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I stayed in J8 hotel on christmas eve. It is a boutique hotel, and tucked away in the shophouses close to Lavendar MRT station (10mins walk).
What i liked best about the hotel was the rly nicely furnished room and the great value of the...More
room was quite. bathroom was clean and the decoration was modern.. white/gray and a green/yellow. 5-10minute walk from the nearest subway and to me it wasn't a bad walk. breakfast was good. and they let me store my bag for a full day on my...More
I took 3 days stay in this small cozy hotel in Lavender neighborhood. Only few hundred meters from the train station, the road and environment from the station to the hotel were calm, picturesque. Staying in the hotel was another pleasant experience. The room was...More
Unhappy.recently stayed in J8. There were bed bugs and i developed rashes and felt feverish. I have informed in the reception.
I was not happy during this stay even though I had visited many times earlier, I see the quality is coming down.
We have stayed here for 2 nights.Although the room is small, but the smart arrangement successfully gives it the feeling of spacious.It is located only 10 minutes walk from Lavendar MRT and Mustafa center in Singapore.Rooms are clean and house keeping is good.The staff were...More
US$76 - US$103 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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I myself aren't a vegetarian, so your definition about vegetarian maybe differ from mine. but still bee hon, toast bread with butter and jam, and porridge would be the right option for a vegetarian. they didnt have many... More
I myself aren't a vegetarian, so your definition about vegetarian maybe differ from mine. but still bee hon, toast bread with butter and jam, and porridge would be the right option for a vegetarian. they didnt have many option for breakfast menu, we can only choose 1 out of four english breakfast style menu. but for me, they all taste good.
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"Corner rooms are larger but it's nearer to the roads."