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5 Chic Singapore boutique hotels for the frequent flyers


09 December 2016

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Most of us would normally choose to stay at a well-known chain hotel when travelling since we’re most familiar with the aspects of a typical chain hotel. These days, many adventurous holidaymakers and frequent flyers are choosing to stay at boutique hotels, which often offer more privacy and intimacy when it comes to hospitality and atmosphere.

Boutique hotels basically provide a richer experience that caters personally to you in a more attentive manner. For connoisseurs of art, you’d definitely appreciate the artistic architectural design of a boutique hotel, with fascinating art pieces gracing every nook and cranny of the place. If you’re travelling to Singapore, consider staying at one of these chic boutique hotels for a unique experience:

 

New Majestic Hotel

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The New Majestic Hotel is a boutique hotel rich in local flavour that reflects the location’s heritage and conveys a strong sense of the olden days, mainly due to its use of colonial Singaporean furniture from the 1920s to the 1960s fused with a modern touch for the hotel’s interior design. Housed in traditional shoplots in Chinatown, the hotel features 30 individually designed rooms and suites that include a private garden.

Address: 31-37 Bukit Pasoh Rd, 089845 Singapore.

 

The Forest by Wangz

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For nature lovers, The Forest by Wangz is the perfect place to stay. The hotel took inspirations from the lush tropical rainforest, with a vast collection of specially commissioned nature-inspired artworks, vibrant sculptures and designer furniture adorning every room. The hotel offers flexible short and long term stays with fully equipped kitchenette for each room.

Address: 145A Moulmein Road, 308108 Singapore.

 

Hotel Yen

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Located in a warehouse and industrial district, Hotel Yen is decked out in with rustic iron and wood reflects the location’s heritage. The hotel is designed with subtle accents add a touch of vibrancy while wide, open spaces seek to create a community of like-minded people and travellers in a place away from home.

Address : 162 Tyrwhitt Rd, Singapore 207581.

 

Llyod’s Inn

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Staying true to its minimalist approach, Llyod’s Inn is mostly free from chaotic ornamentations and fussy furnishings. Giving an emphasis on spaces that honours the beauty of nature and raw architecture, the hotel features 34 guest rooms in eight different themes catering to different types of guests. Each room gives you the chance to connect with nature through its open-air shower, private garden and large windows overlooking the greenery.

Address: 2 Lloyds Road Singapore 239091.

 

Wanderlust Hotel

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Lust over Wanderlust Hotel’s modern and cutting-edge décor as you stay. With 29 rooms designed by award-winning Singaporean design agencies, the hotel’s quirky and whimsical-themed rooms feature styles that play on bold colour splashes and sleek materials. The hotel’s interior design is a stark contrast to its exterior, which still retains its old-world charm with an unchanged façade.

Address : 2 Dickson Road Wanderlust Hotel, 209494 Singapore.

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Written by Dayana Sobri

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