Located on the edge of Singapore River, Robertson Quay is a thriving district that blends traditional Singapore with contemporary Singapore. Situated within proximity of the bustling Clarke Quay, Robertson Quay is renowned for its variety of excellent restaurants, cafes and bars.
Originally mud flats and swamps, the upper reaches of Singapore River began to be developed as Singapore’s population began to rapidly increase during the late 19th century. Warehouses and boatyards were constructed in both a Chinese and European style, rendering the area as a blend of cultures.
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The need for Serviced Apartments in Singapore has significantly increased over the past twenty years. Blending self-catering functionality with exceptional guest services for extended stay or short stay visits, guests are granted access to world class services. thesqua.re’s apartments have set the benchmark for quality in Robertson Quay, and were recently honoured with the ‘Best Service Apartment’ by Property in the HRM Asia Readers’ Choice Award 2016.
Designed to exquisite standards throughout, our apartments in Robertson Quay exude an effortless luxury. The chic living areas are spacious and comfortable; the kitchens, stylishly tiled, are fully equipped for home from home living; the bedrooms, resplendent in their serenity, contain ample storage; the bathrooms contain both bathing and showering facilities.
Our apartments feature complimentary Wi-Fi, 24-hour security, housekeeping services and a a concierge service.
Robertson Quay possesses the best of both worlds: while the area features the serene sights surrounding the Singapore River, the district is within walking distance of the popular night time destination of Clarke Quay. Famed for its collection of stylish bars and exquisite restaurants, Clarke Quay is ideal for entertaining business clients.
For something a little more traditional, you’ll find Chinatown where Singapore’s contemporary streets end. In Chinatown, you’ll discover vibrant colours, street markets and busy streets. The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is well worth a visit to admire the traditional artefacts and relics. Despite being the apotheosis of the modern metropolis, Singapore boasts a number of well manicured parks and green spaces, including Fort Canning Park and Gardens by the Bay.
As Singapore has risen as a global business superpower, the island has developed a reputation of possessing countless high end shopping districts. Orchard Road, Singapore’s most famous shopping street, contains an array of designer outlets, chic boutiques and everything in between.
Singapore’s MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) is the fastest and most cost efficient method of navigating the city. The extensive MRT network sprawls across Singapore, meaning that all of Singapore’s business districts and tourist attractions are easily accessible from wherever you are in the city. The closest MRT Station to Robertson Quay is Clarke Quay, which is located around 10 minutes away from our apartments in the district.
Visitors can purchase tickets for single trips, but there are more cost effective means of travelling around Singapore. For $10, you receive unlimited travel for one day: for $16, you can receive unlimited travel for two days: for $20, you can receive unlimited travel across the city for three days. Cards can be bought at the TransitLink Ticket Office at stations across the city.
Furthermore, Singapore’s bus network is equally efficient. The bus routes tend to run to areas in the city that aren’t on the MRT line.