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The rooms are very small, but have a modern design. The price is ok if you compare to other hotels in Singapore, and the locations is great if you like the Chinese quarters. It's also very close to the subway station.
Breakfast isn't included, but...More
So I chose this hotel because of a special deal on Agoda - I thought: "hm, interesting a boutique hotel with such a location at a reasonable price..." well I should have thought there would be a catch...
1. Room categories - there are four...More
We stayed there for just one night and it was enough. The hotel is new, clean and with a trendy decor, nevertheless the rooms are very small, many of them don't even have windows. While I know that this is a common issue in Singapore,...More
We started off with a eye catchy lobby and a bad service checking in and got complimentary free upgrade. Room were small but decent enough if it's were a 3 stars hotel.
Was slight overjoy seeing there's a rainshower but disappointed as it's not working....More
I stayed in Porcelain Hotel on early July 11 (superior twin room). A lot of noisy from the building next to hotel. If you choose this hotel, please prepare a tumbler or cup for cleaning teeth. Because they only have tea cup provided. And they...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.