New hotel in South Bridge Road rides on co-living trend

Above and below: ST Signature Chinatown in South Bridge Road is the first in Katrina Group's "affordable luxury" line of co-living hotels. It offers spaces for guests to work and mingle, as well as a smart self-check-in system, and will be closely fo
ST Signature Chinatown in South Bridge Road is the first in Katrina Group's "affordable luxury" line of co-living hotels. It offers spaces for guests to work and mingle, as well as a smart self-check-in system, and will be closely followed by four more of the group's co-living hotels in Singapore.PHOTO: KATRINA GROUP
Above and below: ST Signature Chinatown in South Bridge Road is the first in Katrina Group's "affordable luxury" line of co-living hotels. It offers spaces for guests to work and mingle, as well as a smart self-check-in system, and will be closely fo
ST Signature Chinatown in South Bridge Road is the first in Katrina Group's "affordable luxury" line of co-living hotels. It offers spaces for guests to work and mingle, as well as a smart self-check-in system, and will be closely followed by four more of the group's co-living hotels in Singapore.PHOTO: KATRINA GROUP

A new co-living hotel has opened in Chinatown, offering shared facilities for work and socialising for as little as $60 a night.

The 40-room ST Signature Chinatown in South Bridge Road also features a smart self-check-in system that helps to cut down on waiting time for guests, said Katrina Group, which launched the hotel through its hospitality arm yesterday.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 10, 2019, with the headline 'New hotel in South Bridge Road rides on co-living trend'. Print Edition | Subscribe