Offering easy access to Singapore’s CBD and the city’s finest sights, these apartments can be found in the centre of the Clarke Quay entertainment district. The residence contains 1-bed, 2-bed and 3-bed apartments with designs inspired by the area’s Straits Chinese and Pernakan heritage.
With its clean streets, fast transport network and excellent rankings as a place to conduct business, the need for serviced accommodation in Singapore has skyrocketed. Although many new serviced apartments have risen in recent years, this development sets itself apart with its prime location and authentic décor. Nodding to Singapore’s unique history with woodcarvings and hand-painted ceramic tiles, the building sets itself apart with its unique design. The spacious rooms and wide range of complimentary services are designed to make your stay as pleasant as possible.
Facilities include free Wi-Fi, 24-hour security, housekeeping and laundry services, and a light continental breakfast on weekdays. In each apartment, self-catering is made simple with a fully fitted kitchen, modern bathroom and comfortable living area fitted with a 37” LCD television and stereo system.
With beautifully maintained gardens and a swimming pool and hot tub, this is the perfect spot to unwind after a long day. Or, you can work up a sweat – either in the complimentary gym or the sauna.
With 24-hour maintenance and guest services, you can rest assured that any issues will be swiftly taken care of. When you’re ready to spend the day in Singapore, convenient transport links will take you to the CBD, Marina Bay, Chinatown and beyond with ease.
Clarke Quay is one of the most desirable areas of Singapore due to its close proximity to both modern entertainment centres and cultural hotspots With Chinatown on your doorstep, you can spend your weekends exploring the sights, smells and flavours of the colourful streets. Visit the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple to immerse yourself in Buddhist artifacts and architecture, or simply wander the street markets and keep an eye out for hidden gems.
There is no need to leave Clarke Quay for entertainment, however. Boasting some of the city’s best restaurants and most exciting bars and clubs, you’ll find every option you need to entertain clients or go out with friends. With stunning waterside views, art galleries and museums, there’s also plenty to do in the day. Try Lockdown Singapore or The Arts House Screening Room for something different.
To soak in the best of Singapore’s sun and its colonial history at the same time, take a trip to Fort Canning Park near Clarke Quay Station. With colonial artefacts scattered throughout the park, there’s plenty to learn about the city’s history from within this park.
For easy access to the rest of the city, you’ll find yourself 9 minutes from Clarke Quay Station on foot. From here, you can get to Marina Bay or Orchard Road within 20 minutes.
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