- Reviews: 203
Gilles: best host ever
We used airbnb to find a place to stay. Hotels are very expensive. This made our trip cheaper, because our host had a lot of tips to save us money, but he also gave us cards to use in bus and MRT and explained a lot. It was big fun.
Nice swimming pool, great host, good advice, the room is small but clean
- Reviews: 811
Ritz Executive Lounge and Floor: Ritz Executive Treatment
SO this is the Ritz Carlton executive Lounge and floor where service is king. The are open form 7 am until 10 with wonderful food and drinks. and the view amazing.
I would so recommend because this is the way to start and finish your day on a visit to Singapore with a friendly helpful smile from the concierge followed by mangosteens and a custom made omelette all with a view to die for.
What makes this so special are the concierges in the lounge the greet you by name and are so kind and helpful. Plus they come from all over the world this morning I am chatting from someone from Korean, Borneo, and Russia.
- Reviews: 120
Park Royal Beach Road: Stopver
Stayed night of 19 Sept as a stopover on way from Europe to Australia so arrived at 8.30am. All staff welcoming and friendly, was told room would be available at 11am but it was ready earlier. In meantime went to pool (pleasant but noisy from adjacent building work) and gym (very good, take your earphones for the cardio).
I had asked for a king bed but room looked on to construction so asked for another. Prompt response and was moved across hall to one with twin beds overlooking front and main road. Fine, not noisy, spacious.
Location is excellent. Got the airport shuttle in but because hotel is located on north side of city, it is an easy taxi ride to airport ($S17 at 8.30pm on way back). It is a ten minute walk to Bugis shopping centre/MRT, and less to Nicholl Highway MRT. Across the road is Arab Street with bars and restaurants, shops and exchanges. If you like to meander, you can also walk to Little India; I actually walked down to Raffles and the Marina before getting the MRT to Gardens by the Bay.
Travelling alone, I feel perfectly safe in S'pore. I would prefer to stay in this location rather than in Orchard Road, it is also better value. I would stay there again but I understand from other reviews that the construction problem is going to get worse and the pool will be closed so beware. Otherwise, recommended.
- Reviews: 85
Hilton Hotel: Center of orchard
Was not able to use the gym spa or pool but the room was good. I loved the breakfast as well. Room was spacious. I loved the pillows.and had a really good sleep.
Good breakfast! Room have a working desk which is good for corporate travellers. Lamp for reading at night,
- Reviews: 583
V Hotel Lavender: Hotel in a Great Location
This is a lovely hotel. The room is not very big but it`s not too bad even though it is a 4 star hotel we expected it be a bit bigger. The bathroom is small but quiet nice. The room is equiped with a nice size flat screen TV , kettle and so on. The pool area is also quiet nice to go and relax , there is a gym at the swimming pool and also a restaurant. The pool is situated on the 4th floor. The reception area always seems full of people for some reason. There is also a money changer next to the entrance of the hotel.
One that I can say is really great for this hotel is location. It has a food court which is next to the hotel and also the Lavender MRT is right there. Also the bus stops at the food court so interms of transportation and food it`s in a really good location. Also Bugis Junction is 1 stop away by MRT if you need to go and do some shopping.
- Reviews: 85
Oasia Hotel: My favorite in terms of consistency in theme
Oasia Hotel is located beside Velocity (Novena) and few minutes walk to Novena MRT. Among the different hotels i've stayed in Singapore, this I would say would be one of my favorites. I believe it has to do with the theme. There's nothing too 'grand' but that's what made it really nice. It's simple and consistent with its theme. As I stayed in the room, 2 single beds, then another 'cushion' which i guess can be a 'small/mini bed' by the window. The cabinets are integrated in the walls, so at first you would not recognize immediately. Even the toilet is in theme with the room, and there is option to use the rainshower showerhead.
Simple, nice, clean, consistent theme in room, HDTV.
- Reviews: 494
The Hive Backpacker's Hostel: Comfortable stay at comfortable prices
Nice staff here, I did not experience any arrogance from them like what I usually encounter from chinky-eyed, chinese speaking people.
Stayed in an all-female dorm, everything clean here. American breakfast included.
Location close to bus stops and train station. A short walking distance to Lavender food court for an affordable meal, lots of stuff to choose from.
- Reviews: 11596
PARK VIEW HOTEL: Reasonably priced
I chose this Hotel for price and situation, plus most of the review's were fairly good.
The 1st good point was that we caught the Airport shuttle and it took us right to the front door of the Hotel, that was excellent.
We checked in ok, were given Breakfast voucher's, as Breakfast was included in the price.
Next, into the lift, and to the second floor where our SUPERIOR room was.
A small room that did overlook an uninteresting park, that didn't matter though! It had airconditioning, much needed in Singapore, a Safe, Fridge, Television, Tea & Coffee facilities, a large desk with two chairs and plenty of cupboard space.
The downside, was in a small room, there was nowhere to put our luggage. Luckily, our smaller stuff fitted inside of the wardrobe.
It wasn't noisy, it was clean, and the room was serviced every day.
The reception was helpful with everything we asked them, and we could leave out baggage in the lobby until the evening. There wasn't a storage room, but it was quite safe where it was, and we made sure it was locked.
Breakfast was the same choice each day, in a separate room next to reception. It was Buffet, help yourself to Juice, Cereal, Egg's, Sausages & chinese food and usually only watermelon for fruit. Tea & Coffee.
One day, it was so busy, we had to wait for a table for about quarter an hour, as there weren't any vacant! I wouldn't call the breakfast anything much, but we ate it, and it filled us until lunchtime.
The Hotel position was great, as right outside is a Bus Stop, a short walk is to Bugis MRT station, and the huge Suntec shopping complex was a short walk away.
I also liked be able to sit outside under the shady verandah, and being able to enjoy a drink and watch the people and traffic go by.
For the price we paid, which was a good one for Singapore, we were happy with what we got.
If we wanted better, then we would have stayed somewhere else.
- Reviews: 350
Parkroyal on Kitchener Road: Comfy & convenient hotel
Would definitely recommend this hotel. It's very comfortable and nice. The hotel staff are friendly and helpful. The MRT station is just opposite and you are basically surrounded by many amenities like shops, restaurants and such. The hotel is located in Little India and would be ideal if you are interested in soaking up to the culture of India in a sanitized city like Singapore.
- Reviews: 50
Hotel V.I.P: Singapore's best accomodation in cheap price
I stayed there twice. I liked the place very much. Clam and quite, clean, good helpful clerks. Location is in a posh area, not too far from MRT. Breakfast included. I'd like to stay there again.
* Not a busy hotel.
* Calm and quite.
* Located in good residential area.
* not very far from Newton food market and MRT Station.
* CHEAP, CLEAN, Suitable for family.
- Reviews: 405
Grand Pacific Hotel (ex Allson Hotel): Nothing Grand At All
Unpleasant, unpleasant and unpleasant.
First class business hotel my ass!!! Be warned - this hotel looks nothing like what it does on the website. I would never recommend anyone stay here and am very upset that I subjected my Mum to 4 nights in this hotel.
Except for the two receptionists, the staff were rude. The doorman even snapped at us when we went to take our own bags to our room. Extremely noisy room floor - it was as if the walls were paper thin. The person in the room next to us seemed as though he lived there and we had to listen to his daily routine (including morning pee and doorbell ringing when someone came to collect him - just what you want when you are on holidays and trying to sleep in!) Smelt very musty. One temperature in the room - freezing. No laundry powder provided in the laundrette - which would have been fine if we were told that when we asked reception to change our notes into coins so we could use the laundrette - not impressed at tracking our bundles of laundry down the windy stairs only to find no powder, then had to take the laundry back to our roooms, go and get powder from the 7-Eleven and then track the clothes back down to the laundry. Very expensive too (especially given we had to provide our own powder). One day, we had no replacement toilet roll and no hand towels. Internet prices were daylight robbery
The location was good - its only good redeeming feature.
None at all.
- Reviews: 20
Hotel Re!: Funky Boutique Hotel
This is a funky hotel perched at the foot of Pearl Hill in Singapore. We were greeted with a reception with bright pink wall panels when we walked in. The colours and theme of the hotel has a sense of chirpiness to it.
We had opted for the Re!laxation package which was SGD148++ inclusive of breakfast. Our room was rather tiny but not to the point of being suffocating (and I am claustrophobic). It was decorated prettily in a pink coloured theme with the silhouette of Marilyn Monroe above each bed. The beds were comfortable and clean and there were extra pillows in the closet - a plus point as we didn't need to contact housekeeping for those. The room came equipped with a big flat screen LCD tv (although it was not of much use to us seeing that we were out all the time except for bedtime), coffee and tea making facilities and a mini bar.
I loved the bathroom as it was decorated with sparkly tiles in numerous shades of pink! Best of all, it came with a shower stall installed as I really hate tubs. The size of the bathroom was comfortable enough for one person to manoeuvre in. When we booked the package, my friend and I were a bit thrilled as the package indicated that L'Occitane toiletries would be provided. Unfortunately, we saw no L'Occitane products ... only the usual standard hotel toiletries/amenities. There is also a hair dryer available in the bathroom. On the second day, we found that the housekeeping staff had failed to replenish the bath gel and shampoo and my friend tried to call for some. Unfortunately, no one picked up the line and she had to run down to the reception to request for more bath gel.
This is not the first time we experienced the hotel staff not attending to calls. When we arrived in Singapore in the morning, we tried to contact the hotel to see if it was possible to check-in earlier than the usual check-in time of 2pm. We called multiple times but no one ever answered our calls. Our booking was made via the internet and that seemed to work much better than calling them on the phone apparently.
The American buffet breakfast was mediocre and if I stayed there again, I'd opt for the package sans breakfast and head down to nearby Chinatown for better food.
Our package came with a complimentary 10 minute head and shoulders massage in the adjacent shop which provided massage, manicure and pedicure facilities. This was one of the highlights of the package and I appreciate the quick massage after two whole days of traipsing around Singapore.
The nearest MRT station is the Outram station which is a 10 minute walk downhill from the hotel (would be quite a walk back up!). It would be a pleasant walk down if the weather cooperates. However, it is a lonely path and not advisable for women to walk back alone after dark. We chose to ride in a cab back to the hotel which was not too expensive. The hotel also provides free shuttle service to the Outram MRT station but the times are quite limited ... for example, the earliest shuttle down to the Outram station was at 11am whereas we were always out and roaming by 10am latest. So the shuttle services were not much help.
The hotel is basic and functional. A good place to have a decent night's sleep if that is what one requires. Just don't expect frills and this hotel is almost perfect.
Complimentary 10 minutes head and shoulders massage with the Re!laxation package.
Chirpy interior decoration.
- Reviews: 461
Hotel Ibis on Bencoolen: 3-star chain hotel in Singapore
This hotel provides coffee-tea making facility. Its restaurant, TASTE, offers tapas-styled Singaporean dishes. Nice selection of cocktails and wines and beer. The room is good for two persons.
The location is excellent. Walking distance to Bugis and Orchard Road.
- Reviews: 1935
Hotel tai seng.: Cheap and grotty.
I stayed one night at the tai seng hotel and i have to ssay that it's cheap, but it's also a bit of a grotty hole especially when you compare it to the much nicer haising hotel just around the corner that is much nicer and only slightly more expensive.
My room was a small room with an ok bed, but the bathroom was kinda stuffy and the plug in my room did not work and it gave me an electrical schock when i tried to recharge my cell phone.
Imoved the little table next to my bed to see if there was another plug, but all i found was two old condon wrappers.
I know this sounds really bad, but i could stay there again if everything else in the same price range is full, but it is one of the last places i will go looking in the future.
- Reviews: 1935
Haising Hotel.: Very nice budget choice.
Teh haising hotel is located in little india and is a very good choice if you want a resonably priced single room in singapore (something that is not easy in this city).
My room there was small but very functional and had everything that i want from a hotel room.
The reception staff was always very correct and service minded.
It's not the kinda hotel where you go to socialise with fellow travellers cause there are no common areas, but since it's located in little india where you have very good social life i found that this was no problem at all.
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