Serangoon House

One of the finest examples of Indian colonial design and interior architecture located in Singapore’s most vibrant ethnic district, Little India. Step into the lobby of Serangoon House with custom made porcelain chandeliers, green and white marble mosaic flooring with scenes from colonial India on exclusive De Gournay wallpaper and velvet banquette seats for patrons to mingle. The 90 rooms of Serangoon House are adorned with bespoke double-tiered canopy beds lovingly handmade with unwavering attention to detail.

Serangoon House, Tribute Portfolio

Singapore’s only hotel to accommodate up to 6 guests in every room!

The functionality of the furniture allows them to be concealed as luxurious canopy beds during double guest stays and transformed into deluxe two-tiered beds that can accommodate six when required. Serangoon House takes pride in being the first in Singapore to offer this new living experience to guests from around the world.

Each of the 90 rooms of Serangoon House is adorned with bespoke double-tiered canopy beds lovingly handmade with unwavering attention to detail. The luxurious canopy beds in every room can be transformed into deluxe two-tiered beds that can accommodate six guests when required.
  • The world’s most luxurious double-tier beds by world-
    class fine furniture creators La Maison London
  • Flat screen LED TV with and cable channels
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning
  • Bathroom amenities
  • IDD telephone
  • Espresso machine, tea- and coffee-making facilities
  • In-room safe, hair dryer, luggage rack
  • Unlimited wireless internet connection
  • 24-hour GSE (Guest Services Executive)
  • Multilingual hosts
  • Laundry service
Serangoon House GupShup


GupShup - Gourmet Indian Tapas

The perfect dining destination nestled in the hustle bustle of little India, to soak in and socialize over culinary exploration of “the great Indian street food”.

GupShup brings to Singapore’s dining scene an exciting, authentic and talkable offering, with a focus on the most popular, comforting and celebratory genres in all regional Indian dining – “Chaat and Street food”. Here you’ll enjoy the cultural delicacies from Delhi, Bombay, Punjab, central India, Calcutta and coasts with key flavours notes ranging from ting-tang to peppy-sweet and textures; crisp-crunch to soft-fluffy. You’ll have a bespoke experience when “Bhel Papdi” is tossed at your table to ensure ultimate freshness and the opportunity to tailor each serving to your liking.

The outlet also features a kiosk where you can pick up delicious street food along with classic Indian beverages & exotic drinks that complement the bold flavours of our menu.


Serangoon House provides the perfect base to become acquainted with Singapore’s inspiring sites. Retail boutiques, exceptional restaurants, bars and acclaimed street food are just steps from this  enchanting oasis. Little India is a historic buzzing area that shows off the best of Singapore’s Indian community, from vibrant culture to incredible shopping. Blending old and new, the buzzing ethnic enclave is peppered with spice shops, jewellery stores, saree specialists, flower vendors, trendy cafes and hip watering holes. Along the main drag, Serangoon Road, unfussy canteens and hip eateries sit next to shops selling gold jewellery, colourful silks and fresh flower garlands. Nearby, Mustafa Centre welcomes shoppers 24/7. The ethnic district is liveliest during Hindu celebrations like the Deepavali festival of lights.

How to get there

From Singapore Changi Airport, it is a 20-minute taxi ride to the hotel. Alternatively, take the train from Changi Airport to Farrer Park station (3 minute’s walk) or a bus to
Aft Farrer Pk Stn Exit G (Bus Stop Number: 07211) – a 3 minute walk to the hotel.