- Reviews: 2256
Holiday Inn Atrium Hotel: Pleasant Stay
We stayed in the Holiday Inn Atrium for one night prior to flying off to Kathmandu. To reach the hotel we took the MRT from Changi airport to Outram Station 2 Singapore dollars plus one dollar returnable deposit. From there it is a 20 minute walk, but we took a taxi for 4.40 Singapore dollars because it was pouring with rain.
Check in was quick and efficient. The hotel is built around a central atrium. You get a view over it as you travel up in their fancy glass lifts. You must use your hotel card to access floor 6 and above.
Our room was spotlessly clean with a very comfortable double bed. They even placed a pillow menu on top of the bed.
Tea and coffee making facilities were available in the rooms with quite a good selection of teas to choose from.
There was lots of storage space in the room. There was a minibar and a safety deposit box. There was a large flat screen TV in the room. Free internet was not available. Internet access cost 28 Singapore dollars for 24 hours.
We walked into the centre of Singapore - Clarke Quay, Boat Quay by going along the Singapore River. It took maybe around 30 minutes or so, but we went slowly looking at all the riverside bars and cafes on route.
The hotel had several little convenience shops. It also had several restaurants western and Chinese but we did not eat in them . There was a very nice swimming pool on the sixth floor open from 6am to 9pm and a well equiped gym on the same floor open 24 hours.
In the evening when we walked back to the hotel from Outram Station we found a street close to the hotel with lots of Chinese restaurants serving very reasonably priced food. we also passed a seven eleven near the hotel.
Check out was also polite, fast and efficient. I would happily stay here again. The only downside is the 20 minute walk to the MRT.
Stayed January 2011, traveled as a couple
- Reviews: 2256
Crowne Plaza Changi Airport: Clean and Comfortable
We stayed here for one night on our return from Kathmandu where we had stayed in a budget guest house. Our first impression was how stunningly clean everything was.
The check in was fast and efficient. The room was large with a huge, spotlessly clean and comfortable bed. There was a large bathroom, shower room with glass walls. We did not notice the blinds you could pull down due to the fact we were so tired when we got there. Not pulling them down meant light shone in from the corridor all night. That could have been easily remedied if we had been a bit more with it. There was a very comfortable seating area in our room, a large flat screen TV, a safety deposit box, tea coffee making facilities with different kinds of tea, a fridge.
The swimming pool opened at 7am and we had a lovely swim there. Part of it is open and part of it has boxes of plants which you can swim around. I think it closed at either 6 or 7pm. There were restaurants in the hotel or you could walk back to the airport which is right next to the hotel.
The hotel is excellent if you arrive in Singapore and are leaving next day. if you have longer you can easily travel by MRT into town. If you travelled Singapore Airlines you can get discount on the buses that run from the airport to various tourist sights.
Check out was polite, fast and efficient. I would happily stay here again.
You could hear aeroplanes taking off and landing from the hotel but it was not so loud that it was disturbing.
- Reviews: 625
Intercontinental Singapore: A room inside a shopping centre
Incredible beautiful and large public spaces.
My room was an old part of hotel and they call it "Shophouse Room". It contains a living room, a bedroom, a large bathroom and a hall.I knew there will have some noise coming from Bugis Junction, but it did not bother me much. If you want e.g. take a nap during daytime, this shophouse room may not be right to you.
- Reviews: 1800
Fort Canning Lodge: Comfortable and Central to public transport
It's considered a Budget hotel, but I still found the price to be quite expensive, starting at $AUS $200 for the cheapest room with few other options in Singapore that I saw online that were cheaper. However, even though it was far from our normal idea of a budget price range, a friend recommended it, so that's why we went with it and we weren't disappointed as we really wanted to be close to a metro station - that was our main priority for ease of getting around on foot (it's only 5 mins walk away from Dhoby Ghaut) and the fact that it's walking distance to other shopping centres too.
Very handily located, right next to a medium size shopping centre and east walking distance to other shopping centres too. Comfortable room, not large but not cramped either and good, clean facilities. We had an Executive room.
Souvenir shop in the lobby with reasonable prices.
Unfortunately we were too tired to try out the pool, but it looks to be a very nice one indeed.
We were on about the 10th floor and had some pretty good views out over the city.
- Reviews: 1041
Grand Mecure Roxy Hotel: A alternative to inner city hotels.
In 2014 and 2015 I spent short stays at this eastern suburbs hotel in Singapore. Just 15 minutes from the international airport with a large suburban town centre with shopping mall and hawker centre across the road on Marine Parade and buses to the nearby SMRT stations or into the city centre itself, this hotel is a good option for a short stay in Singapore.
The hotel has a lovely pool and big poolside area. The Marine Parade town centre opposite is a great asset. Free airport shuttles operate for this hotel. Both times I've stayed, check in (and out) has been the fastest and smoothest of any hotel I've stayed in.
- Reviews: 4762
Ibis Hotel Novena: convenience to airport and shops ibis
a nice convenient hotel to the airport and city main shopping in orchard, this is novena at Singapore. Part of the French chain ACCOR, the Ibis is a moderate hotel, and this one with its teak wood paneling and very clean, nice restaurant on a busy street is great for a quick entry into the island of Singapore airport, main city center.
easy in and out to from airport and city main shopping street of Orchard road. The restaurant is great, good taxi service, and very clean place. for short trips it is recommended.
- Reviews: 1082
Hotel Royal Queens: Hotel Royal Queens
Hotel Royal at Queens is one of the strategically located hotels in Singapore. The cozy hotel offers its guests total comfort and value for money. The entire hotel is centrally air conditioned. The 215 newly renovated rooms are well equipped with facilities like internet, air ticket booking, a mini bar, safe deposit box to name among a few. The Hotel also has a pub of its own as well as a Japanese and a Chinese Restaurant.
- Reviews: 124
Resorts World Sentosa.: Arial View of the Hotel.
I did not stayed in this hotel but just check the facilities it offers.
Almost it has a water park of it's own and you get discount for Universal Studios...just marvellous.
- Reviews: 124
SILOSO BEACH RESORT.: The Only Good Thing is The Location of The Hotel !
Eco friendly hotel but this doesn't mean that they should not change the bed sheets as it waste water, they won't refresh brush, soap and paste etc as you should use them with care and such lame excuses just not to entertain the guests. At least this was my experience at the hotel.
They use fresh water in their pool that means no chlorine, exactly no chlorine...amazing and secondly it's location is very good.
- Reviews: 116
Scarlet Hotel: Boutique Hotel in Chinatown
I was really looking forward to this hotel but I am not sure if I would stay here again. The room was rather small - we had to keep maneuvering around our suitcases. The breakfast menu varied little over our stay and became a little monotonous. The hotel had an outdoor spa which was pleasant. The best thing about the hotel was the location - close to transport, restaurants, shops, etc.
- Reviews: 423
Fairmont Singapore: Fairmont Hotel
A nice clean hotel with some really great views across Singapore especially from the 23rd floor. I understand that the north tower of the hotel has recently been renovated and although our room on the 23rd floor of the south tower was magnificent with wonderful views, the décor in the bathroom really needs an uprate, as it is finished in rather boring white/cream tiles reminiscent of bathrooms of many some 20- 30 years ago
This Hotel along with Raffles Hotel, and the Swisshotel, all are within a block of one another and are owned by the Fairmont Raffles Hotel Int Group.
This tall hotel (almost 250m high) is located in the centre of Singapore and the complex which comprises of the two hotels, shopping and offices together with the Raffles city convention centre is built directly above the City Hall Subway Station. It is very inexpensive and convenient to travel on the Mass Rail Transit system from Changi airport MRT station direct to the City Hall station, under the hotel, for less than $2. However it will take around 40 min and entail a transfer at (EWL) Tanah Merah MRT Station. If travelling with baggage then a taxi is the most convenient and at a standard metered daytime rate of less than $20 it takes 15 - 20 mins to get from the Airport to the Fairmont
At US$400 + incl Service charge, for an Exec room on the 23rd floor, this not a cheap hotel, but worth maybe one or two nights, just to see the place and to walk across the street to visit the historic Raffles Hotel for a drink in the long bar . You do have to be well healed to stay at Raffles with prices starting at around US$700 a night !
The Exec floor offers full access to the Executive lounge where incredible food, drinks and great service is provided and which is second to none, including several bottles of Moët Hennessy on ice at hand for the customer to help himself. The staff are great, and always so very friendly which certainly makes me sure that we will return to this hotel next time we are in Singapore
- Reviews: 9
Carlton Hotel: Classy hotel priced just right, great location
located along Bras Basah Road right beside the Raffles Hotel, this classy hotel has just undergone renovation and has great rooms with all the amenities. But what is great is its location. Right beside the City Hall and the Bras Basah MRT stations, you can easily get around because of its great location.
- Reviews: 828
Changi Village Hotel: Changi Village Hotel
Changi Village Hotel is only a 15 minute drive from the airport, we stayed in an Executive Club Room and paid $280 Singapore which at the time was $212 Australian poer night. This was an internet special on their own website.
This price included free breakfast, free snacks & drinks for 2 hours in the Executive Club Lounge and free internet. We had snacks for dinner in the lounge & drank approximately $100 of beer & bacardi (5 beers & 4 bacardis) (alcohol is pricy here)
So all up it is well worth the price!!!
There is also a free minubus at the airport for transfers to & from the hotel on the hour. The area around the hotel is also excellent with at least 50 restaurants within a few minutes walk and there is also a 7/11 in the hotel. The room has everything you would need including a good comfortable bed.
We would stay here again.
- Reviews: 91
Marriott Hotel - Orchard: Holiday Decorations Special
Marriott's undergoing some renovations. This is common in Singapore. How the place stays new and on top of the latest technologies & fashions.
Central location to all the action:
> Shopping on Orchard Ave / Blvd
> Superb Public Transportation (both Subway & Bus)
Awesome seamstress to make custom cloths.
- Reviews: 3
Amigos hostel - 55 Lavander: Amigos hostel - The best beds
Amigos is great for a hostel and backpackers who just need a bed to sleep.
The wifi is good and they have a small library at second floor. I stayed in a mixed room with all other guys but It was ok. Amigos is a place which is easy to make friends. They do clean the bathroom everyday and has air-condition in your room. A simple breakfast - bread and some jam. Just 5 walking mins from MRT or 1 mins to bus-stop where you can reach to the rest of Singapore.
A dorm cost me about 19bucks It's the best bed I have ever slept. No bugs bite and clean duvet :)
Recommend? Why not :)
Noone knows they have a great view at the top where you can look out a large grass field (seldom to find in a city).?? I just wondered it because there were many hostelers here but everytime i went to the top, it was only me. Lucky indeed ^^
I came up here one night and amazed with star sky so just lay down and felt the wind as if i was lying on the beach. And mornings, it's the first place to greet the first sunshine as well.
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