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The Club Hotel in Singapore

February 21, 2011 by

The Club Hotel by Harry’s Hospitality is a 22-room luxury boutique hotel at Ann Siang road, one of Singapore’s most fashionable districts. Housed in a stately 1900’s heritage building, the 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 guest can choose between the Standard Club Rooms or more elaborate Signature Rooms. From Club to Signature, it’s likely you’ll want to spend as much time in the striking bathrooms as in the bedroom.
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 colored 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.


Club rooms are generously fitted out with king, queen or twin beds, a desk area and a sizeable bathroom. Club rooms have been designed to suit their location with a thoughtful seating area to allow for work as well as play. Club rooms are all non-smoking rooms, maximum 2 occupancy. The guest can choose King Bed, Queen Bed or 2 Twin Beds and connecting rooms are available upon request. Some features of the Club rooms are: LCD Flat Screen TVs with cable channels, individually controlled mood lighting, daily newspaper, daily maid and turndown service, tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary high speed WiFi internet, in-room safety box, fully stocked mini bar and hair dryer.


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. The amenities in Signature rooms are the same as Club rooms.


The guest can find food and drink facilities at The Club Hotel at: The Club Tapas for Spanish Tapas; Spanish Fresco Restaurant & Bar for delicious Spanish cuisine; Ying Yang Rooftop Bar for petit finger food; and Le Chocolate Cafe for chocolates, cakes, sandwiches and salads.


the club boutique hotel by harry’s hospitality 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.

Guests are flown from lobby to room by a flock of messenger birds bearing directions, resonating with a playful theme of friendly ‘messengers’, which is loosely based on the location’s popularity as a remittance centre for early Chinese immigrants. The theme recurs in calligraphy-style artwork adorning the bedroom walls, featuring a series of animals from humming birds, squirrels, frogs, carp, mice –inspired by ministry of design and individually hand painted by local artist, Wyn-Lyn Tan.
Other nostalgia-inspiring and conversation-starting pieces include an oversized statue of Sir Stamford Raffles with his head literally in the clouds – representing his grand plans for colonial Singapore. A series of historic wood carvings splashed in white provide visual provocation as guests enter the hotel lounge. Recreated traditional terrazzo flooring and antique pendant lamps also tell the story of the building’s legacy and the area’s heritage.
Evoking a sense of accessible elegance and modern authenticity, The Club Boutique Hotel by Harry’s Hospitality connects the modern traveler with the heritage of the location in an engaging and thoughtful manner, without harping on the irrelevant past.



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