An ultra-boutique respite from the urban pace, Villa Samadhi Singapore is located in the peaceful greenery of Labrador Nature Reserve that forms part of the Southern Ridges. It is a delightfully restored colonial residence which oozes old Malayan charm. Luxuries here are opulently simple – the luxury of reliving yesteryear, of quietude, of breathing space, of being surrounded by nature, where guests arrive at an utterly relaxed state of mind, in what is called the SAMADHI Experience.
Villa Samadhi Singapore is a joyous assembly of aesthetic and pragmatic designs that complement the tropical surroundings beautifully. At Villa Samadhi Singapore, guests will find a residence painstakingly restored to retain an old and unforgettable charm of its origins, with details such as wood carpentry and colonial interior décor against the signature backdrop of terraced corridors, shuttered windows, high ceilings and airy rooms. Housed in a 1920 black and white colonial garrison, the 20-room boutique hotel was meticulously restored over a period of three years and designed to be reflective of its heritage and history. Constituting an important legacy of Singapore’s colonial past, black and white buildings encapsulate the quintessence of that bygone era. An amalgam of local and Western influences, black and white houses are today both an architectural treasure and an important part of Singapore’s heritage.
A tranquil oasis in the city, Villa Samadhi Singapore is just ten minutes away from the central business district and the famed Marina Bay area.