If you must get in trouble, do it at the Vagabond.
Housed in a 1950s heritage Art Deco building, hôtel vagabond is Singapore’s leading luxury boutique hotel. Designed by the world-renowned French designer Jacques Garcia, it offers a unique art-inspired experience and genuine old world hospitality. Located near the heritage zones of Kampong Glam and Little India, hôtel vagabond is mere minutes from the Central Business District and key attractions like Marina Bay and the Singapore River.
An embodiment of Jacques Garcia’s design philosophy “all things in excess”, hôtel vagabond Singapore is a sensuous playground for the high-spirited, the mischievous, and the fun loving.
With the firm belief that art needs to be dynamic and in conversation with the society around it, hôtel vagabond is committed to creating an environment where artists can share their work, inspire and be inspired by the public. This experience-driven art hotel is not just another place to spend the night, but a lush and decadent setting where all guests can create lifelong memories.
Conveniently situated for both business and leisure travelers in Singapore’s Central Heritage Districts, hôtel vagabond is just minutes away from the heart of the downtown business area, Raffles City, Marina Bay, and Chinatown.
With two of Singapore’s most colourful historic enclaves right at our doorstep, hôtel vagabond is the best boutique hotel in Singapore from which to experience the intoxicating sights and sounds of Little India and Kampong Glam.Find us here
hôtel vagabond and Garcha Hotels are proud to support the Aashita Foundation, whose purpose is to transform children’s lives through love, support and education delivered in a protected and caring environment.
Aashita was founded in 2011 in Jaipur, India, and works exclusively to help orphaned and abandoned girls. The Foundation currently has 13 girls in its care, aged between six and thirteen. Its mission is to fully nurture and educate each girl through to adulthood, providing them with the ability to lead independent and fulfilling lives.
The girls live with three “mothers”, two live-in teachers and a group of support staff, in a house with a familial atmosphere.Learn More