Only stayed one night and this hotel suited our needs....it was cheap, which is hard to find in Singapore, in between the airport and Sentosa Island. Of course it is not 5 star, but it was good for the price you pay. No fridge or mini bar which was ok, the bathroom cleanliness was ok. Small rooms but had good air con and clean linen. You can hear people in the hallway though.
Located in Singapore, this hotel is 1 km (0.6 mile) from the National Stadium and 13.9 km (8.6 miles) from the International …More
"Hotel is in a good location close to town by bus"
The hotel is basic but clean in a good location with many good cheap restaurants, we where in transit and it served the intended purpose for what we needed the rooms are small but for the price I have no complaints.
Traveller from Darwin Aust
Located in Singapore, this hotel is within 5 km (3.1 miles) of The Orchard Road shopping belt and the central business …More
The hotel itself was fine. We had a big family room with no windows. The only thing, we did not like was the bathroom's glass door.
The location of the hotel was an issue, especially with two kids. It's far from the MRT and we either had to walk about 15 minutes or take the bus.
If you don't mind being far from down-town then, I would recommend this hotel, it's good value for the price.
For all its modern beauty and dazzling development in which even its old monuments feel brand new, Singapore can feel like it is leaving something behind. The Geylang and Joo Chiat neighbourhoods more than save the day with squat old shop houses painted all the colours of the rainbow, local food that the locals will swear by, and even a little seediness thrown in for good measure. Book your Geylang and Joo Chiat accommodation with us to see the parts of Singapore they don’t – but should – put on postcards.
There is no other way to say it: Geylang is modern Singapore’s redlight district, but that doesn’t mean that the raunchiness is in your face every step of the way. Just don’t wander into the houses with big, red address numbers (code for brothel) if that’s not what you’re after! Wander into the many restaurants on Geylang Road and tuck into fantastic dishes like bee hoon (crab stewed with rice noodles) or Nasi Lemak while you soak in the grungy but charming local atmosphere. Whenever you want to return to the city centre, you can just hop on the trusty Singapore MRT and go one district west.
Further east in Joo Chiat, the charming lines of bright period architecture continue while the decadence is toned down a little. Here you can find nice pubs where the beer is cheap (by Singaporean standards) in a social atmosphere that isn’t as showy as the central districts. There are also boutique shops and antique stores that have some eye-catching trinkets and treasures, from old-school bicycles to grandfather clocks.
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