7 Things To Know About Newly-Opened The Warehouse Hotel
Lo & Behold Group breathes life into an old warehouse by picturesque Robertson Quay.
01: Rich Heritage
The warehouse dates back to 1895, when Robertson Quay was a part of a sea trade route through the Straits of Malacca.
02: A New Venture
The hotel opened in January 2017, as hospitality group Lo & Behold’s first foray into the hotel business. The group is behind chic lounges and restaurants including Tanjong Beach Club, Odette, The Black Swan, and The White Rabbit. Pictured: Odette
The project was led by Zarch Collaboratives and the hotel was designed by local award-winning design agency Asylum, whose extensive portfolio includes fine-dining restaurant Iggy’s and luxury cosmetics brand Escentials boutiques. Pictured: Escentials Paragon boutique
All 37 rooms include elements of the original warehouse design, including double-high ceilings and industrial details.
05: Made in Singapore
The room furnishings are all locally sourced, including its minibar and decoration. Other decorative materials include traditional rattan and natural leather for an industrial feel.
06: View from the Top
The rooftop includes an infinity pool, where one can view the Singapore River and the surrounding heritage area of shophouses.
Image credit: The Straits Times
07: Eating In
Its restaurant, Po, features a modern Singapore (dubbed ‘mod-sin’) spin on traditional flavours. Its menu was crafted by chef-partner Willin Low, founder of mod-sin establishment Wild Rocket, ranked no. 38 in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016.