Clarke Quay

Historical building located at central of the city, 5-minute walk from Clarke Quay subway (MRT) station. Walking distance to Singapore River, Boat Quay, Clarke Quay where you will find a vast array of bars, restaurants and relaxing River Tours. Other major attractions such as the Chinatown, Merlion Park, Marina Bay Sands, Gardens by the Bay and Sentosa are also within the vicinity of our inn. Bus and train services provide quick and convenient access to shopping havens such as Orchard Road, City Hall, Vivo City and Bugis.


  • Fully air-conditioned
  • free Internet/Wifi
  • Free breakfast, tea, coffee
  • private lockers
  • electrical sockets & reading lights.
  • Mac computers
  • 24 hours emergency hotline
  • entire property is equipped with CCTVs for security
  • Common areas include bathrooms, toilets, and a cozy outdoor terrace where guests can relax, mingle with other guests and make new friends

MRT (Tube)

  • Alight at Clarke Quay MRT station and exit at Exit A.
  • Take the escalator up to street level to New Bridge Rd. Turn right and walk straight( cross a traffic light).
  • Reach Hongkong Street, turn right . We are at no. 38 Hongkong Street Unit 02-01

Airport Shuttle

  • Private airport transfer can be arranged by us at SGD9.00 per person, subject to a minimum of six persons arriving. For fewer than six people, the rate would be higher.
  • Alternatively, you could go to the Ground Transport Desk at any of the Arrival Halls for booking of the airport transfer by Changi Airport.
  • If you are traveling in a large group of 8 or more do let us know and arrangements for transportation can be made for airport transfers and to your event venue if you are here for an event.


Clarke Quay


Clarke Quay S Inn

Singapore’s HongKong Street cluster (right where Chinatown begins to merge with Boat Quay) is nothing like its namesake city, especially in the way of neon signs and loud locals. Instead, the once-quiet area – made popular in 2012 by the speakeasy-style bar 28HKS – is now teeming with lifestyle and F&B concepts waiting to make its own mark.

28 HongKong Street

The top 10 of World’s 50 Best Bars

Hidden behind an unmarked front (save for a tiny metal plaque), push open the beige door and be dazzled by the swanky interior of 28HKS. Inspired by the speakeasy bars that burst onto the New York cocktail scene in the early 2000s, this dimly-lit bar has for years attracted a discerning crowd with its sophisticated drinks and unparalleled service.

The Proof Flat

will stock a wide away of fine craft spirits

Though still in its pre-launch stage, this gentlemen’s den of sorts has already hosted exclusive salon sessions back at the Singapore Cocktail Week. Decked out in blue tufted leather sofas and hard wood flooring, The Proof Flat will stock a wide away of fine craft spirits (over 600 expressions), home bar tools, bar pantry essentials, and a library of over 300 recipe and history books for sale. While not a bar per se, bartenders will be on hand to answer questions and provide samples from the vast catalogue, including bourbons and ryes from the Willett family, Stiggins’ Fancy Pineapple rums, and mezcals by Los Danzantes.


The principles guiding Vasco

The principles guiding Vasco is every bit as sultry, colourful, and spirited as Latin culture. Head there with an empty stomach and you’ll find authentic Latin American dishes waiting for you: ceviches, empanadas, cubans, and rib-eyes – all generously portioned for sharing with your friends. Don’t leave without tasting the signature cocktails, made with only Latin American spirits such as Cachaca, Pisco, and Rum!

FOC by

Nandu Jubany

Dive into the vibrant sounds and sights of a Spanish kitchen at FOC restaurant, a collaboration between Michelin-starred Chef Nandu Jubany, Chef Jordi Noguera and award-winning mixologist Dario Know. Its open-concept kitchen creates a buzzy, interactive dining experience and offers a wide range of authentic Catalan cuisine – think Barcelona-style tapas, a great selection of wines and cutting-edge handcrafted cocktails.

The Kitchen

At Bacchanalia

Freshly awarded one Michelin Star, this small 36-seater restaurant is inspired by cuisines all over the world, dishing out the best and freshest ingredients (including from its organic farm in Cameron Highlands), great cocktails, and fine wine. Headed by Chef Luke Armstrong, The Kitchen At Bacchanalia is where you get to taste thought-provoking creations such as the Asian-inspired Hamachi Tartare and Hand Dived Scallop with black truffle and a soy-yuzu dressing.

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Clarke Quay