2023: Mondrian Singapore
Located in the Duxton Hill neighbourhood, the luxury lifestyle hotel will have 300 rooms and suites. The lower three-story building is a contemporary take on the famous Singapore 'shophouse' building typology with terracotta roof and colonial-style window shutters and housing the hotel's premier guest accommodations in loft suites. It is joined contemporary tower housing the majority of the hotel's guestrooms as well as a rooftop pool and bar and signature restaurant.
KēSa House | Singapore
Transformed of a row of shophouses conveniently located near Singapore's CBD in the heart of bustling Chinatown. A stand-out property accentuated by a striking Mediterranean turquoise exterior, the three storey KēSa House offers 60 'flexible-living concept' rooms and six international F&B outlets.
Lloyd's Inn | Singapore
Lloyd’s Inn is a stylish boutique hotel with minimalist interiors of raw concrete, which juxtapose nicely with the verdant lawns, trees and shrubs outside. The hotel offers a garden deck and mosaic-tiled dipping pool. Located off Singapore’s Killiney Road in a quiet residential area, Lloyd’s Inn is a short 10-minute walk to the shopping and entertainment district of Orchard Road.
PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Singapore
PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering is a large luxury hotel, located opposite Hong Lim Park in Singapore‘s business district, a few minutes’ walk to Chinatown and Raffles Place. Despite its busy location, the hotel is an oasis of calm partly to the four-storey, 15,000m2 sky garden.
Hotel Mono | Singapore
Built out of six remodeled historical shop houses, Hotel Mono is an all black and white (and a shade of gray) design boutique hotel located in Singapore's Chinatown. A minimalist's dream.
Wanderlust | Singapore
Retaining only the name of the original property, the new Wanderlust has undergone a complete transformation, merging old-world charm with essential modern-day comforts. It is housed in an elegant 1920’s building -once a school – and located in Little India, one of Singapore’s most vibrant neighbourhoods.
JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach
Housed in a mega retail, office, hotel and residential complex, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, formerly known as The South Beach, offers 634 rooms and suites in a pair of shimmering glass and steel towers, with architecture by Foster + Partners as well as Aedas, and interior design by Philippe Starck.
Raffles Hotel Singapore
This is the original grande dame, the Queen Mother of all luxury hotels in Singapore. In 2017, at the age of 130, she closed for a major restoration and reopened late 2018. There are three new classes of suites with redesigned interiors (Residence Suites, Promenade Suites, and Studio Suites), and an expanded Writers Bar. The famed Long Bar is the home of the Singapore Sling, a sticky sweet cocktail you have to try at least once as a rite of passage.
lyf Funan Singapore
The Ascott has opened lyf Funan Singapore, the largest co-living property in south-east Asia. It is also the first property under Ascott’s new ‘lyf’ brand, which the company says is “managed by millennials for the millennials and millennial-minded”. The nine-storey co-living property spans about 11,250m2 (121,000 square feet) in gross floor area, housing 412 rooms across 279 apartments catering to both short and long stays.
Hotel Soloha | Singapore
Located in the heart of Singapore, on the outskirts of bustling Chinatown, sits Hotel Soloha – a vibrant, new boutique hotel. The Soloha concept has been described by the hotel as “a call to the life-adventurers roaming in the urban jungle” who wish to “discover that sense of solace and aloha.” Design firm, Avalon Collective, worked alongside architect, ASOLIDPLAN, to deliver bold interiors and artisanal furnishings, featuring tropical-inspired artwork by local creatives.
Hotel Maxwell | Singapore
This hotel, the bigger Singapore sibling of Six Senses Duxton, takes on luxury with European design flourishes, unique local accents and interior designer Jacques Garcia's trademark style of flamboyance. Don't forget to visit the Maxwell Food Centre (across the road) for some of Singapore's best chicken rice stalls.
WANGZ Hotel | Singapore
This modern cylindrical, family-run hotel stands out in the middle of the low-rise Tiong Bahru heritage precinct. The lobby is compact but chic, with a recently refurbished designer lounge that’s open to the public for drinks. Wangz is an almost-perfect storm of quality accommodations, buzzy surroundings (Tiong Bahru is hawker fare heaven), and affordable rates.
M Social Singapore
The aliens have landed in Robertson Quay. This new hotel by Philippe Starck—king of boutique hotels in the '90s—brings his signature style, now aimed at tech-savvy millennials. The glass-covered building feels as futuristic inside as it appears outside, with red LED screens and gleaming silver high stools and tables. The breakfast restaurant has a robot that will cook your eggs.
Villa Samadhi | Singapore
Set on the fringes of a nature reserve, this hotel is a refreshing break from Singapore city life and those ubiquitous skyscrapers. The meticulously restored 1920s-era building has a genteel colonial look, with giant four-poster beds, wooden barrel bathtubs, and antique teak cupboards from Laos and Burma. Plus: It smells like the forest here and the soft chirping of insects is your playlist on loop.