This design-led establishment brings the area’s rich heritage to life with the club hotel stylish blend of contemporary minimalism and antique, oriental highlights. The Hotel is jointly designed by award-winning ministry of design and home-grown Jane Yeo design consultants.
Double occupancy Club rooms start at USD $188 per night depending on season. Signature rooms start at USD $212 per night.
The Ying Yang Rooftop bar Reflecting balance and contrast, ying yang exudes a relaxed, loungey vibe and as the sun sets, the music will pick up a notch and the atmosphere at the scenic rooftop will charge up to evoke a livelier pre-party vibe.
Serves bar food and drinks. Le Tonkin French & Vietnamese Al-Fresco restaurant serves old world and fusion creations.
Choose between the Standard Club Rooms or more elaborate Signature Rooms.
Club Rooms have been designed to suit their location with a thoughtful seating area to allow for work as well as play.
Signature Rooms each sport a bold design feature, from fitted ceiling-to-floor wraparound curtains for complete privacy, to a bed framed by a pair of grand pillars adorned with traditional Chinese carvings.
From Club to Signature, it’s likely you’ll want to spend as much time in the striking bathrooms as in the bedroom.
Windows in every room let natural light flood in, while coloured mood lighting brings about a transformation at night. Sound proofed walls and windows guarantee an undisturbed and restful stay. Luxurious rainforest showers and thoughtfully placed electrical jacks (behind the bathroom mirror) ensure a thoroughly comfortable experience.
With Singapore on your doorstep you are spoiled for activities choices right on your doorstep of the swanky Ann Siang Road district.
The Hotel is jointly designed by award-winning ministry of design and home-grown Jane Yeo design consultants.
Paying quirky homage to Singapore’s colonial beginnings and the rich Chinese heritage of Ann Siang hill. The collaboration results in a stylish pairing of east and west, monochrome and colour and minimalist and oriental.
Housed in a stately 1900's heritage building, the Club Hotel brings the area's rich heritage to life with a stylish blend of contemporary minimalism and antique, oriental highlights.
"We love the designs in this room. We had some fun looking for all the hidden power points and appliances which were all so cleverly folded or hidden away under and around, which was part of the room design. The room we had was surprisingly spacious and we love the fact that you only walk 3 minutes to Maxwell Food Court which had at least a hundred different stalls selling all sorts of delicious local foods at bargain prices!
My only little gripe was, our room had some problems with hot water. After turning the shower on for 5 minutes and turning the heat onto maximum, the water was at most, a lukewarm. I love my warm showers too much to overlook this. Sorry." MJ, Malaysia
"I have stayed at the Club several times and return for many reasons, not least of all because its a bit eclectic and the rooms are unusual shapes and design, all decked out in Black and White as is the entire hotel.
Its in Chinatown in an area of old buildings and boutique restaurants. You don't want to stay here if you’re here for a few days shopping only. Its a small hotel and does not have a lot of common areas or big hotel amenities, but I return because its different and not the normal hotel room.
The only thing they cant together is hot water, the shower is inevitably just a tad off of bring totally cold. However having stayed in many different hotels in Singapore I return!" Bulu21, Bali, Malaysia