Big reset for Singapore hotel industry as it welcomes post-Covid-19 recovery

(From left) A studio unit at lyf one-north which was launched in April, and 8 on Claymore Serviced Residences which was taken over by Accor. ST PHOTOS: LIM YAOHUI, SYAMIL SAPARI
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SINGAPORE - The hotel industry here is rejuvenating itself to make room for guests looking for new experiences, as global visitors return amid the reopening of borders.

Leading hospitality group Accor, for example, took over 8 on Claymore Serviced Residences last year and will unveil its first Novotel Living brand in Singapore at the property this month.

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