- Since its opening in 1997, this boutique hotel has possessed decor reminiscent of the Straits Chinese trading houses of yesteryear. The ambiance within this five-storey building is beautifully dignified. The owners (sons of the late Kho Beng Kang, known to many as "The Nutmeg King") obviously take pride in their cultural heritage, although this sentiment is never overbearing. The hotel occupies five restored shop-houses along Temple Street and is the perfect spot from which to explore the rich traditions of Singapore's Chinatown.
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I thought the hotel was in an excellent location right in the heart of Chinatown with lots of fantastic food venues that were clean and served beautiful food, I can't wait to go...
- posted on 11.23.12
- by Margaret B
Hotel with a difference
This hotel is actually the upper rooms of a row of Chinese shophouses. The location is in the heart of Chinatown with the MRT only a short walk away. The rooms are small but clean and...
- posted on 11.05.12
- by SimmyTaipei
Nice mid-range place, great location, service could be better
The Inn is amazingly well located in Chinatown, right near the MRT and markets, which is probably the biggest drawcard. The rooms are small but clean and nice and the bathroom is good....
- posted on 10.21.12
- by eaker_face
- Highly Recommended 2010
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- 36 Temple Street
- Singapore 058581
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