SINGAPORE: A new project is set to revolutionize the way people view buses, as “The Bus Collective,” a newly opened resort hotel in Changi Village, has converted 20 old buses into luxurious suites, complete with state-of-the-art facilities and even opulent bathtubs, defying conventional expectations.

Scheduled to open its doors on the 1st of December, this innovative project is the first of its kind in the region. The hotel, comprising 20 guest rooms and suites, retains the original characteristics of the buses, including captain’s chairs, while seamlessly integrating modern amenities such as marble countertops, elegant shower heads, plush beds, and luxurious bathtubs.

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The prices for a memorable stay at “The Bus Collective” are inclusive of breakfast and start at a competitive $398 per night. Guests can now make reservations for this extraordinary experience, and the hotel will be fully operational, welcoming visitors from December.

The team behind “The Bus Collective” aspires to redefine the luxury hotel experience and introduce an eco-conscious approach to travel in Singapore. Aside from aiming to provide guests with unparalleled and memorable experiences, the team indicated that the project is a testament to the possibilities of upcycling and reimagining spaces in creative and environmentally responsible ways.

For travellers seeking a unique and environmentally conscious escape, “The Bus Collective” presents an enticing proposition, promising an unforgettable stay while contributing to a greener, more sustainable future for the hospitality industry.

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