The smart and stylish Naumi is a state-of-the-art boutique hotel, located within walking distance of a host of art, shopping, dining, and entertainment options in Singapore’s business district. It has 73 luxuriously-appointed rooms with funky furnishings and edgy mood lighting. Some rooms are designer-inspired, like the exclusive Coco Chanel and Andy Warhol suites. This intimate hotel also hosts an impressive collection of Singaporean inspired art pieces which embellish the walls of the hotel. To add to its edgy, contemporary feel, it has attention-grabbing phrases throughout the hotel. The centrepiece of the hotel is its rooftop infinity pool, which has spectacular views of Singapore’s skyline and a chill-out lounge bar. To go with its reputation of excellent service, guests at the Naumi are assigned a "Naumi aide” upon check-in, a sort of butler to cater to their specific needs. For their female guests, the hotel has an exclusive ladies-only floor offering them seclusion and privacy.
- The Naumi hotel is centrally located in Singapore’s business district, about 30 minutes away from Changi Airport.
- It is a stone’s throw away from the Suntec Convention Centre and the Formula One Track.
- Beautifully designed, boutique accommodation
- Magic glass panels on the bathroom that go from transparent to opaque at the touch of a button
- A dedicated ladies only floor with extra privacy and rooms offering special amenities with female travellers in mind.
- Complimentary Microsoft Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii consoles are available
- Naumi Hotel has a floor dedicated to ladies whereby they are given the priority to be housed on this floor
- The "Naumi aide”, kind of personal butler service
- The Naumi Angels nightly Turn down service
- The roof top infinity pool and lounge with beautiful views of Singapore’s skyline
- Experience shopping, art and culture in the heart of Singapore
- Enjoy a gourmet meal at the vast selection of restaurants around Naumi Hotel
- Have a night out in the many nightclubs and bars of Singapore
- Visit the Singapore Art Museum and the National Museum of Singapore