The Ritz-Carlton

The Ritz-Carlton


A luxury hotel designed by Kevin Roche

The Ritz-Carlton, Millennia Singapore, is a 600-room five-star hotel with 33 storeys and a surface area of 110,000 m². This iconic building was a testament to the successful partnership between Dragages Singapore and the developer Pontiac Marina. Upon entering the hotel lobby, an awe-inspiring honeycomb-like structure held by a clear glass-panelled roof greets visitors, a stunning prelude to the outstanding architecture that envelopes the hotel. Throughout this world-class establishment, thoughtful construction and design details take centrestage, a representation of the level of excellence upheld by Dragages Singapore.

Today, The Ritz-Carlton, Millennia Singapore, still contributes to the majestic skyline of Singapore as a building emblematic of luxurious sophistication and exceptional architecture.

Technical expertise

Dragages Singapore combined steel structures, reinforced concrete and prestressed concrete. A total of 12 mega beams in reinforced concrete with a span of 20 to 25 m are supporting the 33 storeys of the hotel.

Key data
  • Construction period: 1993-1995
  • Client: Pontiac Marina
  • Architects: DP Architect, Kevin Roche
  • Figures:
    • SHO: 110,000 m²
    • 33 storeys
    • 600 rooms