Immerse yourself in a warm sanctuary of comfort at Naumi Liora at Keong Saik Road, Singapore where 79guest rooms have been uniquely designed to combine contemporary design philosophies with elements of heritage chic.
The buildings that make up the hotel’s terrace were designed by Westerhout & Oman, a leading architectural firm in the olden days. Step foot onto the imported Victorian encaustic floor tiles, set in the five-foot way veranda in front of the hotel’s entrance. Typically used for upmarket residences, the entire street frontage of the hotel was originally paved with these foreign imports.
Adorning our very unique Singapore hotel are gorgeously detailed and carefully conserved neo-classical wall carvings while the building itself boasts of a traditional Chinese townhouse structure and vestigial Chinese elements that remain.
While Keong Saik Road, a street rich in history and heritage, was laid out in the 1920s but it did not receive its name until 1926. Today this area has evolved into a precinct with heritage stories to tell and eclectic mix of food and beverage and indie boutiques.
Chinese double-leaf doors and bat reliefs interact with contemporary furnishings and modern amenities that further stylize and enhance your heritage hotel experience.
Unique to Naumi Liora are also mini figurine sculptures by local artist/sculptor KY Huang, found around the hotel in their various states of work and play – reminiscent of Chinatown’s illustrious past as well as the more vibrant environment that Naumi Liora presents.
“Liora” means “my light” in the Hebrew language. As the name suggests, Naumi Liora hopes to be the glowing lamp that guides travellers back into its reassuring and warm embrace at the end of a long day. At night, Naumi Liora comes alive with light projections that highlight its unique architectural qualities, illuminating one’s senses.