No Plans For Good Friday Weekend? 4 Boutique Hotels For A Chic, Last-Minute StaycationReading Time: 4 minutes
Sometimes, spending the Good Friday long weekend isn’t about going crazy with your shopping and eating in Bangkok or Hong Kong. Relaxing and rewarding yourself can be done right here at home in Singapore.
Check out these 4 amazing boutique hotels to pamper yourself during the Easter holidays (or beyond).
M Social Singapore
Designed by famous French Designer Philippe Starck, M Social Singapore is the perfect harmony of creativity, humour and love. It is a stage dedicated for the creatives in the world.
If you’re a loft lover, you definitely can’t miss out on their loft terrace room. The tall ceilings and bay windows allows for the gentle sipping in of warm sunrays, providing you with the perfect environment to rejuvenate yourself after a long week at work.
M Social Singapore also sets up regular sessions for local artisans to conduct workshops and stage performances. If you’re passionate about art mixed with your relaxation, this is the place for you.
Redesigned from a temple, Amoy Hotel isn’t designed for those who simply want to catch a wink but to the select visitors who want to immerse themselves in the experience of the Oriental culture in Singapore.
The hotel is named after the Zheng Zhou people from China, and visitors are immediately greeted with artifacts that document the journey of early Chinese migrants upon entrance. Richly designed in an oriental style, the rooms are named after surnames of the pioneers who first arrived in Singapore.
More than just a designer boutique hotel, Amoy also prides itself for its hospitality. The staff make an effort to know the names of every guest. How’s that for a pampering?
Rabbit Carrot Gun
Nestled in the heart of historic Joo Chiat Area, this boutique hotel was originally a traditional Singaporean shophouse built in 1952. The way it looks outside belies its chic but simple design indoors.
Rabbit Carrot Gun currently offers three living options for those who are thinking of unwinding in the cultural district of Joo Chiat.
The Kubric Suite is what all travellers would want — quaint, spacious and eclectic. Adorned with warm linen and decoration, it takes you out of the Singapore bustle with cool colors surrounding you.
More importantly, Rabbit Carrot Gun also serves up delicious food in their restaurant at the first level of the hotel. And don’t worry about the noise: all the rooms have been sound-proofed.
So take a trip down to Joo Chiat this holiday and explore this beautiful cultural landscape of Singapore as you check into Rabbit Carrot Gun. Perfect food, perfect ambiance, perfect stay. What is there not to love?
Designed by an award-winning design agency, what was once a primary school is now Wanderlust Hotel, a mix of nostalgia and quirkiness for every guest. This hotel has 4 thematic levels, consisting of 29 rooms for travelers to choose from.
The Pantone rooms easily stick out for travellers who refuse to conform and want to live a colourful life (literally).
If you’re into pop art, then the Mono Room is for you. The room comes with 2D furniture drawings that blend seamlessly into the walls.
The Whimsical Rooms, located on the top floor, are for those who are looking for something a little more out of this world. We’ll let the photo below speak for itself.