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Garcha Group launches luxury co-living boutique hotel

MYPOSHPAD offers members exclusive social events ideal for professionals.

Luxury hotel group Garcha Group has announced the opening of MYPOSHPAD, an all-inclusive luxury co-living boutique hotel experience on 1 April.

The luxury boutique hotel portfolio includes The Vagabond Club, Duxton Reserve, Autograph Collection, Maxwell Reserve, Autograph Collection and Serangoon House, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel.

The interiors are designed by world-renowned French designer Jacques Garcia and movie star-turned designer Anouska Hempel.

Under MYPOSHPAD, members can expect expect five-star beautifully curated rooms and suites featuring a one-of-a-kind mini bar, extensive in-house facilities and daily breakfast, laundry and full house keeping services, 24/7 concierge, and a special member’s pricing across the group’s 10 dining hot spots.

Members will become part of a vibrant community of metropolitans through the plethora of exclusive social events that are signature to MYPOSHPAD’s unique co-living club experience — From weekly talks and social hours with complimentary cocktails at Anouska’s, exclusive access to private alcohol lockers at The Whiskey Library, to movie sessions on Saturdays at The Vagabond Club, as well as access to the Group’s authentic London Cab, Sir Harold.

MYPOSHPAD serves as the ideal accommodation for locally based working professionals and long-term business travellers who are seeking both luxury and convenience at competitive prices.

The unique club experience starts at $3,600++ per month with a minimum stay of 30 nights.

“By launching MYPOSHPAD, we aim to build a community of international cosmopolitans who are either based in Singapore or here on long-term travel arrangements. Creating a home away from home by elevating their luxury hotel experience, this first and only luxury hotel co-living club concept rewards members with benefits beyond just accommodation,” said The Garcha Group CEO Harpreet Bedi.

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