Jacques Garcia designs Tribute Portfolio’s first hotel in Singapore

hôtel vagabond, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel blends Singaporean influences with Jacques Garcia’s maximalist style.

Marriott International's Tribute Portfolio soft brand has debuted its first hotel in Singapore with hôtel vagabond, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel. Owned by Harpreet Bedi and Satinder Garcha, the 41-room hotel was designed by French designer Jacques Garcia, blending traditional Singaporean influences with Garcia’s maximalist style. This is Marriott International’s 10th property in Singapore.

Located outside the central business district in the Jalan Besar area, hôtel vagabond, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel is housed in a colonial-era Art Deco building. The hotel's event space, the Vagabond Salon, is a 5,000-square-foot modern interpretation of a Parisian salon with a DJ console. The hotel also has an Executive Club Lounge for meetings.

The property has 41 rooms and suites. Each guestroom has Italian marble and mahogany furniture, as well as glass mosaic bathrooms. Each guestroom also has curated photographs and art pieces.For dining, the property has Hot Buns & Thunder Balls, and Bar Vagabond.

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Ranging from antique works to contemporary mixed media pieces, hôtel vagabond’s collection of art was sourced and commissioned by Satinder Garcha.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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