Where trades happened. Originally named after a municipal councilor, Dr. J Murray Robertson, Robertson Quay was a muddy swampland before reclamation works was done to it in the 19th century. With increasing trade and a rapid population growth, Robertson Quay situated along the Singapore River became part of the backdrop for Singapore's humble beginnings as a trade hub.
Robertson Quay After
Today, Robertson Quay is known for its laid back atmosphere with an international mix of eclectic alfresco dining places, wine bars, restaurants and cafes, living up to its name as an undiscovered gem amongst its more well-known counterparts; namely Boat Quay and Clarke Quay. Come nightfall, this bustling place is crowded with expatriates and young and high-flying working professionals. If you like to be away from the noise and crowd, you'll be pleasantly surprised as you take a quiet evening stroll along the river.
Fully Furnished Bedroom with
• Designer Furnishing & Fittings
• Premium Bedding
• Fully Air-Conditioned
• Ensuite Bathroom with branded shower
• 32-inch LCD TV with Exciting Cable Programs
• Complimentary Wireless Internet Connection
• Weekly Housekeeping Service
•Complimentary Set of Towels
• Complimentary Washer & Dryer Facilities in Building
• Steam Iron & Ironing Board
• In Room Hair Dryer