This edgy boutique hotel with a façade designed to look like origami  in Singapore’s CBD (Central Business District) could fit right in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District or maybe Shepherd’s Bush in London. This upscale, recently revamped rich-hipster hotel is perfect for the well-traveled set who have high expectations for design, service, and amenities. Funky art includes a six-foot graffiti-style painting of a policeman and video installations, and staff plays the part dressed like runway models.

Rooms have been styled with décor inspired from legendary creative types like Chanel and Warhol. Technology in rooms includes work desks with built-in phone and device chargers, and Apple TV with AirPlay Mirroring that allows you to screen what’s on your Apple devices on the television. The ridiculous seven-layer bedding in 400 thread-count Egyptian cotton goes nicely with the Malin+Goetz toiletries.

Another over-the-top feature: there are three small gyms instead of one large one, all on separate floors and focused on different kinds of machines. For women who want more privacy, there’s a female-only floor, with special amenities like soft lighting (a bit insulting, don't you think?), hair straighteners, yoga mats, and sanitary products. Make sure to check out the amazing view of Singapore’s skyline from the rooftop bar and infinity pool. For eats, the restaurant, Table at Rang Mahal, serves Indian to raves.