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Travelled on March 2015, first two nights and after few days one more night.
Room(s) are absolutely tiny (I had an opportunity to discover four units)! Some of the standard units are with the windows and some without. I'd recomend a room without a window....More
Stayed here over the weekend for business trip. Small rooms but comfortable. Rooms are clean. I find the entrance to the room is quite dark. It's located close to the MRT station and walking distance to many shops. They have wifi in the room.
The room are small but its convenient. Located at very convenient location we can walk around 2 mins to MRT and walk to maxwell food court. It's a nice hotel in the heart of Chinatown, I would stay here again just because of the location.
I arrived late on Saturday night. The gentleman at reception was friendly and helpful. Very close to MRT station, or there is a $9SG airport shuttle that you can organize upon arrival, just past bag claim. Beware it can take up to an hour.
One of the best choice if you have a limit of budget with a small room but quality sleep nearby the main road and MRT Chinatown station that easy to travel around. As well as, about 100 meters walk to shopping mall and less than...More
US$75 - US$173 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Chinatown is a classic combination of colourful sights, enticing smells, and sometimes startling sounds. The precinct is unique, however, in its blending of religions and cultures. A Hindu temple, an Islamic mosque, and a Chinese Buddhist temple sit almost side by side. This sense of cultural harmony continues as you venture just outside of Chinatown to the nightlife areas of Club Street and Duxton Hill.
There you’ll mingle with Singapore’s multicultural residents at the modern bars and restaurants dotting the bustling streets. An afternoon in and around Chinatown will leave you culturally enlightened, well fed, and loaded with souvenirs. In the evening, reward yourself with a well-deserved cocktail as the locals come out to play.