Located on an island in the southernmost part of the Malaysian peninsula, Singapore measures 647.8 square kilometers and consists of 64 islands. Often called “the city of the lion” or “the Manhattan of Asia”, it is a city-state whose economic growth following independence acquired in 1965, remains a model for the rest of the world. Its extraordinary, even frenetic development, according to certain observers, has made this free port a commercial hub and an important center in the area of technology.
The success of Singapore has enabled it to become an ultra modern city while still remaining relatively traditional. We can find neighborhoods entirely devoted to shopping like the famous Orchard Road, as well as ethnic communities like Chinatown and Little India.
Singapore’s incredible ascension is based on four fundamental values : economic growth, security, cleanliness and materialism, all of which create a fairly well-balanced environment at the expense however, of green areas. Progress has nonetheless been made in this area with the appearance of more and more parks on higher ground.
Singapore is an effervescent city-state in total contrast with the typical Malaysian serene way of life. The favorite pastimes here are eating and shopping with a disdain for wasting even one precious minute.
Singapore is a hyperactive city with daring architectural projects and a constantly evolving business quarter.
The New Majestic hotel is a design Mecca in the heart of Chinatown, a quarter known for its well preserved traditional buildings. This boutique hotel with 30 rooms and suites, stands out by the presence of contemporary art and a totally modern look. The highly imaginative mixture of different styles and eras gives the hotel a trendy and very pop feeling.
The New Majestic’s owner calls this sense of freedom in the tone and the appearance of the hotel, chic heritage. The 1930s and the 1960s are both represented for example, in the vintage furniture and the choice of colors, with a white lobby designed bring out the originality of each space. Elegance is omnipresent however, since the goal is not total anarchy but a joyous blend of old and new, organized around a love for detail and design! The rooms therefore are all different in their arrangement and styles. The highlights of the hotel are its 5 rooms personalized by 5 great names from the world of fashion, theatre and cinema, with each one adding a special touch, assuring guests of a unique and unforgettable stay.
The combining of different eras is also present in the hotel’s gastronomy as the restaurant’s renowned Chef, Yong Bing Ngen offers guests a contemporary Cantonese cuisine associated with local wines.
The rooms are full of surprises. In one of them, the bathtub is in the center of the room, like an aquarium. In another, there are mirrors all the way up to the ceiling, and in still another, the ceiling rises to a height of 6 meters!
5 stars / Boutique hotel / Member - Design Hotels / Center of the city/ Chinatown quarter / Urban / Artistic / Contemporary / Design / Vintage / High Tech / Elegant / Baroque / Surprising / Non-conformist / Restaurant directed by award winning ChefYong Ngen Bingn with Cantonese cuisine, served under a glass ceiling with a view of the swimming pool / Lounge bar / Outdoor swimming pool with a glass background / Spa / Fitness center / Wine cellar / Limousine service
All year round
30 rooms and suites
From 300 €
Changi Airport (SIN) – Singapore
NEW MAJESTIC HOTEL
31-37 Bukit Pasoh Road
Approximately 13 hours
Approximately 8 hours
Passport (valid at least 6 months from date of entry)
No visa required
No vaccination required
English, Malay, Tamoul, standard Mandarin
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