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The Clan Hotel Singapore oozes modern sensibilities for the city traveller

Far East Hospitality has a new modern luxury hotel up its sleeve, and it’s none other than The Clan Hotel Singapore.

Now, The Clan Hotel Singapore isn’t your typical hotel: it’s rethinking what luxury means to a new generation of experience-driven travellers. Here, expect guest touchpoints and services that tell the stories of the vicinity and local culture, all crafted by hotel associates with a passionate understanding of local history and with the support and contribution of local subject experts which leads to The Clan Collective – a programme and network comprising a varied group of local craftsmen, artists and influential figures, who are widely regarded as keepers of culture and heritage in Singapore.

Their contributions amplify the stories of community and culture within the grounds of the hotel: from invoking a sense of space through the hotel lobby artwork to outfitting The Clan Keepers to the curation of an all-hawker-fare in-room dining menu and producing a locally brewed craft beer with a story to tell.

If you’re wondering about the location, The Clan Hotel Singapore is nestled in the charming Chinatown neighbourhood, just across the street from Telok Ayer station, making it minutes away from cultural sites, commercial buildings and our personal favourite: a whole slew of mouthwatering restaurant options to choose from.

The Clan Hotel Singapore offers carefully curated touchpoints and services that will unveil stories of the vicinity and local culture. It brings to the fore the history of clans around Amoy Street, where our forefathers helped Chinese settlers make Singapore their home
Mr Arthur Kiong, Chief Executive Officer of Far East Hospitality Management.

A calming tea ceremony awaits upon arrival at the hotel lobby, which includes a refreshing cup of Nanyang tea and a Tau Sar Piah, a local traditional pastry. If you’d like to head straight to your room after, self-check-in kiosks and mobile contactless check-in options are also available.

The 30-floor bronze skyscraper is home to 324 rooms across three room categories—Grand Premier, Premier and Deluxe rooms, of which the former two are part of the hotel’s very own MASTER Series.

Guests of the MASTER Series will be can also experience personalised services (subject to additional charges) like airport check-in, luggage forwarding and luxury airport transfers from a fleet of elegant Mercedes and regal Rolls-Royce cars.

Welcome Amenities

MASTER Series room guests can opt for a private in-room check-in experience along with a personalised orientation of the hotel, exclusively arranged for by The Clan Keeper. The Clan Keeper also provides concierge services such as personalised shopping and a local precinct tour, amongst many others.

Besides these additional services, MASTER Series room guests will be entitled to an all-day breakfast spread to be enjoyed in-room or at the hotel restaurant, luxurious bath amenities with a selection of nourishing essential oils and aromatic salts for an in-room spa experience, and a relaxing turndown service daily.

Terrace on Level 4

The neighbourhood may be replete with countless dining options, but if guests aren’t too keen on heading out, they’ll be able to curb their hunger pangs at QIN Restaurant and Bar, an all-day dining concept by TungLok Group. The modern locale, dressed with breathtaking floor-to-ceiling windows, is located on Level 4 and 5 of the hotel.

Here, feast on re-invented Asian classics like the Siphon Mushroom Tea, Chilled Crab Salad and ‘San Mein’. Fancy a nightcap? A range of cocktails and a selection of over 60 wines await at the restaurant’s mezzanine bar.

The Clan Daily Special, an intimate dinner experience curated in partnership with local hawkers, is exclusively available to guests of the MASTER Series rooms from 6pm to 8pm daily.

Fitness enthusiasts aren’t neglected here: The Clan Hotel’s Sky Gym is decked out with modern equipment, a traditional Wing Chun wooden dummy for those into kungfu, as well as a Fitness-on-Demand personal training service for guests to book.

Hankering for a swim? Take a dip at the hotel’s Sky Pool, located on the top floor of the building. Here, tread through the water amidst a stunning bird’s eye view of the heritage district or on any one of the semi-submerged lounge chairs.

Can’t wait to book a stay? The Clan Hotel Singapore is introducing an Opening Special for stays between now to 31 May 2021. Guests can enjoy a special rate at S$588 nett for a one night stay in MASTER Series Premier Room, complete with inclusions such as breakfast for two at QĪN Restaurant, customisable in-room refreshments, a local precinct tour experience led by The Clan Keeper and a one-way limo transfer. This special offer also includes a complimentary second-night stay and a S$100 voucher for their next stay at either Oasia Hotel Downtown, Orchard Rendezvous Hotel or The Barracks Hotel (valid for redemption from 1 May to 23 December 2021).

All images credited to The Clan Hotel.

The Clan Hotel Singapore
10 Cross St, Singapore 048417
The Clan Hotel Singapore oozes modern sensibilities for the city traveller

Jocelyn Tan

Senior Writer

Jocelyn Tan is a travel, food and design writer who loves to explore lesser-known cities abroad and chat with locals about their favourite eats in town. When she's not writing, she's probably indulging in serial killer podcasts or reading one too many books on East Asian history.


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