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Our Inner City Supernova

Welcome to Naumi Singapore, a sky high sanctuary that blends effortless luxury with grounding tranquillity. Standing tall, our boutique hotel is a triumph in modern minimalism and stylish functionality. Artistic expressions set the scene in our designer spaces which include 73 spacious rooms, considered event areas, decadent dining and a rooftop that floats amidst Singapore’s skyline. For adventurers who appreciate both sides of the journey – local authenticity mixed with complete escapism, our inner city oasis is the place to be.

Your Luxury Oasis Is Calling

Amid the bright lights and must-see sights, Naumi Singapore is located where the city’s chic shopping precinct meets the buzzing financial district. Wander through Boat Quay, visit the National Museum of Singapore, and for a bird’s eye view of the Garden City, take yourself down Raffles Ave to the Singapore Flyer. If poolside exploration is a little more your vibe, soak in the panoramic vistas from our Cloud 9 infinity pool. Naumi Singapore is the ultimate urban hideaway, where you can comfortably explore from home, cocktail in hand.

Designed as a city retreat, we’re always on so you don’t have to be. Settle in and relax during your stay and enjoy our signature above and beyond Naumi hospitality that truly sets us apart. For work, rest and play, you’ll find yourself booking your next stay before you leave.

Introducing The Art

Art? That’s a man’s name – Warhol. Naumi Singapore showcases an array of artists and designers within the hotel. Creations from Tr853-1, Aiman & Olivier Henry make Naumi Singapore the playground it is. Find yourself sky high and in a luxury paradise retreat you won’t want to leave.

Trase Oner

Not one to play by the rules, Naumi commissioned graffiti artist Tr853-1 (Trase Oner) to bring the hotel’s façade to life. As one of the pioneers of the local street art movement, Tr853-1 explores the relationship and sometimes tension between artist and medium. Working in traditionally restricted spaces, Tr853-1 works with the idea of breaking away from convention. The exclusive spray painted four-story high mural, illustrates a 6-foot policeman pulling up a bright red, wheel clamped sports car. Reflective of the vigilant traffic wardens in the area, who ensure no one gets away with parking illegally along the (nearby) intersection. Tr853-1 piece is a stark contrast to the cascading vines of the Naumi entrance, much like Singapore a city of metamorphosis, Naumi is about blending the unexpected and seeing what awaits on the other side.

Aiman

A vibrant, smiling woman greets you come morning, afternoon and night when you walk long the Naumi Singapore lobby. The pixelated collage is made from three thousand short videos that play with the ideas of reflection and memory. The Day You Told Me A Story, created by one of Singapore’s most decorated, contemporary artists Aiman shifts with the day. Together the videos create the smiling woman, who reflects on her day which starts at 6am. An elderly group doing their morning tai chi, a woman walking her dog, the madness of morning rush hour and Aiman himself on his morning jog. At noon the woman’s day transforms, pushing her into the afternoon rush of living in a bustling city where work and leisure too often blur. Come 7pm the installation deepens into an indigo and rose scene percolated by Singapore’s night lights and familiar sights. The compilation of ordinary, daily scenes set to colour evokes a sense of nostalgia for visitors passing by to appreciate the nuances in everyday life.

Olivier Henry

Feel your energy rise as you venture up and down the Naumi hallways with Chakra inspired artwork from award-winning French photographer Olivier Henry. Playing with the idea of vibration and colour, Henry uses the illusion of movement in his prints on each floor of the hotel and within our Habitat rooms (/hyperlink to rooms). Movement is heightened by the vibrational, layered quality of the images achieved through lenticular printing. Lenticular lenses are used to produce printed images with the illusion of depth, or the ability to change or move when the image is viewed from different angles. Henry pushes this motion further with high contrast colours depicting a dancing woman that sets the tone as you move through each floor of the hotel.

All your burning questions

You will need to place a S$100 deposit per night for your stay upon check in. This amount is held as a deposit for potential charges that you may bill to your room. The deposit will be released after check out if no additional charges are incurred during your stay.

We accept all major credit cards and Singapore dollars. No cheques please!

While there is no parking facility within the hotel, we advise guests to make use of the public parking available along Seah Street or Beach Centre Car Park located next to the hotel. Please ensure that you have a cash card or parking coupons on hand! Charges are not borne by the hotel.

We can arrange for airport transfer. Do contact us to find out the charges. You can also check out Changi Airport’s guide on shuttle service here.

 

Trase Oner

Trase Oner

Designer and artist, Hayley Brown brings imagination to life. Creating the gold leaf, silk floral feature wall in reception is just the start. Her playful squiggle artwork threads our guest rooms together, creating spaces that simultaneously excite and soothe.

“I love creating emotive environments and atmospheres that evoke the feeling of the client’s brand and culture”

Hayley Brown

Designer and artist, Hayley Brown brings imagination to life. Creating the gold leaf, silk floral feature wall in reception is just the start. Her playful squiggle artwork threads our guest rooms together, creating spaces that simultaneously excite and soothe.

“I love creating emotive environments and atmospheres that evoke the feeling of the client’s brand and culture”