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Singapore’s first Design Hotel

Housed in a traditional conservation shop house located in the heart of Chinatown,
the New Majestic Hotel features an emphasis on strong design, local culture and
the Arts.

History is blended with modernity, international design with local inspiration
– presenting a cutting-edge product of our time.

From the open concept period-inspired lobby with restored vintage Compton fans
to the dramatic pool with glass inserts floating above the restaurant, to the selection
of period colonial furniture from Singapore in the 1920s-1960s, New Majestic Hotel is a
stunning and eclectic mix of heritage chic.

  • Singapore’s first Design Hotel

    Singapore’s first Design Hotel

    Housed in a traditional conservation shop house located in the heart of Chinatown,
    the New Majestic Hotel features an emphasis on strong design, local culture and
    the Arts.

    History is blended with modernity, international design with local inspiration
    – presenting a cutting-edge product of our time.

    From the open concept period-inspired lobby with restored vintage Compton fans
    to the dramatic pool with glass inserts floating above the restaurant, to the selection
    of period colonial furniture from Singapore in the 1920s-1960s, New Majestic Hotel is a
    stunning and eclectic mix of heritage chic.

  • 9 Singapore artists

    9 Singapore artists

    Local artists for a local hotel - New Majestic Hotel has collaborated with Asian Art
    Options to create and integrate an element of local Art into the hotel’s spaces
    through nine of Singapore’s emerging artists: Safaruddin Abdul Hamid (aka Dyn),
    Andre Tan, Lee Meiling, Heleston Chew, Tay Bee Aye, Kng Mian Tze, Miguel Chew,
    Sandra Lee and Justin Lee.

    All artwork featured are original, site-specific and fully-integrated into the spaces,
    working with the hotel’s unique room types. Each of the wall mural artworks has been
    designed specifically for the living space of the New Majestic Hotel room. Each of the
    wall mural artworks has been designed specifically for the living space of the
    New Majestic Hotel room.

    From upside-down anamorphic messages which can only be viewed when guests lie
    on specific parts of the hanging bed, to joyful pop art murals that are a sumptuous mix
    of Eastern and Western icons, to a giant goldfish mural floating in a room that plays
    with dimensions by situating the guest inside the tank, and scenes of nostalgia from
    bygone Singapore, each of the art works in the hotel has been carefully selected to
    complement the Majestic room experience.

  • 5 design concept rooms

    5 DESIGN CONCEPT ROOMS

    As a highlight within the hotel, New Majestic also features five room personalized by
    top creative individuals from unique disciplines. Each of the personalities have been
    given free-rein over their individual rooms – from flooring selection, to colour of walls,
    and personalized interior decoration. These special concept rooms are a tribute and
    showcase of Singapore’s creativity and design vision to international media and
    visitors.

    The five room designers are:

    Wykidd Song | Room: Fluid
    (Fashion Designer, and one half of dynamic duo Song+Kelly21)

    To transform the rigid square lines of the room into a modern uid swirl of a space...

    Theseus Chan | Room: Work
    (Graphic Designer, WORK)

    This unusual plywood-covered room gives a new definition to ‘living in a box’.

    Glen Goei | Room: Wayang
    (Film & Theatre Director)

    From the red silk walls to the customized calligraphy panels, Glen’s room is inspired by
    legendary Chinese film-director Zhang Yimou’s movies such as Raise the Red Lantern
    and Judou.

    Patrick Chia | Room: Untitled
    (Furniture Designer, Squeeze designs)

    Stylish and serene, the cement-clad room styled by Patrick Chia is designed to be a space
    that an international traveller would wish to live in. With Patrick’s signature whimsy
    and detail, this is a room that pays tribute to modern classic European design.

    Patrick Chia is designed to be a space that an international traveller would wish to live in. With Patrick’s signature whimsy and detail, this is a room that pays tribute to modern classic European design.

    Daniel Boey | Room: The Pussy Parlour
    (Fashion Show Producer)

    The most extravagant and outrageous room in the hotel features fuchsia and turquoise
    accents, French chandeliers, a striking brass bed, neon lights and mirrors. Designed to
    be a fashionista’s playpen, the room is an over-the-top party-den inspired by the photography of celebrity lensman David Lachapelle.

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