Piece of history in the city

KeSa House in Keong Saik Road makes a good base to explore food and lifestyle haunts

The writer lounging at the private outdoor patio of her Studio Premier room. The turquoise facade of KeSa House is the highlight on a street of historic shophouses. Take a breather at a lounge area of the hotel. A third-floor room with skylight.
The turquoise facade of KeSa House is the highlight on a street of historic shophouses. ST PHOTO: EUGENE GOH
The writer lounging at the private outdoor patio of her Studio Premier room. The turquoise facade of KeSa House is the highlight on a street of historic shophouses. Take a breather at a lounge area of the hotel. A third-floor room with skylight.
Take a breather at a lounge area of the hotel.ST PHOTO: EUGENE GOH
The writer lounging at the private outdoor patio of her Studio Premier room. The turquoise facade of KeSa House is the highlight on a street of historic shophouses. Take a breather at a lounge area of the hotel. A third-floor room with skylight.
A third-floor room with skylight.ST PHOTO: EUGENE GOH

KeSa House in Keong Saik Road is a beautiful light-filled getaway pulsating with historical charm.

With three floors and 60 rooms, the boutique hotel is a welcoming cross between co-living space and serviced apartment.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on April 27, 2021, with the headline 'Piece of history in the city'. Subscribe