Beachfronts, parks, country clubs – Singapore’s packed with fantastic places to tie the knot!  As much as we fancy a breezy outdoor bash, there’s something to be said about the comfort and luxury of five-star hotel weddings. The delectable spread, plush carpet and cool air-conditioning of a swanky ballroom… be still, our beating hearts. If you’re going for a more timeless look, here’s one to consider: The Pavilion at Conrad Centennial Singapore!

Bring your love to new heights…

Conrad Centennial Singapore’s grand ballroom is one of the most coveted wedding venues in our book. But if you’re looking to hold your soirée at somewhere more intimate, The Pavilion is the way to go. This glass-enclosed space by the hotel’s pool sits up to 160 guests, and you get to say “I do” to a stunning view of the Marina Bay neighbourhood. It’s got everything you’ll need – audio-visual systems you’d need to jazz it all up, as well as blinds, if you’re looking for something more hush-hush and exclusive.

Golden Peony Baked Sea Perch Honeybrides Conrad Centennial

Want a delicious alternative to the compulsory fish-served-whole? Golden Peony’s baked sea perch is the way to go.

It’s all packed up…

There’s no reason to make wedding plannings any more of a hassle. Take your pick from two all-in packages (Sapphire and Diamond), that includes centerpieces, bubbly for toasting, bridal suites with a view of Singapore’s skyline, and a Chinese/Fusion menu from ever-popular Golden Peony, led by Executive Chinese Chef Ku Keung. We were recently invited for a taste of his new menu and here’s our verdict: You’ll be impressed with the selection of dishes (tip: try the baked sea perch with red wine sauce), because we were!

For bookings and further information of Conrad Centennial Singapore’s many wedding venues, email their wedding planners.

Conrad Centennial Singapore, 2 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038982, p. 6334 8888, p. 6432 7159/70 (wedding planners).

This article is sponsored by Conrad Centennial Singapore.