Vibe: Industrial chic
Area: On the banks of the Singapore River, right opposite the bustling Robertson Quay food and drink enclave.
The DNA: Set in a -you guessed it- former “godown” (or warehouse) from 1895 , the Warehouse Hotel is a stylish hotel featuring sleek industrial design – exposed brick walls, original beams, double height ceilings, acres of polished concrete. However the real standout is its commitment to local designers and artisans. The boutique sized property offers rooms in six categories, a lobby bar, and a rooftop glass-box infinity pool. The hotel’s restaurant “Po”, led by Willin Low has been voted amongst Asia’s 50 best.
Suite-Me-Up: There are 37 rooms in six categories, spread over two stories. If you like your digs with a voluminous ceiling, book a room on the upper floor. The queen of quirks is the River View Mezzanine – a split-level show-off with an iron staircase and reading library.
Seen: The Spaces
✅ free Wi-Fi • size matters: 37 rooms (27-57m2) (291-614 sq ft) • hotel opened: March 2017 • architecture: Zarch Collaboratives (Singapore) • interior design: Asylum (Singapore) • bathroom amenities: Ashley & Co New Zealand ✅ free on-site parking • no pets allowed • 24-hour front desk