Singapore Tatler Homes - - EDITOR’S PICKS -

Stay at one of these new de­sign-cen­tric ho­tels on your next va­ca­tion. Sit­u­ated in neigh­bour­hoods brim­ming with in­de­pen­dent bou­tiques and vin­tage shops, these lo­ca­tions of­fer beau­ti­ful in­te­ri­ors as well as plenty of unique re­tail ex­pe­ri­ences


Lo­cated in the Nine Streets—the cob­ble­stone side streets con­nected to Am­s­ter­dam’s main canals be­tween Lei­d­seg­racht and Raad­huis­straat—the Pulitzer is a ho­tel set within 25 tra­di­tional 17th- and 18th-cen­tury canal houses that are lux­u­ri­ously decked out to make you feel like a mod­ern-day aris­to­crat. This neigh­bour­hood is also the per­fect place to shop for hand­made leather goods, sec­ond-hand clothes and vin­tage ac­ces­sories. pulitzer­am­s­ter­


Whitechapel in Lon­don’s East End was once the hunt­ing ground of the in­fa­mous Jack the Rip­per. Thank­fully, to­day it’s be­come bet­ter known for its out­door mar­kets (such as Brick Lane and Spi­tal­fields), retro fash­ion, arts and crafts, and de­signer chocolates. At the stylish apart­ment-style ho­tel Leman Locke, each unit comes com­plete with a kitch­enette, wash­ing ma­chine and dish­washer. The ho­tel’s prime lo­ca­tion makes it a great place to be­gin ex­plor­ing the ar­ti­sanal food stalls and indie bou­tiques around Whitechapel. lock­e­liv­


Of­ten com­pared to New York’s East and West Vil­lages, Chicago’s Wicker Park is a neigh­bour­hood of tree-lined streets and Vic­to­rian houses that oozes artsy cool. Stay close to it all at The Robey, a 69-room ho­tel in a 1929 Art Deco of­fice build­ing that was trans­formed by the Bel­gian de­sign firms Ni­co­las Schuy­broek Ar­chi­tects and Marc Mer­ckx In­te­ri­ors. The ho­tel’s sleek de­sign brings to mind scenes from a hard-boiled Amer­i­can de­tec­tive novel. ther­

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