Top Singapore restaurant group takes its first step into hotels

Lo & Behold has turned a vast heritage-listed godown into the airy, 37-room Warehouse

Singapore’s The Warehouse is housed in a heritage-listed building near Robertson Quay
Singapore’s The Warehouse is housed in a heritage-listed building near Robertson Quay

One of Singapore’s finest restaurateurs, a collective known as The Lo & Behold Group, has decided to break into the hotel business: The Warehouse (www.thewarehousehotel.com; from about £130) is deftly retrofitted into a vast, heritage-listed godown, which in the 120-odd years since its construction has been conscripted for use as a secret distillery, a gangland trading hub and, in the 1980s, the city’s most popular disco. The 37 rooms maximise every inch of space to airy effect: many have soaring ceilings and, in some cases, skylights; all have custom-built wardrobes and beautiful ikat textiles. The location – just across the river from Robertson Quay, which thrums with activity at night – is a USP in itself.

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