Loh Lik Peng

CEO, Unlisted Collection

 

The CEO of Unlisted Collection is a hotelier and restaurateur with an eye for the unique

CEO Loh Lik Peng has grown Unlisted Collection into a lifestyle force to be reckoned with. Comprising five unique hotels and more than 20 restaurants, each property encompasses the firm’s commitment to put out design-driven, cutting-edge concepts that create a memorable guest experience.

Loh’s culinary brands, such as Meatsmith, Burnt Ends, Nouri and Kotuwa, have carved out their own individual niche in the culinary arena with their imaginative menus and design concepts. Similarly, his global hotel properties—such as Ireland’s Trinity Townhouse Hotel in Dublin, London’s Town Hall Hotel and The Old Clare Hotel in Sydney—embody an eclectic, cosmopolitan vibe, rooted in iconic heritage buildings.

In 2021, he acquired the five-star Castlemartyr Resort in Cork County, Ireland together with business partner Stanley Quek, and opened the modern restaurant Terre on the property in 2022.

Born in the Irish capital Dublin, Loh attended law school at the University of Sheffield, UK and undertook postgraduate studies at the London School of Economics—followed by bar exams in London—before returning to Singapore in 1997. He was also the co-founder of the #SaveFnBSG movement, aimed at addressing issues facing F&B operators during the pandemic lockdown in 2020.

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Awards


2004

New Tourism Entrepreneur Award (Singapore Tourism Awards)

2011

Tourism Entrepreneur of the Year (Singapore Experience Awards)

2019

Special Recognition Award (Singapore Tourism Awards)

Did You Know?


Loh Lik Peng established his first Singapore property, the award-winning Hotel 1929, in 2002, with the refurbished heritage building New Majestic Hotel and Majestic Restaurant following four years later.

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