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TravelHotel Soloha Is The Latest Boutique Hotel In (China) Town

Hotel Soloha Is The Latest Boutique Hotel In (China) Town

Hotel Soloha Is The Latest Boutique Hotel In (China) Town
By Chloe Pek
By Chloe Pek
July 30, 2019
It joins the likes of The Keong Saik Hotel, KēSa House and Six Senses Maxwell in Singapore's Chinatown

Just when you thought Keong Saik couldn’t get any livelier, there’s a new boutique hotel to shake things up in this unique neighbourhood which fuses the old and the new.

Housed within one of Chinatown’s beautiful heritage buildings, Hotel Soloha already stands out with its contrasting white and cobalt blue facade. Step inside, and the hotel will surely make an impression with its neon jungle decor and vibrant art displays.

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The bar-reception
The bar-reception

Check-in is done at the bar reception, which doubles up as a social space where you can grab a pint or two with new friends.

Upstairs, 45 rooms across five categories—Standard, Superior, Deluxe, Loft and Suite—are outfitted for a cosy stay that feels just like home. The urban jungle aesthetic extends to the vibrant colour palettes in the rooms that's a nod to Singapore’s tropical climate, as well as playful artworks by local artist Ethrisha Liaw.

Social space at Hotel Soloha
The courtyard
Deluxe room with windows at Hotel Soloha
 

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Check into the Loft, which boasts high ceilings and a great view of the bustling neighbourhood, for a comfortable stay. Young couples will enjoy the Outdoor Suite, which makes for romantic moments under the stars on the private mezzanine. (Psst, there’s even an outdoor bathtub!)

With its close vicinity to popular lifestyle spots like Potato Head Singapore, The Guild, CruCycle and more, we can definitely see it becoming a trendy spot for both travellers and locals once it opens its doors in August.

  • Images Hotel Soloha

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