loyalty, buzz, and guest happiness.

Novotel & Mercure Singapore On Stevens

Area: 29,560sqm
Year of Completion: 2017
Location: Singapore

Hotel Fort Canning

Area: 11,200sqm
Year of Completion: 2011
Location: Singapore

The Fullerton Bay Hotel

Area: 10,000sqm
Year of Completion: 2009
Location: Singapore

Carlton City Hotel

Area: 20,300sqm
Year of Completion: 2013
Location: Singapore

Yotel Singapore

Area: 31,100sqm
Year of Completion: 2018
Location: Singapore

Millennium Hotel London Mayfair

Area: –
Year of Completion: 2019
Location: UK & Europe