God's own godown
Riverside Robertson Quay
There’s nothing quite like The Warehouse Hotel, a converted colonial-era godown on the waterfront of Singapore’s vibrant Robertson Quay. These days the spices and silks are gone, but its industrial past is not forgotten. Machinery-inspired lighting dangles from black-iron beams in the triple-height vaulted lobby, while in the rooms, earthy textures of concrete and copper contrast with the sleek modern styling. Cool off in the glass-walled infinity pool on the roof, or with a signature cocktail at the bar. For dinner, book into Po, the mod-Sin hotel restaurant; its menu was created by chef-pioneer Willin Low, inspired by his granny, of course.
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