Located within the district of Chintatown in one of the most cultural and vibrant parts of of Singapore.
Each of the New Majestic’s 30 rooms is different, from the mix of vintage and designer furniture through to the customized baths. Room highlights include suites with private gardens, attic style rooms with loft beds in six-metre high ceilings.
The entry category rooms are fairly small, but the unique design makes up for its short-comings in size.
Originally built as Chinese shop houses during the colonial era of 19th century.
The Majestic Restaurant presents award-winning Chef Yong Bing Ngen, who delivers a fabulous Cantonese-stlye menu, a cuisine that he believes to be the most refined of Chinese regional cuisines.
It is quite rare to find swimming pools within smaller hotels in Singapore. So, to have a pool at the New Majestic, big enough to lounge and take a dip, is perfect when cooling off from Singapore’s humid climate.
Free Wifi in all areas of the hotel.
Breakfast is served in the Majestic restaurant, which serves a continental buffet accompanied with a hot breakfast menu. I became really addicted to the Chinese Buns.