Friday, September 5, 2008

New Boutique Hotel with Conservation Status

Singapore is struggling to add more hotel rooms as hotel rooms get snapped up. By the end of 2009, tourists looking live in exotic towns like Little India may do so when a four storey building that once used to be the Hong Wen School, then Buddhist Welfare Association is converted into a new luxury boutique hotel. The hotel will have 29 rooms in total and be dressed with a unique Theme for each floor.

This building was being awarded conservation status in 1989 so the ornate tiled facade will be a highlight for tourists wanting to get a feel of the local cultures of Singapore. The developers who also developed other conservation boutique hotels in Chinatown are confident that this new hotel will be a hit with tourists around the world, looking for an exotic stay in historical buildings and part of Singapore.

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