SINGAPORE BARS & CLUBS:
Fenix RoomI-S best bars 2014
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  • Fenix Room
    Fenix Room, Singapore
  • Fenix Room
    Fenix Room, Singapore

The buzz: Part of Zirca’s old digs is now a ritzy 5,000 sq. ft ultra-lounge, care of nightlife specialists Massive Collective (same folks behind Mink and former Filter Members Club) and Lifebrandz.

The décor: Velvet sofas, dark marbled surfaces and a glamorous, Art Deco style island bar make for a Great Gatsby-inspired space, but the theme’s hardly noticeable when psychedelic disco lights flood the dimly-lit interiors. There’s no dance floor to speak of (it’s supposedly a lounge), though tables and seats are placed sparingly for room to groove.

The drinks: As you’ll expect of a bar reminiscent of the roaring ‘20s—with a good selection of Champagne and gin amid the standards.

The music: EDM with the occasional hip-hop, indie and nu-rave thrown in.

The crowd: Dressed-up city folk who seem only interested in getting drunk and have a really good time.

Why you’ll be back: You’re missing the now-closed Filter. Even if you never went to the members-only club, this new hotspot for the fashionable and the glamorous will give you glimpse of its former glory (one without the stuffy exclusivity).


Fenix Room is in I-S Best Bars Guide 2014. Download your copy to see where else you should be partying.

Phone: 6305-6768
Fenix Room, Blk. C Clarke Quay, 3 River Valley Rd.,, Singapore, 179022 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Clarke Quay

Opening Hours:

Wed-Thu 10:30pm-3am; Fri-Sat 10:30-5am

Open Since:

August, 2013
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