City Centre, Singapore
At a Glance
Super sleek and slightly quirky design that's ideal for couples visiting Singapore
Orchard Road, the main shopping district, is just a short stroll away
There's a fantastic in-house Indian restaurant called Table, a more affordable version of the same named restaurant at Raffles
There's a stunning roof top bar and pool
Best time to Visit
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Any time’s a good time to go to Singapore. Practically on the equator, Singapore is constantly warm (the temperature never drops below 20°C) and humid and gets fairly steady year-round rainfall. The wettest months are supposedly November to January, when it’s also a degree or two cooler, while the driest are supposedly May to July, but in reality there is little distinction between the seasons.
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Overlooking Raffles and surrounded by a bevy of restaurants, Naumi is a sleek hideaway ideally located in the business district of Singapore. With a roof top infinity pool, sharp attention to detail and just 73 rooms, we think it's a great option.
Brilliantly located, Naumi is a cool urban retreat with sleek rooms, affordable restaurants and a convenient location. Just a short drive away from the airport, the property is also surrounded by high quality places to eat, making it ideal for those who wish to explore Singapore at night.
With just 73 rooms it feels intimate when compared to the large international chains that dominate the city. Rooms are compact which is common in Singapore due to the lack of space, but they are perfectly designed. Think soothing cream and white tones, Egyptian cotton sheets, Malin and Goetz toiletries, Apple TVs and super slick bathrooms crafted out of quality materials.
On the rooftop there's a gorgeous glassy infinity pool that offers expansive views of the city. This is a brilliant respite from Singapore's steamy heat.
If you don't fancy heading out to nearby Raffles or Empire Cafe then Table, Rang Mahal's Indian restaurant on the ground floor, has been highly recommend.
Naumi isn't overly luxurious but it's cool, tasteful and very comfortable and we love the fact that it's a little smaller than other properties in the city.
There are 73 rooms in total that are small but beautifully designed with well thought out storage, sleek bathrooms and beautiful soft tones. The rooms are divided between Habitat, Patio and Oasis. Habitat is the smallest but more than adequate and very pretty. Patio is similar but comes with a small patio, and Oasis is the largest with a bathtub. If your budget permits, go for one of the suites. These are larger; two of which have been inspired by Coco Chanel, while the others celebrate more of a pop art theme. They are far more tasteful than tacky and all come with a bathtub.
We feel this hotel is better suited to adults than children; there are no specific facilities for children, however babysitters can be requested and it's definitely a good option for older kids.
There's a rooftop bar, an Indian restaurant as well as a gym.
Louise Brooks (Staff)
Naumi has a modern and trendy feel to it - with wonderful city views from the roof top bar and swimming pool. The rooms are very comfortable and have everything you need, including complimentary soft drinks and snacks. It is in a great location so is a great base for a couple of nights.
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Location & directions
City Centre, Singapore
Naumi is located on Seah Street, in the heart of Singapore's business and civic district. It is a 5-minute train ride to Singapore’s bustling shopping district, Orchard Road, and a short walk from the striking Esplanade-Theatres on the Bay.
How to get there
Fly into Singapore's Changi Airport (12-hour 45-minute international flight). Raffles Hotel is just 20-minutes from Changi International Airport, and easily accessible by taxi or by Singapore’s Mass Rapid Transit train system (stop at City Hall station).