A design hotel in an industrial warehouse
The Warehouse hotel is located in the Havelock Road area on the banks of the Singapore River.
The Warehouse is a former spice warehouse dating back to 1895. The Singaporean hotel group The Lo & Behold Group, which owns the hotel, commissioned Singapore-based architecture studio Zarch Collaboratives and interior design studio Asylum to convert the place into a hotel.
Opened in 2017, The Warehouse is a landmark that reflects the original building’s industrial history and the country’s culture. The Warehouse occupies a trio of gabled buildings with a brick wall, with roof trusses and a black metal door that have been preserved. The large lobby sets the tone with its grey tile flooring, a white ceiling with cog wheels and light bulb hangers, a black metal staircase, a ribbed reception counter, a long black marble bar, brown leather sofas, chairs with metal legs, black leather seating, and a mid-century style green chair set.
The hotel has 37 rooms, also designed in an industrial style, spread over two floors and divided into six categories. Each room is decorated in taupe and muted grey tones, with its original windows and beams, wooden floors, a collection of black and gold metal-framed furniture, Polygon armchairs from Prostoria, Flos floor lamps, and coffee cups designed by a local ceramist. The bathrooms are separated by a sliding partition in gold glass. The bathrooms have either rain showers or bathtubs, marble vanity sinks, and Ashley & Co. products.
The hotel’s restaurant, Pó, serves Singaporean dishes with a modern touch. The hotel has an infinity pool overlooking the nearby river.
Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, The Warehouse is a warm place with a sophisticated feel.
We love The Warehouse for:
Large lobby lounge
Double room from 186 € per night during low season.
Extra charges for breakfast.