5footway.inn Project Boat Quay is situated along Singapore River, facing the Parliament House and Asian Civilisations Museum. Boat Quay, a historic port of Singapore, is a designated conservation area and has been restored and rehabilitated into a thriving entertainment and leisure hub.
Project Boat Quay is located in one of these shophouses and positioned between conserved colonial government buildings and Central Business District skyscrapers. Make new friends, share your stories and have your breakfast at our terrace at Project Boat Quay, where you can enjoy a picturesque view of Singapore River and elegant colonial architecture contrasting with modern skyscrapers and landmarks in the background.
Within the property, is Gallery 76, an unconventional photography gallery, displaying iconic black-and-white images by international renowned photojournalist Edwin Koo.
Project Boat Quay is conveniently situated between two MRT stations, Raffles Place (NS26/EW14) and Clarke Quay (NE5). It is only a few minutes away from CBD and the lively Clarke Quay.
Towels are complimentary 1 piece per guest for private room bookings. For dorm bookings, they are available for loan at the minimal fee of $2 per piece.
Standard Room - Shared bathroom with no window
Superior Room - Shared bathroom with window
Deluxe Room - Ensuite bathroom with no window
The shophouse, with its five-foot-wide walkway, embodies both an appreciation for the Southeast Asian climate as well as the desire to enable and encourage community spirit through daily close interaction.
5footway.inn is for the social explorers, we believe that interaction with people is an important part of travel experience and we encourage explorations through the eyes of a local. To continue our success story, in 2013, 5footway.inn opened its first boutique hotel in Macau, which has been very popular as we stay committed to offer engaging and personable hospitality.
Part of The Uncharted Co., 5footway.inn was started in September 2011 and is now the biggest hostel chain in Singapore with properties located in the heritage-rich Chinatown, Boat Quay and Kampong Glam vicinity.