Need to know
41, including five suites.
12 noon; earliest check-in, 3pm. Both times are flexible subject to availability, and luggage storage is available for guests arriving early or staying late.
Double rooms from $149.51 (SG$203), excluding tax at 17.7 per cent.
Rates usually exclude Continental breakfast (S$30 a person).
British absurdist artist Peter Millard curated the Salon’s art collection, Franck Le Ray sculptures gleam against the hotel’s red and gold backdrop, and all in-room photography is from owner Satinder Garcha’s travels, so just ask if you’d like to hear the background stories. All guests are invited to free 'Lady Boss High Tea' held daily in the Salon from 3pm–5pm. The hotel has a several extras for guests staying in Club rooms – that’s any room ending in ‘Club’, including free breakfast.
At the hotel
Free WiFi throughout and a mobile phone with unlimited local calls (and some international) and data use for your stay. In rooms: Smart TV, Roberts Radio, minibar, Nespresso coffee machine, Jacques Garcia-curated selection of in-room films, and Etro bath products. Some suites have kitchenettes with refrigerators and hobs.
Our favourite rooms
All rooms have a sultry French feel with vibrant and modern florals, thanks to interior design by Jacques Garcia. For perfectly lit Instagram snaps, go for a third floor Junior Suite; the skylight windows let in the most light. Those craving a relaxing soak should book the Vagabond Suite, which has the hotel’s only bathtub and a private entrance.
Bring your notebook and trusty pen to use at your carved mahogany writing desk when inspiration strikes, and leave room in your suitcase for some garb from Singapore’s up-and-coming designers.
Public spaces in the hotel and a guest room on level two are wheelchair accessible.
Sorry, but the only dogs allowed are the two topiaries at the hotel's entrance. See more pet-friendly hotels in Singapore.
Under-12s can share their parents' bed free, if staying in a Deluxe, Deluxe with Shared Terrace or Junior Suite category.