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Klapsons The Boutique Hotel

About: As guests step through the glass doors of Klapsons, Singapore’s newest boutique hotel, the combination of 5-star luxury and a unique sensitivity towards contemporary design is immediately apparent. William Sawaya of Sawaya & Moroni spearheaded the design team and the results are sensational. Klapsons The Boutique Hotel attempts to revise the face of both business and leisure travel to Singapore by affording a quiet sophistication and a subtle sense of luxury joined with a sincere functionality.

Sawaya has carefully given each guestroom at Klapsons an individualised design identity so that no two are alike. The custom-made guestrooms aim to bring a unique experience, new comforts and new indulgences to distinguish every stay at the innovative hotel. The element that does unite the guestrooms is without a doubt the opulent pampering ranging from Egyptian cotton sheets and goose down bedding, to Wi-Fi and a Nespresso machine. The Sleeping Rhino, Klapsons 1st floor restaurant, features down to earth western cuisine infiltrated with contemporary elegance. Also on hand are an alfresco bar and a lounge, one beyond The Sleeping Rhino’s floor-to-ceiling windows and the other just a floor above. Subtle yet suitable for the savviest, Klapsons brings a new frontier in hotel ideology to Singapore’s Central Business District.


Rooms available: 17

The hit to your pocket: From $340 to $550 per night

Why we love The Klapson Hotel: By just walking into their lobby, you can already tell you’ll love what they have to offer. This hotel boasts a high level of luxury that is hard to top – the reception is in a big, shining sphere!



15 Hoe Chiang Road
Singapore 089316


Contact number: +65 6521 9000

Website: http://www.designhotels.com/hotels/asiapacific/singapore/singapore/klapsons


Images courtesy of Klapsons The Boutique Hotel



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