Six Zany Boutique Hotels To Check Into In Singapore

There’s a world of five star hotels to choose from in Singapore and while we love our dose of luxury, how can we give a miss to colourful rooms, quirky decor and outdoor bathtubs {don’t worry, curtains are involved!}

We took a couple of hours out of our busy ‘touristy’ schedule to  visit some of these cool hotels, so that we can pre-book a stay for our next visit and save you the trouble of sifting through thousands of reviews to find yourself the perfect hotel.

Here’s a list of all the places we want to be sleeping at in Singapore.

Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust screams quirky the minute you walk in. The lobby is filled with barber chairs, a foosball table, magazines and lots of board games. This “play area” merges with the wooden well-stocked bar, giving way to a colourful dining area. Now you may be tempted to spend all your time […]

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New Majestic

New Majestic

The first thing which draws your attention at New Majestic are the chairs; the lobby is filled with them. And we’re not talking about the usual run-of-the-mill chairs. There are chairs with spikes, chairs with holes {not big enough for you to fall through}, and chairs shaped like amoeba. We weren’t […]

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AMOY By Far East

AMOY By Far East

Amoy Hotel has an unconventional entrance, where you have to almost jump over a mini ledge to get inside. It’s pretty discreet but gives way to a massive space with a large ship taking centre stage. When we learned that this hotel used to be a temple in the olden […]

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Hotel Vagabond

Hotel Vagabond

A shrub cut and shaped like a dog greeted us outside Hotel Vagabond and once we patted the dog’s leafy head and entered, we were faced by a gigantic golden rhino at the reception and sitting behind was a receptionist with an old school telephone and modern day laptop. The […]

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The Sultan

The Sultan

The name may evoke images of lavish royalty and this is exactly what you get at The Sultan. There’s pristine white everywhere and the marble-esque pillars and arches really make you feel as if you’ve been transported to the Middle East. The entrance to the rooms is marked by an […]

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Hotel 1929

Hotel 1929

This one’s great for solo travellers. With a tiny entrance on Keong Saik Road, 1929 is sort of a hidden gem. However, don’t go here expecting space for your six big suitcases. The rooms are modest and we recommend booking a double room even if you’re flying solo {if budget […]

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