From table flower arrangements to the titles on the bookshelf that served as a backdrop for the first tete-a-tete between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, no detail was too small for the team at Capella Singapore when it came to ensuring the historic meeting would go smoothly - at least on its end.
The hotel played host to what many have dubbed the "meeting of the century" on Tuesday, and what made an already challenging task even more difficult was that the hotel was given only about three weeks for an event that would normally take months of preparations.
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