The Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) is a new addition to Singapore's Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system, which runs from the northern part of Singapore in Woodlands all the way down to the eastern part of the island in Bedok, providing a crucial transport link between these two regions of Singapore. The station will be constructed as part of Phase 4, consisting of 8 stations between Founders' Memorial and Bayshore, and is expected to be completed in 2024. The TEL line brings greater convenience to residents and visitors in the eastern part of Singapore. The Marine Parade station is right in front Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy, offering great convenience for visitors to get around the island. The Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy is located in Katong, a vibrant neighbourhood in the eastern part of Singapore known for its rich cultural heritage and delicious food. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll along the nearby East Coast Park, where they can enjoy a range of recreational activities such as cycling, rollerblading, and beach volleyball. Alternatively, guests can head to the nearby Parkway Parade shopping mall, which features a wide range of retail outlets and dining options.
Overall, the Thomson-East Coast Line provides a convenient and efficient way for visitors to explore the eastern part of Singapore, and the Grand Mercure Singapore Roxy's proximity to the Marine Parade station makes it an ideal accommodation for those looking to experience everything this vibrant neighbourhood has to offer.