This New Shophouse Hotel In S'pore Doubles Up As A Co-Working Space For Entrepreneurs

With Singapore cementing itself as one of the hottest tourist destinations as well as a leading business hub in SouthEast Asia, our island country is no stranger to tourists and expats – which also means that we have no shortage of hotels, hostels and inns.

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Hidden away in a corner of Ann Siang Hill, a short walking distance from Maxwell Food Centre, is Tribe Theory Venture Hotel.

A VENTURE HOTEL FOR START-UPS AND ENTREPRENEURS

Tribe Theory Venture Hotel was created to be a place for entrepreneurs to have a comfortable and affordable place to stay, as well as connect and engage with like-minded people on the same entrepreneurial journey and work effectively.

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Conveniently located in the heart of the city, the hotel is within walking distance of the Central Business District, Maxwell Food Centre, and Chinatown which is home to Singapore’s first Hindu Temple as well as the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple and Museum.

The lobby is small but cosy. It is a shophouse after all.

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Checking in is made simple with an iPad for guests to input their details. (Did you know they accept payment in cryptocurrency too?)

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As you venture further into the hotel past the lobby, you’ll come across a giant world map on the wall to your right, with numerous pins by past hotel guests.

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Image Credit: Tribe Theory

Tribe Theory might be a capsule hotel, but it’s well-equipped. You’ll find the communal toilets and showers on the first level. There’s even a laundry area, because Singapore’s weather is notoriously humid.

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Image Credit: Tribe Theory

As you head up the stairs, you’ll be greeted by an intricate logo of Tribe Theory.

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There are 2 air-conditioned mixed dormitories that can accomodate up to 32 people comfortably in 28 affordable capsules.

If you’re wondering about storage, there are lockers provided for all guests.

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Each capsule is cosy and comes equipped with a backrest, a small safe, a backlight and a reading light.

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In the dormitory on the second level, there are 2 capsules that are bigger than the rest and can accomodate up to 2 people.

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Past the dormitory on the second level and up the stairs, you’ll be able to look into the double-height ceiling in the common room on the first level.

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Level 3 is where you’ll find the lounge which also serves as a breakfast area and co-working space.

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A simple, complimentary breakfast is available for guests and it comes with free-flow coffee, tea, milk and juice, because every striving entrepreneur needs fuel.

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Does this hotel not look incredibly cosy?

Tribe Theory Venture Hotel is a no-frills, entrepreneur-centric hotel that is easily accessible and affordable, so if you’re a budding entrepreneur travelling in or to Singapore, there’s no better place for you to stay.

Book your room here and we’ll see you at Tribe Theory!

Tribe Theory Venture Hotel
Address: 39 Ann Siang Rd, Singapore 069716
Contact no.: 6423 0237
Website

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