Location & Attractions
Naumi Hotel is located in the heart of the Central Business District, opposite Raffles Hotel. It is 5 minutes away from Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre, various upscale shopping malls and The Esplanade, theatres on the bay, all within walking distance to the main artery of the Mass Rapid Transit stations. Hence getting around the various attractions in Singapore is a breeze.
Address : Naumi Hotel, 41 Seah Street, Singapore 188396
Tel : +65 6403 6000
Nearest MRT Stations : Esplanade Station and City Hall Station
Distance From Airport : 20 mins by Taxi
Nestling at the very heart of Singapore’s Central Business District gives our five star hotel a host of distinctive advantages when it comes to exploring the city. Conveniently located near to the Esplanade station of the Circle Line and City Hall station, Naumi Hotel is just a few minutes’ walk from the Mass Rapid Transit.
For shopping, meetings & conventions, arts and dining & entertainment options, visit these attractions that are located nearby to Naumi. These are only a few among the myriad of the city’s most coveted attractions that lend themselves to leisurely excursions when you make our inner city hotel in Singapore your home away from home.
Explore the arts by visiting an array of museums such as Singapore Arts Museum or enjoy an evening of spectacular sights at Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, a massive cultural landmark overlooking the Marina Bay waterfront.
Esplanade Theatres on the bay
The Esplanade Theatres on the Bay is a theatre-lover’s haven and a venue that even non-arts enthusiasts will appreciate. Occupying 6 hectares along Marina Bay, this is a national landmark as well as one of the best-designed state of the art centres for performing arts in the world. Dubbed “The Durian” for its resemblance to the prickly fruit, it houses a 1,600-seat concert hall and a 2000-seat theatre as well as outdoor performing spaces.
National Museum of Singapore
At 119 years old, the National Museum of Singapore is the Nation’s grand dame of the arts and culture scene. More than just a space for exhibitions and artefacts, the Museum distinguishes itself through vibrant festivals and events, backed by a wide range of facilities and services.
Singapore Arts Museum
Opened in January 1996, the mission of the Singapore Art Museum (SAM) is to preserve and present the art histories and contemporary art practices of Singapore and the Southeast Asian region. The Museum’s collection comprises over 7000 Singapore and Southeast Asian modern and contemporary artworks and over 1000 works from its Tyler Print Collection, that include some of the most prominent names in the 20th century international art scene such as Frank Stella and Roy Lichtenstein. The collection includes paintings, sculptures, multimedia installations, drawings, prints, and photographs, among others.
Art Science Museum
Designed as a symbolic gesture of welcoming guests from across the globe, the lotus-inspired ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands is the premier museum destination in Singapore for major international touring exhibitions from the most renowned collections in the world. The ArtScience Museum gallery space spans over 50,000 square feet, embracing a spectrum of influences from art & science, to media & technology, to design & architecture.
Dining & Entertainment
Apart from being a watering hole with a smorgasbord of dining and drinking establishments set amidst unique landscaped surroundings, Chijmes has a rich history that goes along with it. It was once the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (CHIJ), established in 1854. The order of the Holy Infant Jesus was founded by a Frenchman, Father Nicholas Barre. It is now a big draw among tourists and locals alike with the extensive selection of local and international cuisines as well as bars that dot the place.
Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar
Set in elegantly intimate and chic décor, Garibaldi serves an enticing menu of Italian favourites that’s prepared with the freshest ingredients and paired with fine wines from the well-stocked cellar.
As the best Indian restaurant in town, Rang Mahal is Haute Indian Cuisine set in a chic, contemporary setting. You’ll enjoy the exotic flavours of region with a modern twist.
Royal China Restaurant
Swanky and plush, it made its name with the classical Cantonese cuisine that it serves. It is especially renowned for its dim sum.
Meetings & Conventions
A renown platform with world-class facilities, Singapore is one of Asia’s best cities to hold a convention. Two of Singapore’s major convention centres are located within a stone’s throw from Naumi.
Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre
A renowned international platform for conventions, meetings and exhibitions. Ideally situated in the Central Business District, Suntec Singapore International Convention & Exhibition Centre is at the heart of a self-contained and integrated events structure. On top of the first class facilities, it offers direct access to 1,000 retail stores and 300 dining options.
Sands Expo and Convention Center
In addition to being Singapore’s newest and largest exhibition and meeting, Sands Expo and Convention Center is strategically located in the middle of the Central Business District and offers a plethora of dining and shopping options.
Revel in a shopaholic’s delight with a trip to Raffles City Shopping Centre or to the Suntec City Mall, found only 10 minutes away from the hotel and boasting over 360 food and retail outlets.
Reach the internationally renown shopping belt, Orchard Road, within minutes from Naumi- via a ten minute taxi ride or a 2-station train distance. Famed for friendliness, cleanliness and diversity of shopping options, this welcoming retail street houses high-street fashion brands to well-loved luxury labels. Always in a constant state of rejuvenation, Orchard Road promises the most indulgent shopping experience.
Marina Square is a one stop shopping haven at the Marina Bay precinct. With over 300 specialty stores, sashay your way through high street fashion boutiques such as Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge, Mango, Zara and more or pop into the Japanese lifestyle store, MUJI. Alternatively, head over to the entertainment zone where you can catch the latest block blaster movies, have a bowling session, karaoke or play a strategic game of pool.
Raffles City Shopping Centre
Located in the prime central business district area, Raffles City Shopping Centre has a myriad of shopping and dining choices with services and facilities such as Concierge, a business centre, and banking facilities. Spanning over 5 levels, each floor is themed to a category.
Singapore Travel Guide
The Definitive Guide to Visiting Singapore
Singapore – a hustling, bustling city where a diverse mix of people and cultures thrive alongside each other. It is a place where differences are celebrated, embraced and integrated, weaving a society that is rich in lifestyle.
Being a multi-racial country, comprising of Chinese, Malays, Indians and Eurasians, Singapore woos travellers with a a multitude of experiences. Whether you are a foodie lover, shopaholic or outdoor adventurer, a cultural enthusiast, a party goer or family-oriented funster, Singapore offers you a wealth of activity and fun, to occupy your stay and live life!
The city has about 5 million residents and being rich in culture, languages spoken include mainly English, Mandarin, Malay and Tamil.
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Visa and Entry into Singapore
For information on Singapore’s Visa requirements, please visit www.ica.gov.sg.
Other visitors who do not need a Visa to enter Singapore and may be given up to 30-day social visit passes upon your arrival in Singapore. If you would like to stay in Singapore for a longer period, you may apply at the Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA) upon your arrival. However, you should have your valid passports, onward or return tickets, onward facilities (such as visas or entry permits) to your next destination and of course, sufficient funds for your stay in Singapore.
Singapore Changi Airport is easily accessible with many modes of transportation available to and from the Airport. Taxis are available at the taxi stands at the Arrival levels of each Terminal and can be hailed on the street or booked through your hotel. The Changi Airport MRT Station is located at the basement of Terminals 2 and 3, accessible from the Arrival and Departure Halls through escalators and lifts. The Ground Transport Desk is a 24-hours counter catered to handle all passengers’ transportation requests and queries. More information can be retrieved from Changi Airport.
Getting Around the City
Singapore is really easy to move around, with a systematic public transportation infrastructure. Our city is well connected by the train- Mass Rapid Transit (MRT). Our trains are punctual, comfortable, clean and run across the island from about 6am to midnight. Fares start from S$1.00 and can be purchased at all MRT stations. Further information can be found on www.smrtcorp.com
Taxis are also easily available with the starting fare usually from S$2.80 to S$3.20. The city’s bus transportation system can bring one practically every corner of the island and is a cheap way to get around. More details can be found on www.transitlink.com.sg.
Naumi is in fact located centrally where the nearest MRT station at City Hall is just a few minutes by walking. Taxis and buses are also easily accessible with numerous bus stops and taxi stands within the hotel’s vicinity.
Food, Drinks & Relaxation
Forget about hitting the sack at the end of the day… Do check out Singapore’s nightlife and interesting dining scene. There are many sizzling surprises that await one after sundown, from the destination entertainment spot- Clarke Quay to various watering holes across the island. There is a groovy mood for all, something to suit one’s taste for music, entertainment and action. For dining out, from the robust side street stalls, coffee houses to the stylish restaurants around Orchard Road, Dempsey Road, Resorts World Sentosa, Marina Bay Sands, Boat Quay, Clarke Quay, Chinatown and more, one is certainly spoilt for choice.
Picking Your Luxury, 5 Star or Boutique Hotel Room in Singapore
When selecting your choice hotel to stay in Singapore, take into consideration the proximity to town, the availability of the Mass Rapid Train, affordability and value of the room you plan to book as well as the type of facilities and service.
Where personalized luxury and service is a consideration, Naumi, a boutique personal luxury hotel in the heart of the city centre has it all.
What Past Visitors have to say about Naumi
“Fantastic Hotel, great facilities and service, friendly staff.”
Date of review on TripAdvisor : Feb 4, 2011 by visitor from Sydney, Australia
The Naumi is a boutique hotel – well located in the CBD across the road from Raffles and close to Suntec convention centre and shopping. Two MRT stations are nearby making travel to Orchard Road, Chinatown etc very easy.
The staff were friendly and the service excellent. The room was very well furnished.
We especially appreciated the relaxed and quiet atmosphere of the hotel.
“Lovely hotel with impeccable service”
Date of review on Tripadvisor: Jan 18, 2011 by Ms Lucelia Rodrigues, UK
The Naumi staff were great and really made me feel at home. The hotel gives great attention to small details making you feel special. The deluxe room was very large and beautifully decorated. I’ll definitely be back next year.
“City Breeze at Naumi!”
Date of review on Tripadvisor: 20 Sep 2010 by Guest Coverzed from Tel Aviv
As in the past, i’ve stayed at a lot of chain hotels. Many Ritz, JW, Hilton etc. But now, i really found the great experience to be more exciting and amazing place. My flight directly flied from Singapore and just stayed 3 nights at this hotel. The room was absolutely amazing. The pool, food and service were good experience in itself. I am honestly to say that this hotel is the superb I’ve ever been before.
Making a Singapore Hotel Room Reservation
To assist you with your accommodation arrangements, Naumi’s dedicated Naumi Aide will be delighted to help with your preferences. Contact Naumi Aide at 65-64036000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call our reservations at tel: 65-64036003
For a personalized touch, have a chat with our Naumi Aide who is at hand to provide useful tips on getting around Singapore to even planning a customized itinerary to suit your needs.