Considering how pricey accommodation can be in Singapore, this hotel does provide good value considering its relative affordability and location. Stayed in a windowless, single room which was small but comfortable enough for one pax. The room and toilet was clean and gives you everything that you need as a solo and/or business traveler. Location-wise, pretty good too, within walking distance to many eateries and amenities, as well as a bus stop and Paya Lebar MRT. Good reception service and overall a decent stay.
Nice And Simple Hotel, Near By Cafe and Shop Around, Nice Staff By The Front Desk.. So Far The Room Was Great, Sure Will Come Back Thumbs Up 5 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 Will Recommend To Other. Thanx Q Champions Hotel Keep Up Your Service..Guest Will Come Back For The Service
I actually enjoy my stay there over the weekend. The location is very good, walking distance to Payar Lebar MRT station, located right on the Joo Chiat St., directly opposite Fairprice Supermarket. The room was clean, except the toilet bowl wasn't clean thoroughly, there were pee stains on the sitting plate. The bed is firmed. The hairdryer in the room is not working, but I am able to borrow one from the reception. With the price I paid and with its location, it is really good place to stay to explore Joo Chiat/Katong.
Suite room for $109 SGD, no breakfast. Prepaid on Agoda. Some minor hassles at checkin with a request for a $50 cash deposit (nothing mentioned about this on the Agoda email, nor any option of taking a credit card pre-authorisation), but relented after some discussion. Located towards Geylang Serai end of Joo Chiat. Suite room was large and seemed recently renovated and was clean with a comfortable king size bed. But the room was on the corner on Joo Chiat with very poor sound insulation: bad traffic noise throughout the day and night. Minor points were poor quality towels, no hand towels provided and no hand soap. 2 small bottles of mineral water provided and a small fridge. Free WiFi worked fine for Netflix.
I stayed there with my 2 big kids.
Hotels in Singapore are very expensive. So I would say this hotel was (about $25 GRAB ride to the airport and $18 from Clarke Quay by GRAB ) reasonable to stay in triple beds in a bedroom for $125 per night.
No window, no fancy facilities or anything but that is what u pay for.... the front desk guy was nice gave me a fluffy doona when I asked for an extra pillow to sleep with.(they don’t have any extra pillow in stock)
7-11 and some kind of Malaysia type of food stalls were in vicinity. We arrived nearly 9pm to just to sleep before the early morning flight..... we bought lots of food @ 7-11’s though none of them were good. Ham lettuce and chees sandwich was not atable,teriyaki chicken mayo onigiri (rice ball covered by seaweed) was looked like tuna and did not taste like it supposed to be. Just be careful.