There are many people who love the legendary Marina Bay Sands and Raffles in Singapore. But they are not the only notable hotels in Singapore.
Here are 7 beautiful boutique hotels in Singapore that you will never want to leave.
7 best boutique hotels in Singapore
Pictures of 19th-century warehouses along the riverbank have been included in one of Singapore‘s most stylish hotels. You will find original industrial details like beams, gable roofs, but the rest is elegantly created. Natural accents, such as leather-lined tables, rattan armchairs and ikat-patterned linens in the living room There is an infinity pool on the quiet terrace.
Past and present unite at Po, the restaurant within the Warehouse Hotel, serves Singaporean cuisine along with special teas and craft cocktails both classic and modern.
Six Senses Duxton
From the sorrowful appearance, Six Senses Duxton at the hands of Anouska Hempel has become a charming hotel on Singapore. In fact, no two of the 49 rooms here are identical. They share only a few things in common such as Chinese style details (chinoiserie), black and white palette, while others may have four-poster beds and mother-of-pearl inlaid cabinets. In other words, you won’t find Six Senses’ signature resort aesthetic here. Including no spa. If you want, you must find the “sister” Six Senses Maxwell.
However, the brand’s sustainability commitment remains intact. The water is clean and the soap is handmade. Yellow Po restaurant is eye-catching with bold dishes, more fond of street food. The famous Maxwell Food Center is 10 minutes’ walk away.
Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong
Singapore’s charming Katong neighborhood is the perfect base for this picturesque retreat. Here, rooms are all geared towards immersing themselves into the surroundings with batik cushions, colorful bathroom tiles and artist Don Low’s hand-painted murals showing local life. There is also a rooftop swimming pool to relieve the hot days.
Although there are few amenities, the restaurant is very good food. Baba Chews Bar and Eatery serve delicious modern Singaporean dishes such as redang spicy beef ribs and ayam buah keluak, typical dishes with rich chicken stew thighs, attracting a large number of customers every day.
Naumi Hotel Singapore
Although the address is located in the central business district (Central Business District), this 73-room hotel is full of fresh breath. Divided into areas such as Habitat and Oasis, the rooms are arranged clean, small but peaceful. They use wooden details, Egyptian linen, beauty and personal care Malin + Goetz, even an independent bath and private patio in large rooms.
Need more space? Go to the hotel’s bar to drink coffee (daytime) or whiskey (nighttime). Or better yet, the infinity pool on the rooftop and stunning views of Singapore.
Famous French designer Jacques Garcia (who is behind the design of NoMad Hotel, New York) brought Vagabond Club to Singaporean life. It was really a feast of color and hearty art. Life-sized animal sculptures in the lobby, covered with red velvet in a restaurant, dark wood paneling and Chinese screens in 42 rooms.
Vagabond Club also invites poets, painters, writers and performers to share and interact with guests. Then the evening will start with a cocktail from the bar before the show starts.
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Speaking of charm, this 20-year-old building features a striking design with a range of designers including Karl Lagerfeld, who brought a lot of French culture to it. In the room, you will find round chairs, wooden floors, chandeliers drop from the ceiling and street art – portraits of Napoleon between the scenery of Singapore’s streets and the city map carved on the board.
Although the Xperience restaurant serves Eurasian cuisine as well as high-class tea, the real highlight is the golden tiled rooftop pool. It is a perfect place to admire the Singapore panic scene.
The lush green residential area further emphasizes the monochrome beauty of Lloyd’s Inn. Here, you only find 34 modern, clean and airy rooms with lots of open spaces. Small natural surroundings – potted plants, black-framed windows overlooking the garden – add energy and color. Right in the secluded garden, you will find a small soaking pool.
This place is quite quirky and has some limitations, but those who come here are all for the design. If you are one of them, you will overcome disappointment and be completely comfortable with your trip here.