In the heart of Tanjong Pagar, a gracious tradition lives on. With a facade reminiscent of the Straits Chinese trading houses that once dominated this area of Singapore, the interior of Berjaya Hotel evokes an understated elegance of days long past, welcoming guests to the comforts of a Colonial residence.
Singapore, located in the heart of fascinating Southeast Asia, also aptly known as "Lion City", is a dynamic metropolitan with a harmonious blend of culture, arts and modern architecture. For centuries, Singapore is a bridge between the East and the West and continues to embrace the tradition and modernity today.
Crown as one of the hotels of distinction in Asia in the 'Orient Express' magazine, the 48-room Berjaya Hotel Singapore in the heart of Chinatown is a tribute to the elegance and opulence of the colonial era; serving the modern features and amenities of a boutique hotel yet maintaining the personal warmth and comfort of a home.
Maintaining the façade of the Straits Chinese trading house, Berjaya Hotel Singapore's interior reflects modern and elegant furnishing. From the warm glow of the chandeliers to the glazed windows in the elevator to the spiral staircases in the Duplex Suites to the double glazed French windows within Berjaya Hotel Singapore, these details undoubtedly add character to each exquisite room and suite.
With close proximity to central bisiness, financial and commercial areas, Tanjong Pagar has been transformed into a delightful enclave of shops, restaurants, pubs and galleries, which are all within a stone`s throw of the hotel. With a facade reminiscent of the Straits Chinese trading houses that once dominated this area of Singapore, the interior of Berjaya Duxton Hotels, Singapore evokes an understated elegance of days long past, welcoming guests to the comforts of Colonial residence.
Due to its location and pricing, it is an experience in itself to stay in one of these refurbished shop houses. Chinatown is about 10 minutes walk away and there is no shortage of night life from the pubs around. The hotel occupies former shop houses built before the second world war in typical Chinese style design but immaculately restored to its former splendour. The surrounding is quaint and served by a busy narrow street lined with upmarket offices and pubs.