The Warehouse – Colonial Atmosphere


The Warehouse

The Warehouse, Singapore

The Warehouse Hotel was built in 1895 along the Singapore River as part of the Straits of Malacca trade route. Initially used as a spice storehouse, it later became an illegal distillery. At that time, the area was a hotbed of secret societies, underground activity, and liquor distilleries.

This former godown (3 warehouses) has been beautifully turned into a trendy boutique hotel. It opened in January 2017, and kept as much of the original structure as possible to give its unique industrial look, without neglecting the design. The architect team manage to give a cosy and elegant atmosphere, mostly thanks to the carefully considered lightning and materials used. It is found on the bank of the Singapore River in Robertson Quay, which is now one of the most fashionable districts of Singapore.

37 rooms and suites, some with a river view some with inside view, but most of them with a unique design and shape.

Pó Restaurant, a fine dinning fusion of traditional Singaporean cuisine and modern Chefs’ creations.

Lobby Bar to enjoy the amazing decoration while sipping a house cocktail; there are different sized pulleys to remind us the origins of the building and the dozen of hanging bulbs create pleasant lighting for a lounge atmosphere.

Private dinning room with a amazing wooden table for your private events.

Rooftop infinity pool


320 Havelock Road, Singapore

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