Organise Luxurious Events in Unique Estates
Seeking a change from hotel ballrooms for your next corporate function? Consider luxurious estate properties in Singapore that are more private and exclusive to just your party of guests, business partners and clients. Ideal for groups of fewer than 100 guests, such venues are usually set amidst greenery and feature lovely architectural details that make for a refreshing change from the typical boardroom or steel-and-glass skyscraper.
Villa du Jardin
In a secluded corner on the resort island of Sentosa sits Sofitel Sentosa Resort and Spa’s Villa du Jardin, which comprises four villas that comfortably accommodate 35 guests each. The villas can be creatively styled – perfect for hosting themed corporate parties. The expansive villas, which can be booked individually, are reportedly Singapore’s largest villas, and each one consists of two bedrooms and a private pool amidst lush tropical foliage.
What’s more, business can be conducted on either of two championship golf courses conveniently situated adjacent to the Sofitel property.
Alkaff Mansion Ristorante
Perched atop Telok Blangah Hill, Alkaff Mansion was built in 1918 by Syed Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Alkaff as a weekend retreat for the prominent family of spice traders from Yemen.
The two-storey Tudor-style building now houses Alkaff Mansion Ristorante, an upscale Italian restaurant that is popular for private and corporate events. The ground floor of the elegant main mansion can hold up to 60 people, while the upper level with its vintage chandeliers has a seating capacity of up to 110 guests in the dining hall. Outside, the Terrace caters to al fresco dining, offering 64 outdoor seating spaces.
Alkaff Mansion Ristorante is one of five Italian restaurants in Singapore awarded the Ospitalita Italiana Seal Award in 2014, which recognises true representations of Italian culture.
Walk into Kaiserhaus and be transported to 19th century Habsburg Empire. The restaurant features flavours of a dozen nations, including Austria, Germany and Hungary, and diners can expect an exquisite menu showcasing the multicultural culinary heritage of Central Europe.