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The Inn At Temple Street , Singapore

Rating - Boutique

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Welcome to The Inn At Temple Street , Singapore ~~~

 
Hotel Introduction
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Right in the heart of Chinatown, a gracious tradition lives on in The Inn at Temple Street. Singapore's heritage hotel. Occupying 5 beautifully restored shophouses along Temple Street, this Singapore hotel brings to you years of tradition in warm and generous hospitality, with modern luxury that is fresh and welcoming.

Preserving much of its heritage, the unique architecture of The Inn at Temple Street reflects the rich cultural traditions of the East. With a setting reminiscent of the Straits Chinese trading houses that once dominated Chinatown, The Inn at Temple Street Hotel Singapore exudes charm and character, promising the comforts of a Straits China home while you are away on business or pleasure.

It was as a labourer that one young Chinese migrant first started out here, carrying sacks of produce at the old harbour and later labouring for a spice trading company. With much thrift and toil, the late Kho Beng Kang became the region's largest trader of nutmeg, earning him the title "The Nutmeg King".

The sons of the late Senior Kho carry on the legacy as owners of The Inn at Temple Street. Today, the hotel, restored to its former glory, reflects the sentiments of the old spice merchant, depicting the typical trades of the early Chinese migrants who first settled here.

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Room and Accommodation
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The interior of the hotel has a historical feel to it with carved wood decorations and faux antique furniture. The rooms has Peranakan decor with dark blue flora print bed cover and curtain. The TV are mounted to the wall in front of the bed as to create space in the small room. All rooms are equip with coffee/tea making facility individual air-condition and electronic key card system. The bathrooms are in white and dark green tiles in antique style although all amenities like shower stalls and taps are thoroughly modern.

  • Air conditioning
  • Television
  • Radio
  • Direct dial phone
  • Mini bar
  • Hairdryer
  • Automatic wake-up call
  • Voltage 220v
  • Ensuite Shower
  • Room Safe
  • Minibar
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
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Facilities
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Dining

For inexpensive dining in Singapore, The Inn at Temple Street, Singapore is just the place where you can enjoy your staying with a heavenly pleasure. It ranks top among the Singapore Boutique Hotels.

This Singapore hotel provides dining facility with a small lounge and cafe area for refreshment and simple meals. Venture out of this Singapore hotel, one can find all kinds of local fares which are fairly inexpensive and within walking distance.

You can sample cheese tart, chocolate moose, tiramisu to durain well. Even the laksa, spaggatti ham or chicken as well as carbonara and chicken pie are all hot favouriate.

Lobby

The small lobby exudes an antique feel like a museum. Decorated with a large antique sideboard and old pictures.

  • Cafe
  • Lounge and Bar
  • Business Centre Facilities
  • Mail & Postal Service
  • Complimentary Local Newspapers
  • Doctor On Call
  • Conference / Seminar Facilities
  • Express Check-Out
  • Laundry / Pressing / Dry Cleaning Services
  • Tours & Airport Transfer
  • 24-hour Concierge & Security
  • Shopping Arcade / Retail Shop
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Key Attractions
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Temple Street is bound within the Chinatown Conservation Area. Nearby Pagoda and Trengganu Streets, famous for the wide variety of Chinese trade and colourful street scenes that change from season to season, will soon be turned into pedestrian malls.

Here you will find an enhancing web of curious backlanes and bustling streets teeming with shops selling quirky wares, strange-to-behold Chinese dried goods stalls and steamy, flavour-a-plenty coffee shops, amidst festivities that light up the streets in a medley of colours.

Experience the wonderfully rich, eclectic architectural heritage of the cross-culture of Chinese, Indian, Malay and European roots, expressed in the meriad of shophouse design that is the principal fabric of Chinatown today. Some of Singapore's oldest historical monuments such as the Sri Mariamman (Hindu) Temple, Jamae (Muslim) Mosque, and the Jinrikisha (richshaw pullers of old) Station Building are located here.

Chinatown with its blend of the enchanting old world and vibrance of contemporary Singapore is ever fascinating to both locals and travellers from far and wide. Inspired by colonial romanticism, many fine restaurants, cafes, pubs, tea houses and night entertainment spots have sprouted up along the sidewalks here, providing alfresco dining and exciting nightlife.

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Location
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Temple Street is bound within the Chinatown Conservation Area. Nearby Pagoda and Trengganu Streets, famous for the wide variety of Chinese trade and colourful street scenes that change from season to season, will soon be turned into pedestrian malls.

Here you will find an enhancing web of curious backlanes and bustling streets teeming with shops selling quirky wares, strange-to-behold Chinese dried goods stalls and steamy, flavour-a-plenty coffee shops, amidst festivities that light up the streets in a medley of colours.

Experience the wonderfully rich, eclectic architectural heritage of the cross-culture of Chinese, Indian, Malay and European roots, expressed in the meriad of shophouse design that is the principal fabric of Chinatown today. Some of Singapore's oldest historical monuments such as the Sri Mariamman (Hindu) Temple, Jamae (Muslim) Mosque, and the Jinrikisha (richshaw pullers of old) Station Building are located here.

Chinatown with its blend of the enchanting old world and vibrance of contemporary Singapore is ever fascinating to both locals and travellers from far and wide. Inspired by colonial romanticism, many fine restaurants, cafes, pubs, tea houses and night entertainment spots have sprouted up along the sidewalks here, providing alfresco dining and exciting nightlife.

  • Location: Central
  • 25 kms to the nearest airport (changi)
  • 3 minute walk to the nearest metro station (chinatown)
  • 3 km to the nearest station (tanjong pagar)
  • 3 minute walk to the nearest bus stop
  • 4 km to the nearest fair site (suntec convention centre)
  • 15 km to the nearest beach

Conveniently situated within the Central Business District, The Inn at Temple Street is a quick 5-minute taxi-ride / drive from Raffles Place, the financial hub; 10 minutes from the Orchard Road shopping and entertainment belt and 25 minutes from Changi International Airport. The nearest MRT station (Chinatown) is behind the hotel.

Central Business District (CBD)
(5 - 10 mintues walk)
- Anson Road
- Battery Road
- Cecil Street
- Collyer Quay
- Cross Street
- Maxwell Road
- Robinson Road
- Shenton Way
- South Bridge Road

Convention / Exhibition Centre
(5 - 10 minutes by Taxi)
- Harbour Front Centre
- Suntec City
- Raffles City
- Singapore Expo

Shopping Arcades, Mails & Centres
(5 - 10 mintues walk)
- Apollo Centre
- Chinatown Complex
- Chinatown Point
- High Street Centre
- High Street Plaza
- Hong Lim Complex
- International Plaza
- Lucky Chinatown
- New Bridge Centre
- Pacific Plaza
- Pearl's Centre
- Peninsula Plaza
- People's Park Centre
- People's Park Complex
- The Majestic
- Yue Hwa Building
Places of Interest
(5 - 10 mintues walk)
- Asian Civilisation Musuem
- Food Street
- Food Canning Park
- Heritage Centre
- Sri Mariamman Temple
- Esplanade (Theatres on the Bay)
- Lau Pa Sat Festival Market
- Merlion Park
- Boat Quay
- Clarke Quay
- Thian Hock Keng Temple
- Trishaw Park

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