Staff was friendly. Gave me a free comp upgrade to Premier. Premier room is nice which have bath tub. The room is small but clean. The bad thing is shopping mall is far . Will recommend this hotel to every one
This is a backdated review from my stay in Aug 2022, but I stayed here for 4 days, 3 nights. Stayed here for a work trip along with my wife and found the room to be really tiny, aircon was either really cold or really hot. Found myself waking up in the middle of the night to either turn on or off the air con, there was no in between even if i set it to 24-26 degrees. On top of that, the shower was pretty much broken, and water pressure was nothing and dripping down the cord. But what left the bad taste in our mouth was the attitude from the front desk when we requested an extra towel. There is one specific lady who has a real attitude problem. Can't remember her name but I'm sure I'm not the only complaint this staff had. Wifi/Internet was good and fast though, only positive I can think of. I was happy I wasn't in the hotel room too much, mainly just to sleep, but I won't be staying here again if I don't have to.…
The staffs and the environment is very pleasant. They do room cleaning daily as per my request. Free parking but they don't have any kitchen. Luckily there is a petrol station next door which sell day to day needs. Overall it's a good hotel for those who has tight budget.
Incident Occurred: On 30th Jan'22, around midnight, after my shower, I was trapped in the bathroom for almost an hour, without my mobile phone with me, to contact the receptionist for assistance. There was no emergency button or telephone installed in the bathroom for EMERGENCY USAGE. My anxiety increased leading to difficulties in breathing, after all my attempts in banging the bathroom door and screaming for help failed. Unsure if my next room neighbour assisted in contacting the receptionist, but an hour later the Hotel Staff assisted me out from the bathroom. As I was giving my feedback to the Hotel Staff on installing emergency devices in the bathrooms, they did not even listened or apologized but walked off immediately while I was still communicating with them. Truly a poor customer service. NO Wi-Fi: Indicated in the Hotel's website that there will be FREE Wi-Fi but throughout my stay, I was using my MOBILE DATA instead. When I approached the receptionist to enquire about the Wi-Fi, the staff replied in a very rude gestures (no greetings, no eye-contact, no friendly tone) and just mentioned Don't Have, and turned her back towards me.…
I checked in my domestic helper at Aqueen Paya Lebar on 8 Jan 2022 for her to serve out her 7-day SHN or quarantine as required by Singapore authorities. I am disappointed at the service. When I got to the reception, there were 3 (or 4) ladies. They knew I was there. There was no other guest checking in or checking out or making enquiries. It’s just me and my two domestic helpers standing in front of them but we were totally transparent to them. They were not eager to greet me nor bother that we were there. In fact, it seemed that we were an intrusion to whatever they were doing. I got a bit angry so I asked them if they were going to check us in. Two of them looked annoyed at my question. Throughout the process not one of them smiled at all. Are the days when the hospitality sector prides itself with good service gone? One would expect that a guest walking into the hotel would be greeted with alacrity and a smile. But not Aqueen Paya Lebar. Guests were apparently an intrusion. What annoys me more is whether we were treated this way because the guest is a domestic helper and she was on SHN? I hope not. A domestic helper is here to work and she is a paying guest. There’s no reason to treat her like she is entering a prison to serve her sentence. And that’s not all. As I drove out of the car park, the IU scanner didn’t work. So the car park fee could not be automatically deducted from my cash card. That’s fine. It happens sometimes even at malls or other places. I thought I just needed to insert my cash card into the car park machine. Apparently Aqueen Paya Lebar’a car park is the most advanced in Singapore. It doesn’t accept cash card. It has either to be some NETS card or a flash card. I have been driving for 20 over years around Singapore and I’ve been using a cash card in my IU for the last umpteen years. And whenever the IU scanner failed to deduct the car park, all unneeded to do was to insert my cash card into the machine. But Aqueen Paya Lebar’s car park design is way ahead of the rest of Singapore, including 5-6-star hotels like Marina Bay Sands or Raffles Hotel and Ritz Carlton. These hotels still stuck using cash card apparently. So I pressed the button on the car park machine for help. Unfortunately one of the earlier frowning face lady receptionists came back. She was obviously unhappy that she had to come to the hot car park entrance. Not a smile again. There’s no: “How can I help you? Sorry for the inconvenience.” It’s more like, “What the hell you press the button for?! Are you retard or something?!” Anyway she took my card and tried to shove it into the bar code scanner. My gosh. She shoved a cash card into a bar code scanner! I’m totally baffled and bewildered. It’s a cash card that we insert into a slot which was clearly missing from the machine. In the end she had no choice but to use her own card and let me out. Immediately after scanning her own card, she turned her back to me and walked off. There’s no “Thank you. Hope to see you again. Sorry for the inconvenience.” It’s clear she was saying, “Please don’t ever visit again. You owe us $2.00 for the car park, you cheapo.” Without a smile, she turned her back and walked off. I thought perhaps I caught the concierge at a bad time. But no. Aqueen Paya Lebar’a hotel service continues to amaze me. On the second day of my helper’s stay, I checked in on her. And I found out that even when the SHN guest puts the empty water bottles outside the room, the hotel housekeeping does not automatically send water up to the room. So the guest is expected to live on two bottles of water provided by the hotel for 7 days. She has to live like a camel and try and store the water somewhere in her body and use it for the next 7 days in SHN. Even a 2-star hotel will send up a bottle of water to their SHN guest everyday. While many of us will probably buy some water from a convenience store in case the two free bottles are not enough but guests who are on quarantine or SHN are not supposed to leave their hotel room at any time at all. The hotel staff are very well aware of this restriction as any breaches by the guests could implicate the hotel. So how could she buy water when she has run out of it. When I called the hotel and asked, I was told the SHN guest has to call and ask for water. What??? Placing the two empty bottles outside the hotel room door is not enough to tell you that she has no drinking water in her room? And knowing that she is on SHN is not enough to tell you that she couldn’t get any water in her own. She has to call? What? Is she expected to try and create drinking water in her room first, failing which she then calls you for water? Come on Aqueen. The guest is on SHN and being a domestic helper, she is not your well-traveled guests from exotic countries. But remember this: she is a paying guest. She is not a free loafer. If you only welcome certain types of guests to your hotel, you could have said so and I would have chosen another hotel for my domestic helper to serve out her SHN. Locked into a hotel room for 7 straight days is already very stressful for anyone. She doesn’t need this additional stress. You are in the HOSPITALITY business. Please show some hospitality, for goodness sake.…
Convenient location, just 8 mins walk from the paya lebar mrt. I love the hotel room that was given to me, it is a corner room and i have big part surround by window and views. The room is clean and the bed is super soft and comfortable. The fridge is not cold enough. I couldn't adjust for hot water when i am showering. Turn here and there still cold water. There is a convenient store, located beside the hotel, in the Shell Petrol Station, which sell a lot of things.
Booked a room on the day of. Hotel room was really lovely albeit small but comfortable! The tv doesn't have cable and the bed was a little uncomfortable but it was alright. Our room had a balcony with chairs but for some reason it was locked and front desk confirmed that it was supposed to be locked. Receptionist at check in was friendly and was patient with us when my friend could not find her ic for a minute and even suggested alternative ways such as using singpass app to check in. Overall it was a pleasant stay with no complaints.
Staff is very polite & professional, no need to followup requested service. I stayed there amidst COVID-19, I was really worried about precautions to avoid from get infected. But they had maintained good hygiene practices including temperature screening & sanitizers. Also enjoyed breakfast... its delicious with multiple choices.
Overall it great stay for me and my wife, we check in late midnight, fast response by the front desk name by shidah if i not wrong, small room but it fine for us to stay, the room was clean and tidy, thanks q so much Aqueen Hotel Paya Lebar, will come back again surely
The rooms are tiny. There is no space for your luggage or anything, its meant for one person only. You bump into the walls. The bathroom is really small as well. They need to do a deep clean as the bathroom had lots of mold in both the shower tiles and the sink. It is near the MRT a short walk that leads to the malls so there is shopping and food options. Overall its average but would not stay as its too small.