Furama City Centre Singapore

60 Eu Tong Sen Street, Singapore, 059804, Singapore
(4 star hotel)
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Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 12 reviews
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Good mid range Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 27, 2013

We really enjoy staying in the Chinatown area of Singapore. There are many restaurants in the area and transport is close by. The MRT station – Chinatown - is only just around the corner from the hotel. Initially, I booked this hotel directly with the hotel itself, however, a few months later I found a much better deal online so I cancelled my original booking and made another saving around $400. This hotel had everything that we wanted – Ok – the pool area may be a little outdated, yet it was functional – I never saw any pool staff during our stay. The deal I got did not include breakfast but considering the money I saved I was not too concerned and there are plenty of dim sum places in the area. I would probably stay in this hotel again.

Unique Quality: Proxmity to Chinatown and transport. Friendly staff - the staff member at the tour desk was extremely helpful - she even cheked our return flights for us in online.

Directions: Chinatown

Furama City Centre Hotel - Great Location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 2, 2012

Furama City Centre Hotel in Singapore, rated 4-star, is located in a perfect location if you like cheap eats.

We stayed in a triple for 6 nights during June 2012. On 15th floor with window view to inside of hotel lobby. One double bed and one single bed (full, not cot). Room was spacious but kind of empty. No closet. Sink bowl outside of bathroom. Free swinging bathroom glass door without door knob or lock. House-keeping on weekends was slow due to lack of staff. All in all it was still a comfortable stay and we will definitely go back.

On 2nd floor, southwest there is a covered walk-way to People's Park Centre and from there southeast is another covered walk-way to Chinatown Point. Behind Chinatown Point is Hong Lim food court. Below it is a fruit stand where you can find Southeast Asian fruits such as mini bananas, jackfruits, rambutans, custard apples, and durians (Cat Mountain King, Hong Xia "Red Prawn" & and Sultan).

As mentioned, beside the hotel, is People's Park Centre with a small food court inside on the bottom floor and there is a People's Park Complex 5 minutes from the hotel. Between the 2 buildings is a large People's Park Food Centre.

Chinatown Food Centre consisting of 260 stalls is 15 to 20 minutes walk south. Chinatown Night Market is located in the same area.

Lau Pa Sat Food Centre is 30 to 40 minutes walk southeast.

Boat Quay (south of Singapore river) with night pubs, Circular Road with food stalls and Clarke Quay (north of Singapore river) is 15 to 20 minutes walk northeast. From Boat Quay, walk east 30 to 40 minutes to Merlion Park.

Directions: Across from Chinatown Point

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Great location & great views

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 26, 2009

This unusual shaped hotel has 445 rooms on 23 floors. There are numerous food & drink options, a gym & a pool too.

The hotel is situated in Chinatown near to the Central Business District. It is close to the Chinatown and Clarke Quay MRT stations, making it easy to get to the rest of the island.

I stayed here in 1999. The things I remember most about it are its central location & its shape, which made it easy to spot among the other buildings. The room I remember was clean & well furnished. There were great views of the city from my hotel room.

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Furama City Centre

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 28, 2006

1st Visit: Rooms were a decent size and clean. Bathroom size was also decent, and contained a bath. Great location. Spa was cold though.

2nd Visit: We scored a new room that had only been open for 2 weeks, very lovely. Only complaint would be the glass door on the bathroom and the fact that the bathroom mirror and sink was outside the bathroom in the room. Some slight electrical problems to be ironed out also, but the room was very modern, clean and comfortable. The gym and laundry have now also been upgraded (and looking very swish). The spa was still cold.

Unique Quality: Central to most things. Chinatown had great shopping, it was a short walk to Clarke and Boat Quays, a short drive to Orchard Road and Sentosa Island, a short distance to everything. 7-Eleven also nearby. Situated along the SIA Hop On Route.

Directions: Chinatown

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Just like home

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on September 22, 2006

When you are in foreign land, the best thing you can have is smiles. The staff is helpful and makes you feel at home. The rooms are big and cosy. I like the lobby most:)

Unique Quality: The design and the lounge is a good place to meet people. The view towards the sea is the best

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Unique Landmark in Chinatown

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 10, 2006

The architecture is unique. It looks amazing from afar. The Furama City Centre is one landmark that is hard to miss when you’re in Chinatown. It’s located right in the heart of one of Singapore’s colourful thoroughfares. Quaint streets surround the hotel with unique shops offering souvenirs and great buys. There are also several food stalls and restaurants to satisfy your hunger or craving for local dishes.

Unique Quality: The hotel is nice. It gives you the feeling of warmth and glow at the same time. It’s worth staying here. You’ll really feel you’re in Singapore when you stay in Furama because it’s near the recommended places to visit.

Directions: Take the MRT and alight at Chinatown station.

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Furama City Centre - Cleanliness and Rooms

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 21, 2006

This hotel is very clean in general. The beds are made and the room is cleaned everyday. In our room (superior) there are A/C, mini bar, TV, telephone, tea/coffee making facilities, electronic safe, hair dryer, ironing facilities. I am quite happy with this hotel. The room is large and has a good view of the streets in Chinatown (we stayed on the 7th floor) .

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Good Hotel, Great Location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 3, 2006

This is a good hotet with a great location. We stayed in this hotel for 4 nights in March 2006 and I will recommend it to any of my friendswho want to visit Singapore. The reasons are:

1/ In the heart of Chinatown. 10 minute walk to Chinatown night market.
2/ Free shuttle bus to Orchard Rd .
3/ Plenty of Chinese food options from cheap breakfast to expensive dinner, just walk across the street !
4/ 5 minute walk to Chinatown MRT station. From there you can get to Sentosa, Jurong Bird Park ...easily.
5/ Good service, quality room, reasonable price.
6/ Clarke Quay is a 10 minute walk away and from there you can take a river cruise.
7/ What more do you want ?

Unique Quality: Great location for everyone, not only for tourists who prefer to be near Chinatown.

Directions: From the airport, make sure to tell the taxi / bus driver the name of this hotel is Furama City Centre, because there is another Furama hotel in Singapore and It's name is Furama Riverfront.

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Good and affordable hotel

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 11, 2005

Stayed on Dec 22-24, 2004. We got high 18th & 19th Floor. The view are great!! The room are big and I am very impressed with the bed, it's king size 200 x 200 cm. The service were very good.

Unique Quality: The hotel location is in China Town, it took only 5 minutes to go to the nearest shopping center, also to the mrt station. We can walk to the temple of Sri Mariaman, and chinatown district.

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D Chinatown Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 13, 2005

The Furama Hotel Singapore is a deluxe class hotel. Just a convenient 5-minute walk away is Singapore's Financial District and the festival village of Clarke Quay. Also close by is Boat Quay, Robertson Quay and Mass Rapid Transit stations. The Furama Hotel has established itself as a distinctive landmark nestled in the heart of Chinatown. Whether you are on business or holiday, the Furama offers you a complete range of business services as well as a wide selection of recreational, dining and entertainment facilities.

Unique Quality: 2nd floor lobby...nice...

room that i stayed in was a good one...
good comfy pillows and bed...
okay T&B with tub and separate shower area...

Directions: oh just tell the taxi drivers its the Furama Hotel in Chinatown...if you're taking the MRT, go down the Chinatow station...

its easy to find...

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Near Chinatown MRT

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 1, 2004

Kekee, as a local i have stayed in quite a few hotels and this is one of them. If you want to stay in Chinatown, this is a good choice as it's neart Chinatown MRT and you can walk to Temple Street, Pagoda or Smith Street. Very Convenient.

Food-wise, it's in Chinatown, so you don't have to worry. Good choice of Dim sum and chinese food.

Service is okie i would say, but i like the high tea here. It's value for money.

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Furama Hotel

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on July 13, 2004

I only stayed the night here to get some sleep after I came in on my plane before going to the NTU campus. I choose it because it was cheap, but for any one concerned about doing the same - don't worry. It was a really nice hotel and the staff was very friendly, even at 1am in the morning. It was a little further from the airport than other hotels so the cab cost more but then it was cheaper to get to my destination in the morning.

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Address: 60 Eu Tong Sen Street, Singapore, 059804, Singapore

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