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We stayed in the theme suite. The room needs a good touch up of paint and some putty to get rid of some dents. There are no windows in this room, except for a skylight in the roof which you won't notice till the morning...More
Well this was a place set in middle of China town the room was so smal it is 2 story first story just fits a couch nothing else couch so close to dooor on entry had great trouble getting luggage even in door then u...More
Ecellent location and not bad for the price. Unfortunatley our stay was ruined by the disappearance of my shoes from the room. I had to wear flip flops to the airport! Checked with housekeeping and the front desk didn't show any concern. I obviously hadn't...More
The hotel is very well located, close to Chinatown station, and one of those cheap little food halls (hawkers) is 2 minutes walk away, so I ate at almost every meal there. So good!
My room was small but clean and well laid out, so...More
If you are going to book at this hotel you will know from the many reviews below that the rooms are small. You will also know that many book this hotel because of the location. There is no reason to rate this hotel down for...More
US$75 - US$118 (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.