Vibe Hotel Singapore Deluxe Room review

Want to kickstart your staycation with good vibes for the upcoming weekend? This isn’t the same Vibe Hotel in Gold Coast or Canberra though.

Originated from Australia, Vibe Hotel opens its first hotel in Singapore. It’s conveniently situated beside Orchard Road, where you can satisfy your inner shopping and cafe-hopping desires during your well-deserved break.

Vibe Hotel Singapore is also the first Vibe Hotel to operate in Asia.

Vibe Hotel’s Deluxe Room review

The Deluxe Rooms are furnished in contemporary chic — neutral brown and grey tones, with a checkered carpeted floor, and minimalistic artwork. Cute finishing touches include a potted plant by the side table.

A unique feature of Vibe Hotel’s rooms is its open wardrobe concept, where you can hang your clothes on the racks instead of closed cabinets. Personally, I prefer this as you can air dry your used clothes. It also seems more hygienic.

There are a few television channels to browse. While there aren’t Netflix or YouTube, Chromecast is installed on their television, which allows you to stream your favourite entertainment from your phone, tablet or laptop directly to the big screen.

The bathroom comes with a bathtub, which means you should prepare a bubble bar or bath bomb for the ultimate bath spa experience! Love that they provided toiletries from O&M, an Australia grooming brand that uses native Australian extracts that are gentle on sensitive skin. Not to mention, they smelled really good.

Vibe Pantry

Premier Room guests have the option to enter the Vibe Pantry situated on the ground level, where you can enjoy unlimited snacks and drinks from their well-stocked bar. This is extremely convenient especially if you are craving for supper during your movie night.

Special mention to the pistachio cookies and Bickford’s traditional soda!

Main Lobby & Facilities

The main lobby area was pretty posh and grand with brightly lit lamps surrounding the reception desk. You also can’t miss the iconic Vibe “V” logo, which was a centerpiece staged in between the restaurant and reception.

The swimming pool is situated at the ground level if you’re looking to soak and refresh yourself. Though the pool was nothing too fanciful, I appreciate the fact that they provided really cute unicorn floats for the hotel guests. You can also head to the gym if you are ready to break some sweat.

Breakfast at ROOS

The names ROOS is derived from the word Kangaroo which originated from Australia. It is an all-day dining restaurant offering a range of Aussie-inspired dishes, barbecue-grilled meats, and Asian cuisine with a modern twist.

“Brekkie” is served at ROOS restaurant for $35 per adult and $25 per child (4-12 years old). Each brekkie set is served with mini pastries, yoghurt with berries, and a choice of cold/hot beverages.

Chef’s Brekkie includes scrambled eggs with crispy bacon, chorizo, shaved ham, mushroom, confit thyme tomatoes, rosti potato and sourdough. Meanwhile, the Brekkie Logs & Bagel comes with scrambled eggs, smoked salmon, grilled beetroot, roasted cherry tomatoes, fresh greens, and a bagel.

Lunch at ROOS

For mains, we had the Roos’ Mixed Grill ($95) which consisted of rosemary spring chicken, angus rib-eye and kurobuta pork chop. This is absolutely perfect for sharing if you can’t make up your mind on which main course to try. The pork chop was a slight let down, but we enjoyed the chicken and rib-eye in general. The portion was sufficient for 2-3 pax.

The star of the day was the Kombu Butter Tagliatelle ($16). Surprisingly really affordable and tasty, the pasta was so enticing that we returned to this restaurant again just to get our tummies satisfied with this heavenly dish. Kombu Butter is made of butter blended with kombu marinated in shoyu, dashi and other seasonings, and gives off a very rich and umami taste. I highly recommend this dish if you enjoy carbonara in general.

Vibe Hotel Singapore

Location: 24 Mount Elizabeth, Singapore 228518
Tel: +65 6738 1188

*This article is written in partnership with Vibe Hotel, but all opinions are of my own

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