Kaleidoscope therapy

The recently-opened Hotel Indigo Singapore Katong is reflective of the Joo Chiat neighbourhood it stands in. The Peranakan (Straits-born Chinese) design is evident upon entering the 131-room property, where the feature wall behind the reception comprises a collage of intricate Peranakan ceramic patterns.

Designed by renowned architects Ong & Ong, and multidisciplinary architectural practice Eco.id, each 30m2 guestroom sports a mural that depicts the laid-back lifestyle of the neighbourhood, juxtaposed with brightly-coloured Peranakan-inspired furniture pieces.

Each room also mirrors the structure and flow of a condensed Peranakan home, taking guests from the living room to the bedroom and through to the bathroom.

Facilities include the 24-hour Fitness Centre, the rooftop infinity pool, two meeting rooms and the all-day dining restaurant, Baba Chews Bar and Eatery.

Part of InterContinental Hotels Group’s stable, no two Hotel Indigo hotels around the globe are alike as they have been designed to reflect the local culture and history of the neighbourhood through its design and F&B.

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