Are you ready for a visual feast? From the custom-made porcelain chandeliers to the marble patterned flooring, the impressive design of The Serangoon House, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel located in Little India, is inspired by the majestic Indian colonial era. Trust us, it’ll be a waste not to post a hotel tour on your Instagram and/or TikTok, so fish out your handphone and go trigger-happy. The best part? The breathtakingly beautiful design isn’t limited just to the hotel lobby.
A view inside the Royal Maharaja 2 tier suite
Once you’ve checked into one of the 90 rooms here, you’ll be surrounded by equally grand furnishing as well as exquisite and exclusive De Gournay wallpapers. Handmade, double-tiered canopy beds made by European artisans are also available in each room, so you can feel like royalty. The Serangoon House’s prices range from $200 Classic twin bedroom to $700 per night for a Royal Maharaja suite.
The lavish interiors may lure you into spending an entire day indoors but don’t forget to spend some time exploring the rest of the neighbourhood. From spices to sarees, there are plenty of things to explore here. Done with exploring Little India? Head back to the hotel’s GupShup and treat yourself to mouth-watering and authentic Indian fare from Delhi, Bombay and Punjab.
The pink-clad restroom of The Serangoon House’s GupShup restaurant is made for the ‘Gram
As for the extravagant restrooms in the restaurant? Fitted with clam shell-shaped lamps and sinks, eye-catching wallpapers and gold-tone taps, GupShup’s washroom has got to be one of the most stylish washrooms we’ve ever seen. You’ll find it hard to resist a mirror selfie here.
This article first appeared in Her World