Hotel Soloha, a 45-room boutique hotel nestled in the rich cultural neighbourhood of Keong Saik, is the newest bolthole for dreamers and adventure-seekers in Singapore.
Hotel Soloha invites its guests to embark on a journey of discovery. While retaining the old school glamour and charm of a shophouse, it prepares the expectant visitor of its artistic concept with a fresh, contrasting white and blue façade.
The forest theme of the hotel is emphasised through a 13-metre high painted art piece by local artist Danielle Tay installed in the lift shaft. The artwork, aptly named ‘Spirit of the Forest’, seeks to take guests on a journey of curiosity and adventure in a mystical forest as they ride the elevator.
For Josh Hu, founder of Hotel Soloha, it was his desire for adventure and creative expression that created the dream. He said: “The Keong Saik neighbourhood has been a characteristically distinct destination that appeals to both residents and the international jetset. We wish to be part of the scene and contribute to its character and personality, creating a vibrant technicolour dream space where guests would feel comfortable in.”
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