Originally blue, the Blue Room retains its moniker as a reminder of its rich history. It was previously where Members of Parliament would relax in between debate sessions, and where Singapore’s first Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew held discussions with his cabinet of ministers.
Neoclassical architectural details are seen in the Corinthian columns, and long Palladian windows fill the room with natural light. This adaptable space is used for performances and corporate functions that range from press conferences, product launches to receptions.
There is ample standing room for up to 120 people for cocktail events, 60 seated in a round table setting and 80 in a theatre style layout.