Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Naumi Liora @ Keong Saik Road

I love that they have a snacks bar!!

Checked into the Naumi Liora - Porch Room!

It was not as big as i thought it would be but it was pretty nice and clean! Plus the toilet looks really beautiful. I was slightly disappointed there wasn't a bath tub. :(

Did a ShopOhsofickle shoot at the Porch! :)

The porch was way bigger than i expected though! I think it's a great place for birthday gatherings with less than 12 people - but of course, it's a hotel so the noise level has to be kept low. Plus the price you pay for the space is actually quite low since it's not some 5-star hotel.

Naumi Liora is a cultural hotel (not a luxury hotel as what Naumi Hotel is) housed in an artfully restored heritage townhouse. The internal structure of the hotel is constructed to preserve elements of its heritage, whilst still offering modern design comfort. You can expect to hear footsteps on our wood-timbered floors, and that is all part of the cultural experience here at Naumi Liora. There is also a complimentary “Nibbles” corner at the lobby that serves up an assortment of old school sweets, biscuits, and ice cream. You may, too, visit the famed Keong Saik Snacks next door which is opened by a one-star Michelin chef, Jason Antherton, who has once worked for Gordon Ramsay. Their international breakfast buffet will only set you back by S$10/pax.

My favorite part of the hotel was THE BED. I had the most amazing afternoon cat nap before heading out at night to party.

What i like a lot about this place is the location! It is near town and also around the area, there are lotsa great places to eat at! For dinner, i went to MooJaa for Mookata! Which was only a few units away. :)

I personally prefer staycations at hotels which are more quirky and fun instead of Cultural hotels - maybe cus i'm still young! :D But i'm sure there are many out there who like Cultural hotels!

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