May 8, 2017

Solden Stella: HD Photography of Hotel Premises & Facilities


Edited: May 8, 2017

Not all hotels are built equal. Then again, what do you desire in a dream vacation property? Is a cool blue pool a must have? Do you insist upon a wholesome gym to satisfy the fitness junkie within? Which genre of dining options excite you? This is where we step in. Through our unedited, un-PhotoShopped shots, we strive to provide essential previews of what a hotel has to offer in terms of amenities. Consequently, we hope to engineer more smiles than regrets. Access our ever growing collection of galleries (90+ with more than 3500 photos) with a single pass today. Time to get happy.



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Nov 24, 2017


Black Friday sale is happening at Solden Stella! From now till 27 November 2017, enjoy 40% discount off access to all SG hotel photo and video galleries-simply use the code SS_BF2017 during checkout:


Dec 28, 2017

Dear valued subscribers, we have finished constructing Video Vaults 11 and 12 containing 21 HD videos of hotel swimming pools, gyms, lounges, ballrooms and more. Pssst..... our entire collection now boasts 132 videos in all. Happy viewing! Solden Stella Raw HD Video Vault



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