“The art-filled Vagabond Club, with its own “whiskey library,” offers 41 intimate rooms in the heart of Little India and Kampong Glam.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Singapore.
The Vagabond Hotel is an arty and glamorous five-star boutique hotel that is located at the heart of Singapore’s Central Heritage District, just three kilometers away from the Singapore National Gallery and six kilometers away from Singapore Botanic Gardens. The hotel is a 13-minute walk from the closest metro station, and it is in the vicinity of Bugis Junction, Raffles Hotel, Atlas bar, Serangoon, and Haji Lane.
The Vagabond Hotel has 41 beautifully luxurious rooms that have assorted décor and provide guests with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, minibars, and Nespresso machines. The club rooms of the hotel have access to a private lounge with free snacks and breakfast. Some rooms have common courtyards, and suites add sitting areas and kitchenettes. Suites those have been upgraded come with pull-out sofas and living rooms.
The Vagabond Hotel’s chic restaurant provides breakfast, and there is a fashionable bar that hosts live events regularly with a performance by the resident artists of the hotel.
The interior of the hotel has been designed by Jacques Garcia, and it is a piece of art when it comes to the decors, design, and aesthetics. The hotel has one of the most celebrated whiskey bars in the world that has a collection of 1000 bottles of whiskeys, and the Whiskey Library provides whiskey connoisseurs with a great experience.
The hotel has an expansive salon with an area of more than 5,000 square feet by the name of The Vagabond Salon that offers guests with a great and warm atmosphere to up to 250 guests.