The hotel was developed by Malaysian Federal Hotel Group, who sold it to DBS Land in 1987 for S$35 million.
It was renamed in 1990 as the Melia at Scotts after Sol Melia and a group of Indonesian investors purchased the building for S$69 million. At the time, it was the only hotel in Singapore to be managed by a Spanish hotel chain.
The Royal Brothers bought it in 1994 for S$106 million. In 1997, the hotel was again sold to Pidemco Land Limited for S$189 million, who began to demolish it in September 1997 to build a condominium, the Scotts HighPark.
It opened in 1988 as the Chateau At Scotts, and was managed by Federal Pacific.
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